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By Year of Publication, Regency England & Scotland, Reid Family Series

2000 (April), The Heir

Has anyone in London ever taken part in the coming-out season with less enthusiasm than Sabrina? Luckily, the most sought-after lady in the city has agreed to usher this young, lovely country girl through the perils and pitfalls of her all-important first season.

Dashing highlander Duncan Mac Tavish is even less keen to be in London. Having recently learned he is the sole heir of an English marquis, Duncan is now required to assume his grandfather’s title and estates – and to marry Sabrina’s ravishing, viper-tongued guide, who has been heard to make scathing statements in public about her “Scottish barbarian” groom-to-be.

His unwanted betrothal, however, has brought Duncan into close proximity with the enchanting Sabrina – a kindred spirit whose wit delights him…and whose essence is the exquisite stuff of dreams. But duty, station, and a secret that dwells in the lady’s past forbid Sabrina’s and Duncan’s desired union – unless true love can somehow miraculously find a way.

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2 thoughts on “2000 (April), The Heir

  1. where is this picture frome????:)

    Posted by sara | October 27, 2011, 6:16 am
  2. I quite liked Mavis from The Heir and hoped there was a book about her. Unfortunately there isn’t. I wore liked her. She was written well and interestingly enough that if honestly felt there’d be a standalone story just about her. I hope Johanna writes one with Mavis in the lead.

    Posted by Roselyn | September 30, 2018, 2:09 am

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