My Highland Spy
By Victoria Roberts
September 2, 2014
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This Highland Laird won’t bow to the Crown
Laird Ruairi Sutherland refuses to send his only son away to be educated by the English. And he most definitely will not appear in Edinburgh to pay homage to a liege who has no respect for Scotland. So he does what any laird would do—he lies to the king. The last thing Ruairi expects is a beautiful English governess to appear on his doorstep.
But this lady spy might make him…
Lady Ravenna Walsingham is a seasoned spy who is sent to the savage Highlands to uncover a nefarious plot against the Crown. Playing the part of an English governess—a job easier said than done—she infiltrates the home of Laird Sutherland, a suspected conspirator.
If she doesn’t betray him first
Ravenna soon discovers that the only real threat Sutherland poses is to her heart. But will the proud Highland laird ever forgive her when he discovers the woman he loves in an English spy?
Award-winning author Victoria Roberts writes Scottish historical romances about kilted heroes and warriors from the past. She was named by RT Book Reviews as “one of the most promising debut authors across the genres” and was also a 2013 RT Reviewers’ Choice award winner for X Marks the Scot.
Represented by Jill Marsal of the Marsal Lyon Literary Agency, Victoria is a member of Romance Writers of America® and several local chapters, as well as a contributing author to the online magazine Celtic Guide.
Victoria lives in western Pennsylvania with her husband of twenty one years and their two beautiful children—not to mention one spoiled dog. When she is not plotting her next Scottish adventure, she’s dragging her clan to every Scottish festival under the sun.
Visit her at www.victoriarobertsauthor.com.
PLEASE WELCOME VICTORIA TO BOOKHOUNDS!
1. Do you have a secret talent?
Thank you so much for having me today. I do have another talent, but it’s not a secret. I’ve played the electric guitar for years. I have a custom Ace Frehley Les Paul and a Marshall amp.
2. Is there a song that really reminds you of your book?
I have to write in dead silence so there’s not any particular song that reminds me of my book. But every time I hear Celtic music, I long for Scotland.
3. What was the easiest thing about writing this book?
I don’t think there’s anything easy about writing, at least with my muse, but the descriptions of Scotland’s beauty comes from the heart in all my books.
4. Is there a word you love to use?
Aye… Arse. I love to hear the Scots say the words with that lovely brogue.
5. Any real or imaginary pets?
Our family has a mixed lab named Zoe. She was rescued from a shelter by my daughter six years ago.
WANT TO WIN THIS AWESOME BOOK?
What was the best part of your summer? Sourcebooks will give away one paperback copy of My Highland Spy (US and Canada only, please.)
Nancy Luebke says
I like the Scottish brouge too. But I’ve never been there. That’s why I enjoy books like yours because you give us some of that flavor .
Anita Yancey says
The best part of my summer was reading lots of good books. Thanks for having the giveaway.
My nephew’s wedding. Thanks.
Spending so much time together with my girlfriend (we’re long distance).
Nicole D. says
Spending Time with my Dad,Mom,and Brother.
Thanks for the giveaway.
going to the beach
It was more the end of summer/start of fall that I would say was the best, hopefully it still counts. My kids usually spend the summers with their Dads so I don’t really do much other than veg in the actual summer. Anyway in September we went to Bookmarks Festival and that was a blast.
i started on family tree and found out i have royaty in family and then i own a castle
Reading on the beach!
Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
Teresa g says
Best part of my summer was visiting my mom and sister in Michigan (I live in Texas) with my son! We had a fantastic time seeing family and friends that we have not seen in years. Thanks for this opportunity.
Cathy P says
I spent a week visiting my brother in Scottsdale, AZ.in July and August. It was the first time I had visited him in 14 years. We had a great time!
Irene Newstead says
My favorite thing this summer was watching my 72 year old husband kayaking for the first time.