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Lachlan MacGregor, laird of clan MacGregor, needs a wealthy wife so he can restore his impoverished clan. Kimberly Richards has been ordered by her father to find a husband--but not a Scotsman. Lachlan barely notices Kimberly at their first encounter. He only has eyes for the woman with whom he believes himself to be in love. When circumstance bring Kimberly and Lachlan together repeatedly, they soon become enamored with each other. Kimberly decides he will do as a husband, until others interfere. This is yet another adventurous romp sure to please Lindsey fans.
This historical romance is set in 19th-century England and Scotland.
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If anyone likes historical romance, this is one they should read, It kept interest to very end.Published 4 months ago by Dianna Shannon
the pages were coming away, which makes it hard to pass on...good read thoughPublished 10 months ago by mere2371
This is the very 1st books of Ms Lindsey's novel which I started off. In fact I started to love her Malory novel series. Read morePublished on May 8 2004 by Emi
Say you love me is a great book as are the rest of the malory books, but I cant help wondering about Jeremy Malory and can't wait to get my hands on his story. Is Ms. Read morePublished on May 1 2004 by Ruth Rodriguez
I've always love the Malory's novels. I love this one too, it was good, somewhat predictable and I think it could have been better. Read morePublished on April 10 2004 by Ruth Rodriguez
I read Man of my dreams before I read this book. Even though there were usual combination of villain, misunderstanding and all, the total story line was bland and not exciting at... Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2004 by J
I'm actually a little surprised that a few gave this book disapproving marks,but hey-to each his own. I really enjoyed this Malory novel,though. Read morePublished on Jan. 5 2004 by danie
I picked up Love Me Forever on a lark and was pleasantly surprised. What makes this book so enjoyable is, by far, the lead characters. Read morePublished on July 7 2003