Release day: Stranded with the Scottish Earl
Today is the official release of Stranded with the Scottish Earl by Anna Campbell (ebook, self-published). Here’s the blurb:
Blame it on the rain…
After her engagement to a local landowner ends in scandal and recrimination, Miss Charlotte Warren vows never to marry. Her father might write to say he’s found her the perfect husband – she’s sticking to her spinsterish guns. But when in the middle of a spring flood, her father’s choice turns up on the doorstep under an unconvincing alias, she has no choice but to take him in.
That doesn’t mean she’s going to marry Lord Lyle. No way.
Except he’s very handsome… And he kisses like a dream…
And when a girl finds herself trapped alone in a great big house with a roguish Scottish earl, who knows what will happen? Even to the most resolute and independent lady.
Ewan Macrae, Earl of Lyle, doesn’t believe in love at first sight—until he sees Charlotte Warren’s portrait. One glimpse of the real Charlotte, and he knows this is the lassie he means to carry off to the Highlands as his bride.
But his beloved is no easy conquest. She’s stubborn and headstrong, and dead set against becoming a wife.
Will lashings of Scottish charm, some highly convenient privacy, a scattering of sizzling kisses, and an eventful day battling the elements to save the spring lambs combine to change Miss Warren’s mind about marriage?
They most definitely will, if this proud Scotsman has any say in the matter!
Anna dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:
I had such fun writing my novella, Stranded with the Scottish Earl, which is out today as an international ebook release. This light-hearted romance features a feisty English miss and the rascally, charming Scottish earl who arrives on her doorstep in the middle of a flood to claim her as his bride. As you can imagine, sparks fly fast and hot! This is basically a cabin romance (even if the cabin is a huge Palladian mansion in Hampshire) where the hero and heroine are trapped with their mutual attraction and can’t escape it. I love getting the hero and heroine under one roof and watching the heat build until it explodes. Stranded with the Scottish Earl is a stand-alone after writing a couple of Dashing Widows books (more Dashing Widows to come next, with Pursuing Lord Pascal scheduled for the end of September). I hope Stranded leaves you smiling!