is a Virtual Blurb Blitz Tour stop for Highlander’s Hope by Collette Cameron, a Regency Historical from Soul Mate.
awarding a gift basket that includes a $20 Amazon gift card, Cadbury
Chocolates, Vintage-looking cameo pendant, Highlander’s Hope bookmark, blue
rose china teacup and demi-spoon, blue rose soaps, notepad–all assembled in an
attractive vintage decor box.to to a
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Blurb for Highlander’s Hope:
a day has gone by that Ewan McTavish, the Viscount Sethwick, hasn’t dreamed of
the beauty he danced with two years ago. He’s determined to win her heart and make her his own. Heiress,
Yvette Stapleton, is certain of one thing; marriage is risky and, therefore, to
be avoided. At first, she doesn’t recognize the dangerously handsome man who
rescues her from assailants on London’s docks, but Lord Sethwick’s passionate
kisses soon have her reconsidering her cynical views on matrimony. On a mission to stop
a War Office traitor, Ewan draws Yvette into deadly international intrigue. To
protect her, he exploits Scottish law, declaring her his lawful wife—without
benefit of a ceremony. Yvette is furious upon discovering the irregular
marriage is legally binding, though she never said, “I do.” Will
Ewan’s manipulation cost him her newfound love?
beneath her lashes, she reached up to straighten her bonnet. It hung askew off
the side of her head, like a giant drooping peony. She shoved it back into
place but the moment she removed her hand, it flopped over once more.
unrestrained laughter filled the carriage.
Yvette’s patience with both her rescuer and the silly bonnet were at an end.
She had no choice but to remove the dratted thing to reaffix it. Several
strands of hair tumbled to her shoulders when she removed the cap from her
head. Suppressing a shriek of annoyance, she placed the hat beside her. She
then set about securing the wayward curls. Pinning the last strand in place,
her eyes met those of her companion.
forgetting her unanswered questions, she stilled, as did the world around her.
The air hung suspended in her lungs. Her eyes widened in disbelief, her stunned
gaze riveted on his face. “You exist?” Her voice was husky with awe.
eyebrow, a flicker of humor softened the nobleman’s features. “So it would
dark, caressed Yvette’s heightened senses. She stared. Her gaze roved across
his handsome features returning, as if compelled by some unseen force, to his
mesmerizing turquoise pools gazing back at her sent her senses reeling in
recognition. Her mouth dropped open. No, it couldn’t be. “Am I dreaming?” Giving a quick shake
of her head, she lowered her eyelids for a moment. Lud, but she was befuddled.
“Who are you?
life-long Oregonian, Collette Cameron was born and raised in a small town along
the northern Oregon coast. Today she makes her home in a rural community, 30
minutes west of Portland. Her Victorian farmhouse sits on a one-acre certified
wildlife habit, interspersed with a plethora of gardens: English, rose,
butterfly, rock, water, and of course, vegetable.
voracious reader of romance since her teens, she even named her daughter after
a heroine in her favorite romance novel. An enthusiast of times gone by, and
anything related to romance, she writes Historical Romance, with a dash of
inspiration, a pinch of humor, and a liberal portion of suspense.
dabbled in interior decorating in her youth, Collette returned to school,
graduating summa cum laude from Oregon State University, and going on to obtain
her Master’s Degree in Teaching. She is member of Romance Writers of America,
Rose City Romance Writers, The Beau Monde, and Love Faith and Hope, Inc.
of Collette’s favorite things include unique blends of coffees and teas,
trivia, Cadbury Milk Chocolate, inspirational quotes, and scented candles. Her
Christian faith, husband, three adult children, and five miniature dachshunds
round out her life quite nicely! When she’s not teaching or writing, she enjoys
amateur photography, bird watching, gardening, interior decorating,
rock-hunting, boating or fishing on the Columbia River, and reading.
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