USA Today bestselling author, Karen Ranney′s first book in the wildly romantic new Scottish series.
One Man′s Love is a love story much in the tradition of Mary Jo Putney.
Karen Ranney is a rising star of romance. She hit the USA Today bestseller list with the acclaimed After the Kiss.
Karen Ranney is one of the most emotionally intense and popular authors on the Avon romance list. Reviewers have compared her...
A Lord Not Meant to Marry
Hamish MacRae, a changed man, returned to his beloved Scotland intending to turn his back on the world. The proud, brooding lord wants nothing more than to be left alone, but an unwanted visitor to his lonely castle has defied his wishes. While it is true that this healer, Mary Gilly, is a beauty beyond compare, it will take more than her miraculous potions to soothe his wounded spirit. But Mary's tender heart...
No longer the proper English wife she always was, Margaret kissed a handsome stranger.Now the dashing earl will not rest until the beautiful widow he held in his arms so briefly is his forever.
Desperate for an heir, he hastily chose a fiancée.
But it is another woman who sets his heart aflame.
Abandoned by a rogue
Betrothed to an earl she had never met, Charlotte Haversham arrived at Balfurin, hoping to find love at the legendary Scottish castle. Instead she found decaying towers and no husband among the ruins. So Charlotte worked a miracle, transforming the rotting fortress into a prestigious girls' school. And now, five years later, her life is filled with purpose—until . . .
Seduced by a stranger
A man storms...
The triumphant return of a much-beloved Karen Ranney classic, Upon a Wicked Time is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author at her steamy and sensuous best. A wildly romantic, deeply emotional tale of a Regency bride's determined efforts to turn her marriage of convenience into a passionate love match, Upon a Wicked Time is a bravura display of Ranney's exceptional talents—a story and an author Mary Balogh fans are sure to enjoy....
Beatrice can handle a troubled young duke — but the boy's dangerously appealing cousin Devlen is another matter entirely . . .