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  • A Dash of Destiny (Warlocks MacGregor Book 8) by Michelle M. Pillow

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    Magic, Mischief and Kilts!

    A dash of destiny and a pinch of passion can change everything…

    Scottish warlock Rory MacGregor knows something from the supernatural world is trying to kill him. He’s not sure exactly what that something is, but it’ll make for a fun adventure figuring it all out. Of course, nothing is simple, so when Fate tosses in a dash of destiny to keep him on his toes by way of an enchanting new arrival in town, he’s all in.

    He just wished she was too.

    Life hasn’t turned out as planned for Jennifer Greene. After taking care of her sick father for years, she’s come to Green Vallis, Wisconsin, for one reason only—a job. She isn’t looking for adventure, even if it’s by way of a tempting Highlander in a kilt or men streaking across the countryside. And she definitely isn’t looking for love—even though love is looking for her.

  • To Dance in the Glen by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple

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    2019 Top Ten Author Academy Award!
    Unexpected love and heartbreaking betrayal follow Meg at every turn . . .

    Meg, a poor crofter’s daughter, finds her life taking a tumultuous turn when she is sent to the Laird’s castle for her own safety. English marauders, accusations of witchcraft, and treason are just the beginning for her.

    Meg Lachlan is certain of her place in her clan. When English mercenaries plaguing the Scottish Highlands aim their attacks on Clan MacLeod and Meg herself, the Laird’s son takes up the mantle to protect the young woman.

    Ewan MacLeod believes that bringing Meg to the castle will guard her against the English attacks, but when he finds his passions for the young lass growing, they begin a love affair that many call into question — most notably the daughter of a nearby laird who has her sights set on Ewan for herself.

    As Meg and Ewan struggle against accusations of witchcraft, the English step up their onslaught, and it seems the clan is beset on all sides, until the discovery of a traitor in their midst threatens to tear down all that Meg and Ewan have worked so hard to build.

    With the security of their clan, their families, even themselves at risk, can they rise above all the challenges that stand in the way of their love? A tantalizing Scottish Romance!

  • The Seduction of the Glen by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple

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    A fierce Highland warrior, loyal to his king. His beautiful English captive. He has vowed her protection, but will he have to risk his own life to do so?

    John Sinclair, faithful warrior for Robert the Bruce, makes a fateful wager with his brother: whoever wins Aislynn’s affections will wed her. Only Aislynn de Valence, niece to the English King, is a captive of the Bruce, sent to the Highlands as a prisoner and for her own protection. The last thing she wants is to wed her enemy.

    To win the wager and the woman, John woos Aislynn with his whole heart.
    But the Highlands are unstable, clan fighting against clan. And no one in the Highlands is ready to welcome an Englishwoman into their midst.

    When Aislynn learns that she was nothing more than a prize in a wager, she decides she’s had enough of Scotland and its Highlanders.

    Can John convince Aislynn of his true intentions and protect her when she needs him the most?

  • The Maiden of the Storm by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple

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    ♥ She’s a powerful Celtic woman. He’s a Roman captive in her village. When their passion for each other grows, can they find a way to be together? Or will the conflicts between the Celts and Romans drive them apart? ♥

    In the Caledonii village, Riana is the chieftain’s oldest daughter and accustomed to position and authority. Until the day a Roman soldier is brought in and made a slave.

    Despite her moral objections, she is directed by her father to tend to the Roman, to bring him back to health and make sure he’s fed.

    At first, he’s nothing more than a curiosity for her, but as they spend time together during her duties to him, they forge a camaraderie that quickly becomes something more.

    Something passionate and forbidden.

    Horatio is a confident Roman soldier brought low after a night of missteps. Bound to slavery for the Caledonii tribe, he spends every waking moment biding his time and planning his escape. What he doesn’t plan is the desire he feels for the very woman directed to keep him in chains.

    His desire grows, as does his love for the red northern woman.

    As their passions rise, Riana decides that she cannot see the man she loves enslaved. They concoct an escape that is successful at first but leads to disastrous results when the tables are turned.

    Just when they think all is lost, their love for each other gives them one chance for survival. Will their love overcome the obstacles that would tear them apart?

  • The Lady of the Glen by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple

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    Top 50 Best Indie Books of 2019!
    Elayne MacNally knew one thing for certain: Her reputation as the willful harpy of the highlands was well earned.

    As the spoiled daughter of the successful Laird MacNally, Elayne got whatever she wanted, until the man she thought she would wed rejected her. Dejected and reconsidering her lot in life, her father comes up with an opportunity that could change the course of her life and perhaps her reputation as well.

    Declan MacCollough also knew one thing for certain: He did not want to follow in his father’s footsteps as Laird of the reputed “Beast Clan.”

    Following his father’s death, Declan had a lot of work ahead of him to reclaim any sense of respect for his people. Families had fled; fathers would not permit their daughters to wed into the clan. Declan wanted, more than anything, to recreate his clan into one deserving of service to the King. The first step Declan must take is to find a wife with enough backbone to help him tame his clan, help it grow, and gain back respect.

    Learning of Elayne and her reputation, Declan offers to wed the lass – an arranged marriage of sorts. With no other choices open to her, Elayne decides that the Laird of the Beast Clan is her best, if only, option.

    What happens when she arrives is a strange and passionate meeting of the minds between herself and Declan. Playing on each other’s strengths, they maneuver around those who attempt to prevent the marriage as a play for power. However, Declan’s past affiliations with the King are not welcome by all, and the challenges to their marriage become the least of their worries.

    Can Declan and Elayne trust each other enough to face the threats to the MacCollough clan and their very lives?

  • The Irishman’s Daughter by Bethany Hauck

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    James McCabe is done with his studies at Glasgow University and ready to return to Gleann. There’s only one problem; he can’t seem to forget about the cloaked lass he’s seen multiple times around the city. Everyone else thinks it’s a lad, but James knows better. He’s determined to meet her, and learn more about her before he leaves the city.

    Nellie O’Malley has grown up on her Da’s ship traveling the seas on a boat filled with all men. When her Da is unfairly arrested by the Sheriff of Glasgow, she begins roaming the city, and finds out that the sheriff will overlook most crimes for a bit of coin. She steps in many times, but always with the hood on her cloak pulled up so no one can see her.

    When James is arrested after a tavern brawl, he’s thrown into a cell with Liam O’Malley and Tomas. After the three of them talk, they decide to take matters into their own hands and expose the Sheriff of Glasgow to King James. When James finds out that Liam is looking for a husband for his daughter Nellie, he quickly volunteers. The only problem is getting Nellie to agree. Maybe turning her over his knee the first time they met wasn’t the best way to capture her heart, but James won’t give up, and the two get to know each other better as they travel to Aberdeen to see the King.

  • The Laird’s Christmas Kiss: The Lairds Mostly Likely Book 2 by Anna Campbell

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    Deck the halls with mistletoe! For years, shy wallflower Elspeth Douglas has pined for the attentions of dashing Brody Girvan, Laird of Invermackie. But the rakish Highlander doesn’t even know she’s alive. This Christmas, she realizes that she’ll never be happy until she stops loving her brother’s handsome friend. Except it turns out that Brody isn’t singing from the same Christmas carol sheet—Elspeth decides she’s not interested in him anymore, just as he decides he’s very interested indeed. With interfering friends and a crate of imported mistletoe thrown into the mix, the stage is set for a house party rife with secrets, clandestine kisses, misunderstandings, heartache, scandal, and love triumphant.

  • His Audacious Bride by Bethany Hauck

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    Eadan McCabe wants to get away from Gleann for a while after the death of his wife, Nessa. There are too many memories of their life together, good and bad. Although the marriage had problems, he did love his wife. He plans to leave with his son, Eadan Hamish, and his squire. His Grandda’s hunting lodge seems like the perfect place to go for some peace, if he can get his son away from his nurse, Kirstie.
    Kirstie Ferguson has many secrets that she’s sworn never to tell anyone. When Eadan Hamish refuses to leave her, she decides to go with him and Eadan to stay at the McCabe hunting lodge. She knows she can’t stay in the Highlands much longer, or she risks begin found by the family she ran away from many years ago. Kirstie decides to make the best out of the time with the lad, who she’s grown to love. Even if the attraction she feels for his Da has to be ignored.
    Over a few goblets of whiskey Kirstie finally tells Eadan her sad tale. The pair drink more than they realize and end up sleeping together. The next morning they are found, and then marry. Eadan understands why Kirstie is worried, but now that she’s his wife, he’s confident he can keep her safe. Kirstie will once again run away, but this time instead of fear for herself, she’s afraid that Eadan knowing about her will endanger him too. Eadan will chase her down, and when he catches her, he’ll put her over his knee until she promises never to run again. But her family isn’t ready to give up either, and vow to take her back, to keep their own secret safe.

    Although this is a stand-alone novel, many of the characters were introduced to the series in The McCabe’s Books 1-6.

  • His Audacious Bride by Bethany Hauck

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    Eadan McCabe wants to get away from Gleann for a while after the death of his wife, Nessa. There are too many memories of their life together, good and bad. Although the marriage had problems, he did love his wife. He plans to leave with his son, Eadan Hamish, and his squire. His Grandda’s hunting lodge seems like the perfect place to go for some peace, if he can get his son away from his nurse, Kirstie.
    Kirstie Ferguson has many secrets that she’s sworn never to tell anyone. When Eadan Hamish refuses to leave her, she decides to go with him and Eadan to stay at the McCabe hunting lodge. She knows she can’t stay in the Highlands much longer, or she risks begin found by the family she ran away from many years ago. Kirstie decides to make the best out of the time with the lad, who she’s grown to love. Even if the attraction she feels for his Da has to be ignored.
    Over a few goblets of whiskey Kirstie finally tells Eadan her sad tale. The pair drink more than they realize and end up sleeping together. The next morning they are found, and then marry. Eadan understands why Kirstie is worried, but now that she’s his wife, he’s confident he can keep her safe. Kirstie will once again run away, but this time instead of fear for herself, she’s afraid that Eadan knowing about her will endanger him too. Eadan will chase her down, and when he catches her, he’ll put her over his knee until she promises never to run again. But her family isn’t ready to give up either, and vow to take her back, to keep their own secret safe.

    Although this is a stand-alone novel, many of the characters were introduced to the series in The McCabe’s Books 1-7.

  • Her Brave Knight by Bethany Hauck

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    Emelia Scott has been held captive by Stephen Thompson for a very long time, and she hates him. To get his hands on lands that her family owns, he informs her that in two days she’ll be joining him, first at the altar and then in his bed. She’s not sure what to do, but she knows she can’t marry the man that killed her family.
    Owen McCabe made a promise to free Emelia Scott from the Thompsons, and he intends to keep it. It takes him months of planning, but with the help of his friend, John, and Emelia’s maid, Kirstie, he’s finally able to locate her and help her escape.Nothing goes according to his plan, and Owen and Emelia are pursued, first across England and then Scotland, as Stephen Thompson tried to take back the woman he needs to complete his plan.
    Owen will do whatever it takes to keep Emelia safe, including marrying her at the anvil in Gretna Green. The two will get to know each other well as they travel to the Highlands, finding they have much in common. Emelia can’t wait to see her family again, and Owen is determined to make that happen. Being young and impulsive, she makes some bad decisions, leading to her being bent over her new husband’s knee.

    Although ‘The McCabe Books 1-6’ are stand-alone stories, I highly recommend reading book 5 “A Man of Honor” before reading book 6 “Her Brave Knight”. The stories in these two books complete one long tale. Many of the characters in this book have been introduced earlier in books 1-5.