In today’s USAToday HEA blog, Kathy Altman reviews and recommends HIGHLAND SEER!

FinalHighlandSeer_w7776I don’t want to give away the entire review since I’m sure you’ll want to read it for yourself.  Just click this link!

But to tease you, here are some of my favorites comments:

“Willa Blair’s latest Scottish Highlands historical is the deeply satisfying story of a desperate lady laird and an honor-driven master of arms.”

“16th-century intrigue, muscled men with claymores and a doomed romance — is it any wonder I was reluctant to leave the rich, riveting world of Highland Seer?  Good thing I can make my way back easily enough — all I have to do is treat myself to Blair’s celebrated debut, Highland Healer…”

“Blair has crafted layer upon layer of conflict so ironclad the story teems with tension and expectancy.”

 I’m thrilled!  And to celebrate, I’m going to announce another giveaway…so check back here tomorrow!  

Highland Seer Earns 4 1/2 Stars from InD’Tale Magazine!

I’m so excited to announce that InD’Tale Magazine reviewed my newly released Scottish historical paranormal romance, HIGHLAND SEER (Highland Talents #2), in their November 2013 issue and awarded it ★★★★1/2 Stars!  Read the full review HERE.


“The lilting dialogue, the portrayal of life in early 1500s Scotland and the wonderful description of the vast and beautiful highlands really puts one in the center of the story…The tension in the story builds beautifully if a little slowly, but the culmination at the end is worth the wait. “Highland Seer” is a delightful highland romance!”

(Review excerpt reproduced with permission from InD’Tale Magazine)

Sunday Snippet #44


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 a short snippet from HIGHLAND SEER.  Ellie is a widow, and her marriage was brief before her husband was killed. Does she have the nerve to do what she must?   Enjoy!

She had little experience enticing a man. A few weeks with her husband were poor preparation if she meant to wage a battle for this man, but battle she must. If she failed to convince him to see her as a woman, then she must appeal to his sense of duty, though that would be a poor reflection of what she’d seen in her dream. The man had been reaching for her. The expression on his face, though dimly seen, had betrayed his longing. 

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