My Heart Stood Still

My Heart Stood Still

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Penguin Putnam
New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland captures the haunting beauty of England—past and present—and the exquisite tenderness of timeless love in this novel in the MacLeod series...

In a bleak, landlocked keep on the English moors, Iolanthe MacLeod dreams of the seaand of a darkly handsome man to come rescue her. Centuries have passed and she feels she has waited in vain...until now.

Thomas McKinnon is used to attaining impossible heights, both in business and in the mountains he loves. But when the chance to restore a twelfth century castle comes his way, he gamely takes hammer in hand and crosses the Atlantic, expecting to find nothing more interesting inside his new home than cobwebs and weeds.

But in that ancient, crumbling castle, the fierce, restless spirit of a medieval Scottish woman lives ona woman so haunting that he would do anything, go anywhere, risk everything to make her his forever...

Random House, Inc.
USA Today bestselling author Lynn Kurland captures the haunting beauty of England, past and presentand the exquisite tenderness of timeless love…

In a bleak, landlocked keep on the English moors, Iolanthe MacLeod dreams of the seaand of a darkly handsome man to come rescue her. Centuries have passed and she feels she has waited in vain.

Until now.

Thomas McKinnon is used to attaining impossible heights, both in business and in the mountains he loves. But when the chance to restore a twelfth century castle comes his way, he gamely takes hammer in hand and crosses the Atlantic, expecting to find nothing more interesting inside his new home than cobwebs and weeds.

But in that ancient, crumbling castle, the fierce, restless spirit of a medieval Scottish woman lives ona woman so haunting that he would do anything, go anywhere, risk everything to make her his forever…



Baker & Taylor
Given the chance to restore a twelfth-century castle, American Thomas McKinnon heads for Britain and finds himself falling in love with Iolanthe MacLeod, the beautiful ghost of a woman who had died centuries earlier.

Baker
& Taylor

Given the chance to restore a twelfth-century castle, American Thomas McKinnon heads for Britain and finds himself falling in love with Iolanthe MacLeod, the beautiful ghost of a woman who had died centuries earlier. Original.

Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2001
ISBN: 9780425181973
0425181979
Characteristics: 434 p. ; 18 cm

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Jun 15, 2015

Great as are all Kurlands books

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