HIGHLAND HEART . . .
Exquisitely beautiful, fiery Katherine McGregor had no qualms about posing as a doxy, if the charade would strike a blow against the hated English. But her certainty turned to confusion when she was captured and confronted by the infuriating Major James Burke . . . Now her very life depended on her ability to convince the arrogant English officer that she was a common strumpet, not a Scottish spy.
Skillfully, Burke uncovered her secrets, even as he aroused her senses, claiming there was just one way she could prove herself a tart. But how could she give him her yearning body, when she feared he would take her tender heart as well?