In medieval Scotland, the illegitimate children of a notorious criminal vie to claim their birthrights, and find that love is an even greater prize...
Edinburgh merchant Tavish Cameron has no choice but to pay outrageous tolls to the nobility, until fate gives him an unexpected opportunity for advancement. To claim Tower Roscraig, all he has to do is admit that he is the bastard son of a murdering baron...and evict the proud, impoverished Lady Glenna Douglas from her crumbling castle.
With her father ailing and her village devastated by illness, Glenna has lost almost everything except her home. Now a ruggedly handsome stranger intends to take that too. Until the king himself arrives to determine the rightful laird, Glenna and Tavish Cameron must share Tower Roscraig - resulting in a scandalous bargain.
But something deeper than passion ignites as they realize that Roscraig has been targeted by enemies. And only by uniting can they evade the traps set for them both...
Contains mature themes.
More from the same
What listeners say about Laird’s Vow
Reviews - Please select the tabs below to change the source of reviews.
Not sure. Not my favorite
I have some issues with the story. Parts seemed overly long and drawn out and parts seemed overly quick. One issue is the speed of the relationship of Tavish and Glenna. One minute they are spewing hate at each other then suddenly they are knocking boots and declaring love.
I will probably read the next book to see how the story progresses but other than Justine Eyre's narration, which is terrific as usual...there isn't a whole lot to recommend.