The 3rd book in my latest Highlander series, The Highlander Takes A Bride, is now out on the bookstore shelves! Woohoo! And a double Woohoo!! Cause I had a blast writing Saidh's story. Really, she was sooooo much fun. I'm always sorry to see a story end, but with Saidh's, I actually dragged it past my deadline just because I didn't want to let them go.
Anyway, here's the scoop, The Highlander Takes A Bride is about Saidh Buchanan, a lady like no other you've encountered...she's bold yet innocent, curses like a sailor, knows how to weild a sword and can drink any man or woman under the table. So...I put her together with Greer MacDonnell, a very Alpha warrior who finds his hands full when he inherits MacDonnell and then finds Lady Saidh as one of his first guests. There is a mystery involved. It seems there is a question as to whether the previous laird might have been murdered. And then some pretty suspicious "accidents" start happening around Saidh. But, together, Saidh and Greer will sort it all out in the end...and they have a blast doing it! Well, or I had a blast while they were doing. LOL.
"Do ye like to dance?" he asked suddenly.
"Nay," she said succinctly, but wondered why he'd ask such a fool question.
"Do ye sing like a canary?"
"A canary with a broken neck," she responded.
"Can ye sew a stitch?"
"I sewed me brother up once, but then I was the one who cut him while we were practicing so it seemed only fair," she informed him with a wolfish smile. The Highlander Takes A Bride
Don't forget there are exclusive excerpts, reviews and even a giveaway associated with this virtual book tour! (The grand prize is a stole of either the Buchanan or MacDonnell clan.)
I was noticing something the other day when I had all the books from my current Scottish Highlander series side by side...all three covers are in a different style. It occurred to me that this would be the ideal time to take a consensus to see what my readers prefer. Which of the three covers in the following image do you prefer? If you feel so inclined you can let me know on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or just email me.
Book #4 in this same series is about Murine Carmichael, one of the many ladies who came to Sinclair castle as a potential wife for Cam and who fainted at his feet upon meeting him and his new wife Jo. Although Murine has lost everything dear to her in the last few years, she never once stopped to feel sorry for herself. She’s quirky, resilient and incredibly determined, which is shocking considering her tendency to swoon at the drop of a hat. Oh, and I almost forgot…She has a faithful pet bull named Henry, who follows her around like a dog.
As for the Argeneau series, Bricker’s book, About A Vampire, will be coming out September 29th. Many have already asked so I’ll save you having to type the question… Bricker does indeed get his comeuppance for all the torment he inflicted on his fellow enforcers when they met their life mates. Poor Bricker!
And I just finished both of the Notte twins' stories and I will tell you this much...both men start out buck naked in their books! I’m not sure how their life mates, or anyone else for that matter, can keep their thoughts straight with that distraction. Talk about willpower! LOL