The Border Trilogy
Border Bride, Border Fire, and Border StormThree romances in one from the USA Today–bestselling author of The Reluctant Highlander, filled with the rebellious passion of Scotland’s restless border.
Set on the turbulent border between Scotland and England in the sixteenth century, these meticulously researched novels offer enthralling love stories set against a backdrop of historical conflict.
In Border Bride, Mary Kate MacPherson, a proud Highland beauty wages a battle against arrogant borderer Sir Adam Douglas. Borderer men may consider their wives possessions, but Mary Kate intends to show the seductive knave her father promised her to that a Highland lass is no man’s furniture.
In Border Fire, highwayman Rabbie Redcloak has caused nothing but trouble for the English with his raiding and fighting. But when he’s captured, Janet Graham is determined to prevent the hanging of the silver-tongued Rabbie before Truce Day. And her decision has nothing to do with the way her body heats just at the thought of him . . .
And in Border Storm, Lady Laurie Halliot, the rebellious daughter of a Scottish march warden, knows what marriage is about: money, power, and little else. When her runaway sister is accused of murdering an English soldier, however, Laurie offers herself as a hostage until the accused is found. And to preserve Laurie’s reputation while in captivity, she agrees to a handfast wedding to the devastatingly handsome, yet equally reluctant, groom, Sir Hugh Graham.
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“Scott has a flair for characterization.” —Publishers Weekly
“[Amanda Scott has a gift for] passionate characters and lush historical detail.” —Rendezvous
“Hours of reading fun.” —Catherine Coulter, author of the Bride series, on Border Bride
About the author
A fourth-generation Californian of Scottish descent, Amanda Scott is the author of more than fifty romantic novels, many of which appeared on the USA Today bestseller list. Her Scottish heritage and love of history (she received undergraduate and graduate degrees in history at Mills College and California State University, San Jose, respectively) inspired her to write historical fiction.