Posts From the monthly archives: "July 2010"

Jude Deveraux continues her Edilean series in Days of Gold, set in eighteenth-century Scotland and later in colonial America. Angus McTern is the laird of a Scottish castle, committed to overcoming his grandfather’s disreputable legacy by looking after each member of his beloved clan, which remains in thrall to the tyrant who won…(Read More)

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Introduction Jocelyn Minton is a woman torn between two worlds. Her mother grew up attending private schools and afternoon teas, but she married the local handyman. After her mother died when Joce was only five years old, her father remarried into his own class, and Joce became an outsider—until she met Edilean Harcourt. Although…(Read More)

1 Fort Lauderdale, Florida “I think we’ve found her,” Captain Erickson said. His voice was forced, showing that he was working hard to control his jubilation. They were sitting at a picnic table at the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, just off A1A in Fort Lauderdale. It was a September morning, and South Florida…(Read More)

Ethne McTern, descended from an ancient Scottish family, knew exactly what she wanted in life: to observe everything and write about it. Unfortunately, in 18th century Williamsburg, Virginia, this is not an acceptable profession for a woman, so she is forced to write under a male pseudonym. She cannot envision ever finding a man who…(Read More)