Welcome to my crazy, medieval world! Stay a while and get to know the history, heroes, and heroines who hang out here!
What do you get when you mix together one naive lady intent on adventure and one Highland warrior at the end of his rope?
A sweet and sexy medieval romance! Tag along with Sybilla and Fintan for a series of scandalous misadventures, poorly-laid plans, and unexpected love.
Can an adventurous lass prove she’s able to help a Highlander raise his siblings?
Fintan mac Gille never expected to be raising five children alone. Yet after his mother’s unexpected death, the responsibility of caring for all of his younger siblings fell heavily on his shoulders. All he wants is to provide for his family, but he can’t do it alone.
When his laird sends him on a mission to escort kin safely home, Fintan finds himself caught in a whirlwind of scandal revolving around one tempestuous, golden-haired beauty: Lady Sybilla Blakewell. Is she the answer to his prayers or his biggest problem yet?
Sybilla lives in a cage of her father’s fears. Is she permitted to help manage the household? Nope. What about walking around unescorted? Definitely not. Just as she begins to give up hope of ever escaping her misery, opportunity arrives. On horseback. Wearing a plaid.
If only Fintan mac Gille would cooperate, Sybilla would finally have her freedom. Will she convince him to help her before she’s trapped yet again?
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