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The Witch Hunter...

Here’s an introduction to my Witch Hunter series… a paranormal, mystery romance set in Scotland in the late 1800s. Release date yet to be determined. I’ve so enjoyed writing about this unlikely couple, so please let me know what you think of them.  A bit of a change from Highlanders but fear not more Highlander books are on the way!…

Honora Sinclare shares a tale of a witch...

My mum taught me to respect the forest and beware of all its occupants, even the ones you cannot see. The forest ghosts and goblins she called them and of course there were the fairies. The creatures fiercely protected their home and all in it. That was why my mum would hunt for plants only certain times of the day…

The Devil's Den... Part Two

“I was taught to believe in evil since good could not truly exist without its counterpart,” Sarina said cuddling close to her husband’s warmth in bed. “But I believed the devil nothing more than myth, the epitome of what evil could be if it took form. Dagon tucked his wife closer glad she enjoyed sleeping naked and cuddled against him.…

Witches, Healers, Heroines...

Readers who are familiar with my books know that a few of my heroines are healers. My first heroine who was a healer was Lil Prescott in Rebellious Bride, a western I wrote many years ago. She wanted to learn medicine and the old doc who taught her also encouraged her to learn from the ‘old woman in the woods.’…

The Devil's Den Part One

“Someone bought the Devil’s Den?” “McDevin Manor,” Dagon corrected his wife. Sarina placed their eight-month-old, sleeping son Alexander in the cradle not far from the sitting room’s large fireplace tucking the soft blue, handmade knit baby blanket around him. Castle Rasmus could be a drafty place and with autumn proving colder than usual in Scotland this year fireplaces were kept…