TEMPTATION OF A HIGHLAND SCOUNDREL
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Release Date: July 26, 2011
♦ READ MORE
♦ GLEN TOUR •• Visit the Glen of Many Legends!
♦ PREQUEL •• The Foretelling
♦ MINI-EXCERPT I •• Before the Revels
♦ MINI-EXCERPT II •• Above the Dreagans’ Bath
♦ FUN FACTS
♦ READ REVIEWS
The second book in the Highland Warriors trilogy…
Three proud warriors locked in a struggle for victory.
Three beguiling women united in their vow to restore peace.
Despite an official peace, old conflicts smolder in the Glen of Many Legends. Kendrew Mackintosh, Chieftain of his clan, is famed as both a bold and hot-blooded warrior and a sensual lover. He has no intention of settling down . . . until he kisses a forbidden beauty whose passion matches his own.
Highborn and gently raised, Lady Isobel Cameron has long harbored a secret fascination for the fearless, charismatic Mackintosh—even though her brother is his sworn enemy. When destiny draws them together for one night, she can’t resist him. But what begins as a flirtation soon becomes a fight for survival. A deadly new threat has come to the glen, and Kendrew and Isobel must learn to trust and protect one another—or pay the ultimate price.
RT Top Pick — 4.5 Stars
“Welfonder’s second installment in the Highland Warriors trilogy is even better than the first! This finely crafted, highly emotional romance is populated by heroes whose lives are defined by the concept of honor and strong-willed heroines who don’t accept surrender as a possibility. Intricately woven into history and legends is a sensual love story. All elements combine to create an incredible read.”
—Kathe Robin, Romantic Times
“The sexual tension between Isobel and Kendrew is off the charts. I also loved how they learned to believe in their love and each other.”
—The Book Girl
“Sue-Ellen writes Scotland as only a person who has walked the land and left a piece of herself there which she truly has.”
“For anyone who enjoys watching two stubborn and strong-willed individuals losing themselves to love.”
—The Fiction Enthusiast
“Welfonder is able to place the reader in Scotland with such accuracy you feel the mist upon your face and see the men in kilts standing on the hillside embracing the woman they love.“
—Mary Gramlich, The Reading Reviewer
Suggested reading order for the Scottish medievals:
January 3, 2011
Aug. 1, 2011
March 1, 2009
October 1, 2009