Saturday, December 17, 2016

The gift of A MAGICAL HIGHLAND SOLSTICE by Mary Morgan

What makes a more perfect gift than a good book? 
I present to you a great book for sisters, cousins, friends, co-worker, or any woman who loves medieval Scotland and it's sexy highlanders.

Giving an ebook is simple and fast. All you have to know is the receiver's email address. Almost everyone has an Amazon kindle and the ones who don't usually have a free kindle app on their computer, tablet, cell phone, or any device.
Here's the best part ~ No wrapping, no postage, no shipping and handling fees, and no waiting. The gift is guaranteed to arrive in your loved one's in box the day you send it.
Is there anyone you may have forgotten on your gift list?

☃Now for the important info☃
The book you'll not only want to read but also give this holiday season.

Released: December 2, 2016
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Scottish, paranormal, time-travel

Laird Cormac Murray has witnessed how love destroyed his own father after the death of his mother, and he vows to never take a wife. Yet, when he comes upon a bewildered lass traveling alone, he finds his heart will no longer listen to his mind. In the end, Cormac risks everything to claim the love of a woman not of his time.
Eve Brannigan loves helping others and baking. After winning a contest, she is stunned to learn that the Clan Murray has requested her assistance to cater to their guests during the holiday season. When a lost path in Scotland leads her to a handsome but gruff Highlander, Eve fights the temptation to allow love to enter her heart for the first time.
Can the Fae and the magic of the Yule season bring together two souls who have forsaken love? Or will tragedies from the past separate the lovers forever?

 I absolutely loved this book.
Cormac, a man who has placed his duty to his people above his own happiness. His loyal people who would do anything to see him achieve that illusive happiness. Eve, more adventurous than she ever knew. A perfect blend.
This is the book you'll want to curl up with on a cold winter night.

Giving her no time to protest, he grabbed her around the waist and hauled her up onto Fingal. When he mounted his horse and settled behind her, Cormac felt her body stiffen as he placed an arm around her waist. He leaned next to her ear. Her mass of curls brushed his face, and he inhaled her scent—one of different spices. Lust instantly surged forth, powerful and intense. “Relax,” he urged in a hoarse voice. Though he found it difficult to do so himself.

He felt her tremble, but she nodded. Giving a tug on the reins, they moved up the path.

With each steady trot, her body swayed and Cormac tried to focus on the road. The castle.
Fighting in the lists. Bathing in the icy waters of the loch. Anything, but the soft curves of the lass’s body pressing against his own. What was wrong with him? He prided himself on being a man always in control of his emotions—especially his lustful ones. Yet, now he found himself confused, tongue-tied, and his gut twisted into knots.

So deep in his thoughts, he did not notice Fingal veering off the main road until the lass let out a giggle. She had the most musical sound, and he found himself smiling. Guiding his horse back to the path, he could hear his men doing their best to contain themselves. A glance back confirmed William was coughing loudly and Gordon trying his best not to fall off his horse.

“I swear Fingal, I am tempted to trade ye in for another horse. Ye must be going blind, or worse, old.”

His horse let out a large snort.

Eve clicked her tongue in disapproval. “For shame, Mr. Murray. How cruel. I think he’s a kind animal. Perhaps it’s the man holding the reins who can’t see clearly the path in front of him?”

The lass was quick with the wit, he mused. “I dinnae ken your word, but ye may call me Cormac.” He leaned near her again. “And I can assure ye, I am nae blind, nor old.”

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This is an author you'll want to know~

Author Bio:
Award-winning Scottish paranormal romance author, Mary Morgan, resides in Northern California, with her own knight in shining armor. However, during her travels to Scotland, England, and Ireland, she left a part of her soul in one of these countries and vows to return.
Mary's passion for books started at an early age along with an overactive imagination. She spent far too much time daydreaming and was told quite often to remove her head from the clouds. It wasn't until the closure of Borders Books where Mary worked that she found her true calling--writing romance. Now, the worlds she created in her mind are coming to life within her stories.

Tags: Timetravel, Scottish, Medieval, Romance, Paranormal, Fae


  1. Thank you so much for your kind words about A MAGICAL HIGHLAND SOLSTICE! Loved visiting you today! :)

    1. Always a pleasure to have you on my blog, Mary. I can't wait to find out what you'll offer up next.

    2. Almost done with the first book in the Fenian Warriors series. Conn MacRoich is the first book. Three more contracted in the series. I'm "verra" happy. :)

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    1. It may be the only way I'll be able to finish shopping this year. Thanks for stopping by.

    2. I totally agree, Charlotte! Thanks for visting. :)

  3. Good Morning Sandy and Mary! Hope all your shopping is done. I gave several books this year. Did the happy dance because I didn't have to wrap them. I hate wrapping. It always looks like I wadded put the paper and stuck tape on it, maybe a bow, if it doesn't fall off. LOL Best of luck with A MAGICAL HIGHLAND SOLSTICE! Merry Christmas!

    1. Tena, I confess - I hate wrapping presents so badly, I actually had my kids wrap each others gifts when they were still at home. Gift bags are the best invention ever.

    2. As a bookseller for Borders Books, we wrapped customers presents. I learned the perfect, quickest way to wrap. However, gift bags are my favorite "go to" for wrapping. Thanks for stopping by, Tena! Merry Christmas to you, too! :)

  4. I love receiving books as presents, but no one every gives me any, thus I have to gift them to myself for the holidays. Such is life. Until recently, I was not one for historical romance, but devoured five novels in December. I've added this one to my list. Looking forward to reading.

    1. Well Brenda, at least you get books you know you'll enjoy. I recommend all of Mary's books.