Saturday, January 8, 2011

New Fiction Coming with Scottish Characters!

The MacGregor Quest Series
#Christianfiction, #Colonial #Scottish
 
Book 1 - The Forbidden Conquest
Scotland, 1760
One conquest could destroy her, but avenge his family.
The Forbidden Conquest is the story of a highlander seeking revenge, but when the bargaining price becomes too great of a moral sacrifice, he must find a way to reverse his deeds and save the woman he loves.
 
Book 2 - The War Woman
North Carolina, 1780
One spy. One commission. One love.
He must risk it all to gain everything.
The War Woman is the story of a colonial spy who thwarts the British Captain seeking to uncover her identity, until she is caught, and he must risk everything to save her or forever lose her.
 
Book 3 - Imperfect Pieces
Lake Erie, Ohio (1813)
She wants to live in the past. He wants to step into the future.
Will either of them recognize the love between them now?
Imperfect Pieces is the story about a family learning to battle the heartache of grief, while growing in their faith, and risking the opportunity to love again.

Highland Crossings Novella, Jan 2012
1) Healer of My Heart (1740) by Pamela Griffin
2) Printed on My Heart (1758) by Laurie Alice Eakes
3) Sugarplum Hearts (1789) by Gina Welborn
4) Heart's Inheritance (1815) by Jennifer Hudson Taylor

The four stories in  Highland Crossings is centered around the lives of the McKay and McPherson cousins and their descendants. A priceless brooch is given to an ancestress for a good deed she once performed for the imprisoned Mary Queen of Scots and serves as the motivation that tears the family apart. It plays a role in bringing the sisters together after twenty years of separation, gives a daughter a start on her dreams, and a granddaughter a new plan for the future. Each finds her way in the New World, the new nation, and a new century, finding God’s purpose for their lives and the loves of their hearts.
 
Please Note: Until books are published all titles and release dates are subject to change. 
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