the third book in my series of historical romantic suspense
for Berkley, is set in the late Victorian period. This is the third book
Seers of Grampian series and is due out in bookstores
in the first week of November this year.
The Seers are
three grandsons of a famous witch, Lady Valeria, each of whom, on her
death, inherited some
This final book in the series, A
Bewitching Bride (Berkley,
November 2010) takes
place in Aberdeen, the Granite City by the cold North Sea,
and in the Dee Valley of the Scottish Highlands.
Gavin Hepburn is a true psychic but as yet
is untested. When he locks eyes with a beautiful stranger
Gavin knows he’s found his quarry—the woman he’s destined
All her life, Kate Cameron has battled the childhood demons of her dreams.
When those around her begin meeting tragic fates, Kate knows she’s
next—until the deliverance of a man she’s never met. But
after a night in hiding, Gavin and Kate are bound by more than just their
The late Victorian era is
a new time period for me. Queen Victoria, now a widow, has been on
the throne for 48 years. Women are demanding equal opportunity with men
the universities and the professions. Female explorers undertake their
own expeditions to places like Egypt and Greece. People are now able
to travel from one end of Britain to the other in trains. Telephones
and telegraph lines connect most major cities and towns.
Publisher: Berkley Publishing
Pub. date: November 2010
an excerpt from Book #3 in the series
Read an excerpt from Book #2 in the series
Scot and I
Read an excerpt from Book
#1 in the series
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to view photographs of settings from The
Runaway McBride, The
Scot and I. and
A Bewitching Bride.