By Laurin Wittig
Returning domestic to the Scottish Highlands after combating the English, Tayg Munro gets a hero’s welcome—and a stunning ultimatum. with a view to take his position as inheritor to the chiefdom of Culrain, he needs to decide on a spouse in the month or have one selected for him. Angered by means of his family's decree, Tayg delays the inevitable by means of volunteering for a undertaking for the king that takes him deep into the Highlands. Preoccupied through his marital legal responsibility, the brooding warrior units out without trace of the fateful stumble upon that awaits him...
Catriona MacLeod is understood through the Highlands because the Shrew of Assynt, because of her razor-sharp tongue and her unwillingness to yield to her 5 brothers. while she's advised that her eldest brother has promised her hand in marriage to a guy she has solid cause to hate, she flees into the Scottish barren region, decided to hunt the king’s intervention in her plight. whilst she reluctantly joins forces with a good-looking vacationer, she can't count on the treacherous plot that would quickly embroil them—nor the eagerness that would ignite among them.
Read Online or Download Charming the Shrew PDF
Similar historical romance books
"Anyone affliction Downton Abbey withdrawal indicators (who isn't? ) will locate an immediate tonic in Daisy Goodwin’s the yank Heiress. the tale of Cora funds, an American heiress within the Eighteen Nineties who baggage an English duke, this can be a deliciously evocative first novel that lingers within the brain.
"A Duke in Retreat
Gina used to be compelled into marriage with the Duke of Girton at an age while she'd were in a schoolroom than a ballroom. without delay after the rite her good-looking wife in a timely fashion fled to the continent, leaving the wedding unconsummated and Gina *quite* indignant.
A girl within the Middle
Now, she is likely one of the such a lot recognized women in London . .. residing at the fringe of scandal—desired by way of many males, yet resisting giving herself to any one.
A Duchess in Love
Finally, Camden, the Duke of Girton, has back domestic, to find that his naïve bride has blossomed into the toast of the *ton*. Which leaves Cam within the so much uncomfortable place of learning that he has the undesirable manners to be falling in love—with his personal wife!
Vivian Rael–Lamont lives peacefully within the small city of Penzance, Cornwall, the place all people believes her to be widowed, while honestly she left London unwilling to permit her husband's exploits taint her kin identify. All's good, until eventually anyone threatens to bare her married prestige and disclose her to scandal – except she will be able to receive an unique signed reproduction of a Shakespearian play, owned through none except the reclusive and mysterious William Raleigh, Duke of Trent.
"There isn't any telling the place a scandal could lead. ..
**She lives for ardour. **
Bold, impulsive, and a magnet for difficulty, Juliana Fiori is not any simpering English omit. She refuses to play through society’s ideas: she speaks her brain, cares not anything for the approval of the ton, and will throw a punch with striking accuracy. Her scandalous nature makes her a favourite topic of London’s so much practiced gossips…and exactly the form of lady the Duke of Leighton desires a long way far-off from him.
**He swears by means of acceptance. **
Scandal is the very last thing Simon Pearson has room for in his well-ordered international. The Duke of Disdain is simply too excited by holding his name untainted and his secrets and techniques unknown. but if he discovers Juliana hiding in his carriage overdue one evening–risking every thing he holds dear–he swears to educate the reckless attractiveness a lesson in propriety.
She has different plans, although; she desires weeks to turn out that even an unflappable duke isn't really above passion.
- Have You Any Rogues? (Rhymes with Love, Book 2.5)
- Coulson's Wife (The Coulson Series, Book 1)
- The Duke of Dark Desires (The Wild Quartet, Book 4)
- The Winter Wife
- When He Was Wicked (2nd Epilogue)
Extra info for Charming the Shrew
She wished for neither and she had precious little time to avert disaster. She'd not see the MacDonells drag the MacLeods into the muck that was Clan Donells' lot in life. 'Twas surely a misplaced loyalty on her part but she could not do less than what was best for her clan. She was daughter to the chief and despite her trials with her brothers she had a duty - it had ever been her duty - to safeguard the clansfolk, even, as was the usual case, when it meant protecting them from Broc, their future chief.
She shook her head. Even if there was a man she could imagine being married to, none of the lads she knew would have anything to do with her. There were no lads within a day's ride of Assynt who would ever consider marrying her. And none she could stomach being married to, even for the good of the clan. An abbey then, and the religious life. Poverty, chastity and obedience. She shuddered. She was not suited to such an existence and well she knew it. Poverty she could survive, but she wished for children of her own someday - a little one who would love her for herself alone - and obedience?
I will not marry him," she said as much to herself as to anyone else in the chamber. She turned to her father, her gown gripped in her ink-stained fists. "If you make me, I'll… I'll… I'll stab him in his sleep. " "Triona—" her father reached out but she evaded him and fled the room. Broc's self-satisfied chuckle followed her down the empty corridor. Catriona stormed through the bailey to the main gate, scattering children and chickens ahead of her. As she left the castle's confines, the magnificent vista of Loch Assynt opened up before her in all its early winter glory.