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THE MACGOWAN BETROTHAL
by Lois Greiman

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Scotland, 1835

2001 Best Scottish Historical Romance Nominee

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It seems all women want MourGilmour MacGowan, the rogue of rogues. But all Gilmour wants is Isobel Frasier, his brothers wifes twin, who was raised outside the Frasier stronghold. Isobel has become a strong-willed, independent woman determined not to wed. When the Frasiers are endangered, she must find a way to save the clan, and she fears Gilmour is the enemy.

It is a wild and crazy wager that plunges Gilmour into Isobels life and has him following her across the countryside, getting abducted, nearly killed, almost seduced and finally home to the Frasiers.

Lois Greiman creates the ideal atmosphere for her compelling tale, placing her strong characters in difficult situations and building a dramatic conflict that keeps us wondering just how their relationship will be resolved. Ms. Greimans hallmark powerful storytelling make her a must-read author. SENSUAL (Nov., 384 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: November 2001

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