Three best-selling, award-winning, authors, three heart-felt stories, the splendor of Scotland, and a legend passed down through generations. These are the romantic tales of The Summer Star…
MAIDEN FROM THE MIST by Tanya Anne Crosby
A sequel novella for Guardians of the Stone.
Stricken blind by his grief, Caden MacSwein has sequestered himself like a beast in his castle by the sea. It is whispered he slew his own brother, and now is cursed by the Gods. When a maiden from Inverness arrives on his shores on the eve of the summer star, Caden convinces himself she alone holds the key to the return of his sight. But he must ken that his blindness comes from within… or he will never save the maiden from the mist from the danger that pursues her.
THE REIVER by Glynnis Campbell
A prequel novella for Medieval Outlaws.
Raised by her abusive uncle, Cristy Moffat will do anything to impress her brawny cousins, including reiving the neighbor’s cattle…until she steals the wrong cow and is caught in the act by the new laird. Brochan Macintosh has his hands full, repairing his tower house and raising his motherless twins. But when his plans to trade Cristy for his cattle go awry, he wonders if he wants to ransom her after all. Can he tame her wild ways and give her a family to love, and will Cristy be the one to heal his loneliness?
MACALPIN’S HEART by Laurin Wittig
A prequel novella for Guardians of the Targe
Elspet MacAlpin needs a husband soon, but not just anyone will do. To protect the lore that surrounds the Guardian, tradition says she must choose from the warriors of her clan, but she is determined to marry for love, as the previous Guardian did before her. When Kenneth MacGregor arrives at Dunlairig Castle on a quest to find his lost brother – his only living family – he is lost himself. Rootless and lonely, he is drawn to the lively Elspet, but he will not allow himself to fall for her. His quest cannot be abandoned… and yet… Can either of them do their duty to family and give in to their destiny that is in the stars?
If you loved The Winter Stone, you won’t want to miss The Summer Star!