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A great set of Medieval historical romances released recently. I am still reading it, but from what I read so far, I highly recommend it.
On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me… Twelve Highlander heroes, brave and true.
Honor-bound and sworn to protect, they’re about to meet their match in twelve feisty heroines.
Amidst the wild Scottish mountains, the snow is falling deep, but twelve heart-warming stories of love await–one for each day of Christmas.
Discover an embroidered partridge fuelling revenge, two turtle doves sealing an ill-fated match, a feathery Yuletide tale, the betrothal of a reluctant songbird, five golden rings forged in forbidden love, a pet goose who represents a second chance, a swan taking flight, a dairymaid with murder on her mind, nine ladies dancing in the moonlight, a duty-bound laird and a wayward lady, a beautiful piper, and a ghostly drummer playing matchmaker.
Curl up with these passionate tales, filled with intrigue, adventure and the magic of Yuletide.
Available for a limited time only, make these Highlander heroes your own festive treat.
Loving Her Highland Enemy – by Samantha Holt
A revenge-obsessed lass keeps a depiction of her clan’s partridge close to her heart in this passion-steeped enemies-to-lovers Yuletide tale.
Highland Dove – by Elizabeth Rose
Will Duncan MacLean be able to escape the English prison in time to fulfill his promise of marrying Mari Stewart on Hogmanay, before she weds another?
The Kitchen Maid’s Tale – by Hildie McQueen
Riding in the back of a cart down the center of the village could be quite embarrassing. Riding in the back of a cart, in a cage with three chickens, was mortifying.
Brenna’s Yuletide Song – by Cathy MacRae
Humor abounds in this rollicking tale of a pampered merchant’s daughter and the Highlander she must marry.
Ringing in Yule – by Sky Purington
Will years of forbidden love remind Tavish and Nessa what’s at stake before she marries another?
Highlander’s Christmas – by Mariah Stone
A secret child. A pet goose. And an unlikely couple who could get a second chance at love this Christmas—if he doesn’t kill her father.
Highland Swan – by Anna Markland
Dr. Pendray must save his patient’s life, though it means losing the woman he loves.
The Lady’s Guide to a Highlander’s Heart – by Emmanuelle de Maupassant
Disguised as a simple dairymaid, Lady Flora Dalreagh sneaks into the home of the warrior she believes murdered her father, intent on revenge.
The Laird’s Midnight Dancer – by Ashe Barker
A sacred stone circle, moonlight, and a bewitching midnight dancer to bring a laird to his knees…
An Angel at the Highland Court – by Celeste Barclay
A laird who fears making a mistake, and a lady whose made one mistake after another…innocence and experience, fire and ice make for one steamy Christmas.
The Piper – by Lily Baldwin
A battle-wounded laird whose sight has been stolen is soothed by the music of a beautiful piper who also bears scars of a tragic past.
Scot Under the Mistletoe – by Caroline Lee
A ghostly drummer turns out to be very much flesh and blood in this hilarious Yuletide romp featuring a second-chance romance, a mysterious little plant, and more than a few Henrys.
There is a $25 gift card giveaway to celebrate the launch, click HERE. Winner chosen at the end of October.
My review for The Piper by Lily Baldwin
A short but potent story that had me in tears at times, sometimes in sadness as my heart was breaking for both Cait and Ewan and their struggle, but also in joy on how they overcame their injuries and found their HEA with each other. One of my fave quotes from this story: “I don’t even feel dented anymore. I feel full and sumptuous and perfect.” and alludes to a saying that the cook told Cait. Well woven tale that will stay with me for a while. – 5 stars
I hope you will give these stories a go and maybe discover a new author or two. I know I will.
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