When Lilly Graham visits her father in Scotland, she finds the villagers are close to rebellion against the new lord. Disturbed to hear the man has locked himself in his castle with a stash of liquor and guns, she won’t let him hide. She lost a good friend to depression and can’t be party to letting another soul lose the fight and die.
Iain McPherson avoids meeting anyone or any expectations about being a hero. He shouldn’t have been a Royal Marine and he shouldn’t have been given authority to lead. Disaster happened, leaving him a broken man. All he wants is to be left to his drunken self.
But a pesky, persistent lass won’t let him off the hook and no amount of bellowing or baleful threats will drive her away from his castle. Iain can’t escape from the past and he’s no longer sure he wants to escape from the present. Or the lass.
Lord of the Isles is a standalone story with a happily-ever-after ending. It’s part of the fascinating International Billionaires series—books that take well-loved stories and place them in exotic locales. When you have a beastly man holed up in his cold, dark castle and a jaunty beauty intent on drawing him out, you’ve got the classic Beauty and the Beast story to enjoy. Storm the gates of a true Scottish castle and find yourself canoeing the Hebrides and celebrating a New Year’s Hogmanay. If you want to travel into love, join Golden Heart winner, Caro LaFever, for the other books in the series:
Mistress By Blackmail Wife By Force Baby By Accident
A Perfect Man A Perfect Wife A Perfect Love
Lion of Caledonia Lord of the Isles Laird of the Highlands
A Knight in Cowboy Boots A Knight in Black Leather A Knight in Tattooed Armor
Coming soon! A Pirate Playboy A Pirate Prince A Pirate Papa
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Lord of the Isles is the 8th book in the International Billionaires series. I have only read one other book in this series but I like them. I look forward to reading more of them. I didn't like this installment as much as I enjoyed Laird of the Highlands. That being said I did really enjoy Lord of the Isles. It's Iain and Lilly's story. I liked them a lot. They were a sweet couple that had their hurtles to face.
Lilly never wanted to fall in love. The examples she had growing up didn't exactly endorse the forever kind of love. She made sure not to settle down and had a job that kept her traveling. She visits her father and finds out Iain is home and not doing so well. She decided that she was going to take him on as a project. She refused to let him continue to wallow in depression. The more time she spends helping him the more she falls for him. She sees that there is so much more there than a wounded hero. She sees glimpses of who he truly is. He challenges her views on...
Miss Lilly Graham close friend committed suicide. She felt terrible guilt because she thought she could had helped him if she had paid attention to his depression. While visiting her dad she was aware that there were serious problems and the Lord of the Isles, the Royal Maine Hero, was isolated and drinking himself into oblivion in his castle. He was depressed! Remembering her friend, she decided to take action. But Iain McPherson had serious demons that tormented his nights and were destroying his will. Guilt for bad past decisions had wrapped around him and he thought of himself damage beyond repair. He had lived for his da’s happiness not been himself anymore and truly affected by that. Lilly Graham felt out of place with her family, a disappointment but she was a strong, decided, adventurous and resourceful woman. She took the bull by the horns and went to save the Lord of the Isles. Iain McPherson was a hard nut to crack and Lilly was in need of all her will power to deal...
A boy from the past in Lilly's life is in trouble. Despite the fact the fact that he hurt her when they were still young, Lilly just can't help the sense of responsibility she has to go help. A friend was going through turmoil and she didn't do anything about it and that friend later killed themselves. She was not about to let that happen to anybody else, not under her watch. Iain is going through hell because of things that went wrong during his watch in the war. His men, including his cousin died as a result of his decisions. A beautiful love enfolds in Lilly's quest to help Iain. She tries to hold her love in check because what Iain needs is not a woman to through herself at him, he needs friendship and loads of healing. She failed, they end up in each others arms and bed over and over. Lovely ending! Caro has done it again, went through 8 of her love stories in a very short space of time and enjoyed each one! I must say her main characters have got no place for birth...
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