The Lairds Daughter (Moriag #4) Read Þ 2

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The announcement of his friend Elsbeth's betrothal stirs a shift in Ian McRainey's feelings He escapes to the sanctuary of the forest to keep from demanding she not marry but instead be with him in spite of the difference in their stations One word from him and he can claim his true identity which will bring hi. A good bookI was surprised to learned the Ian was a heir to a laird I'm so happy to see Ian and Elsbeth finally see they are meant for each other and they are in love I'm so happy to see all the characters from this series end up happy and in love

Review The Lairds Daughter (Moriag, #4)

The Lairds Daughter Moriag #4M power than even her father's But can he return to a past so harsh that it drove him away in the first place Elsbeth McNeil knows she must accept marriage to a laird's son She is after all the McNeil's daughter But the conflict in her heart begins to chip away at any resolve to do what is expected and instead. Moriag series greatI enjoyed reading all 4 of these books in this series love the character Elsbeth and Ian but felt there should have been of Ian and the end of his denouncing of his clan the Campbells

Hildie McQueen ✓ 2 Review

The Lairds Daughter (Moriag, #4) Read Þ 2 Ä The announcement of his friend Elsbeth's betrothal stirs a shift in Ian McRainey's feelings He escapes to the sanctuary of the forest to keep from demanding she not marry but instead be with him in spite of the difference in their stations One word from him and he can claim his true identity whicFollow her heart The struggle to fully comprehend her feelings for Ian McRainey sends her into a tailspin and she takes a chance to lose everything by going after him When the most powerful clan arrives claiming to search for the son of laird Campbell things are set into motion that catches everyone by surprise. Best oneThis one was better than the other 3 combined Even though it was a bit too short It was sweet and to the point There were some parts of the storyline that could have been expanded but it was still good