A Warrior Chief Must Decide Between Duty and Love in Heather McCollum’s ‘Highland Justice’ [REVIEW]

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In the Scottish Highlands, the new Sinclair chief metes out his own brand of justice. (Photo courtesy Canva)

He’s the new chief of a conquered clan. She’s the widowed caregiver to a house full of orphans. As he strives to bring an entire community in line, she merely wants to keep food on the table. As a series of mishaps draws the unlikely pair together, will they see love or treachery in one another’s eyes? Find out in Heather McCollum’s Highland Justice, the third installment of her Sons of Sinclair series (after Highland Warrior).

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In Sarah Morgan’s ‘The Christmas Sisters,’ It Is Never Too Late for a Mother to Teach Her Daughters New Life Lessons [REVIEW]

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The snowy Scottish Highlands may be the perfect place for family time. (Photo courtesy Canva)

They may be sisters, but they are three very different women leading complicated lives. But when their adoptive mother asks them to return to the family home in the snowy Highlands of Scotland, coming together may prove a challenge for all of them in Sarah Morgan’s The Christmas Sisters.

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Fall in Love with Sean-Paul Thomas’ ‘Audrey’ [EXCERPT]

A French actress sees potential in a young screenwriter in Audrey. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Who of us hasn’t dreamed of meeting a film star we found enchanting on the big screen? If we did, would we find the courage to speak or would we be too starstruck to make coherent conversation? And would the celebrity even be interested in getting to know us or would we simply be one more fan they offer a quick smile to before vanishing into thin air like an apparition? These are the kinds of questions we are presented with in Scottish author Sean-Paul Thomas’s new novel. In it, he deftly captures our imaginations with two unforgettable leading characters. Early reviewers praise this novel as a “romantic,” “magnificent read.” We hope you enjoy this sneak peek at Audrey. —J&H

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J’Nell Ciesielski’s ‘Beauty Among Ruins’ is Reminiscent of the Great Love Stories of Yesteryear [REVIEW]

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The future of a Scottish laird’s ancestral home is threatened in J’Nell Ciesielski’s Beauty Among Ruins. (Photo courtesy Canva)

She’s a frivolous American socialite. He’s a crusty Scottish laird. When their paths meet at his family’s home during the Great War, no one would guess that love could ever blossom between them. But can they make any mutual attraction they share last? Find out in J’Nell Ciesielski’s new historical novel, Beauty Among Ruins.

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Iris Johansen’s ‘The Persuasion’ Might Be the Perfect Summer Getaway [REVIEW]

Will he be able to protect the woman he loves? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A talented artist. The man she loves. A brilliant psychopath who will stop at nothing to keep them apart. In a game of life and death, who will come out triumphant? Find out in Iris Johansen’s dazzling new thriller, The Persuasion.

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