Old enough to love, too young to wed . . .
Sixteen year old Magnus Sinclair did not realize when he stumbled upon thirteen year old Deirdre Fraser he was meeting his soulmate. Three years of meeting at Highland Gatherings and Royal Hunts, along with countless letters, build an unbreakable love between Magnus and Deirdre, and they secretly pledge themselves in a handfast. When Deirdre’s parents discover their daughter’s actions, she is whisked away to become a lady in waiting to the queen as her parents’ status grows within the royal court.
A boy grown into a man determined to never surrender his love again . . .
Seven years of separation have not lessened Magnus’s love but have made him taste the bitterness of rejection. Sent to court as the Clan Sinclair’s representative, the last person Magnus thought to find is Deirdre Fraser, and the last thing he thought to learn is she will soon be betrothed—to a man other than him.
A girl grown into a woman willing to disobey to regain her lost love . . .
Deirdre has served the royal court ever since her parents pulled her from Mangus’s arms. She has been a dutiful daughter and dutiful companion to the queen, but she never let go of her love for Magnus or her hopes that they would be reunited. Stunned to find Mangus walking past her, Deirdre’s heart calls to him despite her parents’ political ambitions.
Caught between expectations and desire, Magnus and Deirdre must work together to find a way to finally build their life together.
Can they prove to everyone that they still belong together, that theirs was not a childhood infatuation but a love for the ages? Or will they have to defy those who attempt to control them, so they may fulfill His Highland Pledge?
Meet the members of Clan Sinclair in this fourth installment of the five-book Highland romance series. The Clan Sinclair features Mairghread and her four brothers, Callum, Alexander, Tavish, and Magnus. Each member of the Scottish clan faces challenges as they meet their fated match, but all of the Sinclairs find their HEA. Each novel in the series is a standalone, but they are best read together.