I have been trying to do more promoting of books this past few weeks. You may have seen some this month, and I will keep doing it, because the authors deserve some shout-outs.
Today’s book is a Historical Romance, and you guys know me and my love for that genre.
“The Seduction of the Glen“, written by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple, is a Scottish Historical Romance, the fifth book in The Glen Highland Romance series, published on April 30, 2020.
Happy Release day!!
A fierce Highland warrior, loyal to his king. His beautiful English captive. He has promised her protection, but will he have to risk his own life to do so?
John Sinclair, faithful warrior for Robert the Bruce, makes a fateful wager with his brother: whoever wins Aislynn’s affections will wed her. Only Aislynn de Valence, niece to the English King, is a captive of the Bruce, sent to the Highlands as a prisoner and for her own protection. The last thing she wants it to wed her enemy.
To win the wager and the woman, John woos Aislynn with his whole heart.
But the Highlands are unstable, clan fighting against clan. And no one in the Highlands is ready to welcome an Englishwoman into their midst.
When Aislynn learns that she was nothing more than a prize in a wager, she decides she’s had enough of Scotland and its Highlanders.
Can John convince Aislynn of his true intentions and protect her when she needs him the most?
About the Author
She started reading when she was 3 years old, writing when she was 4, and published her first poem at age 16. Her interest in logic and rhetoric began when she was 4 years old, and her mother bought her first logic puzzle book. She then read those puzzle books, Encyclopedia Brown books, and Two-Minute Mysteries regularly.
Michelle has always been an avid reader on all subjects, but has a special love for both horror and romance literature. Her two favorite authors are Stephen King and Diana Gabaldon.
Her favorite historical romance genres include: Scottish (love those Highlanders!) medieval, renaissance, ancient, and Viking, but she will read just about anything!
She is currently working on other writing curricula texts and several novels of different genres, including historical paranormal romance and literary fiction.
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