A Time To Belong

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000038_00064]As summer rolls into autumn, I’m  rolling out the red carpet for Book Three in the MacNicol Clan Through Time; A Time To Belong. By now I’m guessing you know I’m re-releasing*, repackaging my earlier Scottish historical, time travel books with pretty new covers and improved editing. If you’ve been following along with the series, you’ve already met Teressa Ellers, now it’s time to meet her brother, Daniel.

A modern urban cowboy is swept back to 13th century Scotland where he must take control of his destiny and fight for the woman he loves.

While on vacation on the Isle of Skye, Daniel Ellers is swept back to thirteenth century Scotland for one hell of a kick-ass, time-travel adventure. He quickly realizes the depth of his dilemma when he learns his fate is controlled by the whim of a particularly meddlesome fairy.  The uncertainty surrounding his future creates a significant kink in his desire to pursue Kayla, the beautiful young woman who found him stranded in the past. Adding to his problems are Kayla’s three big brothers who stand ready, willing, and able to kick butt to protect their innocent sister.

Kayla MacNicol is tired of her family’s smothering ways. The last straw is her mother’s attempt to arrange her betrothal to a man she doesn’t love. She’s ready to break free from her family’s overly protective rule; all she needs is a little encouragement and some well-deserved support. Her initial reaction to Daniel is one of resentment and rejection. She sees him as an outlander, not fit to spend one night in Scorrybreac keep. But when repeated exposure to his charming seduction sparks her untapped passion she begins to question her harsh assessment.

Kayla begins to wonder if Daniel could possibly be the man of her dreams while Daniel is forced to take control of his destiny and fight for the woman he loves.

*Note: This book was originally released as Somewhere To Belong.

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