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Release day: Heaven-sent Highlander

24 April 2019

Today is the official release of Heaven-sent Highlander by Nancy Lee Badger (Warriors in Bronze #2) (ebook and print, Soul Mate Publishing). Here’s the blurb:

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.

Nancy dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

This is the second book that came about after I moved to the city suburbs of Raleigh, North Carolina. My sisters raved about the new wing of the nearby North Carolina Museum of Art. Dozens of bronze statues by the French sculptor, Auguste Rodin, overflowed both indoors and outdoors. A plot idea centered around this: what if demons escaped from Hell and warriors slept inside statues, and awakened to fight them? My 26th book, Heaven-sent Highlander, is available from Amazon, and I am working on the third book in the series, titled Heaven-sent Flame.

You can find out more about this book, including buy links, at Nancy’s blog.

  1. 25 April 2019 5:41 am

    Good luck with your newest book.

  2. 25 April 2019 4:44 am

    HI, Nancy. Best wishes on your new release. Looking forward to reading it.

  3. Nancy Lee Badger permalink
    24 April 2019 11:56 pm

    A great big ‘Thank-you’ from Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. Enjoy my latest book!

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