Hello and welcome!
Today I have yet another of the hunks hailing from the Scrolls of Cridhe.
Please help me welcome him!
Gods bones Suzan! What are you ladies trying to do to me? I will drown in my own drool if you keep this up.
He smiles and I loose my train of thought… what was I saying? I clear my throat trying to get my voice going… ok here I go…
What is your full name?
There is a funny story behind my name…
I know and I love your name.
Do you have a nickname?
What is one word best describes you?
He pauses to think… My wife would say handsome.
I say so too…
Describe what you are wearing now to our readers.
Leather trews and a brown tunic, as well as me sword.
Do you think the author portrayed you accurately?
Aye, I do!
What makes you laugh out loud?
Me wife, Moirra and me step-daughter, little Orabilis.
What is your favourite dessert?
Me wife he answers with a wry smile
What is your favourite drink?
I gave up the hard drink a while back. It makes me act a fool. Now, I drink cider and the occasional ale.
What is your greatest fear?
That I’ll lose the family I have found with Moirra and her daughters.
What is your favourite colour?
Me wife’s pretty green eyes.
What do you wear when you go to sleep?
What is the perfect romantic date?
We do no’ ‘date’ in 14th century Scotland. But me favorite thing to do with me wife, well, I canna say here.
How ticklish are you? Where are you ticklish?
He shakes his head, I guess he will not answer this question.
What’s your favourite smell? What does it remind you of?
Bread. It reminds me of me wife.
I love the smell of fresh bread, my grandmother used to bake these huge round breads with a crispy crust in the outside brick oven. Ah, sweet memories!
When you look at a woman what catches your interest?
Well, a gentleman would say a woman’s eyes. But, I am no’ always a gentleman. The first thing I noticed about me wife was her hips, then her ample bosom, and then her eyes. Her eyes captivated me from the first time I looked into them.
Do you have somebody in your life now?
What is one word best describes her?
Is your book part of a series? What does the future hold for the readers of the series?
Yes, Stealing Moirra’s Heart, is part of what is called a mini series. The plan is to release the second instalment sometime in December.
Oh I am so looking forward to more.
Thank you for accepting my invitation for this chat. My greeting to Moirra and her daughters.
I really enjoyed this chat, very nice view, I hope you did too 😀
I can’t tell you his real name, I am sworn to secrecy. You will have to read the book to find out 😉
He hails from “Stealing Moirra’s Heart” by Suzan Tisdale, whom I adore to Scotland and back 😉 I read all her other books and listened to the audiobooks narrated by Brad Wills.
Moirra Dundottar needs a man. Much as she hates to admit it, it’s true. With a reputation for losing husbands, her prospects are slim, her outlook bleak. Until the morning she sees a strange man on the town square–a man who’s accused of being a thief and is locked in the pillory.
“Something tells me ye be no thief.”
The strange man gives her a quick glance up and down, flashes a brilliant white smile and laughs. “I am many things, lass. All around bastard, ne’er-do-well, and rakehell. But I be no thief.”
She didn’t believe he was a thief when she rescued him … until he stole her heart.
It is one of the stories in “HIGHLAND WINDS”, Volume 1 in The Scrolls of Cridhe. This wonderful anthology will be released on November 17, 2014.
To preorder in ebook format follow the links
The paperback is available at Amazon. It will be available to order online B&N too on release day.
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Thanks for dropping by and please join me tomorrow for the chat with another of the hunks.
Until tomorrow! Have a great day!