MacKenzie Series by Sue-Ellen Welfonder, Allie Mackay

3.85 · 56 ratings
  • Devil in a Kilt (MacKenzie #1)
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    Devil in a Kilt (MacKenzie #1)

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder

    · 15 ratings · published 2001

    Honorable Mention as The Historical Romance Club's Favorite Historical Romance of the Year for 2003 A fiery angel, a coldhearted devil, and a marriage hotter than hell! Linnet MacDonnell was the youngest of seven sisters, and not the family beauty. With her flame-bright red hair, sharp tongue, and strange gift of second-sight, no man wanted her. But the devil would take her... more

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  • Bride of the Beast (MacKenzie #2)
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    Bride of the Beast (MacKenzie #2)

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder

    · 8 ratings · published 2003

    Twice wed and twice widowed, Lady Caterine Keith has no need for a champion. She can fend off unwanted suitors on her own and guard her Scottish stronghold without the help of any man. But her sister, knowing better, sends a make-believe husband a knight with a battle-scarred face almost too frightening to behold. Sir Marmaduke Strongbow has a secret ambition. He wants not Caterine's land but her hand in marriage and her heart to own... more

  • Only for a Knight (MacKenzie #3)
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    Only for a Knight (MacKenzie #3)

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder

    · 7 ratings · published 2005

    For ten lusty years, Robbie Mackenzie has savored the sensual pleasures that only a man with no wife can taste. To the lassies of Scotland, he is a living legend, the sole heir of the Black Stag clan, and a prize catch indeed. But Juliana Mackay has no such interest in the rogue or his powerful family. Her mission--to deliver an unpaid debt for her dying mother--is the only thing that could force her within reach of the wayward knight... more

  • Until the Knight Comes (MacKenzie #4)
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    Until the Knight Comes (MacKenzie #4)

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder

    · 6 ratings · published 2006

    The last thing Sir Kenneth MacKenzie needs is a wife--even if there is a beautiful woman claiming to be his wife and living in his newly inherited castle. He has every intention of forcing her out, but Lady Mariota Macnicol has no intention of letting that happen.

  • Bride for a Knight (MacKenzie #5)
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    Bride for a Knight (MacKenzie #5)

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder

    · 6 ratings · published 2007

    On the eve of his return to BaldreaganCastle, Highlander Jamie Macpherson cannot believe his eyes: a golden-haired beauty haloed in the moonlight of St. Bride's glade, so delicate and fair she can only be a faerie. With his desire rising like a wave, the knight longs to see her again. The next time is even more surprising: Aveline Matheson is the flesh-and-blood bride of his arranged marriage, a woman eager to discover the pleasures of wedded bliss... more

  • Seducing a Scottish Bride (MacKenzie #6)
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    Seducing a Scottish Bride (MacKenzie #6)

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder

    · 8 ratings · published 2009

    Gelis MacKenzie is one of the most desirable heiresses in all the Western Highlands. She is the youngest and much adored daughter of the indomitable Black Stag of Kintail, Duncan MacKenzie, who was the hero of Welfonder's novel DEVIL IN A KILT. Unfortunately, Gelis has been branded unmarriageable, but not for lack of masculine interest. No matter how lofty the ancestry, how deep the purse, or how mighty the sword arm, nary a one of her suitors is good enough for her father... more

  • A Highlander's Temptation (MacKenzie #7)
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    A Highlander's Temptation (MacKenzie #7)

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder

    · 6 ratings · published 2009

    Darroc MacConacher spends sleepless nights dreaming of a raven-haired beauty who makes him ache with desire. Then his dream comes true: the lady with her lush curves and fair skin appears shipwrecked on his shores. Darroc is immediately drawn to her strength and beauty, and from the moment she lays eyes on this powerful, broad-shouldered warrior, Lady Arabella MacKenzie knows she'll never want another man. But theirs is a forbidden love... more

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