My Highlander Husband


My Highlander Husband

The Clan MacLaren Book 1

by Nancy Pennick

Genre: Sweet Historical Romance

Volatile times engulfed 1715 Scotland. Threats of a Jacobite uprising hung in the air. Lady Juliet Kingston traveled to Glenhaven with her entourage to meet and marry Laird MacLaren’s son with the hopes their union might help calm the rumblings of war—an Englishwoman weds a Scottish Highlander. Juliet longs for home and the man she left behind, until she meets Ross MacLaren. Both are stubborn and strong, but find love. Now a threat comes from a different front, one Juliet cannot fight. She gives up her husband and home to protect those she has come to love and returns to England with John, her former beau. Will she ever find her way back?

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Nancy Pennick grew up and still lives in Northeast Ohio, outside Cleveland, the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She is a young adult, historical romance and romantic suspense author, tea lover and retired teacher moving on to her favorite hobby, writing.

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  1. Thanks for featuring this one. I love highland books.

    1. Hi Debby, So glad to hear that! I enjoyed writing it.

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    1. Thank you! It was created by Caroline Andrus, Melange Books designer

  3. Very nice cover. I love historical reads. Sounds like a terrific romance story

  4. I do like books set in the Highlands, especially historical.

  5. This sounds like an awesome read. Great cover!

  6. I love historical reads. That cover is so great.


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