Lindsey

The Daughters of Alastair MacDougall Book III

Lindsey – # 12 on Amazon in Scottish Historical Romance

LindseyWho said life was fair? Certainly not Lindsey MacDougall. She rebels at a world dominated by men. Dressed in lad’s clothing, she manages her father’s stables, caring for, breeding and selling horses. Unwavering on performing her duty to the rebellion, Lindsey throws caution to the wind and secretly delivers missives behind enemy lines to the Scottish warriors.

Logan Ross uses his happy-go-lucky smile to warm the hearts of many willing lasses, but it also masks his pain—the pain of his birth. As a bastard son, he is unacceptable for any Laird’s daughter, including the spirited Lindsey MacDougall. However, she haunts his dreams. Determined to prove his worth, he throws himself into the middle of the rebellion, leading men into mortal danger.

After helping Logan escape from a brutal English dungeon, Lindsey fights her traitorous attraction to the virile highland warrior, vowing never to lose her heart to any man.

You can find Lindsey at Amazon or at Barnes & Noble.

 

What Readers Are Saying…

“Lane McFarland didn’t disappoint me with her third book in her series The Daughters of Alastair

MacDougall! A perfect Scottish romance, filled with adventure and passion!” N. Laverdure

“I may as well go on auto buy for her from now on.” Avid Reader

“Ms. McFarland weaves a tale that will keep you turning the pages. One of Ms. McFarland’s strong points in her writing is her wonderful descriptions.” Romance Reader

“Lane McFarland creates such distinctive voices for her characters. From an exciting opening rescue to the surprising revelation at the end, Lindsey and Logan’s journey is fraught with challenges and danger. Ms. McFarland has crafted another story that’s not to be missed.” Lovestoread

“This third book in the MacDougall series is just as wonderful as the first two!!” Boop

“I think this was my favorite of the series, so far. From page one, I didn’t want to put it down. Lindsey and Logan were beautifully matched, a couple meant to be together, despite circumstances. Lindsey’s fiery independence and Logan’s courage in the face of severe adversity will win your heart. Ms. McFarland takes us into a time of fire and sword to lay out a love story you won’t want to miss.” Abby

Lane draws the reader in at the very beginning with a sense of danger and mystery.” S. Wyatt

 

How About an Excerpt?

 

In this opening scene, Lindsey’s been told Logan is held captive in a brutal English dungeon, and she’s arrived with a plan to help him and his men escape.

Northumberland, England

August 1299

While supporting Logan’s head, Lindsey held a flask to his parched, cracked lips and dribbled the

liquid into his mouth. He sputtered, gulping at the water.

“Easy,” she said, giving him sips while she studied his disfigured face. “I’m here to help ye.”

One eye was swollen shut, the other barely open. His brown hair hung in filthy strands across his forehead, and a red irritated gash crossed his grimy cheek. She sat on the nasty hard floor and cradled his head in her lap. The medicinal salves would do little to heal him, but she had to try.

Her heart clenched. When she’d last seen him, the days spent with the fear of English hostilities and devastation as constant companions had not yet arrived. The soldiers had not yet destroyed her carefree way of life. They had not been concerned with the next raid or protecting the clan from enemy invasion. Instead, Lindsey and Logan enjoyed each other’s company, held the same love for horses, and had become fast friends.

He groaned. “Lindsey?”

“Aye, it’s me.” Her voice caught as she answered.

His good eye narrowed, and he grasped her wrist, his grip surprisingly strong for someone so

battered. “What the hell are ye doing here? This is no place for ye, lass.”

“The Sassenachs are taking ye and yer men to the east coast in two days.” She spoke softly to him while dabbing his grimy forehead and bearded cheeks. “Yer caravan will not make it to the ship. Have faith. Stay strong. I have a plan.”