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I’m so pleased you’ve stopped by for a visit. Have a look around, find out the latest news, have a glance at my bookshelf, sign up for my book alerts if you would like to be notified when a new book is available, and if you’re curious about me go to About Donna. Have a particular question you’d like to ask me, just contact me. I love hearing from my readers. Oh, and don’t forget to have a look at my blog below. I enjoy posting sneak peeks of coming books and I also enjoy letting everyone know what my past and present sexy heroes and remarkable heroines are up to.

Enjoy your visit and come back soon.

Donna

DONNA'S BLOG

Introducing my redesigned website

I’m so excited to officially launch my new redesigned website. Take a moment and browse around. Under the Bookshelf tag you’ll find my printable book list, book news, and info on my various books, which is still being added to. And don’t forget to subscribe to my Book Alert List, so you don’t miss any of my new releases. To the left you’ll see Latest News which is where I will post my most current book available. And of course my blog is right on the homepage so you don’t miss those sneak peeks of future books I like to post. Alert… a sneak peek is coming soon.

I want to thank The Killion Group for doing such a terrific redesign. They were a dream to work with and made the project painless.

Take your time and explore and let me know what you think! :)

Any day now… The Highlander’s Stolen Heart!

babbling  brook St. Kevin Monastic Site gelndalough Ireland 2013 Emma had come across a babbling stream, the tracks she had been following having taken her off a well-worn path. While her horse drank, she discarded her cloak and knelt beside the water and got a distorted glimpse of her reflection, which made her look even worse than she already did. Dried mud spotted her face here and there and her hair hung in strings over her shoulders. Her hands were a mixture of dried mud and scratches, and she wished she had remembered to use the salve in her satchel before leaving the stable. The mixture was her own concoction she had scented with lavender and it kept her hands in fine shape, not to mention soft and smelling nice. But she had forgotten about it and now she had no time to care for her hands, or for that matter herself. She looked affright, and she doubted that even a brief washing would change that.

She went to dip her hands in the water when she caught another reflection shimmering just behind hers. It towered over her and the breadth of it made it seem like it was about to devour her.

 

Soon!

The Highlander’s Stolen Heart

Book 1 Macinnes Sisters Trilogy

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