Damaged hero, Lord James Fitzroy, has finally arrived. Did I mention this book features a virgin hero? Readers are going wild for this gentle, gorgeous man and his fiesty fast-driving heroine.
BLURB: Love Most, Say Least (Marry the Scot, #2)
The boy who has everything meets the girl who has nothing...when she nearly runs him over.
James Fitzroy's life could be called charmed. With an ancient name and a sprawling country estate, only an arranged marriage stands between him and his billionaire inheritance. But appearances are rarely what they seem. Traumatised after a tragic accident, speaking doesn’t come easily to James, and he cares little for anything, including who he weds.
Until the screech of brakes awakens him to all he can’t have.
Beth Grace might be descended from criminals, but she'd never follow in their footsteps. Apart from the one time she did. Now, even an invitation to go driving in Scotland with the world's most handsome man can't derail her from her plan to pay her dues. Besides, despite the startling chemistry, women like her don’t get to date earls. She couldn’t be further from what he needs.
Two broken souls can make a whole. There’s just the matter of a wedding in the way.
A little secret...
This story, Love Most, Say Least (Marry the Scot, #2), was the first I ever completed. This was several years ago now, and the version you're about to read today is a complete rewrite, but it was a big story with big characters who I couldn't get out of my head.
Of course, Laird Callum had to have his story told first, but his romance with Mathilda in Storm the Castle enabled James to see what he truly wanted.
Our couple have to work so hard to get what they deserve. James has a horrible background and Beth a fear of commitment after an awful start to life. Their big love will warm your heart. The heat between them will steam up your screen.
Together, they are perfect.
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