Heartbreakers

by Emilie Richards, Linda Howard

New to e–book, three classic romances from USA Today bestselling author Emilie Richards…Originally published in 1995

Iain Ross's Woman

Iain Ross has spent his life alone as the laird of a small Highland community. Alone, that is, until he rescues a soaked, half–drowned Billie Harper from an icy loch. Before he knows what's happening, this earthy and utterly irresistible woman has turned his carefully guarded world upside down.

Duncan's Lady

When Duncan Sinclair needs a safe haven for his young daughter, away from the drama invoked by his ex, the small Scottish town of his childhood is a godsend. When he meets Mara MacTavish, he is overcome. The last thing Duncan wanted was to fall for another charismatic woman. But this time may be different...and Mara may be just what he, and his daughter, both need.

MacDougall's Darling

Fiona Sinclair returns home to face the demons of her past. When Andrew MacDougall offers the shelter of his arms, she finally feels ready to face her future. But she needs more than a white knight – she needs the family she's always been denied. And though Andrew is destined for many things, marriage isn't one of them...

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Emilie Richards

Emilie Richards

Emilie Richards's many novels feature complex characterizations and in-depth explorations of social issues. Both are a result of her training and experience as a family counselor, which contribute to her fascination with relationships of all kinds. Emilie and her husband enjoy dividing their time between the Florida Gulf Coast and Chautauqua County, New York. She is currently working on her next novel for MIRA Books.

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Linda Howard

Linda Howard

Born in Newport, Rhode Island, I grew up in neighbouring Middletown with parents who lived to be on the water. After graduating from Middletown High School in 1984, I attended the University of Rhode Island where I double majored in journalism and political science. I graduated in 1988 and went to work for a small community newspaper, the writing equivalent of boot camp. We worked...

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