I’m very pleased to have a superbly talented author featured on my blog today. She’s Margaret Mallory, and she writes award-winning historical romance. And when I say award-winning, I mean it!
Margaret burst onto the historical romance writing scene in 2009, with her medieval series, All The King’s Men. The first book in that series, Knight of Desire, won the Beacon Contest for best historical, and finaled in the Readers’ Crown and Golden Quill contests. Her second book, Knight of Pleasure, won the Maggie Award and the Beacon, and finaled in the Romance Writers of America’s prestigious RITA contest. And her third book, Knight of Passion, won three contests and finaled in seven more. Along the way, she’s picked up stellar reviews, including Top Picks from sites like RT Book Reviews, Fresh Fiction, and The Season.
You get the picture, eh?
Margaret has a new series out, called The Return of the Highlanders:
Four fearless warriors return to the Highlands to claim their lands and legacies. But all their trials on the battlefield can’t prepare them for their greatest challenge yet: winning the hearts of four willful Scottish beauties.
Well, he looks pretty grand, doesn’t he? And the reviews for this book were grand, too. It got a Top Pick from The Season, who said this about The Guardian:
“This extraordinary medieval novel absolutely encompasses the 3 Cs: clans, chieftains and castles in a perfect indulgence for readers wanting a hint of paranormal with the intoxicating combination of fearless warriors, loyal family, and the unmistakable pull of the Scottish Highlands.”
You can find all the details on Margaret’s website, including more reviews, buy links, and an excerpt.
Margaret has a new book out in this series, called The Sinner.
Oh, boy. I can think of some sinning I’d like to do with that guy! Here’s the blurb:
Alex MacDonald is known for his skill as a warrior, his prowess with women, and his vow to never take a wife. But now his chieftain has asked him to make the ultimate sacrifice: wed Glynis MacNeil, a lass famed throughout the Highlands for her exquisite beauty—and defiant ways.
Familiar with heartbreak, Glynis refuses to fall for another handsome scoundrel. Yet when Alex’s past sins force an unlikely union, Glynis gives in to temptation and becomes his wife. Will their newfound passion be strong enough to fight the enemy that threatens their home, their clan, and their very lives?
For my readers today, Margaret is graciously giving away a copy of The Guardian. Let’s stick with the Highlands – more specifically, men from the Highlands! Who’s your favorite guy in a kilt? Sean Connery, Mel Gibson, or is there a fictional Highlander who you adore? Just tell me for a chance to win a copy of The Guardian.