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Sold to a Laird (Tulloch Sgathan) Mass Market Paperback – November 24, 2009
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Karen Ranney wanted to be a writer from the time she was five years old and filled her Big Chief tablet with stories. People in stories did amazing things and she was too shy to do anything amazing. Years spent in Japan, Paris, and Italy, however, not only fueled her imagination but proved she wasn't that shy after all.
Now a New York Times and USA Today bestseller, she prefers to keep her adventures between the covers of her books. Karen lives in San Antonio, Texas.
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Top Customer Reviews
In Sold to a Laird, Lady Sarah is the daughter of a Duke. Her father raised her with fierce strictness and no love at all. She is forced by her father to marry a stranger, Douglas Eston, in order to spare her dying mother from a trip to her homeland of Scotland. Lady Sarah appears cold and emotionless, but Douglas Eston warms her bit by slow bit. It's a sensual game that Eston plays with Sarah, and one that undoubtedly left me in awe of the amount of emotional intensity some of their scenes are filled with.
Sarah struck me as an honest, innocent young woman. Her fears and emotions towards Eston didn't feel like they were coming from a naive woman, but an unknowing, inexperienced one. I've read books where the heroine had no clue what took place between a man and a woman or the desires that could rise up and consume them and they seemed a bit much. A bit over the top. Not very believable. But in this book, I found myself saddened by, and wholly believing Sarah's lack of knowledge and her fight to deny the passions Douglas begins to fill her with.
This book, as with the previous two books I've read, has such a somber mood that really makes your heart ache for the characters. Douglas was the epitome of heroes for Sarah, holding her and comforting her when she most needed it, simply being there for her, understanding her. He took into consideration her upbringing and accepted her for who she was.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good read. I really liked this book.i thought it contained a really good story line.I would recommend to friends.Published on October 17, 2013 by connie miller
An interesting storyline that made you want to keep reading to find out what was going to happen next. Great characters that you wanted to learn more. Read morePublished on May 11, 2013 by phyllismiller
I've never read anything by Ms. Ranney before but I have to say that I agree with a previous reviewer who said it was a bit of a muddle. Read morePublished on November 6, 2010 by Internetjunkie495
When Douglas Eston approached the Duke of Herridge looking for an investor for his latest invention. He was hoping for money, but got a bride instead. Read morePublished on June 23, 2010 by Amazon Customer
You know how you're in the middle of a series and waiting to get the next in the series? That is what happened to me and so I decided to read this book in between by Karen Ranney. Read morePublished on May 25, 2010 by Rita Reader
I thought this book was not bad. It seemed a bit slow but overall, not bad. The heat was good and I thougth it had great moments of romance. Read morePublished on April 12, 2010 by IndieGirl
When Lady Sarah Baines, daughter of the Duke of Herridge, is offered to Douglas Eston, a man seeking investors for his diamond manufacturing process, he sees something in Sarah... Read morePublished on February 12, 2010 by Helen Hancox