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Review: The Macgregor’s Daughter by Dee J Julian

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I loved the different concept behind this story. I enjoyed how it was about two people who strongly disliked each other and now they all of a sudden realize they are in love due to an unfortunate accident. I thought it was a great story.

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The Macgregor’s Daughter

Dee J Julian

Genre: Romance

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Book Blurb:

In 1776 England, American born Anadreya Macgregor is branded a spy by the arrogant Marquis of Canderlay. Despite her pleas of innocence, he refuses to listen and has her imprisoned. Aided by the Scottish father she never knew, Dreya escapes to Dragon’s Breath Castle.

Five years later, the laird is missing and a badly injured Frenchman washes ashore. Dreya is wary of the blind and amnesic man, though something about him is hauntingly familiar. Is he an ally or a ruthless mercenary who stumbled upon her father’s smuggling activities?

With the stranger’s vision and memory gradually returning, Dreya discovers her fate, along with the continued existence of her beloved clan, might very well be in his hands. As the web of deception binding them together unravels, both are in danger of losing everything. Including their hearts.

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