Lord of Love and Legends:Magical Tales of Timeless Desire by Allie MacKay

From USA Today Bestselling and
National Award-winning Authors
Allie Mackay, Brenda Jernigan and Sue-Ellen Welfonder
Four magical tales of timeless desire
Allie Mackay, Brenda Jernigan, Sue-Ellen Welfonder
Genre: Historical Romance, Scottish Romance, Regency Romance
Series: Legends Series, Book 2
Publisher: Scott Publishing
Publication Date: January 9, 2017
Lords of Love and Legends introduces you to lords and ladies who live and love in a world of magic and enchantment. The long ago days we dream about is their reality. In this collection, our heroes and heroines will take you there. Along the way, you’ll see them meet and fall in love, and you’ll share their happy-ever-after ending.
We’d like to thank you for joining them. We’ll leave the page here so they can whisk you away.
USA Today Bestselling and National Award-winning Authors Sue-Ellen Welfonder (aka Allie Mackay) and Brenda Jernigan sweep you into a long ago world of breathtaking passion and adventure where myth and legend was real, danger abounded, and lords and ladies risked everything for love!

Winter Fire by Sue-Ellen Welfonder... When a Highland lass meets a dashing stranger in an enchanted place, she gladly gives her heart – and her passion – to the lover she only knows as the Lord of Winter.

The Duke’s Lady by Brenda Jernigan… If you yearn for classic romance with noblemen, ladies, and intrigue, complete with a magnificent Cornish setting, this is your tale…
Some Like It Kilted by Allie Mackay… A legendary Highland chieftain and a modern American woman aren’t prepared for the passion that flares between them, or the ancient secrets that would tear them apart.
The Wicked Lady by Brenda Jernigan… If you like humor and a fun-filled read…this one is for you… When Trevor Claremont is blind-sided by a pickpocket, he isn't prepared for the feisty redhead who he finds is one wicked lady.

Treat yourself to hours of reading enjoyment with this beautiful collection of unforgettable romance!


Some Like It Kilted
 by Allie Mackay
A legendary Highland chieftain and a modern American woman aren’t prepared for the passion that flares between them, or the ancient secrets that would tear them apart. 

(Set-up to excerpt: Heroine Mindy is in Scotland and taking a ferry to an island in the Hebrides – in the excerpt below, she spots the hero Bran of Barra at the ship’s rail) 

On the Ferry…

     A kilted man stood at the rail.
     Mindy was certain he hadn’t been there before.
     He stood in shadow, his chin lifted proudly and his gaze on the sea, but he didn’t need to be looking Mindy’s way for her to recognize him.
     He was Bran of Barra.
     And here – in his element, his powerful silhouette limned against the rolling sea and dark clouds – he was magnificent.  Glorious in a way no modern man could compete.  Wind lifted his hair and tore at his plaid, but he stood tall and unbending, as if the gusting spray and damp didn’t faze him.
     She surely looked like a bedraggled wet hen.
     He was breathtaking.
     And he wasn’t just hewn of this wild, watery world.  He was its master and wasn’t shy about proclaiming his supremacy.  It thrummed through every brawny inch of him and shimmered in the air around him, leaving no doubt that he ruled these dominions.  And that he loved them with a fierceness that almost fringed on unholy.
     Mindy swallowed, her heart thumping.
     When he turned and looked at her, she almost choked.  She did flush.  A wave of heat swept her, clear to her toes.
     “So-o-o, Mindy-lass, tell me true” - he didn’t move, but his voice came as close as if his lips had brushed her ear – “are you awed yet?”
     “No, you don’t awe me,” she lied, glaring at him.  “I think you’re-”
     “Oh-ho, what’s this?”  He held up his hands.  “I didn’t mean my own self.  I wanted to know” – his blue eyes sparkled and he flashed one of his crooked smiles – “if you’ve fallen under the spell of my isles?”


The Duke's Lady
By Brenda Jernigan
Images filled her dark world.
First, a flash of blue—beautiful, tranquil—then flashes of white as two ships bobbed like tiny corks in the middle of a stormy sapphire sea. Billowing canvas sails flapped in the wind, catching her attention just before someone yelled, “Come about!”
Suddenly, a loud explosion jarred her, followed by shouts of panic from all directions. The sails came tumbling down, and she saw blood . . . lots of blood.
Jewel tossed and turned in her fever-induced sleep, trying to cry for help, but the sound wouldn’t come.
Somewhere a man screamed in agony. Blood oozed between his fingers as he turned and glared at her. She gasped at the sight. His cheek had been ripped open from his mouth to his ear.
The grotesque face was too close for comfort as he reached out and grabbed her wrist, sending the small, bloody knife she held skittering across the deck. Jewel tried to swing out, but someone held her arms. She couldn’t move.
She couldn’t breathe.
She was going to die.
When she looked again, her attacker had disappeared, and Jewel slipped back into the timeless void she’d been in before.
Peaceful sleep ... no pain. Such a blissful state. She wanted to stay here forever.
She felt something cool on her forehead, and her eyelids fluttered open and she found herself staring into the Devil’s black eyes. Her bottom lip quivered as she pleaded, “Please, don’t hurt me.”
The words had barely been uttered before she drifted back into a foggy state of sleep. She felt the comfort and warmth of the Devil, and vaguely heard his softly spoken words, which left her with a feeling of contentment.
Strong arms cradled her close, yet she sensed those same arms were capable of crushing the very life from her body. But for now they offered her comfort.


(Post I ~ TOP TEN List 5 by SE, 5 by BJ)

        6 Feet Under Books Blog:
Author Suggested Topic:
Top Ten Things That Happen When Writing Books

AM/SEW:  Everyone you know (and even some you don’t know) will suddenly need/want something from you. In particular something that involves your time.

AM/SEW:  In my world, a writing deadline means (almost without fail) that an incredibly noisy and intrusive construction site will appear in the immediate vicinity of my writing office. The chaos and disruption will be extreme and last throughout the writing of the book.

AM/SEW:  My cat will become increasingly annoyed by the long hours spent at the computer each day. This eventually results in him repeatedly nipping my ankles until I stop writing to cuddle or play with him. (or give him treats)

AM/SEW:  Somewhere near the umpteenth read-through of the book, I decide I hate it and never want to read a sentence of it again. (this feeling goes away after the book is release – thank goodness)

AM/SEW:  Close to the end, the chaos from my ‘outside world’ (see point two about nearby construction sites) moves to my ‘inside world’ and something major happens to cause havoc: a toilet or the washing machine will overflow and flood the house, a blanket will disintegrate in the dryer and cause itty-bitty pieces of ‘fluff’ to go everywhere, a major appliance will die and necessitate the removal of the old and the hassle of looking for, purchasing, and dealing with the delivery of a replacement. Best of all, some kind of weirdness will happen to my computer, which really slows the process. The list goes on. 
The Top Things to know about Brenda Jernigan
1.   Five Fun Facts about yourself.  I’m retired.  I’m dyslexic.  I’m a redhead.  I’m easy going.  I hated reading when I was young.
2.   Night or day writer?  I write on paper first. I have trouble sitting for long periods behind the computer – probably because I did it for so many – so I write 30 mins here and there unless I’m on a good scene and the words keep coming.  I’m not a morning person or an evening person.  However I do have several hours around lunchtime, which is my best time.
3.    Quiet or music when you write? – When I worked - I use to go to the lake at lunchtime and write in my car.  That was/is my favorite time, because it is quite and nobody can bother you and you can’t see something else you need to be doing.  Sometimes when I am typing on the computer, I will put on Beethoven because it is smoothing.
4.    Favorite food(s)? Steak and bake potatoes
5.    What you’d never eat? Collards and I don’t care for mushy green stuff.
6.    Coffee or tea? Both and I’m a Pepsi girl.
7.   Favorite season? I like all the seasons but get tired of each one.  My favorite is fall and spring.
8.    Favorite time and place to read?  In bed.  I love it when you are trying to stay awake to read 1 more page and the book slips from your hand.  Best way to go to sleep.

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About the Authors

Allie Mackay
"Mackay is a master at penning magical tales of love across the ages."

~ Fresh Fiction

Allie Mackay is the pseudonym for USA Today bestselling author Sue-Ellen Welfonder who won Romantic Times Best Historical Romance Award for her debut title, Devil in a Kilt. Many of her books have been RT Award nominees, and most have received RT Top Picks and K.I.S.S. Hero Awards. She is thrilled to be an Amazon All-Star Author, and a winner of InD'Tale's RONE Award. Her favorite reader compliment is that her stories transport them to medieval Scotland, the setting of most of her books. She has three grand passions: Scotland, the paranormal, and animals. All can be found in her fun and sexy, light-hearted paranormal romances.
Brenda Jernigan

“Brenda Jernigan writes Romance, Adventure and Magic.”

~ Publisher’s Weekly

Brenda Jernigan is a Bestselling Author. Her books have been nominated for many awards – Book Seller’s Best Award, The Maggie Award, and The Holt Medallion Award. 
She grew up living the life of a tomboy – climbing trees, playing ball, and excluding starry-eyed romance from her daily repertoire.
Brenda discovered the love for books while taking her son to Story Hour at the local library – she was hooked. 
She figured having the same birthday as Ernest Hemingway couldn’t hurt.
Sue-Ellen Welfonder
“Sue-Ellen Welfonder brings legends and love to life.”
~ Fresh Fiction
USA Today bestselling author Sue-Ellen Welfonder won Romantic Times Best Historical Romance Award for her debut title, Devil in a Kilt.  Many of her books have been RT Award nominees, and have received RT Top Picks and K.I.S.S. Hero Awards. She is thrilled to be an Amazon All-Star Author, and a winner of InD'Tale's RONE Award. Her favorite reader compliment is that her stories transport them to medieval Scotland, the setting of most of her books.  She is also known for her strong heroines, Alpha heroes, and weaving Highland magic and humor into her tales.
Sue-Ellen also writes as Allie Mackay, penning contemporary paranormals, mostly set in the Scottish Highlands
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