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The
Elusive Highlander
The
Campbell Brothers Trilogy Book 1
by
Ju Ephraime
Genre:
Historical Romance, Time Travel
 
A
WARRIOR TOO ELUSIVE TO CAPTURE 

 

He
is a Scottish Laird who lives in a world of Druid magic and ancient
customs, hand fasted to the sister of his rival clan, MacDougall.
Alasdair thought he was doing the right thing trying to bring peace
to the region. But he is murdered on the eve of his wedding. Not
willing to accept his death, his mother, a Druid priestess, performs
a geas to keep him alive. But something went awry because, as the
last word of the geas was spoken, Alasdair is trapped in time where
he wanders the earth for centuries. The only one who can bring him
back home is his betrothed. He has given up on ever finding her until
she walks into his office in twentieth century Manhattan.

 

A
WOMAN TOO STRONG WILLED TO TAME
Coira Ainsley is a happy-go-lucky
young woman living in twenty-first century Manhattan. Her job as a
travel agent takes her all over. She loves the work she does and is
excellent at it. That is until she follows her client into his office
and finds herself in the fourteenth century at Inveraray Keep in the
Highlands of Scotland. At first, Coira thinks a prank is being played
on her until she sees the giant, wearing nothing but a kilt and a
studded leather strap across his massive chest approach her. Not one
given to swooning, Coira finds herself welcoming the darkness that
come over her as she loses consciousness, without learning that the
naked giant is her betrothed from another time… another place. Will
she give in and accept what has been pre-destined or will she fight
to get back to the life she knows and loves?

 

 
 

 
 
 

A
Knight’s Love
The
Campbell Brothers Trilogy Book 2
 
Fighting
alongside his two brothers, Garvin Campbell of Clan Campbell is
content to remain in the shadows. After all, he’s lived most of his
adult life as a Knight Templar, and that requires him being in the
shadows, not seen or heard. “Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed
Nomini tuo da gloriam; (Not unto us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto
thy Name, give glory).” That was the rule of the Templars until
they were forced to disband at the request of King Philip IV “the
Fair” of France.

 

Many
of the Order’s members in France were arrested and tortured. However,
Scotland did not get involved in the arrests and prosecution of the
Knights. There was no recognized king of the Scots, and with the
Bruce having already been excommunicated, the Roman church had little
say in Scottish politics, so Garvin returned to his clan to use his
skills in the fight against the English for Scottish
independence.

 

Having
been told all her life to avoid the Campbells, the last thing Lady
Helen is thinking about is falling in love with a Campbell, and a
Knight Templar at that. She is aware the Templar Knight has taken a
vow of abstinence, so when Garvin Campbell comes to her clan to
deliver the decree from Robert the Bruce, Helen is unprepared for the
connection she immediately feels for the knight. She dismisses it as
butterflies at meeting a knight, but fate has other plans for her and
Garvin, as he becomes her reason for living and he forgoes his
training of remaining in the shadows as he surrenders to love.

 

 
 
His
For the Claiming
The
Campbell Brothers Trilogy book 3
 
Tristan
(Tris) Campbell accepts the fact that his brother came back to them
from the land of the fae. He accepts that life in the Highlands with
his clan is fraught with strife and danger… that they will be
forever warring with opposing clans for Scottish independence. What
he doesn’t expect is that, like his brother Alasdair, he, too, will
travel through time to find his one true love, Lady Brianne
O’Connor.

 

Lady
Brianne O’Connor has vowed never to take a husband, and as she is
her father’s only child and heir, he does not dissuade her but
allows her to live as she pleases. After her new husband is murdered,
or so she thinks, she takes to unexplainable weeping, spending all
her days and nights in her bedchamber at Kilchurn Castle mourning
him. That is the only place in which she feels safe… the only room
where she can be with the love of her life. She is torn with grief by
his untimely death.

 

Tristan
comes upon a woman in a vision, and now he must find a way to connect
with her… a woman he is convinced he knows but, for the life of
him, can’t recall from where. Bent on finding the woman who stirs
his senses like no other, Tris will not rest until he can feel her in
his arms again….

 

Willhe succeed? Will Lady Brianne’s mourning finally be over?

 

 
 

 
 
 
 
Ju
Ephraime writes steamy high heat romances, packed with emotions and
strong alpha characters and always a wonderful, happy ever after. She
has won several awards for her writing, and had even seconded in
Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest, with her White Magic Woman. When
not writing romance novels, Ju could be found writing children’s
books, which includes her, Too-Clever series, a collection of ten
children stories. Ju writes her children’s stories under, Dr. Julia
E. Antoine. These days she stays busy helping in the community and
donating her services to a not-for-profit organization, which she
helped establish. Presently, she resides in CT where she has lived
with her family for the past thirty years. She still misses her time
on the sunny Caribbean islands, but takes pleasure in using them as
backdrops to some of her stories.
 
Something in his stance must have alerted her to the trouble she could be in, and she
opened her mouth. Garvin didn’t know what she intended to do. He covered her mouth with his
in a kiss that was as hungry as it was desperate. After a good minute, he withdrew his lips and
stared into her eyes. He wasn’t surprised to see her staring back at him, her beautiful blue eyes
as round as saucers. He had frightened her.
“Let me go, sir,” she whispered.
For long minutes, Garvin fought the sexual hunger her closeness provoked. The strength
of his reaction left him speechless. She was so beautiful, so reckless, her passionate spirit cried
out to him.
Not wanting her to fear him, he moved away. She remained standing in the same spot a
good minute before she ran to her horse and mounted with one leap. She took off with the same
reckless abandonment she had displayed when she had arrived. The fates help me, he wanted
her so badly it almost brought him to his knees.

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Comments

  1. Lisa Brown says:

    I enjoyed getting to know your book and thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  2. Julie Bickham says:

    Seems like a interesting story. I look forward to reading it.

  3. I would probably enjoy this book as I like this genre. And kilts.

  4. Linda Szymoniak says:

    I really like this cover. Can’t say exactly why, but it really caught my eye from the first time I saw it.

  5. Darlene Owen says:

    My question is where do you get your ideas for your stories.

  6. James Robert says:

    I appreciate getting to read about another great book since I have so many big readers in my family. Thank you and also I appreciate the giveaway and opportunity to win.

  7. Ann Fantom says:

    I find the cover humorous! I immediately smiled when I saw it.

  8. Kenneth Helmick says:

    The cover could use some work.

  9. Abigail Gibson says:

    The cover looks great!

  10. Love the cover, especially how the light falls. It’s so romantic!

  11. Azeem Isaahaque says:

    Love seeing new interesting books

  12. Adrienne Gordon says:

    The cover is ok, not one of my favorties

  13. I like the cover

  14. Amy Welling says:

    OH I love a man in a kilt!! Will def read read!!

  15. Cynthia C says:

    Sorry, but I think the cover artwork could be better.

  16. great cover, it works well with the story.

  17. paige chandler says:

    I think the book cover is awesome. I want to met him, Oooh la la

  18. David Hollingsworth says:

    Looks like a thrilling cover and story.

  19. Ashley C says:

    The book cover looks adventurous and interesting

  20. Kyl Neusch says:

    I like the cover.

  21. Christina Gould says:

    I’ve never read a book in the medieval genre. It would be a nice change of pace. Thanks for the giveaway!

  22. I like the colors

  23. Shelby Gil says:

    Looks nice! 🙂

  24. susan smoaks says:

    this sounds like a great book. it looks good.

  25. It sounds like an interesting read.

  26. Alexandra Y says:

    The cover is interesting.

  27. Susan Smith says:

    Sounds like a great read.

  28. JASON JENNINGS says:

    i like it

  29. Stephanie Liske says:

    Cover looks weird.

  30. I like the book cover, The author does subjects I am interested in.

  31. What an interesting take on a love story and time travel!

  32. Angelica Dimeo says:

    love the cover it looks nice

  33. Sarah L says:

    Looks like an interesting book.
    Thanks for the contest. 

  34. melissa Resnick says:

    looks really interesting

  35. jodi Hassel says:

    i really like the book cover!

  36. Stephanie Larison says:

    I like the cover, it stands out.

  37. DeAnna Keller says:

    Looks like an interesting book. I will have to check it out!

  38. Seyma Bennett says:

    Sounds like a great adventure! I can’t wait to read it.

  39. The cover really grabbed my attention. I love medieval times and time travel! Sounds like a great read!

  40. Danalee Davis says:

    I think the cover makes it looks interesting. No questions at this time.

  41. Shannon Baas says:

    Neat cover.

  42. I like the long hairs!

  43. heather Kaufman says:

    I think the book will be great, but the cover looks a little cartoonish.

  44. Kerry P says:

    The cover looks good, but a little bit busy with the medallion items.

  45. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    The story sounds very intriguing. thanks!

  46. The cover model looks a little top heavy–maybe a little too muscular in his chest and shoulders, with waist and hips too small. I am all for strong and fit, but in proportion please.

  47. Julie Waldron says:

    It sounds like a great series! But the faces on the covers look like they don’t really match with the bodies, as if they were pasted on.

  48. Jennifer H. says:

    Thanks for the chance! I don’t have any questions.

  49. kathy pease says:

    I think the book sounds really good and I would love to read it.

  50. krystal wethington says:

    Honestly the cover is a bit cartoony(if thats a real word).

  51. Stacey A Smith says:

    the covers get your attention that’s for shur . I love the A Knight’s Love cover the best.

  52. These books sound interesting.

  53. I love this genre, so I’m sure I’d like the book. The cover leaves me asking questions and wanting to know more.

  54. Buddy Garrett says:

    It sounds like a great read.

  55. Trisha McKee says:

    I think the cover is intriguing. It looks like an interesting summer read.

  56. The cover is fabulous.

  57. Amy Smeltzer says:

    Doesn’t really interest me.

  58. Philip Lawrence says:

    I did not like the cover since the head and hair of the character did not match his body or build.

  59. Celeste Herrin says:

    The cover is okay. I have to say it is not one of my favorites though.

  60. It sounds like a very interesting story.