Looking for Scottish Historical Romance? Try My Favorite Author.

When I started reading romance over twenty years ago, it was Johanna Lindsey who lured me into the genre. Also an avid Jude Deveraux and Julie Garwood fan, it wasn’t long before I finished all of my favorite author’s offerings. Reading romance on and off, sprinkled with a bit of A Song of Fire and Ice, Outlander, Harry Potter (of course) and educational books, it wasn’t until the summer of 2014 I finally found an author worthy of binge reading again.

Photo Credit: MonicaMcCarty.com

Photo Credit: MonicaMcCarty.com

Purchasing most books these days via Kindle, I downloaded a sample of The Chief by Monica McCarty and was hooked. By the end of our annual beach vacation at Sea Isle City, I was fully ensconced in the story of elite Scottish warriors known as the Highland Guard. Any student of history, or fan of Braveheart, is familiar with Robert the Bruce.

Scouring the darkest corners of the Highlands and Western Isles, Robert the Bruce handpicks ten warriors to help him in his quest to free Scotland from English rule. They are the best of the best, chosen for their superior skills in each discipline of warfare. To lead his secret Highland Guard, Bruce chooses the greatest warrior of all.

Source: The Chief, MonicaMcCarty.com

I can Google “medieval historical romance” all day to find new novels. Ones as well-written and intricately researched are much more difficult to uncover. Reading every book in the series in record time, I was thrilled when Monica* recently announced the publication of two earlier works. Though Regency and not my favorite time period, I was nevertheless overjoyed.

Looking forward to Monica McCarty’s The Striker, the first book I’ve ever pre-ordered, I’m concentrating on my own writing in the interim since finding an author this good takes more time than I have at the moment.

*Update* The Striker was awesome, of course. Have you read any of Monica McCarty’s books? What do you think?

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