Marching In, Marching OutIt's St. Patrick's day and not a pot o'gold in sight. Dang it!
I have been out of sorts since the time changed and can't quite seem to get things straight. Although I know what time it is, my mind and body are slow to catch up. Funny this doesn't happen when time "falls back." Hope you are faring better.
So this morning even after realizing it was St. Patrick's Day I didn't wear green. I already had my new super cute Torrid sweat-shorts and pink Piggly Wiggly t-shirt. So I threw on some shamrock earrings and called it a day.
Thankfully when I met my girlfriends for lunch, only two wore green. The other two wore some kind of St. Patty's day jewelry, so fit right in.
I promoted the one book that had a lot of green, although it's a Scottish Highlander romance, it's pretty close to Ireland wouldn't you say?
Have a groovy St. Patrick's Day!!
Fate's wicked sense of humor strikes Highland guard Faolan Mackinnon when he ends up betrothed to Catriona Grant, a fiery lass, who he met only minutes earlier.
A heartbroken Highland guard's last desperate attempt to regain the woman he loves becomes a journey across Scotland to a mysterious well that grants wishes. However upon getting to know a beautiful lass in the village of Moy, Faolan Mackinnon questions his true feelings.
Catriona Grant is sure both her overbearing brother and the handsome stranger from Skye will balk when she challenges the newcomer to announce their betrothal. Instead she finds herself tied to a man, who is too honorable to dismiss her public pronouncement.
How will two people who destiny brings together in the most unconventional way find they are meant to be?
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