How to Seduce a Scot by Christy English First in her new Broadswords and Ballrooms series ISBN: 9781492612872 Release date: December 1, 2015 Genre: Historical Romance Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca Summary He’s the terror of the ton… The plan is simple:
- Descend from the Highlands to face the aggravation of a London Season;
- Foist his wild sister off on some gullible English lord;
- Retreat before the ladies of the scandalized ton can get any ideas.
Determined to see his hellion of a sister wed, Highlander Alexander Waters is willing to face anything—even the English. He just didn’t expect his own rough manners to cause such a riot…or for a blooming English rose to catch his eye. Gently bred Catherine Middlebrook must find a respectable man to marry or her family will be ruined. She won’t allow herself to be distracted by Highland barbarians…no matter how her body may thrill whenever Alex is near. Catherine wasn’t part of the plan, but as their battle of wills escalates, Alex comes to realize this “proper” English girl is as wild as the Highlands themselves…and nothing will stop him from having her.
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Alex had offended her, and deeply, and he knew it. He had apologized, but had only gone on to annoy her more during their stolen moments alone in her flower garden. He reminded himself of all these facts, but he found that his fit of temper was as sharp as it first had been. It seemed he could not talk good sense to himself.
She might turn from him here and now, among her own kind, among these English. But he remembered the heat between them, even if she did not.
He would enjoy making her remember.