Monday, October 16, 2023

The Highland Heir by Allison B. Hanson ~ @GoddessFish @AllisonBHanson ~ Historical Romance

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About the Book:
Kieran has spent his life living in the shadow of his late older brother. Brody had been the heir his father had loved and wanted, while Kieran was born to a woman his father despised for her betrayal. Kieran has only ever felt the bond of family with his best friend, Ella.

Ella knew one day Kieran would be called on to do his duty to his clan and marry for an alliance. But she never expected his engagement would suddenly force her to see him in such a different way. They’d known each other all their lives, but aside from one exploratory kiss, she had never been attracted to him as a woman is to a man. Until now.

As the time comes for Kieran to marry, he realizes he has feelings he shouldn’t have for the lass who’s been by his side all his life.

When the marriage contract is breached, Kieran hopes it means freedom for them to be together, but instead, it leads to war and a secret that will change their lives forever.


Historical Romance

Read an Excerpt:

Ella wasn’t worried there was a raid, but she knew his claim that everything was fine was not true. Something was wrong with her best friend. Kieran was beyond upset.

Being friends since they were old enough to walk meant she knew him better than anyone, and right then she could tell he was as frantic as a wounded animal.

Wiping her hands on her apron, she hurried away and followed him outside, where he leaned over, pulling in deep breaths of warm July air.

If Ella was forced to guess, she’d say this had to do with the laird. For only the laird could upset Kieran in this manner. The laird never found an end to the list of grievances he held against his son for doing nothing more than existing.

Rolfe Sinclair was a fair laird to his clan, but didn’t often extend that same courtesy to his second-born son.

Kieran was too old to cry as he had when they’d been younger, but she could tell it was serious all the same.

“What has happened?” she asked, reaching out to rest her hand on the hard muscle of his shoulder.

He remained in his position, bent at the waist with his hands braced on his knees, breathing as if he’d just run a great distance.

“I’m to be married,” he managed while heaving in gusts of air.

She gasped and gripped his shoulder harder.

“How soon?” she asked.

About the Author:
One very early morning, Allison B. Hanson woke up with a conversation going on in her head. It wasn’t so much a dream as being forced awake by her imagination. Unable to go back to sleep, she gave in, went to the computer, and began writing. Years later it still hasn’t stopped.

Allison’s historical romances are filled with kilted heroes. She lives near Hershey, Pennsylvania, and enjoys candy immensely, as well as long motorcycle rides, running and reading.


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