Sunday Snippet #33

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Here’s another snippet from HIGHLAND SEER.  Enjoy!

“Have ye no guards here?” Donal turned to Ellie for an answer. As laird, it was her responsibility to see the wealth of the clan protected.

“Nay, no’ since Flodden. But this is the most remote area in the MacKyrie holdings. We’ve had little reason to fear someone would come this far to do us harm, especially when they must pass the keep to reach this. We defend the keep because our people are there. All of these,” Ellie said and waved a hand about her to indicate the surrounding buildings, “could of need be replaced. As we’ve learned to our great grief, our people canna.”

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6 comments on “Sunday Snippet #33

  1. Chip says:

    I sometimes have problems with dialect.
    I like the storyline and her logic.
    Nice 8!

  2. Sarah W says:

    She makes a good point—and you have to like a leader who puts her people before commerce and power!

  3. P.T. Wyant says:

    I agree with Sarah W — I like Ellie’s priorities.

  4. sharonbuchbinder says:

    Well, put, Ellie. It takes some people a lifetime to learn that lesson!

  5. Karen Michelle Nutt says:

    Love Ellie! Enjoyed the snippet!

  6. raynegolay says:

    I like Ellie’s trustfulness.

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