After Scotland’s Civil Wars, the orphaned brothers and sisters of the MacAlpin clan reclaimed the abandoned
Dunnottar Castle as their birthright. Hardened in battle and haunted by family secrets, these fiery Highlanders must rely on each other as they right the wrongs of their troubled history.
Cormac MacAlpin lost his innocence too young—he’s always blamed himself for the kidnapping of his twin brother, Aidan. He turned away from his childhood friend, Marjorie Keith, denying the prospect of happiness with the young woman who loved him.
Now a tormented war hero working as a fisherman, Cormac is speechless when Marjorie comes to him with an appeal for help…a poor city boy she’s been caring for has disappeared, reminding her of long-lost Aidan. Their bond of shame once thwarted a budding romance, and threatens to again—but Cormac and Marjorie are adults now, with needs too powerful to keep locked away…
“You will not forget Cormac and Marjorie, two valiant, passionate lovers who belong together for all time.” – #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter
“Their passion flames off the page and delivers the best first kiss scene I’ve read in years.” – The Season, Top Pick, August’s “Hero to Die For!”
“A profoundly touching and emotionally searing 17th century Scottish romance!” – Fresh Fiction
“A passionate and poignant tale of love and redemption.” – Smexy Books
“Wolff writes a story that will grab you from the first word and not let go.” – Night Owl Reviews, Reviewer Top Pick
“Cormac is one lusty Scotsman…the sexual tension is hot and very sexy.” – Romance Reviews Today
“Fast-paced and entertaining, with plenty of passion…the chemistry between Cormac and Marjorie was breathtaking. I was immediately swept into the story and loved the unpredictable twists and turns.” – San Francisco Book Review
“DEVIL’S HIGHLANDER is not only a lovely romance filled with self-discovery and rediscovery of love that can heal, but also an eye-opening view of a part of history that was very ugly indeed…a beautiful story.” TOP PICK – Romance Reader at Heart