The Very Thought Of You by Lynn Kurland

From Lynn Kurland, the New York Times bestselling author of the Nine Kingdom series.

Alexander Smith had found success in the world of corporate takeovers—but not happiness. That had always escaped him...along with true love. Then, at the MacLeod Keep in Scotland, he found a pirate map that miraculously answered his yearnings—with a journey to another time. And when he was captured in Medieval England by Margaret of Falconberg, a fierce beauty hidden in knight's armor, he rediscovered his own chivalrous—and passionate—heart.

A Knight’s Vow by Lynn Kurland, Patricia Potter, Deborah Simmons, Glynnis Campbell

Set during the misty Middle Ages, when brave knights in shining armor rescued fair maidens and chivalry and honor were prized above all things, this quartet of novellas from some of the genre's best-known writers takes the concept of the vow and spins it into four very different yet thematically linked medieval tales.

Lynn Kurland - The Traveller (MacLeod #2.6)(de Piaget/MacLeod #7.5)

A bedraggled knight makes a solemn vow to protect, defend, and rescue any and all maidens in distress - even those from Manhattan...

Patricia Potter - The Minstrel

A vow to marry for love transforms a marquis into a minstrel who must sing for his supper - and for a woman whose heart is true...

 

Deborah Simmons - The Bachelor Knight

A forgotten vow comes back to haunt the greatest knight in all the land,when a fair maiden asks for hand in marriage...

Glynnis Campbell - The Siege

Trapped underground with his unwilling betrothed, a determined knight vows to free her - body and soul...

 

My Heart Stood Still by Lynn Kurland

USA Today bestselling author Lynn Kurland captures the haunting beauty of England, past and presentand the exquisite tenderness of timeless love… In a bleak, landlocked keep on the English moors, Iolanthe MacLeod dreams of the seaand of a darkly handsome man to come rescue her. Centuries have passed and she feels she has waited in vain.

Until now.

Thomas McKinnon is used to attaining impossible heights, both in business and in the mountains he loves. But when the chance to restore a twelfth century castle comes his way, he gamely takes hammer in hand and crosses the Atlantic, expecting to find nothing more interesting inside his new home than cobwebs and weeds.

But in that ancient, crumbling castle, the fierce, restless spirit of a medieval Scottish woman lives ona woman so haunting that he would do anything, go anywhere, risk everything to make her his forever…

Much Ado in the Moonlight by Lynn Kurland

Lynn Kurland pens a wonderfully romantic tale about an eight-hundred-year-old ghost and the modern woman who turns his plans for a peaceful afterlife upside down…

When Victoria McKinnon’s brother offers to finance her production of Hamlet, she leaps at the chance. She can’t imagine anything better than staging Shakespeare’s masterpiece in an honest-to-goodness English castle. There’s just one problem: the place is haunted by a grumpy, gorgeous Highland warrior who’s furious that anyone dares to invade his home.

Connor MacDougal has no intention of relinquishing his authority over Thorpewold castle to anyone, let alone a McKinnon. But when he catches a glimpse of the beautiful intruder, suddenly he can’t help but wonder why it’s taken eight hundred years into his afterlife to find the love of a lifetime…