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Vanda Vadas' fabulous book, The Prodigal Laird, is now available on #NetGalley #HistoricalRomance @Vanda_Vadas
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VandaVadas' fabulous book, The Prodigal Laird, is available on NetGalley for your reading pleasure. If you love great historical romance then this is the book for you.
By Vanda Vadas
might cease decades of hostilities between two clans, but that doesn't mean he
wants it-or his bold new wife who is keeping secrets of her own.
Roderick MacLeod arrives in his native
Scottish Highlands to pay brief respects to his recently deceased father-the
man Roderick blames for the death of his English mother. But before he can
return to England, he is saddled with two responsibilities he never asked for:
the title of Laird of Clan MacLeod and an unwanted marriage, by proxy, to the
daughter of a rival laird. Annabel MacDonald thought she had the perfect
marriage; her husband's continued absence allowed her independence and the
freedom to secretly hide and abet the escape of her fugitive clansmen. When the
husband she'd never met shows up, she must convince him to return to England
before he uncovers her many secrets, and perhaps her heart.
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