Bride of the Overlord by Tracy L. Ranson.

When Scottish Princess Catherine is kidnapped by an English prince during the war between their countries, she finds herself attracted to him despite his horrific reputation as a warlord.

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Two complete novels by Nora Roberts:

A Will and a Way: It wasn't easy living with her infuriating co-beneficiary, Michael Donohue -- even to fulfill her uncle's last wishes -- but headstrong Pandora McVie found it still harder not falling in love with her nemesis.

Boundary Lines: Feisty Jillian Baron and irresistibly arrogant Aaron Murdock seemed determined to carry their families' feud into another generation. But the battle waged within their own hearts pitted their mistrust against overwhelming desire.

Sea Swept is the first book in the Sea Swept Trilogy by Nora Roberts. Sea Swept is about three men reunited at home by their adoptive fatherís death and last wish-- to care for Seth, their troubled 10-year-old adoptive brother. The three men are taught about family and responsibility even more than they ever dreamed possible.

Cameron, Ethan, and Philip are very different, and of course, the brothers don't know anything about caring for a young boy. Social worker Anna Spinelli thinks this means Seth will be better off elsewhere, and as she works toward this end, she finds herself beginning to fall for one of the brothers.

Rising Tides is the second in Robertsínewest trilogy. In this novel, Ethan is the main focus. He is determined to make a success out of the boatbuilding business. Boats were his fatherís passion. Ethan comes to many revelations about the woman that he has always loved and the dark past that he thought he left behind. If he can let go of that past, he can ensure a happy future.  This book had me on the edge of my seat. I couldnít wait to get my hands on number three in the trilogy. (JR)

Inner Harbor, Book Three in the Seaswept Trilogy, finds Philip, the last unwed Quinn brother, juggling his advertising job and helping to care for his young adopted brother, Seth. Then the mysterious Dr. Sybill Griffin shows up. She claims to be researching their town for her next book, but it becomes apparent that she is really studying the three brothers.

Phillip and Sybill find each other intriguing, but the secret connection to Seth that she hides may destroy any chance that the two young lovers have at happiness. "Full of heartwarming familial moments, tender romance, and a touch of tension, Inner Harbor is an outstanding conclusion to a truly stunning trilogy." (Excerpt Reprinted from Reviews.)

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