New Release Spotlight: The Kidnapped Bride by Heather Hiestand

Todays new release spotlight is for a late Victorian era historical romance by author Heather Hiestand. The Kidnapped Bride is Book 4 of The Redcakes series and released September 15. 

 

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THE KIDNAPPED BRIDE

Pursuing this elusive heiress will be the ultimate temptation…


Lady Elizabeth Shield is used to saving herself from trouble. And even if dashing private inquiry agent Dougal Alexander just rescued her from white slavers, she’s definitely not returning to her stifling aristocratic life and unsuitable suitors. Not when there are other women in danger—and a secret promise to keep in Edinburgh. But outwitting Dougal’s tactics to return her to London and her family will be easier than staying away from his intoxicating kisses…

He’s a baron’s second son accustomed to making his own way and uncovering the truth. Now Dougal must keep Lady Elizabeth close for her own protection, but her spirited wiles are proving scandalously irresistible. His most difficult case yet will be showing her that he’s everything she truly desires—and that love is the greatest of adventures…


“Before I realized it, the unusually strong and well-developed characters of The Kidnapped Bride had sneaked up on me and captured my full attention. This is one of the best shorter books I have ever read.” –Delle Jacobs, author of Lady Wicked

About Heather:

Heather Hiestand is the author of fifteen novels as well as many novellas and short stories. Her first sale was in the mystery genre and since then she has focused on romance, eventually splitting her identity and becoming Anh Leod for erotic romances. She co-writes historical fantasy novels as well.

She lives in Washington State with her husband and son.

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Where to Buy:

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FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS BOOK AND THE AUTHOR VISIT

HeatherHeistand.com

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