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Release day: Molly’s Laird

31 March 2022

Today is the official release of Molly’s Laird by Joanne Austen Brown (ebook and paperback, self-published). Here’s the blurb:

Cover image of Molly's Laird by Joanne Austen BrownIn her own time Molly is a fish out of water. But when she goes back in time to find some peace, after the deaths of all her family, she finds a new beginning. Can all the promises of the past be true? What about the Fae? And can this handsome man be just for her?

Alasdair misses his brother but understands why he left. He is now Laird but is lonely. Will he find love like Duncan did? Who is the real Molly he cannot stop thinking of? Is she the answer to all he has searched for? And what is the Fae up to?

“Joanne is Australia’s answer to Diana Gabaldon.”
Tess Woods- Author

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

This is book 2 in the Come with Me series. The Fae is getting involved with humans and they are not being careful about it. I love the areas of interaction the Fae had. But most of all the story between Molly and Alasdair. At the end of Rachael’s Jaunt Alasdair is somewhat a villain but can he redeem himself and with a lady from the future? The scenery and traditions carry through and so does the intrigue. But love is at the forefront of what could be a great future. I love this story and was delighted when Tess Woods gave me a quote any author would die to have.

You can find out more about this book at Joanne’s website and buy it from here.

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