Today’s Book of the Day is a Historical Romance novel by USA Today bestselling and award-winning author Terry Spear and it’s 80% off for a limited time. The Highlander has a 4.5 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $4!
“The Highlander was a lovely read. With wonderfully sweet romance and the thrill of danger, this book was fantastic!” Farrah – Amazon Reviewer
by Terry Spear
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Historical Romance
Price: $0.99 save $4
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Anora, the shepherdess, finds a half-naked man in her bed, so what’s a woman living alone in a cottage in the Lowlands of Scotland supposed to do? Prod him with her pitchfork to chase him off! Only the man is not just a traveler seeking her bed for a rest—but a wounded Highlander, who fights back, swinging his sword!
Niall MacNeill is searching for a Frenchwoman of nobility to escort to his cousin’s castle for safekeeping, when he and his friend, Gunnolf, are attacked by another Highland clan, seeking the same woman. The other Highlanders wish to sell her to the highest bidder—English or French—it does not matter.
Niall takes refuge in a sheepherder’s cottage to heal up from his wounds and discovers the shepherdess taking care of him may very well be the woman he seeks. He has no intention of doing anything but what his cousin requests of him—ensure her safety on their way to Craigly Castle—but when the lass so bravely wields her pitchfork at him, he is thinking of other, more interesting possibilities.
Yes, I did it! I finished the synopses for all three books and marketing materials for them and turned them in after brainstorming all day on the one with two of my readers. I made up the last bear that was a last minute order. I finished She-Wolf Leader of the pack and sent it to my first beta reader. And I’m done!!! Except that now I have to ship all those bears today.
Last night I watched the movie about the Chernobyl wolves. Unbelievable how high the radiation levels are there, yet the animals have returned to the territory, are healthy and normal for the most part, though their bones are highly radiated. Bison have returned, and eagles, beavers have returned and the canals that at one time irrigated crops are back to marshlands. It was a horrific situation for everything there and the soil is still contaminated. But the fruit trees produce fruit for the bears and other animals that have returned. And even a nearly extinct species of wild horses have been reintroduced, though poachers are still killing them. Why is that? For what purpose?
The trees that were turned rust by the explosion are green and the vegetation is reclaiming the area.
As bad as the man-made disaster was, it has provided a safe habitat–from man–for hundreds of species of animals.
Okay, I’m off to ship bears and run a million other errands, which fall behind when I’m working on deadline stuff.
I have SOOOOO many projects left to do, it makes me wonder what I will work on next! The Viking’s Highland Lass, the next fae book, the next cougar book, the list goes on.
And yet, I have another deadline coming up–and two weeks of being unable to write. So I will have to start on that book soon.
Have a super great Monday!
I had one evening off, that’s enough time to goof off, don’t you think?
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy is reality.”
Connect with Terry Spear: Website: http://www.terryspear.com
Wilde & Woolly Bears http://www.celticbears.com
You did great Terry. Interesting book will have to add it to the tbr on the Kindle. 🙂 I spent 2.5 hours today lost in reading. I decided I must have been refilling my well. I beat a personal deadline last Thursday. I had to start and finish a novella by April 18, 2015. I played around with it in March but from 1-16 April I slapped 39,471 words onto the page. I love to read and get so lost in a book that Iose all track of time.
That’s super, CK! Love it when I can do that! I always feel lost when I’m starting a new book, well, almost always. Sometimes the book just practically writes itself like a movie script. Thought I really had a few days to play around with books, have a ton started I need to finish, but then remembered I hadn’t put Phantom Fae in print yet, and I’d promised! So working on that for the next 3 days. 🙂 <3