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Her Highland Fling: A Novella

Now available as a e-book from Avon Impulse, January 27, 2015!

Only $0.99, at Amazon, I-books, and Barnes and Noble

Read an Excerpt HERE:

If you liked William (the hero’s brother from What Happens in Scotland) and Penelope (the heroine’s sister from Summer is for Lovers), these two have scored their very own romance in my new novella, Her Highland Fling.

HER HIGHLAND FLING CoverWilliam MacKenzie has always been protective of Moraig, the little Scottish town he calls home. When the town’s economy falters, he comes up with the idea to organize Moraig’s first Highland Games to promote the town as a tourist destination for wealthy Londoners. But for his idea to work, they need to bring in a reporter who will showcase the town in just the right light.

A female journalist might be a tolerated oddity in Brighton, but newly minted reporter Penelope Tolbertson is discovering that finding respect in London is a far more difficult prospect. When she is invited to cover Moraig’s inaugural Highland Games, Penelope hopes to prove herself to her London editors.

William is smitten with the daring female reporter who arrives in Moraig with a nose for news and a smile to slay hearts, but she is initially none too impressed with him. As she comes to understand what lies at the heart of William’s plans for Moraig, Penelope soon revises her opinion of the bumbling Highlander, and realizes she wants more from him than just a story. She’s only got a few days…but maybe a few days is all they need.

Can she convince him to indulge in matters of the flesh rather than the heart?

Or will William convince Penelope there is more to their fling than she thinks?

What Reviewers Are Saying:

I Am, Indeed BlogSpot: Wonderfully rich with what I have come to admire as McQuiston’s ability to engage and envelop readers in her stories, this is not to be missed.

Imagine a World BlogSpot: A truly sweet and delightful read, Her Highland Fling was simply wonderful. It was a charming, enjoyable read and I thought it was fantastic.

Roses are Blue BlogSpot: Warmth, charm, great characters, and a very satisfying resolution.

The Romance Dish: Touches of whimsy add charm while quiet moments between William and Penelope fan the flames of desire in addition to gradually deepening the emotion and feelings between them. McQuiston has crafted a humorous, sexy, whimsical, tender story that stands well on its own.

Manga Maniac Café: Her Highland Fling is a fun story, and I enjoyed my visit to Moraig.  It’s a very fast read with plenty of humor and one very determined spinster ready for her walk on the wild side.  Did I mention the water fairies?

Carole’s Random Life blog: Exactly the kind of novella that I like to read.  It was a fun, touching story that left me feeling completely satisfied after a short time reading.  I would highly recommend this story to all fans of historical romance.

Michele, Goodreads: I was blown away by the author’s writing style and am so impressed that she managed to convey so much in a novella. Whimsical Scottish lore, amusing antics among the highlanders, and a discerning, self-sufficient heroine all worked together flawlessly to create a story that charmed me from beginning to end. Without a doubt, I’ll be reading the other stories in this series!

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