Welcome to Medieval Monday in the Tavern! The Highlanders have taken over!
As you can see on the front page of my website, Wishes Under a Highland Star is now featured. I'm beyond excited to share this story with the world. It was truly a labor of love writing Alex and Aine's love story. If you've followed the adventures of the MacFhearguis clan, then you would have met Alex in my debut novel, Dragon Knight's Sword. At that time, the Dragon Knights considered any one from the MacFhearguis clan to be their enemy.
However, much has changed since the first story and both clans have buried (well, for today) their animosity towards each other.
Let's take a peek into this Highland romance...
The stars collide when a half-Fae lass captures a Highland chieftain.
As chieftain for his clan, Alex MacFhearguis struggles with the burden of an unwanted responsibility. With the midwinter feast approaching, he flees his castle to find comfort and solitude within the forest. Yet on his quest, Alex stumbles into a world filled with magic, mysteries, and a woman with beguiling eyes who could capture his heart.
When half-Fae Aine Fraser makes a powerful wish, her simple request unlocks the magic she possesses and brings forth a Highlander into her world. Though the man has lost all his memories, she finds her attraction growing for this brooding warrior with each passing day. Unable to deny her feelings, Aine risks everything when she confesses her greatest secret.
Can a beauty who wished for a champion tame the beast of Leòmhann Castle?
The preorder links (digital and print) will be arriving soon. Yet if you're a member of Booksprout, there are a limited number of ARC's (advanced reader copy) available to read and review! Booksprout review copy HERE!
Before you leave, check out these wonderful posts from the other Ladies of Medieval Monday here:
Barbara Bettis: http://www.barbarabettis.com/index.php/blog/
Anastasia Abboud: https://www.anastasiaabboud.com/a-little-romance
Until next Monday, may your dreams be filled with Highlanders!