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Saturday, November 25, 2006

A Thief In A Kilt

A THIEF IN A KILT by Sandy Blair

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Scoundrel, Seducer. Sir Ian MacKay deserves to be called the Thief of Hearts. But he’s also a man on a mission: to keep Scotland safe until his rightful king can be returned to the throne. But first he must learn the true identity of the mysterious new arrival whose beauty and charm has dazzled the court. Can it be possible Kate Templeton is an English spy?

Kate, determined to find out why the Scots have yet to ransom their king, has vowed to resists the Thief’s scandalous charms. In an effort to accomplish her mission. she leads him on a merry chase until a passionate confrontation brings them together and the only word on her lips is yes...


How It Came About:


Per reader request, Ian MacKay is back...in all his golden glory. But finding his perfect match was no easy task. Because he had a fondness for petite brunettes and loathed women with secret agendas, I’d created a petite and beautiful Sassenach spy, but the story just wouldn’t gel in my heart. Then I received a letter from a reader who said she lived vicariously through romance because she was very tall and rarely dated. Hmm...What if Kate was very tall, making it impossible for her to go keep a low profile? (Women of the period were five feet or less.) And what would Ian’s reaction be when he discovered he didn’t have to fold in half to kiss a woman? When he discovered his body parts aligned almost perfectly with hers? What if she was an intellectual match and as devious as he? Oh ya...here we go. Thank you, dear reader. I hope you enjoy your story.

“Blair’s attention to historical and regional detail supports a fine balance of action and romance, making this political potboiler a winning read.”
~ Publishers Weekly

“With a magical blend of humor, passion, and adventure, A Thief In A Kilt is sure to steal hearts.”
~New York Times Bestselling author Lorraine Heath

3 Comments:

At 11:34 PM, Anonymous Judy T said...

The problem I'm finding with visiting sites like this one is that I'm finding more and more books I'd like to read. Pity me. ;-D

 
At 6:43 AM, Blogger Sandy Blair said...

Hi Judy,
So pleased you found the site.

 
At 3:40 PM, Anonymous Judy T said...

Hi, Sandy! Diane is very helpful. :-)

 

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