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Title:
Dreams of destiny
Author:
McGoldrick, May.
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Publication Information:
New York : Signet, [2004]

©2004
Physical Description:
375 pages ; 17 cm
General Note:
"Signet historical romance."
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780451212153
Format :
Book

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Wounded by scandal and the unsolved murder of his sister-in-law, David Pennington is outwardly insolent and arrogant. But nothing will stop him from escorting his childhood friend, Gwyneth Douglas, to Scotland-and saving the Scottish heiress from fortune hunters. But with their arrival in Scotland comes terrible danger. Now, if they ever hope to satisfy their fiery desire, they will need to thwart the evil that threatens to destroy both their lives...


Author Notes

May McGoldrick is a pseudonym for Nikoo and Jim McGoldrick. The team writes under the names May McGoldrick and Jan Coffey. They have written over forty works of historical romance, romantic suspense, and young adult fantasy and romance. Their titles include: Say Yes to Scot, Much Ado About Highlanders, Taming the Highlander, and Tempest in the Highlands. They made the IBook Best Seller List in 2017 with their title, The Promise.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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Booklist Review

Gwyneth Douglas has a scandalous secret: she's a novelist. More specifically, she writes adventure books, using a pseudonym to protect her identity. Somehow, a blackmailer discovers her occupation, and Gwyneth decides that the only way to protect herself and her fortune is to elope with a fortune-hunting baronet. But when David Pennington (no stranger to scandal himself after the unsolved murder of his sister-in-law, Emma) learns of her plans, he literally refuses to leave her side. Although Gwyneth is initially annoyed with the tenacious David, the feelings she had for him as a young girl return. Unfortunately, they need more than love to protect them from Emma's murderer. The husband-and-wife writing team of Nikoo and Jim McGoldrick, who also write as Jan Coffey, present the last installment in the Scottish Dream trilogy, an entertaining book filled with murder, suspense, and humor, and a satisfying conclusion to Borrowed Dreams (2003) and Captured Dreams (2003) and which stands alone as an exciting tale of the eighteenth century. --Shelley Mosley Copyright 2004 Booklist