I just got word I’m up at USA Today’s Happily Ever After Today talking Scotland and how I used it for settings in my books.
This is moss on stone in Scotland. I love moss. In Texas, you have to pay a lot of money to buy a mossy stone. LOL
I know. It’s amazing what fascinates me. This reminds me of a faery world.
Her Highland Hero
Lady Isobel is a Norman laird’s daughter, living near the Scots border where her father, Lord Pembroke, is trying to keep the peace. But her mother was a Highlander and the man Isobel loves most of all is Laird Marcus McEwan, who has been bringing news of her mother’s people for years. But now Isobel’s father wishes her wed to an English nobleman, who will carry on his title. Isobel will wed no other man but her heart’s desire—and that is one braw Highlander from her mother’s homeland.
Laird Marcus McEwan has loved the feisty lass forever. For years, Marcus has tried to convince Lord Pembroke to allow him to wed his daughter. But the Norman lord will not allow it. Then ambushes and murders make it too dangerous for Marcus to reach a peaceful resolution.
Nothing goes as planned and keeping the lass for his own is fraught with danger, as they try to determine who was behind the killings. Isobel and Marcus will do everything in their power to ensure they are together as they have always vowed they would be.
Audiobook will be coming, and print is coming soon.
I also set A Highland Werewolf Wedding there, after I fell in love with the ruins of Dunnottar Castle.
Mountain, Fall, Reflection, Scotland
Isn’t it beautiful? I love reflections.
And, we have a new FB page dedicated to the box set.
We’re also having a FB party on Sep 16, day of release, with goodies to giveaway:
So you see why I had to blog today?
When all I thought I was going to do was catch up on student lessons AND work on finishing up A Silver Wolf Christmas. All kinds of folks are vying for a say in whodunit. I’ve got to figure this out! 🙂 <3 The fun part is coming up with the end, and then editing it to make sure it’s the best it can be. No loose ends. No walk-on, walk-off characters, no plot holes. 🙂
Okay, off to do it! Goal is to have the book done by Sunday (word-count wise). It always ends up being 6-8,000 words longer than I expected…but shooting for the minimum by Sunday.
Have a super great Labor Day!
I’m off to labor. What about you?
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