A Haunted Scot

A Haunted Scot

Sometimes a man must face what is truly important. Devotion and duty can tear their life apart.

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Sometimes a man must face what is truly important. Devotion and duty can tear their life apart.

Being head archer for the Laird, Naill Hay takes his leadership role very seriously. The fact he’s neglected his family over his duties suddenly becomes apparent when his wife asks that he not return home. When an apparition visits him one night, his eyes are opened to a horrible truth.

After years of being neglected by her husband, Bree Hay has learned to survive and provide for their two children on her own. When her husband returns and places blame at her feet, it’s the last straw.

She decides it’s better to live alone than remain married to the man she loves, but can never forgive.

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Clan Ross
A Heartless Laird
A Hardened Warrior
A Hellish Highlander
A Flawed Scotsman
A Fearless Rebel
A Fierce Archer
A Haunted Scot (Novella)

(Note: This story was first published as part of the Dragonblade Publishing Boxed set O’ Night Divine, December 2020)

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Series: Clan Ross, Book 7
Genres: Medieval, Scottish
Tag: Dragonblade Original
ASIN: B0B5MKYNQQ
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Hildie McQueen

Most days USA Today Bestseller Hildie McQueen can be found in her overly tight leggings and green hoodie, holding a cup of British black tea while stalking her hunky lawn guy. Author of Medieval Highlander and American Historical romance, she writes something every reader can enjoy.

Hildie’s favorite past-times are reader conventions, traveling, shopping and reading.

She resides in a beautiful small town in Georgia with her super-hero husband Kurt and three little doggies.

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