C is for Cauldstane #AtoZChallenge


C is for Cauldstane by Linda Gillard

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I love this cover! And if you’ve seen my posts about “I see faces”, I’m happy to say, I found one here, too!

Blurb: (from Goodreads) When ghostwriter Jenny Ryan is summoned to the Scottish Highlands by Sholto MacNab – retired adventurer and Laird of Cauldstane Castle – she’s prepared for travellers’ tales, but not the MacNabs’ violent and tragic history.

Lust, betrayal and murder have blighted family fortunes for generations, together with an ancient curse. As members of the family confide their sins and their secrets, Jenny learns why Cauldstane’s uncertain future divides father and sons.

But someone resents Jenny’s presence. Someone thinks she’s getting too close to Alec MacNab – swordsmith, widower and heir to Cauldstane. Someone will stop at nothing until Jenny has been driven away. Or driven mad.

“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” Especially a dead woman.

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10 thoughts on “C is for Cauldstane #AtoZChallenge”

  1. This sounds like such an interesting read. My family is Irish, so I love novels set over in that part of the world.

  2. Oooh this one sounds really intriguing! I love a good ghost story. 🙂

    The cover is great. I see faces in lots of places around as I go through the day. I see one of this cover, too, in the upper left, in the area of the lighter-colored clouds.

    Have a blessed day!

  3. It’s a great cover for sure, Suzanne. I love it and the book is wonderful, too, as are all of Linda Gillard’s novels. 🙂

  4. I can’t tell you too much about the book because it would ruin it for you, but definitely check them out, Pat. Linda’s books are fantastic!

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