Sunday, May 26, 2013

Does He Looked Cross-Eyed to You?

Or just interested in a meal?

I really liked the tigers at the zoo because they show real interest in you. Whereas the lions just sleep, and the jaguars and pumas pace too much. But often when I go to the zoo, the tigers will watch me and I can get a good picture. :) 

I would definitely not want to move to close to him in that enclosure.

What's your favorite animal at the zoo???

I'm reading over Jaguar Hunt and making final changes, and then I've got to get back to A Hero of a Highland Wolf.

But I had some exciting news about a couple of other books. 

An agent (Louise Fury of the L. Perkins Agency) is representing my publisher and featuring two of my books at the BEA conference this weekend for foreign rights sales!!!

Nothing may come of it, but I'm excited that they will be featured and who knows? 

Winning the Highlander's Heart
The Accidental Highland Hero 

Winning the Highlander's Heart
Winning the Highlander's Heart--Book 1

Lady Anice vows to flee the amorous advances of King Henry I, and return to her home in the Highlands, where she hopes to find a laird to wed, when she learns her staff has vanished. Premonitions of imminent danger warn her of foul play and she is certain she is cursed when it comes to marriage.

The king orders the Highlander Laird Malcolm MacNeill, seeking an English bride, to provide the lass safe escort and learn what has become of her staff. Escorting her home safely proves a dangerous trial in and of itself and keeping his heart out of the matter, when the king wishes her wed to one of his loyal barons instead, complicates issues further. Losing his heart to the lass means Malcolm could very well lose his head.


The Accidental Highland Hero
The Accidental Highland Hero--Book 2

Lady Eilis Dunbarton’s life undergoes a drastic change with the death of her cousin, Agnes. Now she’s faced with the disagreeable prospect of marrying the man who was to be her cousin’s husband. Not by a change of contract, though. Instead, by deceit—pretending to be her cousin. But if her husband-to-be discovers she’s not really Agnes, her life is forfeit. So what choice does Eilis have but to flee?
When Laird James MacNeill’s clan rescues a half-drowned lass from the sea, there is speculation she is of the enemy clan, especially since she doesn’t remember her own name. James is immediately enticed with the lady, but his focus must remain on finding the proper bride. For if he does not wed soon, he must give up his holdings to one of his younger brothers.
Focus slips away with each day Eilis is close, and James finds himself contemplating the thought of taking her to wife without knowing her true identity.
But how dangerous would the end result be?
And what will happen if Eilis’s husband-to-be comes looking for her only to find her in the arms of another man?
B & N

Audio Book

"Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy IS reality."

No comments: