She breaks him out of prison to help solve a mystery...even though she was the one to put him there in the first place! If you've been anxiously awaiting answers about what happened between Crowe and the rest of Those Kilted Bastards, get ready for some fun! Scorching hot new RomCom with lots of angst AND lots of laughs!
He might have killed her brother, but this sinner is now the only man who can save her.
Lady Honoria Lindsay is the daughter of a duke and the sister of three-too-many dead brothers. She’s learned to armor herself against inconvenient emotions like grief with propriety and charity…until an altruistic favor to a bereaved old man offers her a way to absolve her guilt. The possible clue rests with Crowe MacLeod, the baseborn bastard who is currently in prison for murdering one of the aforementioned brothers.
He also happens to be the only man she’s ever loved.
So she does what any well-brought-up young lady who has reached the end of her patience would do; she acquires a gun, recruits a young pickpocket as a chaperone, and jaunts off to spring Crowe from jail. With a few caveats, of course.
After nine years in hell, he’s finally free… Thanks to the one woman he has cause to hate.
It’s galling enough to owe his freedom to the woman who landed him in prison in the first place, but to learn she’s kidnapping him at gunpoint? Crowe MacLeod cannot allow the memory of their forbidden passion to blind him to the certainty of how she betrayed him, no matter how tempting she may be.
His captor has plans for him, and if he wants his future returned to him, he has to help her solve the mystery of her dead brothers. But as danger closes in, and he gives in to the temptation of their shared desire, Crowe comes to suspect he has no future…without her.
Warning: Dun-dun-DUUUUNNNN!This thrilling/electrifying/sensational (insert other big blockbuster words here) conclusion to Those Kilted Bastards is the story you’ve been waiting for! Get ready for plenty of laughs (and even more naughty bits) with this fabulous RomCom!