Book #4 in my Scottish Highlanders series, Falling for the Highlander, is now on sale at your local bookstores and online...Yay! It's about Jo and Saidh's friend, Murine, whom we met in To Marry A Scottish Laird and then again in The Highlander Takes a Bride. In it Murine escapes one fire only to end up in a completely different fire in the arms of one of the Buchanan brothers. Yes, the Buchanan brothers are just as funny, devilish, brave and loyal to those they love as ever! <G>
The cover for Falling for the Highlander, is getting a big thumbs up from readers (so pretty! ;-) and the story is getting rave reviews as well.
We decided to celebrate the new release of book #4 in Lynsay's latest Highlanders series, Falling for the Highlander, by holding a contest. All you have to do is chat about the book! Review it, chat about it, tell friends your thoughts on the story and you'll automatically be entered for a chance to win one of four advance copies of Lynsay's next release, Immortal Unchained. And there will be one grand prize winner that will not only get an advance copy of Immortal Unchained (wow!) but also a signed limited editon hardcover copy of the Falling for the Highlander. To enter go here.
As for what's coming up next...
In my Highlanders series...
Edith's story will be coming up next though I don't have a release date as of yet. And I just handed the story in for the sixth installment to my Scottish Highlanders series. The Buchanan brothers aren't going anywhere so stay tuned for more hints and teasers about these two upcoming books.
In my Argeneau series...
The next installment of the Argeneau series will be coming at the end of March. It's called Immortal Unchained and it involves Drina's brother, Domitian, and an independent, stubborn, no nonsense cop named Sarita. Due to circumstances beyond their control they're forced together and will have to learn to work together if they want to escape their gilded cage.
And I've started working on the next Argeneau (book #27). I should get back to it as I'm in the middle of tense scene that I'm itching to finish. Chat later! ;-)