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About the author:
Michelle is an author, college professor, reader, and mom of five. Reading and writing have always been an integral part of her life.
What inspired you to write your book?
I have always had a passion for highlanders, Scottish history, and medieval romance!
Here is a short sample from the book:
Meg began to wiggle in an attempt to slide off the animal, but the Laird’s son grasped her more tightly around the waist and held her on the horse. He moved his arm up and grasped her breast as he forced a rough kiss on her unyielding lips. She strained against him, pushing against his chest until he pulled away. He grinned at her with a boyish look on his face, as though he had done nothing wrong. Meg straightened her clothes, then turned more fully in the saddle and slapped Ewan as hard as she could. She finished her slide off the horse, angry as a bee. She glared up at his feigned surprise and whacked him on the leg for added good measure.
“What?” he asked innocently.
“What do ye think ye were doing?”
His grin widened. “I’m the Laird’s son, soon to be the Laird. Most lassies would be honored to be in your position.” He was almost leering at her. She was appalled.
“An honor, ye say? In the eyes of the Lord God, ‘tis a sin! My mother says that a woman’s body is a privilege, and that privilege is for her husband only! Ye would no’ put your hands on an honorable woman that way!”
“The position ye were in with the English might indicate ye are something other than honorable,” he insinuated.
Her eyebrows rose nearly off her face at his statement. “How dare ye? Ye think yourself so great that women should lose their honor ‘acause ye are the Laird’s son? Ye leave your less than honorable hands to yourself.”