The Highland Chronicles are taking off!

It’s March. The sun is shining and daffodils are coming out of hiding (unless you have a husband who mows them down in his attempt at tidying the garden...), and where am I taking you? To the wild, windswept Scottish Highlands! 



Sunday, 3rd March sees the release of A Highland Captive, the second tale in my Highland Chronicles series of standalone novels. 

Like Highland Arms, A Highland Captive is a fast-paced historical adventure romance. But instead of the Jacobite rebellion setting, this second instalment is set in medieval Scotland during the Wars of Independence in the late 13th century.  

Island of Eorsa

So, to celebrate the upcoming release of the second tale, Highland Arms is free on Amazon for three days! 

And if you like what you read, feel free to download A Highland Captive, too. It’s currently on pre-order at the reduced price of 99p / 99c, but not for long after release!

So allow me to take you to the beautiful Scottish Highlands & Islands...

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Highland Arms

"Exciting blend of danger and romance"

"The author has a wonderful way of describing the highlands." ~ Booked Up Reviews

Escape to the Highlands!


Betrayed by her brother’s lies, Catriona MacKenzie is banished from her home to her godmother’s manor in the remote Scottish Highlands. While her father ponders her fate, Catriona’s insatiable curiosity leads her straight into trouble – and into the arms of a notorious Highlander.

Five years after an ill-fated Jacobite rebellion, Rory Cameron works as a smuggler to raise money for the cause – until Catriona uncovers a plot against him and, inadvertently, exposes his activities. Now, Rory is faced with a decision that could either save their lives, or destroy them both.

But he’s running out of time…


Highland Arms is available for FREE on Amazon for three days only. Grab your copy now!


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A Highland Captive

1298

Scotland

Cailean MacDubhgaill, a knight from a small western island fighting for the Scottish cause, joins the battle at Falkirk but is wounded when he takes a blow to the thigh by an axe. Sir Eòin de Moray, uncle to his late friend, the former guardian, Andrew, helps him escape the carnage and takes him into a nearby forest, but is killed whilst fighting off pursuers.

Once Cailean has recovered from his injuries with the help of the healer Brìde, he rushes to de Moray’s manor on the northern shores of Loch Ness to convey the news to de Moray’s daughter, Isobel, but he is too late. He finds the manor burnt down, its people displaced, and Isobel abducted. Determined to honour the knight who had saved his life, he tracks Isobel down.

Finding herself taken away from her home against her will, to be married off to an English lord in service to King Edward I, Isobel de Moray ponders her fate when a nighttime raid on the mercenary camp sees her freed – only to fall into the hands of a strong-minded knight. The stranger takes her to his keep on the remote island of Eorsa, to keep her safe. 

But Isobel has other ideas…



A Highland Captive is now on pre-order on Amazon for just 99p / 99c! 

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I hope you’ll  enjoy my Highland Chronicles series. With much luck, I may add a third to it later this year. Watch this space! 



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