Just I time for Valentine’s Day, let these braw highlanders and brave knights steal away your heart. In this volume, meet the outlaws that stole ours.
THE REIVER by Glynnis Campbell
Raised by her abusive uncle, Cristy Moffat will do anything to impress her brawny cousins, including reiving the neighbor's cattle…until she steals the wrong cow and is caught in the act by the new laird. Brochan Macintosh has his hands full, repairing his tower house and raising his motherless twins. But when his plans to trade Cristy for his cattle go awry, he wonders if he wants to ransom her after all. Can he tame her wild ways and give her a family to love, and will Cristy be the one to heal his loneliness?
HIGHLAND SONG by Tanya Anne Crosby
Driven into solitude by visions of what he would not be and could not have, Gavin Mac Brodie vows never to wed. But this last of the available Brodie men is about to encounter a wee bit of Highland magic. Catrìona dun Scoti is no stranger to loneliness. Driven deep into the Highlands, her kinsmen have become little more than legend. But no one knows better than Cat that you cannot hide from fate. Naked and painted in the woad of her ancestors, she appears to Gavin Mac Brodie ...
OF LOVE AND LEGEND by Kathryn Le Veque
The Lucius Ring, passed down through the females of Theodosia's family, makes its way to Medieval England where a highway robber steals it and gifts it to his true love. But secrets, and more curses, threaten to tear the couple a part. Will they be able to be together or will the curse of the Lucius Ring end their love forever?
STEALING MOIRRA’S HEART by Suzan Tisdale
Thrice widowed Moirra Dundotter needs a husband. With a reputation for losing husbands, the men of Glenkirby are not exactly lining up. Just as she is ready to give up, Moirra happens upon a very handsome man--locked in the village pillory. Desperate to be free of the pillory, the stranger reluctantly agrees to handfast with Moirra, but refuses to tell her his real name -- or much else about his past. He’ll stay only long enough to help her harvest crops in the fall. Two months. And not one day longer. Fate oft has far different plans.
*Please note that these stories were previously published by each individual author as novellas.*