My publisher’s special deal ($2.99) for Sins of a Highland Devil (ebook) ends tomorrow, Sept. 3rd.
So this is a friendly reminder.
If you haven’t yet read this book, now is your last chance to nab an e-copy at a super price.
This book has one of my all-time favorite heroines, Catriona MacDonald.
Her hero, James Cameron, is pretty special, too.
They made a great hero and heroine and I really love this book.
I’d like to thank everyone who picked up a copy. Either when the book originally released or during this current promotion. Please know I appreciate your support!
For anyone interested, and who has not yet read the book, you can learn more below…
Here is my original announcement…
Here’s why I’m so pleased…
Sins of Highland Devil (ebook) is now available for $2.99!
My publisher is featuring the book in their Sizzling Summer Reads promotion.
Between now and September 3rd, Sins of a Highland Devil will be at this super price.
It’s a limited offer, so if you haven’t yet read this book and have an e-reader, now is a great time to pick up and enjoy the first title in my Highland Warriors trilogy.
I’m so pleased that GCP (my publisher) is including the book in this summer promotion.
$2.99 really is a super price.
So if you missed the book when it released, now is an excellent time to meet Catriona and her hero, James.
I shared the book’s blurb yesterday.
Today, I’ll share how the blurb looks on the back cover..
I’ll also share the special ‘The Dish’ letter at the back of the book.
‘The Dish’ is a ‘Dear Reader’ letter.
My publisher asks authors to write them for each book. It’s believed that readers enjoy seeing the author’s thoughts on a story.
I know I appreciate such letters in books I read for pleasure. I like discovering a writer’s view of her story. What inspired her to write it. Tidbits that make the tale all the more special.
In the hope that you also enjoy such insights…
Here is my ‘The Dish’ letter for Sins of a Highland Devil…
Wild, heather-clad hills, empty glens, and the skirl of pipes stir the hearts of many. Female hearts beat fast at the flash of plaid. Yet I’ve seen grown men shed tears at the beauty of a Highland sunset. So many people love Scotland, and those of us who do, know that our passion is a two-edged sword. We live with a constant ache to be there. It’s a soul deep yearning known as ‘the pull.’
In SINS OF A HIGHLAND DEVIL, the first book in my new Highland Warriors trilogy, I wanted to explore the fierce attachment Highlanders feel for their home glen. Love that burns so hotly, they’ll even lay down their lives to hold onto the hills so dear to them.
James Cameron and Catriona MacDonald, hero and heroine of SINS OF A HIGHLAND DEVIL, are bitter foes. Divided by centuries of clan feuds, strife, and rivalries, they share a fiery passion for the glen they each claim as their own. When a king’s writ threatens banishment, long-held boundaries blur and forbidden desires are unleashed. James and Catriona soon discover there is much pleasure to be found in each other’s embrace. But the price of their yearning must be paid in blood and the battle facing them could shatter their world.
Fortunately, true love can prove a more powerful weapon than any warrior’s sword.
There are a lot of swords in this story. And the fight scenes are fierce. But passions flare when blood is spilled as James and Catriona showed me each day during the writing of their tale.
It was an exhilarating journey.
Catriona is a strong heroine who will brave any danger to protect her home and to win the heart of the man she never believed could be hers. James is a hardened warrior, proud clan leader, and he faces his greatest challenge when his beloved glen is threatened.
Because SINS OF A HIGHLAND DEVIL is a romance, James and Catriona are triumphant. Their ending is a happy one. Numberless Highlanders after them weren’t as blessed. Later centuries saw the Clearances, while famine and other hardships did the rest. Clans were scattered, banished from their glens and hills as they were forced to sail to distant shores. Their hearts were irrevocably broken. But they kept their deep love of the land, their proud Celtic roots remaining true no matter where they settled.
Their forever yearning for home still beats in the heart of everyone with even a drop of Scottish blood. It’s the reason we feel ‘the pull.’
I hope you’ll enjoy watching as James’s and Catriona’s passion for their glen rewards them with a love more wondrous than their wildest dreams.
That’s my bit of book news.
With GCP including the book in their Sizzling Summer Reads promotion, I wanted to let you know that Sins of a Highland Devil is now available as a $2.99 ebook.
At least until September 3rd!
If you haven’t yet read the book, I hope you’ll pick up an e-copy here.
Have a great Monday, Tarts!
(we’ll return to my usual Monday funnies or grumbles next week, I promise)