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Scottish Island Novels

by author Audrey McClallan

Everyone's entitled to some fantasy in their lives! Where better to find it than on a Scottish island? Every book is personally signed by the author!

New! Rosie's Ceilidh
by Audrey McClellan

Many of you are already familiar with Audrey's wonderful Scottish Island Novels. Rosie's Ceilidh is her latest novel, hot off the press. Whether you are already a fan of Audrey's books or not, you needn't have read any of the other books to read and fully enjoy Rosie's Ceilidh. It's a tale of two dogs, and the little girl who loves them... a tale of courage, perseverance and patience. This book is illustrated, and perfect for children and adults, ages 12 and up. It's an especially good book for parents or grandparents to read with a child or grandchild!
Softcover, 160 pages. Personally signed by the author.

Westering Home

Westering Home
by Audrey McClellan

Book One in the series of Scottish island novels.

Jean Abbott, happily married for twenty years, is devastated when husband Russ confesses that he's having an affair. Seeking time and space to rebuild her life she flees to tiny Scottish island Eilean Dubh, on the pretext of tracing an ancestor who emigrated from there. He's the mysterious Uisdean, whose letters to his lost lover Morag were found by Jean in family papers.

Jean meets Darroch Mac an Righ, a television actor who is the Island's reluctant Laird...relucatnt because his great-grandfather gave up the title, telling the Islanders they should rule themselves. Every eldest Mac an Righ male since has tried to get rid of the lairdship yoke, but the Islanders want Darroch as their chief. He calls it "that bloody Laird business," but accepts the responsibility.

Discovering Jean's glorious singing voice, Darroch invites her to join him and friends Jamie and Mairi MacDonald in performing lovely Island music, which he teaches her as their friendship develops in cozy afternoons in his cottage.

Jean falls in love with the beautiful Dark Island as she becomes immersed in its music and legends, weeds a haunted graveyard, becomes assistant to a gourmet chef, and learns the tragic story of Uisdean and Morag.

But it's not till Darroch is caught in a blizzard and ends up half frozen at Jean's cottage door that she realizes she's also fallen in love with the Island's Laird. Now she has a real problem; she's married to a man who won't let her go, and she wants another man...and his Island.
Softcover, 440 pages. Personally signed by the author.

The White Rose of Scotland The White Rose of Scotland
by Audrey McClellan

The Love story continues with the second novel about Jean, Darroch and Eilean Dubh. Includes new Sherry Ladig tunes and a new Scottish country dance by Lara Friedman-Shedlov.
Softcover, 368 pages. Personally signed by the author.

The Devil and the Dark Island The Devil and the Dark Island
by Audrey McClellan

The third book in the Eilean Dubh series.Ghostly wisps torment Bonnie Prince Jamie, an evil property developer lusts for Eilean Dubh's beautiful coastline, an archaeologist lusts for a Mesolithic site, and a newspaper editor lusts for the archaeologist!
also included: more original Sherry Ladig tunes and two new Scottish country dances, plus three Eilean Dubh folk tales with illustrations.
Softcover, 400 pages. Personally signed by the author.

 

Scottish Island Trilogy
by Audrey McClellan

Order all three (Westering Home, The White Rose of Scotland, and The Devil and The Dark Island) and save! All softcover, and all signed by the author!

Magic Carpet Ride
by Audrey McClellan

Dorcas Carrothers is a shy, sweet rug designer from Minneapolis's placid Linden Hills. Angus Alexandre MacLachlan MacQuirter is a gorgeous, goofy writer from Quebec, half French, half Scottish.
Dressed in a kilt for a publicity photo, Angus rescues Dorcas when her car slides into a ravine on the Cabot Trail in the Cape Breton Highlands.
Woozy from her accident, romance novel reader Dorcas thinks she's gone through a time-space warp back into medieval Scotland. For her, Angus is a fantasy — a dream come true — a genuine, cinnamon-haired, Scottish barbarian in living color and fully kilted!
"Are you going to ravish me?" Dorcas gasped, totally befuddled.
He blinked. Then his mouth quirked into a grin. "A charming idea..."
Softcover, 240 pages. Personally signed by the author.
   
   
 

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