A Season in the Highlands
by Pam Binder
September 10, 2011
Available in: Trade Size (reprint)
Love that grows among the heather is enchanted indeed…blessed with the misty magic and timeless passion of fair Scotland!
New York Times bestselling author Jude Deveraux unravels a ghostly murder mystery in an ancient Scottish castle. National bestselling author Jill Barnett decrees all is fair in love — when a rollicking Highland clan war leads an impetuous lass to kidnap the wrong man! Geralyn Dawson puts a rough-hewn Texas cowboy under the spell of a charming herbalist with some curious powers of attraction. Patricia Cabot leads a beautiful runaway to her kindred spirit — a Scottish lord who sweeps her away to the rugged shores of the Isle of Skye. Pam Binder flings a pretty Edinburgh baker and a computer-games designer into an adventure of passion and intrigue — inside the sixteenth-century palace of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Originally published December 2000 in mass market paperback by Pocket Books.
Pam Binder is an award winning and New York Times Bestselling author. Publishers Weekly has said: “Binder gracefully weaves elements of humor, magic and romantic tensions into her novels.” Drawn to Celtic legends and anything Irish or Scottish, Pam blends historical events, characters and myths into everything she writes. Pam is also a conference speaker, an instructor in the University of Washington’s Popular Fiction extension program, president of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association and program director of their monthly meetings and summer conference.