It’s Medieval Monday!

It’s time for another Medieval Monday blog hop! Our theme is, “Celebrations”.

Each author has selected an excerpt from one of their books to share with you over the next few months. The scene I’m sharing is from CAMERON, The Daughters of Alastair MacDougall, Book One.


Determined to band Scots together against English tyranny, Laird Robert Graham seals a truce with his feuding neighbor, the MacDougalls. But after his brother is nearly killed in a treacherous attack, Graham kidnaps the laird’s daughter in an act of revenge.

Cameron MacDougall has devoted her life to the healing arts. She’s long rebelled against her father’s feuding ways, but when Robert Graham abducts her, she’s finds herself at the center of the dispute between their families. She expects the anger she feels, not the simmering attraction to the powerful warrior, or the love she develops for his clan.

Can she stop further violence between the clans with her escape? Or will she find her surrender leads to a lasting peace and her own heart’s desire?

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Graham Castle June 1297

 “Time for celebrating!” Travis stepped in front of Cameron holding his arms wide, and the room fell silent. “We thank ye, Mistress MacDougall, for yer caring ways.”

He turned, indicating the clan gathered in the hall. Cameron’s gaze skimmed the people standing around him and sitting at tables with their attention focused on her. Heat crept up her neck and spread across her cheeks.

When he faced her again, he continued, “Ye’ve helped many of us, some of whom would not be here tonight if it weren’t for ye.” He reached across the table and clasped her hand. “Come, dance and celebrate with us.”

Follow snippets from this scene on these talented authors’ blogs and comment for a chance to win an ebook of Cameron!

Here is the scheduled blog posts:

November 25th – Ashley York’s blog at

December 2nd – Ruth Cassie’s blog at

December 9th  Laurel McDonnell’s blog at

December 16th Judith Sterling’s blog at

December 23rd Mary Morgan blog at

December 30th Bambi Lynn’s blog at

January 6th Sherry Ewing’s blog at

January 13th Barbara Bettis’ blog

January 20th Cathy MacRae’s blog at

January 27th Lane’s blog at

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