Monday, January 4, 2016

Aloha to Nancy Lee Badger, MY BANISHED HIGHLANDER, and the MEDIEVAL REDEMPTION Boxed Set


Nancy Lee Badger takes over the blog ...

Today I am sharing an awesome collaboration between myself and three other talented authors. We banded together to create a boxed set that is taking the world by storm. The book, Medieval Redemption, contains over 1,000 pages of bad boys from ancient times. The best part? I am giving away an Amazon Gift Certificate for the ebook to one lucky winner.

MY BANISHED HIGHLANDER from the MEDIEVAL REDEMPTION Boxed Set

When his clan convicts Cameron Robeson of treason in 1598 Scotland, the last thing he thought his cousin the Laird would do was banish him to the future. With a certain woman on his mind, he plans revenge.

Iona Mackenzie is worried about her friend, Haven, and searches for answers among the tents at the present-day Highland games. Whom can she trust to help? The tall, golden-haired Highlander?

When a magical amulet and an angry sorcerer send this unlikely couple back through time, more than one heart will be broken. Danger, intrigue, and threats surround them, and feelings between Iona and Cameron grow hot and steamy.

With a letter in her hand and a Highlander at her back, what could go wrong? 


MEDIEVAL REDEMPTION, a four author boxed set, was released November 13th and includes over 1.000 pages. It is available at AMAZON for only $.99 (Free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers) The titles include:

The Honor of a Highlander by April Holthaus
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Celtic Fury by Ria Cantrell
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My Banished Highlander by Nancy Lee Badger
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Gavril of Aquina by Aurrora St. James



More About Nancy Lee Badger ...

After growing up in Huntington, New York, award-winning author Nancy Lee Badger attended

College in New Hampshire, married, and raised two sons in a small town in the shadow of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. She is the proud mother of an Army veteran. She moved to North Carolina where she writes full-time. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Heart of Carolina Romance Writers, Fantasy-Futuristic & Paranormal Romance Writers, the Celtic Heart Romance Writers, and the Triangle Association of Freelancers. Nancy and her family volunteer each fall at the New Hampshire Highland Games surrounded by…kilts! Contact Nancy Lee Badger here…

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To enter Nancy's giveaway, 

1.  Leave a comment about medieval romances - what do you love about them?

2.  Comments are open through Saturday, January 9, 10 pm in Baltimore.

3.  I'll post the winner on Sunday, January 10.

Mahalo,

Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City

Nancy offers an excerpt from MY BANISHED HIGHLANDER ...

Cameron smiled and said, “Remove yer nightclothes, love.”

His endearment brought about a pleasant throbbing between her legs and a slight bout of dizziness. Her breasts felt swollen and heavy. Anticipation drove her to push up onto her knees. She drew the gauzy gown over her head and, even in the dark, she suspected he could see her. The idea made her nipples harden. Tingles tiptoed down her spine to nestle between her buttocks.

“Yer beautiful, love.”

“What now?”

“Kiss me.”

It wasn’t a request, she noted. The reflection in his voice was full of harsh desire. For her. Placing a palm on his chest, she bent and brushed her lips over his. He tasted of Scottish ale and something stronger.

“Have you been drinking whisky?” The overuse of liquor might explain why he showed up in her room and had shucked his clothes. Maybe this wasn’t such a good idea. She pulled away, but he wrapped a muscled arm around her waist.

“Only one glass with Marcus. I am not drunk, nor would I wish to be. Yer intoxicating kisses be enough.” When he tugged her shoulder, Iona collapsed on top of him.

She squirmed until she lay splayed across his chest and groin. The hard ridge of his desire pressed against her woman’s center, and she gasped. He laughed, and Iona relaxed, soothed by his jovial attitude.

“What do we do next?”

“Iona, ye are a treasure and I wish I could give ye the world.”

“No one can do that.”

“Aye, but I can give ye pleasure, if ye trust in me this night.”

“I was attacked by a sorcerer, traveled through time, and battled knife-wielding ruffians. I’m still following you on this crazy adventure. How could I not trust you? Teach me?”

26 comments:

  1. It's the age of chivalry. Got to love that.

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  2. It's the age of chivalry. Got to love that.

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    1. These boys first must learn to be civil!
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    2. True, but sometimes uncivilized is nice. Especially in Nancy's highlander series!

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    3. True, but sometimes uncivilized is nice. Especially in Nancy's highlander series!

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  3. I love that you get to back and experience the time through the pages of the book.

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  4. Life was in many ways more simple, yet frightning aswell. I love all the drama that comes with an medieval story. The struggle to survive and the intens romance :)

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    1. Danger, swords, battles, deception...it is all good!
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  5. a lot of the time, they're set in the Highlands with castles...

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    1. ...and I LOVE castles! I created Castle Ruadh for my story. Ruadh means 'red' in Gaelic, and it is built of red sandstone.

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  6. I love how the simplest things are romantic.

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  7. The wildness of it all - the land and the men.

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  8. I enjoy reading medieval romances because it is a great way to escape to another time period and experience the chivalry of the era.

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    1. It is also fun to write. Thanks!
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  9. Reading what it was like to live in that time.

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  10. they remind me of some favorite movies from when (or even before) I was a kid - 'Prince Valiant', 'Camelot', 'Robin Hood', 'The Vikings'

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  11. I love highland romances men in kilts drive me nuts!

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  12. I love highland romances men in kilts drive me nuts!

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    1. When my hubby slips into his kilt and his pirate-sleeve shirt, I still swoon!

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  13. What's not to love about Highlanders!! I love everything about them, their kilts, their brawn, their courage, and most of all, how they defend their loved ones and their clan.

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  14. Being able to travel to that period in time.

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    1. Wouldn't that be lovely? I bit cold, this time of year.
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  15. I love reading about the history/romance and being able to live them through the books.

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