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THE MADNESS OF LORD IAN MACKENZIE by JENNIFER ASHLEY

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**A PNR REVIEWER RECOMMENDED READ**

The year is 1881. Meet the Mackenzie family--rich, powerful, dangerous, eccentric. A lady couldn't be seen with them without ruin. Rumors surround them--of tragic violence, of their mistresses, of their dark appetites, of scandals that set England and Scotland abuzz.

The youngest brother, Ian, known as the Mad Mackenzie, spent most of his young life in an asylum, and everyone agrees he is decidedly odd. He's also hard and handsome and has a penchant for Ming pottery and beautiful women.

Beth Ackerley, widow, has recently come into a fortune. She has decided that she wants no more drama in her life. She was raised in drama--an alcoholic father who drove them into the workhouse, a frail mother she had to nurse until her death, a fussy old lady she became constant companion to. No, she wants to take her money and find peace, to travel, to learn art, to sit back and fondly remember her brief but happy marriage to her late husband.

And then Ian Mackenzie decides he wants her.

The first of a new historical series.

Genre: Historical Romance, Victorian

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The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie
(Highland Pleasures: Book 1)
by Jennifer Ashley

Dorchester (Leisure Books)
April 1, 2009
Available: April 28, 2009
ISBN #0843960434
EAN #9780843960433
320 pages
Paperback
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