Already a member?

join now *required field

Yes, please send me the Heroes and Heartbreakers email newsletter and other information from Macmillan and its related companies. H&H subscribers get the inside scoop on exclusive and exciting new romance content.
Contemporary Romance

Erotic Romance

Historical Romance

Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy

Romantic Suspense

Rogue with a Brogue: Exclusive Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of Chapters 1 & 2 from Suzanne Enoch's Rogue with a Brogue (July 29, 2014) is available on Heroes and Heartbreakers to members. Please log in or register to read the full excerpt.

Rogue with a Brogue by Suzanne Enoch


London, 1817: Stuck in a Mayfair ballroom thanks to his lovestruck brother, highlander Arran MacLawry wants nothing but a bit of distraction from an arranged betrothal—and a clever auburn-haired lass in a vixen’s mask promises just that...until he discovers that she’s the granddaughter of the Campbell, chief of clan MacLawry’s longtime rival. Despite their families’ grudging truce, falling for fiery Mary Campbell is a notion too outlandish even for this Highlander…


Raised on tales of savage MacLawrys, Mary is stunned to realize the impressively strapping man in the fox’s mask is one of them. Surely the enemy shouldn’t have such a broad chest, and such a seductive brogue? Not that her curiosity matters—any dalliance between them is strictly forbidden, and she’s promised to another. But with the crackling spark between them ready to ignite, love is worth every risk…

Chapter 1

Clan MacLawry had an old saying that through the years had become, “If ye want to see the face of the devil, look at a Campbell.”

There was another MacLawry saying about London and the weak-chinned Sasannach who lived there, Arran MacLawry recalled, but as he currently stood in the center of a Mayfair ballroom, he would keep it to himself. A gaggle of young lasses, all of whom had donned elegantly arching swan masks, strolled by in a flock. He grinned at them, disrupting the formation and sending them, honking in feminine tones, toward the refreshment table.

“Stop that, ye devil.”

Please log in or register to read the full excerpt.