The Laird's Secret: An Emotional and Moving Historical Romance about Love, Loss and Redemption (Paperback)

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When trust has been destroyed, could you learn to love again? In 1953 life is getting back to normal after the war and Christina Camble is one of those looking to the future. But her trust in men is destroyed when she discovers her fianc has a wife and child. She gives up her job and flat in a bid to escape London and moves to Scotland, where she hopes to get her life back on the right track. Christina's expectation of a peaceful life is interrupted when she meets handsome but reserved Alex MacDonald, the Laird of Craiglogie, a man physically scarred and emotionally wrecked by his experiences in World War Two. As Christina and Alex cautiously get to know one another, she soon finds herself embroiled in his life and living in his house. Christina discovers she has made an enemy of family friend, Helen, who wants Alex for herself. As Helen sets her sights on Alex, she succeeds in driving a wedge between him and Christina. Will Alex and Christina find their happy ever after, and is it possible for two damaged people to ever learn to love and trust again?

What everyone is saying about The Laird's Secret:

"A spellbinding romantic read perfect for curling up with." --Bookish Jottings

"A sweet romance between two complicated characters." --Mrs Brown's Books

"An authentic post-war historical feel to the story and the author brings this alive in her descriptions of time and place" --Jaffa Reads Too

The Laird's Secret is an emotional and moving historical romance which is the perfect read for fans of authors like, Danielle Steele, Julia Quinn and Fern Britton.

About the Author

Linda Tyler was born in London and moved progressively north until settling with her husband in a village on the edge of the Scottish Highlands. She has kept chickens, bred dogs and raised children. Her debut novel, Revenge of the Spanish Princess (published by DC Thomson in 2020), is a Romance Writers of America competition winner. Her second novel, Commended in the Scottish Association of Writers' Pitlochry Quaich competition, will be published in January 2021 by Bloodhound Books. She has had short stories published in the UK, the US and Australia, and has almost completed a third novel. A former legal academic and practitioner, Linda runs self-catering holiday accommodation, sings in a local choir and is walked daily by her dog. You can find out more about her stories and books on: https: //

Product Details
ISBN: 9781913942182
ISBN-10: 191394218X
Publisher: Bloodhound Books
Publication Date: January 18th, 2021
Pages: 304
Language: English