“Aye,” Angus agreed. “When ye see him, he’s nice enough, but ye can see the distance in his eyes, like he’s carrying a burden he cannae unload. . . I’d not want tae be on the other side of a battle from him. He’s got the look of a man who’s seen hell and come back to tell about it.” Rowan MacLaoch is many things, and counted among being an ex-Royal Air Force pilot and chieftain of the MacLaoch clan he is also cursed. Cursed by a woman who he’s never met but shares his blood and her centuries old fate. In the Year of Our Lord 1211, Scotland Pain…
So, as I sit here and type this at Case Study Coffee Shop here in Portland I’ve just witnessed an internet phenomenon – the speed of information. Just Sunday (two days ago) I started the fall holiday sale of The Legend of Lady MacLaoch (ebook is now 99 cents), and before I’ve been able to get out the email and drum up notice about it, word is out and down the block. How does that happen?? Well, before this blog gets to be old news let me say this Q U I C K : The Legend of Lady MacLaoch ebook on sale for the holidays now for 99 cents.