Gliterary Girl Summer of Love Blog Hop

SummerofLoveBlogHop

UPDATE:  And in a wholly scientific random drawing of slips of paper from a basket kept on a bookshelf…drum roll, please…the winner of a copy of HIGHLAND SEER is Caroline Waddell!  Congratulations, Caroline!  

And thanks to everyone who commented here.  You came up with some enticing summer dishes!  

You’ve landed on a page of the Gliterary Girl Summer of Love Blog Hop!  Enjoy my recipe below.  Visit all the participating sites!

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Want a taste of the perfect summer salad?  You need a watermelon!

2 C mixed greens

2 C watermelon, 1-inch cubes, seeds removed

1/4 red onion sliced thin

1 T. mint or basil (not both) sliced very thin

1/2 C feta cheese, crumbled

1/2 C Champagne vinaigrette (adjust more or less depending on how “dressed” you like your salad

Toss it all together and enjoy!  (You can adjust any of the ingredients – like more feta?  Go ahead.  Less mint or basil?  Fine. Add chunks of tomato?  Okay.)

What’s your favorite summer recipe?  Leave a comment (and an email!) below for a chance to win an e-copy of HIGHLAND SEER!  Or use the form on my “Contact” page.

Donal MacNabb is loyal to his adopted Lathan clan, yet he resents being a pawn in their treaty negotiations with the struggling MacKyries. The MacKyrie clan needs his skills as an arms master, but its Laird is bartering for more than Donal is prepared to give.

Ellie MacKyrie knows the Lathan treaty will help protect her clan from the neighbor determined to seize her holdings any way he can—including forcing her into marriage. But she has another reason to want the Lathan alliance. She has Seen the stubborn Donal MacNabb reaching for her in her dreams.

While Donal fights to save a clan in trouble, his desire for the MacKyrie Seer wars with his obligation to his Laird. Before she is forced into a marriage that will destroy her clan, Ellie must find the heart behind Donal’s gruff exterior and convince him he is the man of her dreams.

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13 comments on “Gliterary Girl Summer of Love Blog Hop

  1. Hi, Willa. I love the photo of the truck with the flowers. :) My favorite summer recipe is anything with zucchini. Highlander romances are my fav. Please include me in the drawing for a copy of HIGHLAND SEER. Thanks! Dawn at DawnMarieHamilton dot com

  2. BookLady says:

    My favorite summer recipe is Strawberry Pie. I would love to win a copy of Highland Seer. Thanks for the great giveaway.
    bhometchko(at)hotmail(dot)com

  3. Pam says:

    Thanks for participating in the hop. My favorite summer recipe is cucumber salad.

    pjmillion(at)comcast(dot)net

  4. Great recipe! We’ve tried this before and you are so right – it’s the perfect summer salad.
    Blessings!

  5. jodiwoody says:

    blog hopping! have a great summer.

  6. parisfanca says:

    Thanks for participating in the hop. My favorite summer recipe is cucumber salad.

    parisfan_ca@yahoo.com

  7. That sounds yummy! I have to agree with someone above me; Strawberry pie is the best :)

  8. Donna D says:

    donna(dot)durnell(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

    I love watermelon — good, sweet watermelon. I eat it right down to the rind. But I’m not sure I would have tho’t to add the other things to make a watermelon salad. Maybe I’ll have to try it.

    Other summertime favorites: cantaloupe, strawberries, ice cream. But for summer, I prefer not to have to have a ‘recipe’ as that evokes ‘work’ — so just the simple, cut up and serve.

  9. Caroline says:

    Sadly I’m not much of a cook, but my favorite summer treat I enjoy eating is blackberry pie. Mmmmm. Thanks for the giveaway!!
    Carolinewaddell1985@gmail.com

  10. heather eg kaufman says:

    We love fruit salad in the summer.

  11. Eva Millien says:

    I have 3 favorites in the summer. Strawberry pie and shortcake and fresh tomato sandwiches.

  12. bn100 says:

    don’t really cook; iced tea

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  13. Julie Duffy says:

    This sounds great, I love watermelon. I never thought to add it to salad

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