Friday’s Feature with Brenda Taylor

A Highland Bride

A Highland Bride

Romance and revenge brew in the sixteenth century Scottish Highlands. Alistair Munro returns to Scotland after six years of exile in France to find is wife, son, and estate in the hands of another man. Alistair determines to regain his property and child. The beautiful sister of Clan Munro’s chief, a distant cousin to Alistair, attracts his attention and captures his heart; however, Davina must solve conflicting issues before her affections can belong to Alistair. Can the two overcome adverse circumstances to love again?

A Highland Bride, an inspirational Scottish historical romance, is the fourth book in the Highland Treasures series. The series continues in the 16th century Scottish Highlands.

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About Brenda

The desire to write historical fiction has long been a passion with Brenda B. Taylor. Since elementary school, she has written stories in her spare time. Brenda earned three degrees: a BSE from Henderson State University, Arkadelphia, Arkansas; a MEd from Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas; and an EdD from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas; then worked as a teacher and administrator in the Texas Public School system. Only after retirement did she fulfill the dream of publication.

Brenda and her husband make their home in beautiful East Texas where they enjoy spending time with family and friends, traveling, and working in Bethabara Faith Ministry, Inc. She crafts stories about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people in her favorite place overlooking bird feeders, bird houses, and a variety of blooming trees and flowers. She sincerely thanks all who purchase and read her books. Her desire is that the message in each book will touch the heart of the reader as it did hers in the writing.

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2 thoughts on “Friday’s Feature with Brenda Taylor”

  1. Thanks for spotlighting my Scottish historical romance on your lovely blog. I really enjoy writing about Scotland and especially engaging in research by visiting the beautiful country.

  2. Thank you for coming back, Brenda. I love the cover of your book! I’m always in awe of how historical authors paint such a picture that it feels like you’ve been to those places and time periods. I’ve always wanted to visit Scotland and see the castles there. Congratulations on your release!

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