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Welcome back to Medieval Monday!  Our theme of “Celebrations” continues, and today I’m featuring Lane McFarland’s Cameron, the first book of The Daughters of Alastair MacDougall series.

If you’re following my excerpt from Night of the Owl, you can find the fifth snippet on Lane’s blog: http://www.lanemcfarland.com/blog/

Now, let’s enjoy her fifth snippet:

“M’lady.” He stopped beside her and watched the revelers.

Stilted silence passed between them before she spoke. “Yer leg is doing well?”

“Aye, it is.” He rubbed his thigh. “It’s a wee bit sore, but it’s better.”

“That’s good.”

They turned back to the dancers. She searched for something to say, not sure where she stood with him. The last time she saw him, he had railed at her, making it clear he didn’t want her near him.

Follow along next week on Mary Morgan’s blog at https://www.marymorganauthor.com/blog

A little more about the book:

Determined to band Scots together against English tyranny, Laird Robert Graham seals a truce with his feuding neighbors, the MacDougalls. But after his brother is nearly killed in a treacherous attack, Graham kidnaps the laird’s daughter in an act of revenge.

Cameron MacDougall has devoted her life to the healing arts. She’s long rebelled against her father’s feuding ways, but when Robert Graham abducts her, she’s finds herself at the center of the dispute between their families. She expects the anger she feels, not the simmering attraction to the powerful warrior, or the love she develops for his clan.

Can she stop further violence between the clans with her escape? Or will she find her surrender leads to a lasting peace and her own heart’s desire?

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See you next Monday!  🙂