Medieval Monday: Land McFarland Brings Us Cameron

What’s better than a delicious historical romance of the Highlands? When it’s the first of a four book series. Today is Medieval Monday, and do you have a treat in store. My friend the talented Lane McFarland is sharing the First Kiss between Robert and Cameron from CAMERON. CAMERON is her delightful Book 1 in The Daughters of Alastair MacDougall series. Be prepared: you’ll love the courage of Cameron…and Robert will melt your heart.


Robert gently set Cameron on the ground,
and she turned to face him. A bit dazed, she ran trembling fingers down the
front of her gown. His hands lingered at her waist, and when he didn’t step
back, she looked up to find him smiling.

 “I believe ye owe me yer thanks, Mistress Cameron.”

At his mention of her name, she searched his face.
“How do ye know me?”
He chuckled, his deep voice rumbling throughout his
thick chest. “I make it my business to know all the bonnie lasses in the area.”
The men behind him laughed.
Her stomach tightened. She was no beauty. He obviously
mocked her—in front of his men. Prickly heat tingled across her cheeks.
“I’ll catch up to ye,” Robert called over his
“Oh, aye. Once ye’ve taken care of business,” one man
“Important business to be sure,” the other bantered.
The men chuckled as they nudged their mounts, then
trotted down the path and out of sight.
Robert’s gaze lingered on her mouth before he raised
it to her eyes. “I believe it’s customary to thank someone when they’ve helped
Cameron cleared her throat. “Aye, I do thank ye.”
He studied her lips again. “I had something more in
mind. Ye know ye’d still be stuck in that tree if I hadn’t come along, so ye
owe me.”
His warm breath caressed her face. He bent and placed
his mouth on hers. His arms pulled her close, his muscular frame molding her
body against his. Stubble scratched her skin, and she inhaled his male scent of
leather, and aye, of horse.
She should be horrified at his advances. What was she
thinking, allowing a Graham to kiss her so…so wickedly and deliciously? She
should push him away and demand he step back, but somehow, she loathed the
idea. Indeed, she reveled in the feel of his hard body pressed against hers.
Determined to band Scots together against
English tyranny, Laird Robert Graham seals a truce with his feuding neighbor,
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
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