Sunday Snippet #42


Sunday Snippets are six- or eight-sentence glimpses into my best-selling, award-winning Scottish romance books.  If you enjoy Scottish romance, keep reading, because I love sharing mine.  Skim back through my blog to read previous snippets. 



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Here’s another snippet from HIGHLAND SEER, continuing from last week’s.   Enjoy!

Lately, her dream had come three times, always the same. Within it a man, much like the man before her, dark blond hair falling into his eyes, but in her dream, his well-muscled arms had been reaching for her. Donal’s most assuredly were not. They formed a barrier across his impressive chest. Their message was clear: stay back.

“I’m sorry to disturb ye,” she began.

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11 comments on “Sunday Snippet #42

  1. Hum, maybe he is going to change his mind, just like in the dreams.

  2. Gem says:

    I liked the snippet so much I ended up on Amazon reading an excerpt from Highland Seer, then ended up buying it. Can’t wait to read now.

  3. Sarah W says:

    Give him time . . . :) I love how he’s the one maintaining the proprieties, here! :D

  4. Maybe the dream is prophetic. The Scots do have the second sight, they say.

  5. P.T. Wyant says:

    He really does not seem happy to see her. I can’t wait to find out why she’s in his room…

  6. Hilary - Dangled Carat says:

    uh oh.. whenever you keep having the same dream something dramatic happens…

  7. utecarbone says:

    I love how he’s kind of her “dream come true” but then again, not quite.

  8. Oooh, nice snippet! :-)

  9. Nice snippet! I hope her dream ends up coming true. :)

  10. historysleuth1 says:

    Oh I’m betting those arms will change. Three’s the charm!
    History Sleuth’s Milk Carton Murders

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