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Monthly Archives: May 2014

25 Years Ago Today 
Cover Love at Romance Lives Forever is a short intro to a
book and includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social media contacts for the
author. Today’s featured book is Twenty-Five Years Ago Today by Stacy Juba.
Genre Mystery/Romantic Suspense
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG13


Should we dig for the truth when Pandora’s Box is a coffin of
buried secrets? Kris Langley has always been obsessed with murder. She blames herself
for the violent death of her cousin when they were kids and has let guilt invade
every corner of her existence. Now an editorial assistant and obit writer, Kris
stumbles across an unsolved murder while compiling “25 Years Ago Today”
items from the microfilm. Determined to solve the case and atone for the death of
her cousin, Kris immerses herself in the mystery of what happened to Diana Ferguson,
a talented artist who expressed herself through haunting paintings of Greek mythology.
Not only does Kris face resistance from her family and her managing
editor, she also clashes with Diana’s suspicious nephew, Eric Soares – until neither
she nor Eric can deny the chemistry flaring between them. She soon learns that old
news never leaves the morgue and that yesterday’s headline is tomorrow’s danger,
for finding out the truth about that night twenty-five years ago may shatter Kris’s
present, costing her love, her career, and ultimately, her life.

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Wolves Pawn 
Cover Love at Romance Lives Forever is a short intro to a book
and includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social media contacts for the author.
Today’s featured book is Wolves Pawn by PJ MacLayne
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Author Name: P.J. MacLayne
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG13
Dot McKenzie is a lone wolf-shifter on the run, using everything
available to her to stay one step ahead of her pursuers. When she is offered a chance
for friendship and safety with the Fairwood pack, she accepts.
Gavin Fairwood, reluctant heir for Fairwood pack leadership,
is content to let life happen while he waits. Old longings surface when he appoints
himself as Dot’s protector and becomes more than a friend.
Dot goes into hiding again when her presence puts the pack and
her new friends at risk. When old enemies threaten the destruction of the Fairwood
pack, it will take the combined efforts of Dot and Gavin to save it. But can anything
save their love and Dot’s life when she becomes a pawn in a pack leader’s deadly

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Tall Dark and Apocalyptic 
Today Best Selling Author Sam Cheever writes romantic paranormal/fantasy and mystery/suspense,
creating stories that celebrate the joy of love in all its forms. Known for writing
great characters, snappy dialogue, and unique and exhilarating stories, Sam is the
award-winning author of 50+ books and has been writing for over a decade under several
noms de plume. Here’s her take on Alpha Males.
As the rabid sales of romances with strong alpha males show,
women LOVE a strong and sexy alpha hero. But what about the alpha’s woman, doesn’t
she have to be special too? I believe she does! Not necessarily in the way you might
be thinking. An alpha’s mate doesn’t have to be the most beautiful woman in the
world, but she’s beautiful to him. She’s not always model slim, without blemish,
stronger or smarter than every other woman he knows, but the traits she does have
speak directly to him. I think that’s what makes reading about alpha males so much
fun! We can easily put ourselves in the role of the lucky alpha mate, imagining
that our alpha would find us the sexiest, most tantalizing, and most deliciously
infuriating woman he knows.
So, what kind of woman draws an Alpha male? I’m sure the answer
to this question is as varied as the men who pursue them. But for the purposes of
a great romance novel, there have to be certain parameters. I submit that the following
list would suffice:
First of all, she has to be smart enough to find ways around
his bossy, dominant personality. This means she has to be a pro at making him think
it was his idea to do whatever it was she fully intended to do in the first place–even
when it’s the exact opposite of what he actually wanted her to do.
Secondly, she has to be able to take care of herself during all
those times she ignores him and goes off to take care of business by herself.
Thirdly, she needs to be willing to do whatever it takes to keep
her man safe, because he’s gonna go marching off to sacrifice himself at the drop
of a hat if he thinks it will save her…or some elderly person somewhere…or a
child…or a puppy…a kitten… You get the drift.
And last, but definitely not least, she needs to have a healthy
sexual appetite to keep her man happy. Because we all know the alpha male is hotter
than a wood-burning stove in the desert and harder than the wood it burns. He has
all that sexual energy that needs to be spent somewhere. (queue wildly waggling
Okay, that last thing isn’t really too difficult. I mean, who
wouldn’t be ready to hit the mattresses if an alpha male crooked a finger in her
direction? Which reminds me of one more, kind of important, trait a potential alpha
mate needs to have. She can’t be too stupid to live.
Because if she does say no when he crooks his finger. She’s definitely
Just sayin’!
A grand passion in an apocalyptic world. A love beyond reason
and without boundaries.
He’s a warrior, a bounty hunter in a world turned upside down.
She’s a target, a creature of dark magic. His job is simple. Kill the target. Her
goal is more complex. She must stay alive until she finds and destroys the source
of death magic staining the twenty worlds. But the passion burning within them may
be their undoing. It’s going to take an apocalyptic will to overcome the distraction
their bodies are creating…and not lose themselves in the process.

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Title Tall, Dark, and Apocalyptic
Genre Paranormal Romance
Author Sam Cheever
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R

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The Wayfarer’s Road

Interview with Mira-nell

Tell us about yourself, please.

I am Mira-nell and am almost four summers old though Mother says I am threee. I travel with her on the Wayfarer’s Road. Folk think I’m strange, but I know more than most.

What is it that you want, but cannot have? Authors call this the conflict of the story.

I want to stop wandering. I long for a family and children to play with.

What’s your internal limitation? Meaning, what is it about you that makes it so you cannot do what it is you need to do during this story?

I am too small! My mother wants me to learn her bowdancer ways but there is too much of the world to explore. I just do not want to do it always from the Wayfarer’s Road. Cannot interesting folk come to us?

What inner doubt causes you the most difficulty?

I wonder if I will grow old on this road and be as lonely as my mother is. She does not tell me her heart hurts, but I see it.

What’s your external complication? In the story world your author created, explain what it is you fear most.

There are mean folk on this road. Mother thinks I am too young to understand, but I know how they look at me and at her. I am afraid that one day she will be gone and I will be alone on this road.

Tell us about your significant other, that person who makes living worthwhile.

 My mother, Jan-nell, loves me most, but we have met a magical bardsinger on this road who tells the best stories. But he is not as grown up as mother and me.

What would that person say about you?

Mother says I am quick-witted and so does Khrin, the bardsinger. He makes me laugh.

What is your family like?

There has only been Mother and me. Khrin says we are family but Mother says we are not. I do not understand that. But I would like to live with Khrin. He cannot keep me as safe as Mother does, but he tries.

What special skills do you rely on?

Mother has taught me much about wild foods on the Wayfarer’s Road. I observe what herbs she uses to heal people in the towns and farms and to help new mothers bring babes into the world. I have not seen a birth yet, but I have heard many. I think people show who they are and what they intend, not by words but by the look of their eyes or the way they move.

If someone from your past showed up, who would you NOT want it to be, and why?

Mother tells me good things about my father—how quick-witted he was and that is why I am so. She tries not to tell me bad things, but I overheard her speak to Khrin about him. I would not wish to meet him on the Wayfarer’s Road. I do not think he is a good man.

Are you happy with the way your story ended? Why or why not?

I am gloriously happy. But folks will have to find out for themselves.

You have the length of a tweet (140 characters) to describe yourself as a writer. Let’s see what you can do.

I come from a long line of liars and storytellers, and I have an avid curiosity. I collect odd facts and experiences and tie them together in intuitive leaps with words.

Why do you write?

I’m a retired freelance journalist. I made a living by writing other people’s stories. I felt it was time to write my own—and not stories about me, but stories from my imagination.

What do you want to write next?

I am currently writing, Legacy, the last book of the Ruins Trilogy, my archaeology romance thriller set. Then I have a paranormal series I want to write about a Tennessee herb woman who goes to North Dakota to battle unusual beasties.

Are any sequels planned for this book?

The Wayfarer’s Road, where Mira-nell first appears, is the second book in The Bowdancer Saga. The first three books (The Bowdancer, The Wayfarer’s Road, and Warrior Women) are being re-issued by my publisher, MuseItUp Publishing, to join The Lost Song Trilogy, books 4-6 of the series. They will all be under one roof this summer. Later, I plan on three more books—one that continues Jan-nell’s life and one each for her children. (Yes, I did say children.) The entire Bowdancer Saga follows Jan-nell’s life from her village on the plains and out into the wide world as she searches for meaning and belonging.

Is there anything you’d like to say to your readers?

I appreciate every person who has read (and those especially who have reviewed my books). An author will write because she (or he) must. But those stories might as well be hidden in a cave in some dark corner of the earth if they are not discovered and read. Only then do they come alive.

About the Author

Janie Franz comes from a long line of liars and storytellers with roots deep in east Tennessee. Honed by the frigid Northern Plains and the high desert of New Mexico, as well as a degree in anthropology, her writing skill and curiosity generated thousands of feature and cover articles over a vast range of topics for numerous regional, national, and international publications.

She co-wrote two books with Texas wedding DJ, Bill Cox (The Ultimate Wedding Ceremony Book and The Ultimate Wedding Reception Book), and self-published a writing manual, Freelance Writing: It’s a Business, Stupid!

She is a professional speaker and occasionally reviews books, CDs, and concerts. Previously, she ran her own online music publication, Refrain Magazine, and was an agent/publicist for a groove/funk band, a radio announcer, and a yoga/relaxation instructor.

The fifth book of her Bowdancer Saga, Refrain (the second book in The Lost Song Trilogy), was a Top Ten Finisher for Best Science-Fiction and Fantasy Novel in the Preditors and Editors Readers Poll 2013.

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Title The Wayfarer’s Road, Book Two of The Bowdancer Saga
Genre Fantasy
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Healer Jan-nell and her precocious daughter meet a handsome wandering
bard, carrying secrets and the hope of belonging.
The Bowdancer Saga continues in The Wayfarer’s Road. Healer Jan-nell,
now a woman traveling alone with her precocious young daughter on the Wayfarer’s
Road, meets a handsome wandering bard. But he is carrying his own secrets along
with the priceless chance at hope for her and her child to belong.


The stranger stepped a bit further
into the room and pulled back the wet hood of her sodden, brown cloak, revealing
a delicate, fair face. A thick chestnut braid curved across one suede-covered shoulder
like a docile snake.
“It is the changing moon,”
her soft voice answered. She untied the laces of her cloak and pulled the cloth
free from her other shoulder, revealing the black curls of a child of three summers
against her thigh-length tunic. The girl’s little arms wrapped protectively around
the woman’s brown leggings.
The traveler shook the water from
her cloak and asked, “Might I have a dry bed, sir?”
The innkeeper’s eyes narrowed.
“We be not offering beds to women alone. This be a respectable place.”
“I am not alone,” the woman
answered, smoothing the child’s curls from off her face. “Would you deny a
child a dry blanket?”
The innkeeper frowned. “Good
woman, if that indeed be what you are, it is not seemly to be housed here without
your man.”
“I take care of myself,”
she said and struck her great staff against the floor for emphasis, ignoring the
customers’ mumbled responses.

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MuseItUp Publishing
“There are few things more pleasant, after doing battle
with the real world, than to sit down in the company of a talented storyteller and
allow yourself to be carried away into another world. Janie Franz’s rustic tale,
“The Wayfarer’s Road,” book #2 of the Bowdancer Saga, does just that.
There is great comfort immersing yourself in a mystical world not your own, and
Ms. Franz is an excellent guide. The tale of the bowdancer Jan-nell, her precocious
daughter, Mira-nell, and the mysterious troubadour Khrin, draws the reader in and
holds him/her closely until the end. I look forward to the next in the series.”—
Doren Grey, author of the Dick Hardesty mystery series and the new paranormal Elliott
Smith mystery series.
“Set amid a clash of cultures and gender, Janie Franz paints
an enchanting story of creating alternative families. When three outcasts – a woman
warrior, her precocious daughter, and a gay troubadour – are inexorably drawn together
to escape the brutality of men on the Wayfarer’s road, a journey begins that will
sweep the reader along with them. These memorable characters and their passage to
something beyond themselves will stay with you a long time.” — Alan Chin, author
of Island Song and The Lonely War.
“A charming tale of love and acceptance. The Wayfarer’s
Road reminds us that the things we seek are sometimes found in the unlikeliest of
places.” – Stuart Clark, author of Project U.L.F and Project U.L.F: Reacquisition.
“There is richness to this story. The richness of the tale
is evident in the author’s detailed plant knowledge which is effectively displayed
in almost every major scene in the story. The richness of the tale is evident in
the emotional journey of Jan-nelle and Khrin as they find that dream of happiness
and home that everyone wants in life and they both want for Mira-nell. It is a rich
tale that I found satisfying and I think you will too.” — Justine,
Janie Franz
“Fully enamored with The
, the first book of this saga, I looked forward to reviewing The Wayfarer’s
Road with great anticipation. Once more, author Janie Franz did not disappoint.
Not in the least. Her writing, characters and plot are exquisite…..While Jan-nell,
Mira-nell and Khrin couldn’t be more different, they complement each other well
and, in a short span of time, they learn they are not so different after all. Aside
from a life deeply rooted in song (but for young Mira-nell whose only interest to
learn is on an as-needed basis), each is misunderstood, longs for belonging, and
only cautiously trusts the other.
With childhood innocence, curiosity and honesty that cuts to
the quick of social construct, young Mira-nell is instrumental in teaching Jan-nell
and Khrin to question the comfort of their ingrained perceptions, including those
of sexual orientation…..Khrin’s intentions and Jan-nell’s ponderance of their possibility
reveals that one must honestly assess inner desire and realize that there are no
rules of engagement but for those imposed upon us. If the interaction between these
complex characters seems eerily confusing, the author is simply asking us, in a
not-so-subtle way, to challenge the comfort of our own limiting assumptions.”
Kim Clune, The Pagan and the Pen Book Reviews
“Though this is a short novel, it is packed with adventure,
suspense, and even romance. Janie Franz has created a society that could be anywhere
and any time in a society before technology. She delineates the character of her
main characters, digging deep into their own pasts to give us a true picture of
each person. Away from her village, Jan-nell is a different person and I enjoyed
meeting this new one who is a mother and must scrounge for food at times. She is
feisty, but she can take care of herself too…. What I liked most about this book
is the relationship between Jan-nell and Khrin. As they gradually become friendlier
and friendlier the two of them get into giant scrapes, but as they travel The Wayfarer’s
Road they get closer and closer to their own goals. And as the story unfolds there
is no way to know what the ending will be. I just enjoyed traveling the road with
Jan-nell, Khrin, and Mira-nell. After reading this I feel like I truly know these
people. With a straightforward yet slightly old fashioned way of writing and vocabulary,
this book speeds along in the world that Janie Franz has created in The Bowdancer
Saga. If you are looking for a way to escape from the modern world where you are
constantly connected, reading The Wayfarer’s Road will bring you to a time when
traveling was fraught with danger and communication required face to face interaction.”
Barbara Ehrentreu, Barbara’s Meanderings, author of If I Could Be Like Jennifer

List of other books

The Bowdancer (Book
One of the Bowdancer Saga)
Warrior Women (Book
Two of the Bowdancer Saga) (coming this summer)
Verses (first book of
The Lost Song Trilogy, Book Four of the Bowdancer Saga)
Refrain (second book of The Lost Song Trilogy, Book Five
of the Bowdancer Saga)
Coda (third book of
The Lost Song Trilogy, Book 6 of the Bowdancer Saga)
Discovery (Book One
of the Ruins Trilogy)
Artifacts (Book Two
of the Ruins Trilogy)
Sugar Magnolia
The Premier
The Neighbor

Books coming soon

Warrior Women (Book
Two of the Bowdancer Saga) (coming this summer)
Legacy (Book Three of
the Ruins Trilogy–work in progress)


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receive a copy of The Wayfarer’s Road in whichever format you require: PDF, epub,
or kindle. Just post a comment and I’ll select one reader at random. Feel free to
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Her Forever Cowboy

Title Her Forever Cowboy/Harland County Series/Book Four: Kevin

Genre Contemporary Western
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Single mother, Shayla Ryan, longs to put down roots
to create a stable environment for her baby girl and her younger sister, but the
threat of her abusive, ex-con father finding them has made that almost impossible.
Her newest residence in Harland County, however, holds
a lot of appeal, especially in the form of a Casanova cowboy with eye-catching good
looks and easy charm. Those two qualities took her down the wrong road before, and
though the sexy cowboy interferes with her pulse, she can’t let her heart get in
the way of the safety of her family, or give it to someone who doesn’t believe in
If there’s one thing software company vice president, Kevin Dalton, loves
more than puzzles, it’s women. Size, shape, race doesn’t matter as long as they
don’t want a relationship–he’s not looking to repeat the past, and more than happy
to remain single. Until two beautiful redheads drop him to his knees–one with her
cutie-pie smile, the other with her elbow. Too bad the elbow-toting beauty is both
hot and puzzling. A killer combination too strong to resist. And without realizing
it, the redheads slowly rewrite the code around his heart.
But when the danger from Shayla’s past shows up, can he rise to the challenge
to keep them safe…and really be what they need? A forever cowboy?

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Interview with Donna Michaels

Why did you write this
I wrote Kevin’s story- Her Forever Cowboy, because it’s the fourth
book in my Harland
County series, and frankly,
Kevin demanded it. lol The Casanova cowboy has sat back and watched three of his
buddies get their own books and felt it was his turn.
What is your favorite
genre to read?
The very same I love to write, Romance through the H’s–Hot,
Humorous & Heartwarming.
What is your favorite
character from fiction (not including your own)?
My favorite character from fiction is Ty Garrison from Jill Shalvis’
Lucky In Love, her fourth book in her wonderful Lucky Harbor Series. I’m a sucker
for a tortured hero, and if he’s military to boot, all the better.
Do you enjoy films and/or
TV shows? Which are you favorite?
Yes, both! Movies–I love romantic comedies, sci-fi, action,
fantasy, comedies, suspense, you name it, I love it. Favorites are many, but I’ll
try to narrow it down. LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring, Die Hard 3 With a Vengeance,
Two Weeks Notice, The Whole Nine Yards, and Frequency. As for TV shows, wow, again,
a lot. Love NCIS, Supernatural, Once Upon A Time, Faceoff, Ghost Hunters, Sherlock
and Doctor Who!
What are you working on
at the moment, and what are we likely to see from you in the coming months?
I’m currently working on three books. The first is a novella
for The Wild Rose Press tentatively titled Cowboy Payback. It’s the sequel to Cowboy-Sexy
I released with them last year. This is former Marine Captain Brett Brennan’s story
on how he has to deal with the fallout of the practical joke he played on his Navy
SEAL twin Finn, telling everyone his brother was engaged to a female Marine. Now,
the tables are turned and Brett finds himself in a fake engagement to his beautiful
former corporal. The second book is the next one in my Harland County Series, Book
Five/Jace-Her Healing Cowboy. Jace is a doctor and also part of the Texas National
Guard. He has a great bedside manner, is happy to help his friends, but like any
soldier, he has his own healing to do, and a pretty visitor from Colorado dishes
just what he needs. And finally, I’m also working on the first book in a Harland County spin-off series-Citizen Soldier Series–titled
Wyne and Dine, about the brother of the heroine in the third Harland book–Her Uniform
Cowboy. Brandi’s brother Sgt. Benjamin Wyne will kick off the series by becoming
the first of four Wyne brothers to find the right woman.
Please tell us about your
latest book.
Computer programmer Kevin Dalton loves women, but avoids relationships
and getting personal. Until he meets a resilient single mother and her sweet baby
girl who find their way past the security around his heart. Shayla Ryan is tired
of running from her ex-con father and wants to stay in Harland County
to put down roots. Too bad there’s a combustible chemistry between her and the Casanova
cowboy. He doesn’t do relationships and she’s looking for forever.

Author Bio

Donna is a multi published author of Romaginative Fiction. From
short to epic, sweet to hot, she writes most romance genres for two small presses
and is also self published. She lives in Northeastern PA
with her military husband, their four children and several rescued cats. Her print
books are Romance through the H’s–Hot, Humorous & Heartwarming. The first three
books in her Harland County Series–Unruly cowboys and the women who tame them–
Her Fated Cowboy, Her Unbridled Cowboy, and Her Uniform Cowboy have each received
a Reviewer Top Pick from Night Owl Reviews. Her Unbridled Cowboy was #12 at Preditors
& Editors Reader Poll for Best Romance 2013. Her Uniform Cowboy was voted Best
Cowboy in a Book/Reader’s Choice–LRC and was awarded the Crowned Heart of Excellence
by InD’tale Magazine. All three books in the series have been in the Amazon Top
100 under contemporary western. She’s hoping Her Forever Cowboy will keep up the

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The Healer’s Gift 
Title The Healer’s Gift
Genre Scottish Historical Paranormal Romance (Novella)
Author Willa Blair
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
The Healer’s Gift resolves the story of one of the most tormented
characters in Highland Healer. Coira MacDugall deserves the harshest punishment
for her actions in the Highlands. But her clan’s
new laird, Logan, defies her expectations. And the Healer’s gift changes everything
she thought she knew — about herself and the people around her.

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Publisher The Wild Rose Press
The Healer’s Gift is available exclusively on Amazon in print
and for Kindle until 2 July, when it will be available at all the usual outlets,
including iBooks, B&N, KOBO, AllRomanceEBooks.

Interview with Willa Blair

Why did you write this
When I finished Highland Healer, the first book in my Highland
Talents series, I wondered what might have happened to Coira after Toran sent her
home, and I knew if I wondered about her, then my readers did, too. The Healer’s
Gift is my first novella-length book.
I had to write The Healer’s Gift to see how Aileana’s healing
had changed her life. Could Coira be redeemed? Had she been? It was satisfying to
write Coira’s happy-ever-after, and I’m thrilled with the way her story turned out
and with Logen’s, as well. I hope my readers are, too.
What is your favorite
genre to read?
I love reading historical romance, especially Scottish historicals.
I grew up reading science fiction, so science fiction romance is a lot of fun, too.
I also enjoy romantic suspense and mysteries and contemporaries – wow, it’s hard
to pick just one.
What is your favorite character from fiction (not including your
own characters)?
From books I’ve read in the past few years, Gabriel Ross Sullivan,
“alpha mercenary and scoundrel” in Linnea Sinclair’s Gabriel’s Ghost (SFR),
is my favorite wounded hero. If I looked back over all the books I’ve read, I’d
have more of a list than you have room to include.
Do you enjoy films and/or
TV shows? Which are your favorites?
I do like both, but my husband and I rarely go to a movie theater
unless it’s for something we especially want to see on a big screen. We watch way
too much TV and keep our Netflix subscription active, which is how we watch most
Again, I have too many favorites to list, but two by Aaron Sorkin
stand out: West Wing and Sports Night, for their brilliant writing. And I loved
the twists that made the 2009 Star Trek movie into something fresh and new. And
of course, I’m eager to see Outlander, the upcoming STARZ series, when it comes
out this August.
What are you working on
at the moment, and what are we likely to see from you in the coming months?
I just sent Highland Troth, the third full-length book in my
Highland Talents series, to my Beta reader. Once I get comments back from her, I’ll
do a final revision before sending it to my editor at The Wild Rose Press, perhaps
even by the end of this month. Highland Troth is Jamie Lathan’s story. Here’s the info about it.
Jamie Lathan and Lathan fosterling Caitrin Fletcher were close
as children, but after she was called home, he never expected to see her again.
He certainly never imagined he’d be called upon to escort her to be betrothed to
another man. When their attraction reignites, Caitrin must choose between Jamie
and her father’s plans for her marriage-of-alliance. Jamie must find an honorable
way to ensure Caitrin’s future, even if it means sacrificing his own.
Once my editor has Highland Troth, I can focus on writing my
next novella. It will be a prequel to the Highland Talents series and will be included
in an anthology called Kissing the Highlander that will release on Valentine’s Day
2015. I’m thrilled to join Eliza Knight, Victoria Roberts, Terry Spear and
Vonda Sinclair in this venture. Keep an eye on our websites for more news. Kissing
the Highlander is going to be fabulous!
And of course, I’m working up ideas for at least two more novellas
in the Highland Talents series. I’m sure one will be Angus MacAnalen’s story. So
there’s more to come!
Please tell us about your latest book, Healer’s Gift.
Coira MacDugall paid with her life for her attack on the Highland
Healer. But her victim did more than heal Coira’s fatal wound that awful night.
Now drowning in the unwelcome emotions of others, Coira wonders if her new empathic
ability was meant as a gift or a curse. Logen MacDugall must discover who killed
three previous lairds if he hopes to survive for long in the position. He believes
Coira’s new sense can help him root out the conspirators, but after her disastrous
time in the Highlands, the last thing she wants
is to get involved with another laird. Logen must help Coira gain control of her
talent in time to save him and their clan from those intent on destroying MacDugall.
Can Coira believe this laird truly loves her? Or will her memories lead her to madness
Willa Blair 

Author Bio

Willa Blair is the award-wining author of Amazon and Barnes &
Noble bestselling Scottish historical paranormal romance and a contributor to USAToday’s
Happy Ever After romance blog. Her popular Highland Talents series, set in a pivotal
point in Scottish history, is filled with men in kilts, psi talents, and plenty
of spice. Available in ebook, print, and audiobook formats, the first three titles
will soon be joined by more novels of adventure and romance.

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