It's a Mississippi Deputy Sheriff's duty to bring a serial killer to justice...even when he's a 300 year old Scottish lord. It's an SAS agent's duty to save her.
With each passing day, Lord Colin Morrison grows more furious...and more desperate. In 300 years, not one of the women who shared his bed broke the spell that imprisoned him in Castle Morrison. Margot Saulnier is different. She can save him. All she has to do is give in to her desire for him. Then die.
Deputy Sheriff Margot Saulnier knows her best friend murdered her husband-Margot's cousin-but she can't prove it. Now, four years later, out of the blue, Cat calls Margot from Scotland and invites her to visit. Margot turns in her badge and leaves Mississippi. This time, she'll do whatever it takes to prove Cat murdered Donny. Margot didn't plan on falling in love with an SAS Agent-or a 300-year-old Scottish lord. Now she must choose.
SAS Agent Charles McNeil is going to keep Margot Saulnier out of trouble-whether she likes it or not. He understands her need for justice, but with no proof and no authority, she's headed for serious trouble. So is he. Charles didn't plan on falling in love with Margot. Neither did he plan on saving her from a serial killer.
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This book was interesting and Margot was a unique heroine. She has a wild streak that followed her from her youth. This story was quite unique in its makeup and you will enjoy many twists and turns. It was very when written and quite entertaining.
Seduced by a Highlander
Even tho this is set in modern times, I prefer my Highlanders of the 17th century or earlier. With this book I get to experience their wonderful Scottish brogue. I would not have gotten this experience with reading a non audio book.
I liked this story line of a Deputy Sheriff quitting her job to go after the bad guy, her friend, to prevent her from killing more people. I like the courage and her sense of justice to get the job done no matter what she had to do.
I liked Joel's Scottish brogue and British accent. This is a personal preference to me, I could listen to him all day long.
Seduced by a Highlander (or two)
- Brenda Wolfe