A member of the court of Mary, Queen of Scots, the
exquisite Sabine de Sainte Montagne is at the mercy of Her
Majesty's whims--and has been promised in marriage to a
powerful, yet devious, Scottish lord.
The chief of an outlaw clan, Niall MacGregor knows his
people's future rests in the hands of the new queen. But
his reckless attempt to approach her is spoiled by Sabine's
presence. Stopped cold by her raven-haired beauty, Niall
barely escapes with his life.
With but a glimpse into Niall's startling blue eyes, Sabine
recognizes the freedom she so desperately craves. But it
will take all of the warrior's fierce courage and
determination to pierce Sabine's French pride and make her
believe that anything can happen in the Highlands--even
What inspired Heaven and the Heather?
A Vanity Fair cover of Scottish actor Ewan McGregor in a
muddy kilt, a wry grin on his lips, and twinkling blue eyes
beckoned Elizabeth's imagination. That, and a speckled
chicken he holds under one arm. She asked herself: "What
would a Highlander do with a chicken?" She wrote Heaven
and the Heather as the answer to that consuming
A savage land. An untamed passion. Anything can happen in
the Highlands--even love.