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The books currently available for review are the four published books in the Wades of Crawford County saga; Heaven Must Wait, Heaven Must Wait Part II, Follow Your Heart, and Through The Storm and two books in the Highland Treasures series; A Highland Pearl, and A Highland Ruby.
A third novel in the Scottish historical series, Highland Treasures, is almost ready for publication and needs beta readers and advanced reviewers. The novel entitled, A Highland Emerald, tells the love story of Aine MacLean and William Munro, Chief of Clan Munro and Knight of the Realm. Aine and William are the parents of Andrew Dubh of A Highland Pearl, Gavin of A Highland Ruby, and Davina whose story is in the planning stage.
Aine and William are from different regions of Scotland. Aine’s home is on the Isle of Mull, an island off the western coast of Scotland. William’s home is located in the rugged Scottish Highlands.
We began the climb through the bracken. I found myself out of breath when we reached the ancient broch on top of the motte. William showed no signs of being breathless. His powerful chest barely expanded as he breathed.
“Ye’re no’ winded,” I puffed.
“I was raised on these braes and bens. ’Tis no hard task for me to climb this motte.” He grinned. “Only flatlanders such as ye, have trouble climbing.”
“Well, I would like to see ye in a fishing boat, fighting the swells of the sea to make yer living.” He aggravated me with his boasting.
“Ye’re right, sweeting. We’re both from lovely but different places in Scotland. Each has its good and bad features, but I love this place of Ferindonald above all others. ‘Tis my home.” His mood changed to a serious note. “I pray ye will come to love it also.”
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