Your #HighlanderFix has arrived!

Your #HighlanderFix has arrived!Highlander Betrayed by Laurin Wittig
Series: Guardians of the Targe #1
# Pages: 272
Format: eBook
on August 6, 2013
Hidden deep in the rugged Scottish Highlands lies the Highland Targe, an ancient relic guarded for centuries by clan MacAlpin. It is said the Targe can shield the heart of the Highlands from invaders and now, as part of his plan to crush the Scottish rebellion, the English king wants the Targe for himself...

Rowan MacGregor, orphaned niece to the chief of the MacAlpins and the rock her family depends upon, is worried. With the dwindling health of her aunt, the Guardian of the Targe, the protections that have kept the clan safe and prosperous are fading, and the new Guardian, one of her cousins, has yet to be chosen. Rowan wants nothing more than to see the clan protected again, but when it seems that will never happen, she despairs—even when a handsome and charming stranger comes to her aid.

Nicholas fitz Hugh is not what he seems. Half-English, half-Scottish, he turned his back on his Scottish heritage early in his life, giving his loyalty to England instead. Now he is a talented and cunning spy charged with finding and stealing the Highland Targe for his king.

But when Nicholas finds himself falling for the bonny Rowan and wanting to protect the family she holds so dear, he is forced to choose between his king’s will and his own: Will he betray his king and his mission? Or will he turn his back on the woman he has come to love?


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Are you enjoying Scottish romance brought to a TV near you? I think a lot of us are going to be a bit obsessed with Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander, and I hope that’s going to mean a lot of people are looking for more Scottish romances to read (before, after, or during their binge reading of the #Outlander series!).

Would you like your favorite Scottish romances to be featured?

Readers: Submit your recommendations here!

Authors: Submit your recommendations here!



Get your #Highlanderfix right here!

Get your #Highlanderfix right here!The Highlander's Reward by ELIZA KNIGHT
Series: The Stolen Bride Series Book #1
ISBN: 978-1478259541
Published by INDIE # Pages: 280
on July 2012
She belonged to another… But was destined to be his…

Lady Arbella de Mowbray abhors the idea of marrying an English noble occupying Scotland. When she arrives in Stirling, she is thrown into the midst of a full battle between the Scots and the English. Besieged by rebels, she is whisked from her horse by a Highland warrior who promises her safety. But when he kisses her she fears she's more in danger of losing herself.

The last thing Magnus Sutherland wants is to marry the beautiful English lass he saved. As the laird of his clan, he has a responsibility to his clan and allies. But when Arbella is attacked by one of his own men, he determines the only way to keep her safe is to make her his. A decision that promises to be extremely satisfying.

Magnus brings Arbella to his home of Dunrobin Castle in the Highlands. And that’s where the trouble begins… Their countries are at war and they should be each other’s enemy. Neither one considered their mock marriage would grow into a deeply passionate love. What’s more, they were both unhappily betrothed and those who've been scorned are out for revenge. Can their new found love keep them together or will their enemies tear them apart?



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Are you enjoying Scottish romance brought to a TV near you? I think a lot of us are going to be a bit obsessed with Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander, and I hope that’s going to mean a lot of people are looking for more Scottish romances to read (before, after, or during their binge reading of the #Outlander series!).

Would you like your favorite Scottish romances to be featured?

Readers: Submit your recommendations here!

Authors: Submit your recommendations here!



Delivering your #Highlanderfix this fine Monday

Delivering your #Highlanderfix this fine MondaySapphire Dream by Pamela Palmer
Series: Jewels of Time book 1
Published by INDIE # Pages: 278
Format: eBook
on November 19, 2013
The last thing Brenna Cameron expected when she arrived at Castle Stour on the coast of Scotland, seeking answers about a past she doesn’t remember, was to find herself transported to a seventeenth-century pirate ship complete with dangerous crew and a handsome captain who is less than pleased to have her aboard. 

Rourke Douglas, captain of the Lady Marie, knows the appearance of this lovely stranger is linked to the prophecy that has haunted his family for years. When the fiery-haired beauty materializes on his ship, courtesy of the sapphire pendant she wears around her neck, and a bit of meddling magic, Rourke wants nothing more than to send her back to wherever she came from. But something about Brenna stirs his wounded soul, and Rourke knows he cannot outrun his destiny any longer.

Hurry the price for the next 16 hours is 99 cents at Amazon

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Are you enjoying Scottish romance brought to a TV near you? I think a lot of us are going to be a bit obsessed with Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander, and I hope that’s going to mean a lot of people are looking for more Scottish romances to read (before, after, or during their binge reading of the Outlander series!).

Would you like your favorite Scottish romances to be featured?

Readers: Submit your recommendations here!

Authors: Submit your recommendations here!


TODAY’S HIGHLANDER FIX- Laiden’s Daughter by Suzan Tisdale

TODAY’S HIGHLANDER FIX- Laiden’s Daughter by Suzan TisdaleLaiden's Daughter by SUZAN TISDALE
Series: The Clan MacDougall Series
Published by INDIE # Pages: 255
Format: eBook
on December 5, 2013
Scotland, 1344

She believes men are not honorable nor are they kind-until she meets one that changes her heart forever.

Betrayed by lies told before her birth, Aishlinn is raised by a harsh and cruel stepfather. Her life is forever changed one horrifying night when she is forced to flee England for the safety of the Scottish Highlands. Rescued by a fierce band of highland warriors, Aishlinn soon learns that honorable men do exist. She finds a strength she never knew she possessed and it will be tested to the limits when she is forced to make a heart-wrenching decision…allow the English to kill those she loves, or surrender for the crime she committed.

She is everything he never knew he wanted in a woman….

As a fierce highland warrior, Duncan McEwan has survived numerous battles, bed countless women, and survived a horrific storm at sea. He has scaled mountains and even survived hand-to-claw battle with a cat-o’mountain. But none of that could have prepared him for how his life forever changed one fateful spring day when he rescued a lass from a freezing stream. He will do anything to keep her as his own and will risk everything to keep her out of the hands of the English.


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Are you enjoying Scottish romance brought to a TV near you? I think a lot of us are going to be a bit obsessed with Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander, and I hope that’s going to mean a lot of people are looking for more Scottish romances to read (before, after, or during their binge reading of the Outlander series!).

If you have a favorite Scottish read, please let me know via this form. If you write Scottish romances and would like me to feature your book(s) let me know via the same form.

Release day on both sides of the Atlantic!

Book release days are always nerve wracking but they are also incredibly exciting!

Highlander Avenged by Laurin Wittig bookcoverHighlander Avenged, book II in the Guardians of the Targe trilogy releases worldwide today in Kindle format, paperback, and audio (read by the incredible Phil Gigante).

As the Guardians of the Targe saga continues, a deal struck between a beautiful, grieving healer and a wounded Highland soldier soon pits passion against duty—and one clan against the might of the English.

The first review is up: “Wonderful little gem to discover! Fantastic and captivating till the very end!”

Read an excerpt here!

Get a Kindle/paperback/audio copy (read by Phil Gigante!) of your very own from Amazon.
Paperback & audio also available from Barnes and Noble.

But wait, there’s more!

German edition of The Devil of Kilmartin book coverMy award winning debut novel The Devil of Kilmartin releases today in German translation, as Die Heilerin von Lamont (The Healer of Lamont). I am so excited to bring this story to my German language readers for the first time!

Nach dem Tod ihres Vaters bleibt Elena of Lamont keine Wahl: Um dem brutalen Clansmann zu entkommen, der fest entschlossen ist, sein Verlangen nach Macht – und nach ihr – zu stillen, flieht sie mitten in der Nacht aus der Burg ihrer Ahnen. Aber kaum dem einen gefährlichen Mann entronnen, landet sie direkt in den Armen des nächsten. Und dessen leidenschaftliche Zärtlichkeiten bergen ganz eigene Risiken …

Als Anführer des Lachlan-Clans schwört Symon MacLachlan, das rothaarige Mädchen zu beschützen, dessen sanfte Hände ihn von den Dämonen befreien, die ihm den Verstand zu rauben drohen.

Obwohl sie es abstreitet, ist er davon überzeugt, dass sie die legendäre Lamont-Heilerin ist.

Verzweifelt sehnt er sich nach ihrer heilenden Berührung – und nach mehr. Er weiß, er muss sie zu der Seinen machen. Aber wird es ihm gelingen, die Liebe der faszinierenden Frau zu gewinnen, die schon längst sein Herz gestohlen hat?

Get a Kindle/paperback/audio copy of your very own from

And don’t forget that I’m participating in two big giveaways going this month: The Midsummer’s Dream Giveaway (14 authors, incredible prizes!), and The Jewel’s of Historical Romance June Giveaway ($50 gift card!). Information and links are on my home page.

Highlander Avenged – Read an excerpt!

Highlander Avenged by Laurin Wittig bookcover

The wren fluttered in a nearby holly tree, fussing at her now, as if to chide her for lingering in its territory. Jeanette looked about her to get her bearings and realized that she was very near the one place that had always been peaceful, had always reinforced her sense of calm — the sacred wellspring where she used to watch her mother make offerings and prayers to the power of the Targe. Tears she refused to shed clogged her throat. Visiting the wellspring would not be the same without her mum, but at least she might feel closer to her there and might be able to draw some small comfort from that.

She quickened her pace up the rocky trail and soon made it to the top of the path where it turned left around the shoulder of the ben. She stepped onto an almost imperceptible track to the right that she knew wrapped around a large moss covered stone outcropping. From there it ran a hundred feet or more to the shallow cave that sheltered the wellspring where crystal clear water poured forth from a crack in the mountain, splashing into an icy pool before it ran down the benside to the loch.

Anticipation had her rushing down the track even faster than she had climbed the ben. She came round the last curve, hopped over the water that escaped down the ben, and skidded to a stop in the small cleared area just outside the cave.

It took a moment for her to understand what she saw there.

A man knelt in profile next to the pool of water. A shaft of sunshine cut through the shadows turning his bare torso golden, and picking out strands of almost white-blond hair on his head. He stopped, just as he was about to pour water over his right arm, and looked over his shoulder at her. He smiled and it was dazzling.

Jeanette blinked, and blinked again, as she started considering what she should do. Here was a stranger. Should she run or stand her ground? She slowly let her hand settle over her sgian dhu, her small knife.

“Are you mute, then, lass?”

His voice, deep and laced with humor, shocked her out of her thoughts. She couldn’t help but watch as he reached for the tunic laying by his feet, and pulled it over his sun-kissed skin before rising and facing her, grinning at her now. His shirt stuck to his wet skin, drawing her attention to his chest and rippled stomach, drawing her eye—

She gasped and snapped her gaze back up to meet his. He didn’t look English with his shoulder-length dark blond hair, braided at the temples, and his well faded plaid that he wore with ease. But neither had Nicholas, their new chief, looked English when first he came among them. Yet, somehow, Jeanette had always known Nicholas was an honorable man and that had proved true. She couldn’t say exactly why, but she had the same sense about this man.

And then she remembered what her mum had always told her: “You are a fine judge of character, my sweet Jeanette. I do not understand how, but you always seem to ken the truth of someone when first you meet.” The memory was both sweet and melancholy.

“Lass?” he asked, his grin even wider now, lending a twinkle to his green and brown hazel eyes.

Instinct warred with recent experience and instinct won out. He might be an honorable man, but that did not mean she trusted him. Not yet.

“What are you doing here?” she finally snapped, setting her fists on her hips. She would find no comfort here in the company of a stranger and she wanted him gone. “Who are you?”

“I could ask the same of you,” he said.

“Nay, you could not. This is my family’s land and you do not belong here. I ask again, who are you?”

The man folded his arms across his chest and cocked his head at her, his grin firmly in place as if he thought it disarming. Which it was.

Jeanette notched her chin up and waited for him to answer her questions. He was the interloper here. He was the one shattering the serenity of the place with his skin and his smile and his eyes.

“I am Malcolm MacKenzie,” he said finally.

She nodded. “Where is your home?”

“In the north, west of Inverness. Now who are you, and whose land is this?”

“Come away from the pool.” She desperately wanted him away from her mother’s place, and motioned for him to join her outside the sheltering rock, but as he passed her the almost transparent damp linen of his tunic revealed a large festering wound on his upper right arm. She grabbed his arm at the elbow, stopping him. “What happened?”

Malcolm looked down, a swear hissing from his lips.

“’Tis nothing,” he said, but when he went to pull away from her she held him fast, already pushing his sleeve up, exposing the long, oozing gash on his upper arm.

She could tell from the faint marks around the edges of the wound that it had been inexpertly stitched at one point. But the stitches were gone now, and yet it still oozed and there were faint red lines leading away from it.

She looked up at him. The grin had been replaced with a scowl, the twinkle no longer in his eyes.

Highlander Avenged by Laurin Wittig bookcoverWant to read more?

Highlander Avenged, book II in my Guardians of the Targe trilogy, is available for pre-order now. Release date is Tuesday, June 24th, 2014!

Triskele - the symbol found on the Targe stone in the Guardians of the Targe series

Triskele – the symbol found on the Targe stone in the Guardians of the Targe series

What’s new and coming soon!

One Day, Two Books, Two Languages!

Highlander Avenged by Laurin Wittig bookcoverJune 24th is going to be a one of those wonderful and nerve wracking days. I am so lucky to haveHighlander Avenged, book II in my Guardians of the Targe trilogy, releasing on Tuesday, June 24th.

As the Guardians of the Targe saga continues, a deal struck between a beautiful, grieving healer and a wounded Highland soldier soon pits passion against duty—and one clan against the might of the English.

From a reviewer on Goodreads: The historical details are spot-on, and her legends and lore are carefully woven into the stories so well that they are truly believable, their magic creating a rich web of fantasy that creates a lush backdrop for her love-to-end-all-loves romances.

German edition of The Devil of Kilmartin book coverI’m even luckier to have my very first novel, The Devil of Kilmartin, released for the first time in a foreign language edition!

Die Heilerin von LamontKilmartin-Glen-Serie, (in English that’s The Healer of Lamont,otherwise known as The Devil of Kilmartin) will be available on the same day, June 24th, in German, joining my Legacy of MacLeod series in that language.


TO CELEBRATE: We’re Having a Party!

On Sunday, June 22, I’ll be joining my good friend and fellow Jewel of Historical Romance, Glynnis Campbell, to celebrate book releases from both of us. We’ll be partying all day in the Jewels Salon, and there will of course be prizes!

HA Salon release party


TO CELEBRATE: There’s a Massive Midsummer’s Dream Giveaway!

Okay, so this is about more than my new books but I’m claiming it as part of my personal celebration! Going on now through June 27th is the Midsummer’s Dream Giveaway:

14 bestselling authors of historical romance have banded together to bring our readers an incredible giveaway to celebrate the summer reading season!
Prizes include:
Grand Prize: iPad mini OR Kindle Fire HDX plus a Scottish Highland Title
2nd Prize: Kindle Paperwhite OR Kobo Glo OR Nook GlowLight
3rd Prize: Basket of signed books, tea & goodies
4th Prize: Audiobook Collection
5th Prize: 1 ebook from each participating author
Plus 5 6th Prize Winners: $10 gift certificate to the ebook store of the winner’s choice

Enter the giveaway HERE



TO CELEBRATE: Another Giveaway!

giftcard 50I’ve joined with eleven other amazing historical romance authors – collectively we call ourselves the Jewels of Historical Romance - to offer up a monthly contest. This month’s prize is a $50 Gift Cardto the ebookstore of the winner’s choice!

All the instructions are here. It’s a simple contest that only takes a few minutes to enter and now that we’re using Rafflecopter you get 2 entries for entering, with the possibility of many more. Contest ends June 30, 2014, so don’t wait!

BONUS: This month I’m the featured Jewel and I have an excerpt from Highlander Avenged posted in the contest! See, I’m celebrating all over the place!



It’s a virtual book tour!

The Winter Stone Blog Tour Hits the Road
4/21 – 4/27!


Each day we’re featuring different things so don’t miss any of our stops!

April 21: RELEASE DAY!!!  Happy Ever After/USA Today kicks us off – an interview with all three of us: Tanya Anne Crosby, Laurin Wittig, & Glynnis Campbell

April 22: Night Owl Reviews – spotlight on The Winter Stone

April 23: Pebble in the Still Waters – Meet Glynnis Campbell, read how we dreamed up The Winter Stone anthology, and a review

April 24: Got Fiction -Meet Laurin Wittig & read an excerpt of MacAlister’s Hope, Laurin’s novella in The Winter Stone

April 25: Miss Ivy’s Book Nook – Meet Tanya Anne Crosby & read an excerpt of Once Upon a Highland Legend, Tanya’s novella in The Winter Stone & a review

April 26: Romance Junkies – Spotlight on The Winter Stone & read an excerpt of The Outcast, Glynnis’s novella in The Winter Stone

April 27: I Would Rather Be Reading - Spotlight on The Winter Stone & a review

And we’re giving away…

Stop by at least one of these blogs to get information about how to enter our THE WINTER STONE BLOG TOUR GIVEAWAY. Each of our novellas connects to one of our existing series and we’re giving away one ebook from those series to one lucky reader.


The Winter Stone – Scottish Medieval Novellas!

The Winter Stone, a collection of three brand new, never before published, Scottish medieval novellas from bestselling authors Tanya Anne Crosby, Glynnis Campbell, and me, is available for preorders at Amazon, Kobo, and iTunes for just .99 (regularly $4.99)! It will also be available at Barnes and Noble for .99 starting on release day, April 21st. The sale price is good for all preorders and one week only after release!


Tanya, Glynnis, and I have been having so much fun planning these novellas. Not only are they all connected to each other with an ancient Celtic legend — the legend of the Winter Stone (Is the stone magic? We leave that up to you to decide!) — but they are also each connected to one of our existing series.


In The Winter Stone you’ll get
three novellas connected to…



♥  Did you love Tanya Anne Crosby’s latest book, HIGHLAND FIRE?
You’ll need to read ONCE UPON A HIGHLAND LEGEND, a Guardians of the Stone novella

Annie McPherson has gone through her entire life a bit lost. She’s about to find herself misplaced in time as well, where she must take her place as a guardian and find a way to restore the faith of a powerful chieftain. Will she win his heart as well?


Devil 1-2014♥ Do you wish I’d written another book to go along with THE DEVIL OF KILMARTIN?
♥♥ You’ll want to read MacALISTER’S HOPEa Kilmartin Glen novella (especially if you loved Wee Fia!)

Kieron MacAlister has always loved Fia MacLachlan, a wee fey lass he met years ago who, with her sweet smile and surprising insight, changed his life. When he comes face-to-face with the beautiful woman she’s grown into, can he convince her to change her life, too?


51WNdTz5HnL._AA160_♥ Can’t get enough of Glynnis Campbell’s CAPTURED BY DESIRE (written as Kira Morgan, and soon to be rereleased!)?
♥♥ You’ll love THE OUTCAST, a Shadow of the Queen novella

Lachlan Mar, a disfigured and broken Scots warrior, doesn’t believe anything can mend the wounds of war until Alisoune Hay, a brilliant and beautiful young lass, stumbles into his cottage and his life, healing his hurt and his heart with the most magical power of all–love. 


Sounds fun, doesn’t it? But here’s the thing –

We need your help getting the word out about this new book!

If you are on Facebook, you can go to my page and share the meme/image you see at the top and the bottom of this blog post (click on it and it will take you to my page) by no later than midnight EST, Sunday, 2/23/14, and you’ll be entered to win an autographed copy of the original paperback edition of The Devil of Kilmartin, the perfect read before or after reading The Winter Stone. :-) International readers, you can enter this, too!

Tanya and Glynnis are also offering one of their signed paperbacks, but you have to share it from each of their pages to be eligible for their gift books. Hurry, each of us has a different deadline but they are all just a few days away at the most!

Not on Facebook or you missed the signed book giveaway? No worries! We’ll be putting up another giveaway on our brand new website very soon. We have a really awesome grand prize lined up, along with three other fun prizes, so stay tuned for the link when it goes live. We’ll be posting the website link on our FB pages, via Twitter, and on our own websites, too, so there will be plenty of places to find us. Even better, if you aren’t already signed up for my newsletter, do that here. That way you’ll never miss news or a contest.

We would be so grateful for any sharing on FB, tweeting, pinning, or just telling your friends about our book! Let me know how you share our news and I’ll give you a shout out on Facebook! You can post on my Facebook page or comment on this post.

Interested yet?

One ancient Scottish legend,
three enchanting brand new novellas
from three beloved authors.
Get your copy now!



Lots of hugs for everyone and thanks so much for your help in spreading the word about The Winter Stone!!!



Five Unforgettable Knights is on sale!

knights_3dDon’t miss Five Unforgettable Knights – a boxed set of five complete novels by five bestselling authors of medieval romances (PLUS a bonus soundtrack).

On sale January 6 – 12, 2014 for just .99!

You get books by Tanya Anne Crosby, Claire Delacroix, Colleen Gleason, Glynnis Campbell, and me, plus a bonus 12-song download, A Little Knight Music, a wonderful medieval-inspired soundtrack by Rich Campbell, bassist for the band America, all for less than a buck – that’s $8 off the regular price!

Order Five Unforgettable Knights on AmazonKoboiTunes, or Barnes and Noble.

Don’t wait! The sale price is only good until January 12th, then the price goes back the the regular $8.99.

Plus, the Five Unforgettable Knights ride off into the sunset on February 1st, 2014, and will no longer be available as a set (individual books will still be available, though!).