Ok... I'm ready for the snow to be gone now. We enjoyed the white Christmas, the trees adorned with icicles, the multicoloured lights blinking in the snow and the funky winter apparel that people cocooned themselves in. But Christmas is over now, the trees look a little sad with their drooping branches, the lights are mostly gone except for the few that will be left behind until spring and the pleasure of wearing the new winter apparel has pretty much faded. Enough is enough and I think I speak for most people in North America here... we no longer want to play with you Jack Frost so go away!
My latest historical is finally here and I am so happy to see it going up on the shelves. I love writing both the Argeneaus and historicals but it had been so long since I'd had the opportunity to write a historical that I feel immense relief to have returned to my roots. I hope you enjoy the Devil of the Highlands as it was a treat to write. Evelinde’s naiveté and courage combined with Cullen’s surprising gentleness and pride gets this couple into a lot of trouble and made this story really entertaining to write. You’ll see what I mean when you give this book a glance.