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    Autumn in Scotland
    Abandoned by a rogue

    Betrothed to an earl she had never met, Charlotte Haversham arrived at Balfurin, hoping to find love at the legendary Scottish castle. Instead she found decaying towers and no husband among the ruins. So Charlotte worked a miracle, transforming the rotting fortress into a prestigious girls' school. And now, five years later, her life is filled with purpose-;until . . .

    Seduced by a stranger

    A man storms Charlotte's castle-;and he is not the reprehensible Earl of Marne, the one who stole her dowry and dignity, but rather the absent lord's handsome, worldly cousin Dixon MacKinnon. Mesmerized by the fiery Charlotte, Dixon is reluctant to correct her mistake. And though she's determined not to play the fool again, Charlotte finds herself strangely thrilled by the scoundrel's amorous attentions. But a dangerous intrigue has drawn Dixon to Balfurin. And if his ruse is prematurely revealed, a passionate, blossoming love affair could crumble into ruin.
    I have posted once or twice about this book and am looking forward to reading it. I might even give into my no excerpt rule and go check her new one out.

    And if you are like me and try and stay away from excerpts because it screws with your OCD. Or if you just haven't been there in a bit. Go take a look see at her website has been updated and is nifty.

    Her FAQ's has a great a great answer to the question: "Why I write Romance". There is a message board that isn't a train wreck and she seems to answer reader questions. And her FWIW is interesting to check out. But my person fave part is what I love, love, love to see on author websites, on her books page she gives some back 'behind the scene info on her books. As she says on the front of her site:

    I've always been fascinated in the history behind a book. Why those characters? Why that time? Why that place? Periodically, I'll be giving the background - or interesting facts - about some of my own books.

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