Gideon’s book is about three to four chapters from completion. Things have been challenging this year for everyone. Let’s face it, 2020 was at EPIC proportions this past summer, but I think it’s reached apocalypse proportions at this point. Seriously, I can’t remember anything in my life that has affected so many people on so many different levels for this length of time. Of course, I’ve worked hard to keep my spirits up, and visiting my Facebook group every day is a great way to relieve stress since we have so much fun there.
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The Beastly Earl
“Powerfully passionate!” — Megan Frampton, author of A Duke’s Daughters series
Bonnie lasses and braw, kilted laddies at their strutting, stomping, passionate finest!” — Grace Burrowes, NYT Bestselling Author
A Beauty and the Highlander Beast Story
After eight years in the Sudan, Ewan Colquhoun returns home minus an eye and arm. His cold, grim childhood home hasn’t changed except for the boy his wife died giving birth to—a son that isn’t his. Bitter and angry at life, he quickly earns the title, the Beastly Earl of Argaty. When he finds Louisa half-dead on the moors, she stirs something inside him. Soon, he finds his life turned upside down by a woman hell-bent on taming the beast.
When tragedy strikes, Louisa becomes a widow with two young children. For two years, she’s struggled with the grief and guilt from that terrible night. Eager to let go of the past, she returns to the Rockwood family’s estate in Scotland, but an unfortunate accident places her in the path of the Earl of Argaty. She soon discovers letting go of the past is easier than taming the beast and freeing the man she loves.