Thanks to Caryn Block, for sharing this with me! The Highlanders make their own heat, no real need for fire, eh?
And it gets even hotter on Grand Cayman Island in A Howl for a Highlander! Duncan MacNeill IS hot! Coming in February!
But it all began with the eldest brother, Ian MacNeill in Heart of the Highland Wolf and he definitely heated things up as well.
Well, some kilted hunks, but we can't be ALL that greedy. Okay, so we can. :)
Have a lovely Saturday! I'm off to work on SEAL....and water my plants.
Oh, oh, have to share!!! My cypress tree has knobby knees!
I thought they only got that way in the swamps in Louisiana because they'd drown otherwise. But I was watering and pulling grass, and there they were! The cutest knobbiest little knees.
Okay, yes, I'm losing it. I LOVE plants. In A Howl for a Highlander, the heroine is a botanist. When I was in college, one of my favorite science courses was plant biology. If I could, I'd turn the world's deserts into woodland landscapes. Must be the wolf in me. :) Or....jaguar!
In the current SEAL book, we get to hear a growly Cearnach in the background while he is giving his mate a hard time as she discusses plants with Hunter Greymere from the Oregon Coast wolf pack. :)
Have a super great Saturday! Really, really off to write. I've got 11,000 words to go and somehow have to wrap this baby up. :) Then it's off to Jaguar Fever!
"Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy IS reality!"