Medieval Mondays are back!

Starting this Monday, January 29, 2018, a new series of Medieval Mondays start.

If you love medieval romance join me as fourteen authors of medieval romance (Laurel O’Donnell, Ashley York, Mary Morgan, Barbara Bettis, Cathy MacRae, Ruth A. Casie, Bambi Lynn, Lane McFarland, Judith Sterling Marshall, Sherry Ewing, Elisabeth Hobbes, Jenna Jaxson, Jenni Fletcher, and me 🙂 ) share snippets from one of their books, in a serialized fashion.

If you stop by each blog, every Monday, and leave a comment, you will be entered for a chance to win a variety of prizes to be awarded at the end of the tour.

My snippets will be from my new Highland Romance, A Wee Highland Predicament, which will be released on March 6, 2018. For those of you who have been asking for Ailsa’s story, this is it.

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Sometimes a bad boy can be a good man.

Lucas Grant’s brother is going to be furious. Lucas was supposed to secure a betrothal with a wealthy heiress to save his clan from financial ruin. But after meeting her, he cannot marry the detestable woman.

As he flees Edinburgh to escape her, he happens upon six men who are holding a lovely Highland lass captive. He can’t just leave her to whatever fate awaits, so he rescues her.

Well, perhaps rescue isn’t the right word…

When he learns the feisty lass he stumbled upon is Ailsa MacLennan, he sees another way to help his clan. He’s going to hold her for ransom.

But when she steals his heart, what will the ransom be?

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6 Responses to Medieval Mondays are back!

  1. Kimi Court says:

    But when she steals his heart, what will the ransom be? Oh, please be me? I don’t mind, not at all… lol

  2. cecigiltenan says:

    LOL. I hope you enjoy Ailsa’s “Wee Highland Predicament.”
    ❤ Ceci

  3. Ann Leeson says:

    I cannot wait 💜

  4. As part of my due diligence I have to read some medieval romance but I’m more of a medieval fantasy guy. I’m glad I found your books because they seem like they’ll still be entertaining for me as they really embrace medieval times.

    • cecigiltenan says:

      Due diligence? That’s a phrase I haven’t heard since leaving regulatory affairs in the pharmaceutical industry. I think I might love a job where due diligence was accomplished by reading novels. 😉 I do hope you enjoy reading my books. I aim for historical accuracy regarding social conventions and lifestyle, but I do take some license.


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