Series: Les Chevaliers des Highlands

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The Chief by Monica McCartyMar 2010, Tome 1
The Hawk by Monica McCartyAug 2010, Tome 2
The Ranger by Monica McCartyDec 2010, Tome 3
The Viper by Monica McCartyOct 2011, Tome 4
The Saint by Monica McCartyMar 2012, Tome 5
The Recruit by Monica McCartyOct 2012, Tome 6

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  1. In Bed With a Highlander by Maya Banks (2011)
  2. Never Seduce a Scot by Maya Banks (2012)
  3. The Hunter by Monica McCarty (2013)
  4. The Guardian (The Return of the Highlanders) by Margaret Mallory (2011)
  5. Devil of the Highlands by Lynsay Sands (2009)
  6. Highland Outlaw by Monica McCarty (2009)
  7. Ravished by a Highlander (Children of the Mist) by Paula Quinn (2010)
  8. A Highlander Never Surrenders by Paula Quinn (2008)
  9. Dangerous Highlander: A Dark Sword Novel by Donna Grant (2009)
  10. Captured by the Highlander by Julianne Maclean (2011)
  11. The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie by Jennifer Ashley (2009)
  12. How to Abduct a Highland Lord by Karen Hawkins (2007)
  13. Beyond the Highland Mist by Karen Marie Moning (1999)
  14. A Rose in the Storm by Brenda Joyce (2013)
  15. Highland warrior by Hannah Howell (2004)

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