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Even if you already have your own copies of my bestselling books, you can still take advantage of the Kindle Holiday Deals. Get an early start on your holiday shopping by giving Kindle ebooks as gifts! Highland Healer (Highland Talents Book 1) and Highland Seer (Highland Talents Book 2) are perfect for your friends and relatives who enjoy romance and adventure—especially historical tales of braw men in kilts and the lasses who love them.

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Release Day and Giveaway!

WhenHighlandLightningStrikes_w10208_750When Highland Lightning Strikes releases today!

I’m so excited to share my latest Highland Talents series novella with you!

If you preordered your copy, you’re probably already reading it.

When you’re done, please leave a review—even a line or two will do! 

If you don’t have When Highland Lightning Strikes yet, what are you waiting for?


Get your copy now from your favorite bookseller.

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WHLS Release DayTo celebrate When Highland Lightning Strikes‘ release, I’m giving away a Robbie Burns-themed charm bracelet from the Writer’s Museum on Makar Court in Edinburgh.

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“Blair’s new Highland romance thrills and excites! The sensual and charming hero, Angus, is a perfect match for the intriguing and fiesty Shona. An enchanting tale that had me eagerly turning pages. I thoroughly enjoy Blair’s work and recommend her Scottish love stories to all!” ~Eliza Knight, USA Today Bestselling Author


PREORDER When Highland Lightning Strikes!

WhenHighlandLightningStrikes_w10208_750It’s true! You can preorder my next release today!

When Highland Lightning Strikes will release on 21 October. You can reserve your copy now, and be one of the first to read it! 

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Broken promises and broken dreams litter their pasts, and their present. Can they build a future from the ruins?

Cover Reveal! When Highland Lightning Strikes

Today, I’m sharing the cover for my next Highland Talents novella, When Highland Lightning Strikes.  





















When Highland Lightning Strikes is available for preorder HERE, and releases on 21 October. In the meantime, you can add it to your Goodreads “Want to Read” list here: 



A Man who would be Laird

Angus MacAnalen fully expects to succeed his dead brother as Laird. But on the day of the Clan Council’’s vote, a new lass steals his breath and his heart, making him question the ambition that drives him. When he begins to suspect she has a hidden talent that could help his clan, he must overcome the painful disappointment of the past before it costs him the future he desires.

A Lass in Exile

Because of her strange ability, Shona’’s village banished her to live with a distant uncle after her parents died. When she catches the eye of the prospective laird of her new home, she fears the clan’’s scrutiny may cause her to be expelled again, or worse. But Angus seems determined to win her heart, and Shona can’’t help wanting to give it to him, despite the risks.

A Love Lifted out of the Ruins

Broken promises and broken dreams litter their pasts, and their present. Can they build a future from the ruins?

New Release! Heart of Stone

IMG_2782Heart of Stone is out! 

Previously Published in the anthology, Kissing the Highlander, Heart of Stone is a Highland Talents prequel. In it, you’ll get a glimpse of young Donal MacNabb. You’ll see him as man to be reckoned with in Highland Healer. Better yet, he gets his own romance and adventure in Highland Seer.

My Highland Talents stories are set in the years following what has been called the worst defeat Scotland suffered at the hands of the English. Despite having established diplomatic relations with England and having married Henry VIII’s sister, Margaret Tudor, James IV was forced to honor the Auld Alliance when France went to war with England. He died in battle at Flodden Field in 1513 along with most of his nobles, clan chiefs and their heirs. For years, Scotland was ruled by Regents and fell into chaos.

Heart of Stone takes place in happier times, 11 years before that tragedy. A patron of education and the arts, James IV was Scotland’s Renaissance king. In 1496, he made education compulsory for the upper classes, which leads Donal’s older brother, Gavan MacNabb to St. Andrews and beyond, before his journey home in Heart of Stone.

Bound home after two years away, Gavan MacNabb comes across a lass and her deerhound in a moonlit circle of standing stones. Little does he know that the garland of bluebells she weaves and the spell she sings will change the course of his life.

Marsali Murray doesn’t really believe the old wives’ tale that making a chain of bluebells by the standing stones under a waxing moon will bring true love, but she’s desperate to try anything to escape the boring, everlasting sameness of her life. Anything except marrying a man her father chooses for her. When her deerhound, Corrie, insists on following Gavan, Marsali decides that’s the excuse she needs to have the adventure she craves. She’ll go where he goes, whether he is the man promised by her spell—or not.

Gavan has already seen much of the world denied to Marsali. He’s ready to settle down. She is eager to spread her wings. Can they find what they need with each other?

Get your copy today! AMAZON  iBooks  Smashwords  Barnes & Noble  Kobo

Print and other formats are coming! Or get Heart of Stone in the anthology, Kissing the Highlander!

Lovely St. Andrews, Scotland

St. Andrews has a charm that goes well beyond its fabled golf course, university, castle, cathedral, or the beach scene from Chariots of Fire.

One of the things about the town that captivated me was the doors. The variety was incredible and reflected the town’s long history.

I’m looking forward to a return trip someday soon!

Glorious Scottish Spring

It may be summer here, but in Scotland, it was springtime and it was glorious.

I will admit to having been just a wee bit obsessed with finding bluebells. After all, they play such a central role in Heart of Stone, how could I resist? Before this trip, I could only write about them based on what I read on the internet. So to finally get to see, feel and smell them? Trust me, online research is not the same as holding them in your hands. Lucky for me, they were in bloom nearly everywhere we went.

Of course, there were daffodils and tulips and beautiful, new green leaves on the trees and shrubs.  For an East-coaster transplanted to (usually) dry-as-a-bone Texas, spring in Scotland was lush, colorful and refreshing.

Check back soon for more pictures from my trip!

More Scotland!

Due to a problem with my iPhone (thanks a bunch, Apple), we made an unexpected trip on the train from Pitlochry to Edinburgh to go the the Apple store. Fortunately, the problem didn’t take long to fix, so that gave us a couple of hours to revisit some of the city before catching the return train.

Besides a return visit to the Makars’ Court (a Scots word for poet or author), where inscribed flagstones celebrate Scottish authors from the 14th century to today, and the Writers’ Museum, both just off the Royal Mile, we met some raptors and a bagpiper.

We also got a chance to duck into St. Giles. I recommend a visit if you get a chance. What a gorgeous kirk!

I have lots more pictures, so keep checking back to see more of my trip!

Scotland, Again!

Being in Scotland again was wonderful! Driving around on our own was fun and incredibly easy, though at times hair-raising if we met an oncoming lorry on a narrow two-lane road. Fortunately, those encounters were rare. It was springtime in the Highlands and everything was either green or blooming.  Lamb twins bounced around their mothers in the fields, yet snow still capped the tops of the Munros.

The vistas would steal your breath. I’ll share some of my photos in this and several following posts, so check back often to see what I’ve added!


As you can tell from these pictures from our first afternoon, the weather was changeable, but we never let a quick shower deter us.  There was too much to see and do!

Check back later for more pictures!