Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Beth Trissel: Somewhere in the Highlands

Prolific romance author Beth Trissel visits today to showcase her latest time travel delight, Somewhere in the Highlands. This new release is the third book in her popular Somewhere in Time series. And if you enjoy historical fiction, be sure to check out her other books. Welcome to the Plain, Beth!

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Pat, thanks so much for having me on your lovely blog to share my new release.

After untold hours of scheming, dreaming, writing and revising, time travel romance Somewhere in the Highlands is finally launched. Yes, there will be another story in this continuing saga. Don’t ask me when, but plotting is underway. Somewhere in the Highlands is book three in my Somewhere in Time series, following Somewhere My Love, and is the actual sequel to Somewhere My Lass. Somewhere the Bells Ring is a hauntingly beautiful Christmas romance.

The idea behind this series is that the story opens in an old home, so far Virginia (I’m Virginian with deep roots in this historic state), and then transports the reader back in time either in the same wonderful old house, or another place entirely such as the Scottish Highlands. As is the case in a Somewhere My Lass and Somewhere in the Highlands. Both stories convey the characters to and from 17th century Scotland via a portal in time, all of which is inspired by my fascination with the past. The unifying characteristic of the series is the paranormal/time travel element, but the stories themselves aren’t necessarily tied together, though some are, and will be. It’s the encompassing theme that matters. Doors play a big role in this series. Behind every door lies a secret, an intriguing puzzle to be solved, so these romances are also suspenseful mysteries.


The Somewhere in Time Series; where the past meets the present.

Somewhere in the Highlands: Will the brilliant geek Fergus and lovely but devious Beezus thwart a power mad time traveler wielding a supernatural relic before he kills Fergus’s Highland ancestor?

Well, maybe. Read the story and find out. Somewhere in the Highlands as a fast-paced Sci-Fi Fantasy Time Travel Romance. At this point, it’s available exclusively at Amazon in kindle.

Blurb:
The MacDonalds are coming! When Elizabeth MacDonald (a.k.a. Beezus Mac) thrusts a sealed gold box at Angus Fergus amid panicked requests for him to hide the stolen artifact, she has no idea the ancient cloth it contains bestows unearthly powers. Red MacDonald knows and he’s hell-bent on traveling 400 years into the future to claim the charmed relic, even kill for it. Protecting Beezus from his old nemesis is only one of Fergus’s problems.

Before they can stop him, Morley MacDonald, descendant of Red MacDonald, snatches the prize and leaps through the time portal to head the MacDonald clan and kill Fergus’s MacKenzie ancestor. If he succeeds, Fergus will cease to exist. Danger grows in the feud between the MacDonalds and the MacKenzies as the pair, along with an ingenious friend and high tech inventions, returns to 1604 Scotland to face these brawny Highlanders and reunite with kin. Will Fergus overcome his mistrust of Beezus and fan the growing spark between them before they battle Morley? If he waits, it may be too late.

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About Beth Trissel:
Married to my high school sweetheart, I live on a farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia surrounded by my children, grandbabies, and assorted animals. An avid gardener, my love of herbs and heirloom plants figures into my work. The rich history of Virginia, the Native Americans and the people who journeyed here from far beyond her borders are at the heart of my inspiration. In addition to American settings, I also write historical and time travel romances set in the British Isles, and nonfiction about gardening, herbal lore, and country life.


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Beth’s Somewhere in Time Series / Available from Amazon Kindle

For More Information About Beth (Including Her Many Other Novels):

4 comments:

  1. Thanks so much, Pat, for hosting me today. I love your blog.

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    1. My pleasure, Beth. Congrats on your latest release!

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  2. Jennifer (JC Page)July 26, 2013 at 12:54 AM

    Happy to have stopped by! Love romance with suspense thrown in...I can't recall any of my relationships being without suspense, so real to life:O All the best Beth...great series. Thanks Pat!

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  3. One of the things I most enjoy is finding out about other writers and different ways of writing. Thanks for this one!

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