Friday, April 12, 2013

Surviving Scotland

There's nothing like a man in a kilt...let's face it.  When you read the Scottish Highlander Romances, you totally get the whole 'man wearing a skirt' thing and find it appealing. Somehow, they make it work.  While in Edinburgh, Scotland a few months ago, the kilts were stores.  A few men would play the bagpipes in full Scottish dress, letting their haunting music float across the chilly air.  It was magical. The tourist in me wished that all the men would wear kilts. To do my part I would have dressed in historical costume too! But alas, it wasn't to be.

My next release will be featuring a hero in a kilt.  I cannot wait. At all.  Already he's one of my favorite characters of all time ( can I say that about my own book?) It's true.  Of course, it might be because he reminds me of my husband...but I digress.  "Surviving Scotland" Will be releasing in the next month and a half.  Here's a little blurb.

Ioan is handsome... until he opens his mouth. How can someone so masculine and striking be so irritating? Yet part of her knows that if his sarcastic and teasing temper changed, she will lose her heart.

Elle is untouchable. His quick-witted barbs keep her at arm's length. She can never know the truth. But like a moth drawn to the flame he can’t resist her.  Indeed he already burned.

When the Jacobites attack Carnasserie castle, the Black Watch come to assist. Surviving Scotland isn’t for the faint of heart…

Here's a picture of part Edinburgh Castle. Carnassarie Castle is much smaller, but you get the idea.  
 And if you haven't read "Living London"...The book before Surviving Scotland in the Westin Legacy Series, here's the links!

Have a GREAT weekend! 

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