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Review: The Trouble with Highlanders by Mary Wine

Review: The Trouble with Highlanders by Mary Wineby Lynn Reynolds

Review by Lynn Reynolds The year is 1488. Daphne MacLeod is having a really good dream about Norris Sutherland. Norris is having an interesting conversation with his father about Daphne. What I love about Mary’s book is that she has made Daphne an independent woman during the middle ages when women were to take care […]

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Get into Bed with Mary Wine (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Mary Wine (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: As an author of 20+ works, what is your process? Do you have any tips for perseverance or obtaining a steady/growing word count? Mary Wine: Hello Folks! It’s grand to be here! Thanks for having me over to blog. I’m really excited to have The Trouble with Highlanders making its way into your hands. […]

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Illuminist Society Fact or Fiction?

Illuminist Society Fact or Fiction?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Mary Wine, author of A Lady Can Never Be Too Curious Hello Everyone! My newest baby…okay, book, is ‘A Lady Can Never Be Too Curious’. It’s my first Steam Punk Romance and it was a delight to write. What’s a Steam Punk? Are you hearing the gene but a little unsure if […]

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What Drives a Highland Laird to Kidnap and Why Do We Read It?

What Drives a Highland Laird to Kidnap and Why Do We Read It?by Guest Blogger

Guest Post by Mary Wine, author of The Highlander’s Prize Good Morning Folks! This isn’t the first time I’ve addressed the topic of kidnapping in romance novels. Honestly, it’s one of my favorite themes to read. Why? Well from the stand point of entertainment, I think we all love stories about someone rising above overwhelming […]

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Review: Highland Hellcat by Mary Wine

Review: Highland Hellcat by Mary Wineby Mandy Dougherty

by Mandy Dougherty, guest reviewer OVERVIEW A life of purity, simplicity and devotion was the life that young Brina Chattan has been raised to endure.  Promised to the church from birth Brina, the daughter of a noble Scottish laird, knows that the day is quickly approaching when she will leave the walls of Chattan Castle […]

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