Sunday Snippet #36


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Here’s another snippet from HIGHLAND SEER.  Enjoy!

“Yet ye have kept this going the last four years on yer own?” Donal couldn’t help asking the question. This process seemed too daunting for a lass of a laird and her nearly broken clan. He had to respect the determination it took to rise to such a challenge and continue to make any whisky at all.

“Aye, as we must. We canna survive raising and selling cattle. Since we use many of our coos for food during the winter, as do some of our neighbors, our whisky is our wealth—or was when we had the men to keep up production.”

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8 comments on “Sunday Snippet #36

  1. Gem says:

    A sexy highlander, whiskey and an intriguing plot. What’s not to love?

  2. Sarah W says:

    Let’s hope he can help her clan with their problems!

  3. Karen Michelle Nutt says:

    I wonder if Donal will help keep this business going? I want to know more. :)

  4. This book keeps intriguing me. Another great snippet!

  5. Well, whiskey was one of the early preservation methods. As in the Whiskey Wars of the new America.

  6. solowytch says:

    I love that he seems to be underestimating her.

  7. Lila Shaw says:

    Ah whiskey…definitely a money-maker!

  8. Life is hard on the highlands, so much rocks and so cold. They also need the whiskey to warm up.

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