By Karen Ranney
Working from their pasts Margaret Dalrousie was keen to sacrifice inquisitive about her calling. The proficient artist could enable no guy intervene together with her present. yet now, dwelling in a small Scottish cottage at the property of Glengarrow, she has no longer painted a portrait in a long time. For no longer even the calming haven within the distant woods can erase the stories that darken Margaret's days and nights. And now, with the go back of the Earl of Linnet to his ancestral domestic, her hopes of peace have disappeared. From the 1st second he encountered Margaret on his land, the Earl of Linnet was once not anything yet frustrated. The grieving nobleman has his personal secrets and techniques that experience lured him to the solitude of the Highlands, and his personal purposes for eager to be on my own. but he's intrigued through his hauntingly attractive neighbor. may possibly she be the spark that may draw him out of bittersweet sorrow—the girl who may perhaps rework him from a Scotsman in unhappiness to a Scotsman in love?
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Slowly, he took the staircase up to the second ﬂoor. At the top, he hesitated, staring at the double doors at the end of the corridor. He wished, fervently, that ghosts did exist. He would do whatever necessary to welcome them to Glengarrow, as long as one of them was a fairhaired woman with an enchanting smile and a child with a twinkle in her eye. He heard the sound of muted laughter and his heart stilled for a moment, until he realized it was one of the maids. Should he issue a moratorium on amusement or banish speech and conversation, the better to encourage spirits to linger at Glengarrow?
But instead of commenting, he simply directed his attention back to the neck of his horse, patting it absently as if caring more for the animal than for her effort at sympathy. His was an arresting face, but it wasn’t simply his looks fueling her curiosity. She wanted to see his eyes more clearly. She wanted to look into them and decipher the emotion she’d only caught a glimpse of a second ago. Perhaps the Earl of Linnet was not as arrogant as she’d originally believed. Or perhaps his arrogance was like hers, a shield to protect her.
Had it only been a week since the earl had returned home? She gripped her hands on the outside of her cape and looked to the right, where a dozen windows faced her. The curtains had not been opened. No one was watching her. The wind was blustery, as if it wished to toss her around like a leaf. Snow was coming again, and the air seemed to welcome it, chilling until it was almost brittle. Her eyes began to water, and she pulled the scarf close around her neck, trying not to think of how cold she was.
A Scotsman in Love by Karen Ranney