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Sunday, February 14, 2016

Highland Seduction: #99Cents #BoxSet @TarahScott ~ #Romance

Hello Everyone,

Please welcome the lovely and talented Tarah Scott to the blog. Today, she's sharing a little bit about her contribution to the Highland Seduction BoxSet, My Highland Love

Highland Seduction is a collection of Scottish Romances, with heat levels that vary from sensual to scorchingly hot. Highland Seduction contains eight full-length romance novels and equals to over 1000 pages of reading to heat up all these cold winter nights.

Highland Seduction is available for a limited time at .99 or you may read all eight novels for free with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.

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And now for a closer look at My Highland Love by Tarah Scott:

My Highland Love
How does a woman tell her betrothed that she murdered her first husband?

Shipwrecked in the Scottish Highlands, American heiress Elise Kingston quietly plans revenge for the deaths of her daughter and the brother who sacrificed his life to save her.

When Marcus MacGregor, Marquess of Ashlund, returns to his Highland home to discover a stunning American woman has been taken in by his clan, his attraction is instant and he resolves to make her his—no matter what secret she's keeping.

Elise is shocked by her need for Marcus and, too late, discovers that her feelings make him a target of her enemy—a man powerful enough to destroy even a Scottish nobleman.


Elise looked over her shoulder. Half a dozen riders emerged from the forest across the meadow. She started. Good Lord, what had possessed her to leave Brahan Seer without a pistol? She was as big a fool as Tavis and without the excuse of youth. She slid Bonnie to the ground as the warriors approached. They halted fifteen feet away. Elise edged Bonnie behind her when one of the men urged his horse closer. Her pulse jumped. Was it possible to become accustomed to the size of these Highland men?

She flushed at the spectacle of his open shirt but couldn't stop her gaze from sliding along the velvety dark hair that trailed downward and tapered off behind a white lawn shirt negligently tucked into his kilt. The large sword strapped to his hip broke the fascination.

How many had perished at the point of that weapon?

The hard muscles of his chest and arms gave evidence—many.

The man directed a clipped sentence in Gaelic to Tavis. The boy started past her, but she caught his arm. The men wore the red and green plaide of her benefactors the MacGregors, but were strangers.

"What do you want?" She cursed the curt demand that had bypassed good sense in favor of a willing tongue.

Except for a flicker of surprise across the man's face, he sat unmoving.

Elise winced inwardly, remembering her American accent, but said in a clear voice, "I asked what you want."

Leather groaned when he leaned forward on his saddle. He shifted the reins to the hand resting in casual indolence on his leg and replied in English, "I asked the boy why he is unarmed outside the castle with two females."

Caught off guard by the deep vibrancy of his soft burr, her heart skipped a beat. "We don't need weapons on MacGregor land." She kept her tone unhurried.

"The MacGregor's reach extends as far as the solitude of this glen?" he asked.

"We are only fifteen minutes from the village," she said. "But his reach is well beyond this place."

"He is great, indeed," the warrior said.

"You know him?"

"I do."

She lifted Bonnie. "Then you know he would wreak vengeance on any who dared harm his own."

"Aye," the man answered. "The MacGregor would hunt them down like dogs. Only," he paused, "how would he know who to hunt?"

She gave him a disgusted look. "I tracked these children. You think he cannot track you?"

"A fine point," he agreed.

"Good." She took a step forward. "Now, we will be getting home."

"Aye, you should be getting home." He urged his horse to intercept. Elise set Bonnie down, shoving her in Tavis's direction. "And," the man went on, "we will take you." The warriors closed in around them. "The lad will ride with Erin. Give the little one to Kyle, and you," his eyes came back hard on Elise, "will ride with me."



Award winning author Tarah Scott cut her teeth on authors such as Georgette Heyer, Zane Grey, and Amanda Quick. Her favorite book is a Tale of Two Cities, with Gone With the Wind as a close second. She writes modern classical romance, and paranormal and romantic suspense. Tarah grew up in Texas and currently resides in Westchester County, New York with her daughter. 

 Over 1000 pages of Scottish romances from your favorite authors.

Ruan MacLeod returns to Skye, seeking peace. He never meant to split the clan or start a war. He certainly never foresaw an arranged marriage to the most scandalous woman in Scotland. However, on his wedding day, he encounters a walking disaster. His bride turns his world into chaos and threatens to melt his resolve never to love again.

How does a woman tell her betrothed she murdered her first husband?
Elise Kingston is a wanted woman. Nothing, not even Highlander Marcus MacGregor, will stop her from returning home to ensure that the man responsible for her daughter’s death hangs.
Until she must choose between his life and her revenge.

Driven to the brink of madness by love for her late husband, a man too ill to meet the demands of the marriage bed, Catriona, Lady Blayne, teeters on the brink of scandal. Now she faces sensual temptation personified, James Blayne. His iron will and stern self-mastery fascinates her. Is sensual indulgence the way out of her darkness? She’s not free to explore the idea. Those she trusts control her through emotional manipulation and physical coercion. James is determined to protect Catriona—even if she rejected his proposal years ago. But he won’t soften to her. Yet the pretty girl he once knew has grown into a beautiful, curvaceous woman that is every man’s dream.
Especially his.

They met through Highland Magic, can true love keep them together?
After stepping through a magical gateway, Kira Bedwell finds herself in fourteenth century Scotland, face-to-face with Aidan MacDonald, the irresistible Highlander who has visited her in dreams. As their romance transcends to reality, it takes all their courage and will for their love to survive beyond time itself…

Returning home after a ten-years, Ryan Macraig falls for a fiery lass from the wrong side of the firth.
Memories of the young man she once met on Macraig land draws Gilda Macrory to the forbidden place. Learning he is Laird Macraig’s son threatens her dreams, for her father will never agree to their marriage. With pirates raiding the coast, bad blood between the Macraig and Macrory clans could cost Ryan and Gilda their love—and their lives.

In the midst of a Norse invasion, Catriona barely escapes. Masquerading as her sister, she finds herself a captive of Finn who intends to send her to her sister’s betrothed. In the interest of peace, Catriona intends to continue the ruse—even if it means denying her attraction to a man who hides his hurts behind a quick grin.
The green faery, Tèile, intends for Catriona and Finn to be together. Can she help Finn— who learned that sharing your life with someone only leads to heartache—get past his doubts? And will battle-scarred Catriona accept him into her heart?

Lilian Mason wants revenge. She sneaks aboard the Dutch pirate ship, captained by her mortal enemy. But when she is unwrapped by a bewitching Highlander instead of a giant blond privateer, Lilian fears her plan has gone awry. If she waits to exact revenge, she risks losing her heart to the man closest to her enemy... an unexpected Pirate Highlander.

The three Macinnes sisters’ love is tested when the eldest is abducted. Emma races to Rogan MacClennan, Heather’s intended, but is shocked by his refusal to rescue her. His excuse is the raging storm. Emma, however, sneaks off in search of her sister.
Rogan cannot believe the youngest Macinnes sister called him a coward, then sneaked off in nothing more than her nightdress. He will find her, send her home—then rescue his intended.

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