The Sweetest Sin

 

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THE SWEETEST SIN won the Romantic Times Magazine 2004 Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Historical K.I.S.S. (‘Knight In Shining Silver’) Hero

“…an immensely talented author with a real gift for storytelling. Mary Reed McCall is going to end up on many a keeper shelf.” ~ The Romance Reader Reviews

“Get set for an unforgettable read!” ~ Romantic Times Book Reviews

 

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A LOVE WORTH SINNING FOR…

For much of her life, Aileana MacDonell has fearlessly accepted the responsibility that has been entrusted to her: to guard the sacred amulet that protects her clan. But never has there been a danger so great as the one presented by legendary warrior Duncan MacRae, who threatens dire retribution if the lovely Aileana will not submit to his every desire…and whose breathtaking masculine power tempts her toward sweet sin.

PASSION TURNING REVENGE TO DESIRE…

Duncan has good reason to seek revenge on the hated MacDonells – dark imprisonment and torment have seared that need in his soul. Yet he means no harm to the proud, courageous lady he has captured, wishing merely to learn the location of the magical amulet that was stolen from Clan MacRae years before. But the exquisite Aileana is an adversary more stubborn and cunning than any Duncan has ever encountered, for she strikes where the bold avenger is most vulnerable: at a noble heart suddenly enflamed by passion and the tender agony of unforeseen love, tempting them both to commit…

THE SWEETEST SIN

*Originally published by HarperCollins/Avon in 2004

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