The Highlander’s Call is here!

The Highlander’s Call, the sweet and wholesome version of Treasures of the Wind, is here!

For those of you who have been patiently waiting, this is the third book in my McDougall family series, and tells the story of Adam McDougall and Rebecca Trenton, an Englishwoman who finds herself in the Scottish Highlands. If you prefer a bit of steaminess, be sure to look for Treasures of the Wind, which is also available on Amazon.

Adam is definitely the thinker among the McDougall men, and he and Rebecca must fight against outside forces to find their happy ending.

I hope you enjoy it! I would so love to know what you think, and, as always, would appreciate your review on Amazon and Goodreads.

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Love always and enjoy!


Rebecca Trenton yearns to expand her horizons...

She has always been the obedient daughter of a businessman who will stop at nothing to acquire all that he seeks to gain for himself. And yet, she feels a calling to experience more of the world before settling down. She accompanies her father on a hunting trip to the Scottish Highlands, where she hopes to find adventure.

Adam McDougall wants nothing more than his Highland life...

He loves his family, his home, and the solitude where he can put his intellect and creativity to use through building his inventions. He resents being pulled away from his work to lead the British hunting parties who take advantage of his beloved land.

Despite their differences, they are pulled together...

Adam is incredulous when the delicate Englishwoman appears in his midst. However, the two find themselves inexplicably drawn to one another, despite the many factors that should keep them apart. Can they overcome external forces to find their destiny?

Buy The Highlander’s Call Today!

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