Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Monday, September 4, 2017

Happy Release! A Chance to Love a Highlander (Highland Chance #3) by S.R. Mitchell

"This was great third book in the Highland chance series. [...] 
I loved the characters within the book and the story itself. I am not one for historical romances but I reread this one because I liked the story. [...] A fantastic book to buy. " - Rachel, Goodreads


Release Date: September 4th, 2017
Cover Artist: Letitia at RBAdesigns

Elle was nothing like her sweet sister Anna and she never really expected to be. She enjoys what men can do for her. 

She'd screwed up big time when she'd accidentally caused her sisters fall into the waters overboard, but at the same time it began their greatest adventure.

When Elle finds herself in the ghostly way--dead-- everything is put into perspective, but that will not change the feelings she has grown for one man even though she believes him forever lost to her.

Elle and Mikel have more in common than she realized. 

They are both in for a surprise of epic proportions and only time will write their ending...


Elle couldn’t sleep. She tossed and turned, which only got her tangled up in the bedding. Between thinking about the fight and then the kiss, her brain wouldn’t shut off. It was filled with Mikel and worry about what to do.

He wanted her, but he was holding back, and it infuriated her. He knew she wanted him.

But how could she explain everything to him? This was a different time. He would think she was crazy or worse. Being a ghost was nothing she wanted to experience again anytime soon, but she’d made the stupid mistake of bearing all her emotions to Mikel.

Elle sighed and untangled the bedding from her body. She paced the room but couldn’t stop her mind from wandering back to Mikel. Maybe she’d go down to the kitchens and find something to munch on. She didn’t eat much before bed, and now she was hungry. She quickly dressed and snuck from her room. The castle at night was a tad creepy, and Elle found herself wandering around in the darkness, but she knew the corridors like the back of her hand. In an odd way, it was comforting to roam as she’d done in the past. She’d been able to explore at her leisure without ever being noticed.

About the author:
I am a Texas born wife, mother, and writer! I write words to enchant your soul and fill your heart with love. I write Historical Romance, Historical Paranormal Romance, and Contemporary Paranormal Romance. 

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