[Free eBook] Highland Fling by Amanda Scott [Historical Romance]

Highland Fling by Amanda Scott is the 1st novel in her Highland series of f/m historical romance novels set in the mid-18th century, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Open Road Media.

This was originally published in 1995 by Kensington’s Pinnacle imprint. The series is set in the aftermath of the Jacobite rebellion in the mid-18th century and is supposed to bereadable in any order. This installment involves a Scottish clanswoman who has been accused of nefarious doings defending herself against an English court with the dangerously seductive help of one of her clan’s sworn enemies. Offered in the US only, available at multiple retailers.

Free for a limited time in the US only, available worldwide @ B&N, Amazon, iTunes, Google Play. This might also show up @ Kobo

Forbidden passion has never been more dangerous—or more irresistible—in the first novel of bestselling author Amanda Scott’s spellbinding Highland series

Scotland, 1750. In the aftermath of the Jacobite rebellion, Maggie MacDrumin vows to keep fighting to liberate her people. But the intrepid Scotswoman is risking her life for a dangerous cause. When her latest mission lands her in a London courtroom on a trumped-up larceny charge, she has only one hope of survival. Enlisting the aid of Edward Carsley, the powerful fourth Earl of Rothwell, is a two-edged sword. The seductive aristocrat who awakens treacherous desire is her clan’s mortal enemy—a man she can never trust.

Edward will do whatever it takes to quell another bloody uprising. But how can he fight his passion for the rebellious Highland beauty in his safekeeping? As their lives come under siege, Maggie lays claim to the one thing Edward vowed never to surrender: his heart.

Highland Fling is the 1st book in the Highland Series, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.


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