Heaven-Sent Highlander Warriors in Bronze Book 2 by Nancy Lee Badger Genre: Paranormal Romance
A Scottish Highlander falls in battle only to awaken beside bronze statues at a present-day museum. Befriended by a beautiful Fae creature and her allies, he must defeat a demon or die. At an American museum, surrounded by Auguste Rodin’s bronze statues, a Scottish Fae beauty is at a crossroads. Now that Gwendolyn’s friends are engaged, and the demon they fought vanquished, should she return home? After committing a terrible act, she could not explain to her cousin why she had appeared on his doorstep. Alexander awoke in darkness inside a bronze statue, remembering how the green of Scotland’s Culloden field had turned red with blood that day in 1746. Had he died before awakening nude and sightless in front of strangers in present-day Raleigh, North Carolina? The mystery of how was overshadowed by why. Told that another warrior awoke when a demon threatened to take over the world, had a second demon escaped Hell? When the demon appears and demands Gwen join him, Alex must use all his new skills, weapons, and Heaven-sent powers to keep her and the world safe. Goodreads * Amazon
Nancy Lee Badger grew up in Huntington on New York’s Long Island, where school field trips to lofty museums were the norm. After attending Plymouth State, in New Hampshire, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Art Education and met and married her college sweetheart. They raised two handsome sons in Rumney, New Hampshire, where Nancy volunteered as an EMT and firefighter while working full-time. When the children had left the nest, and shoveling show became a chore, she retired from her satisfying job as a 9-1-1 Emergency Medical Dispatcher and moved with her husband to North Carolina, where she writes full-time. Nancy is a member of Romance Writers of America, Heart of Carolina Romance Writers, Fantasy-Futuristic & Paranormal Romance Writers, and the Triangle Association of Freelancers. She loves to travel and attend Scottish Highland Games and is never far from her laptop. She finds story ideas in the most unusual places. Website * Blog * Facebook * Twitter * InstagramBookbub * Pinterest * Amazon * Goodreads
His face was a bruised mess, and his hair still had leaves entwined in the strands. His voice
was like a sorcerer’s . . . low and too pleasant to ignore. Why would he want me to stay?
“Lass,” he said, chuckling, “why else would a man wish a woman to stay? There be a verra
soft bed and darkness to conquer.”
“Now you sound more like the man I ran away from, not too long ago. He wanted me to lie
with him, as well. I choose who. I choose when. Do you understand?” As her voice rose, she
He grew closer, and she could smell the forest on his skin. She gave him a gentle shove,
pushing him inside the room. His hand whipped out for balance and smacked against her breasts.
“Heaven above! Take care, warrior, or you will sleep the sleep of the dead!”
“My pardon. I seem to keep missing the mark. I meant to drag ye close, and kiss ye, but I
am a fumbling idjit.” His shoulders slumped again, and he shuffled farther into the room.
“Wait. I did not mean to sound like such a shrew.”
He turned, but did not quite meet her gaze. “Ye are no’ a wee mouse-like beastie.”
“A figure of speech. Sorry.”
“May I share a kiss?”
Could a simple kiss goodnight hurt? She had felt pain from many aspects of lovemaking,
but . . .
“I would never do anything to harm ye, lass.”
Before she could answer, Alex slid a muscular arm around her waist, and drew her into his
chest, then into the room. Both hands slid up her sides, as if he was following a roadmap like the
ones she and Sam had learned to read. When one hand cupped the back of her head, he drew her
to his mouth, and settled his lips against hers. His touch was gentle and his lips were soft and
warm. A click meant the door had closed.
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