Hello and welcome!
Today I have somebody I met quite a while ago and can’t forget.
He is quite a charmer and hails from the Highlands, he agreed to visit for a chat… and here he is.
Welcome Iain! Please have a seat!
he bows and takes a seat in the winged-back chair across from me …
and I serve him a glass of mead
How did you know?
I smile and wink
I have my sources
Lets get started…
he nods in agreement
What is your full name?
Do you have a nickname?
Aye, the lady I kidnapped calls me Lord Keeper.
What is one word best describes you?
How can a man describe himself? You might ask those who best know me, my cousin Thomas, for example. Perhaps, ‘tis best, you do not ask the ladies.
Describe what you are wearing now to our readers.
A white lawn shirt with a belted plaide of my clan colors.
Do you think the author portrayed you accurately?
Aye, perhaps too well, which is not always to my credit.
What makes you laugh out loud?
When I leave a witty woman speechless.
What is your favourite dessert?
Of late, my favorite dessert is shortbread, uncooked, as the batter. The lady who I plan to marry threw a batch on me in a fit of anger. I was kind enough to share with her the batter than landed all over me.
What is your greatest fear?
That I will become my father.
What is your favourite colour?
The deep blue of loch Katrine which is the same color of the eyes that belong to the woman I love.
What do you wear when you go to sleep?
Nothing, if I can help it.
What is the perfect romantic date?
An afternoon in a meadow where I once spent a strange and wonderful afternoon with a woman.
How ticklish are you? Where are you ticklish?
Perhaps, but I willna’ say where.
What’s your favourite smell? What does it remind you of?
My favourite smell is heather on a spring morning.
When you look at a woman what catches your interest?
Do you have somebody in your life now?
Aye, an English lass I stole from the holy ground of Montrose Abbey.
What is one word best describes her?
When I discover the one word that describes her I will tell you. She has no’ yet even told me her name.
Is your book part of a series? What does the future hold for the readers of the series?
The authoress is contemplating writing the story of my cousin, Captain Thomas MacPherson. His mother was French and his father a Highlander. The woman he married…well, I will leave that story for another time.
I really hope she does!
Thank you for making this long journey to join me and also for answering my questions.
he bows and smiles and has my heart melting… *sigh*
I hope you enjoyed this chat and thanks joining me here.
Iain hails from the Highlands and came to life under the pen of Tarah Scott whose style of writing I love so much. The book is called “LORD KEEPER”
and is available at all major ebook stores
No man bargains for war when he chooses a bride, but when he steals her from holy ground, he can expect nothing less.
Iain MacPherson swore he was nothing like his father, but his kidnapping of Victoria Hockley, the Countess of Lansbury is the first step toward the same obsessive jealousy that fueled his father’s life-long feud against the chief Iain’s mother loved.
A kiss, a midnight race for freedom, and a royal missive force Victoria into her captor’s arms. Hallowed ground can’t save her from the devil that followed her from England. Yet the Scottish lord who swears to protect her is far more dangerous.
To read an excerpt click HERE
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Until next time! Happy reading!