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Welcome to The Wormhole and my day on the tour.
It is my pleasure to feature Hildie McQueen
and Desperate Betrayal.
About the Author:
Hildie McQueen is a whirlwind who refuses to wear anything but jeans and heels.
She grew up on the San Diego/Mexico border, joined the military at seventeen and never returned. After living in
Biracial, half Mexican and half African-American, Hildie’s native language is Spanish, but English is her favorite way of communicating now.
Her mission in life is to make as many people as possible to feel normal. It’s an easy thing to do, for others to feel normal around her, because she’s anything but.
(picture complements of the author)
Guest post by Hildie McQueen:
There is nothing we romance writers and readers love more than, well romance.
When reading historical romances, I dreamed of one day traveling to
and seeing firsthand the magical places where the wonderful stories took place. I wanted to walk where they walked, stand where battles were fought and receive the gaze of a lover when standing and beholding the wonder of the Scotland Highlands. Maybe even catch a glimpse of a Highlander in a Kilt! Me and thousands of others right?
When planning my trip to
, I also planned to fall madly and deeply in love with the country. Never did I suspect that I’d fall totally head over heels in love with the people, the soul of Scotland . My eyes mist just at remembering the many warm moments, while my girlfriends and I spent ten days discovering the wonderful city of Scotland , traveling from the lowlands to the highlands wishing each moment would stretch indefinitely. Edinburgh
As days passed, each of us crossed an item off our bucket list. Yet I can bet that we would have a terrible time choosing our favorite moment. Was it when stepping up to the anvil where young lovers married in
Gretna Green? Or was it strolling through the beautiful lands of St. Andrews Cathedral or standing in the small chapel at Falkland castle where Mary Queen of Scots worshipped? Or perhaps it can be measured by our gasps of awe at catching our first glimpses of , as it stood proud with the misty highland mountains as backdrop. Eilean Donan Castle
Oh yes, the Scottish. The Scots are an amazing warm, caring people. Our driver Kenny McLeod, sang to us, “Over the Bridge to Skye,” as he took us to the
Isle of Skye. His tenor voice was as engaging as the scenery outside. The young man who carried one of our heavy bags at the train station, without expecting to be thanked was a charmer. We met twenty-one year old Gavin, who sat with us at a pub and entertained us with stories of his exploits. In the Highland , a small pub band played an American tune for us when we entered the room, the entire room clapping in time with the beat. Our B&B hosts took us on a private ride on his boat, that included an upclose took at Duncraig castle. The way his wife and he made us feel like family for the duration of our stay is beyond words. village of Plockton
And the piece de’ resistance, the same host taking his boat out on the loch and waving a huge red banner so that when our departing train went by we’d know he wished us farewell.
So dear readers, regain romance, go to
, and come back so in love, that like me your face will lighten when asked. “How did you like Scotland ?” Scotland
Of course my answer is.
“I can’t wait to return!”
By Hildie McQueen
Cynden Frasier (Cyn) is a member of a group of immortal warriors, the Protectors, assigned to protect humans in
, the epicenter of a major uprising in demon activity. When Cyn is approached by a beautiful woman in a dirty alley, he is intrigued by the fact that she can see him for what he is, a terrifying demon slayer, and still dares to approach him. Atlanta, Georgia
Emma Blake, a half-demon, has to convince Cyn to help rescue her sister from powerful demons. Terrified that the Protector will kill her if he realizes what she is, she still goes against every instinct and approaches Cyn for help. Despite knowing that she is leading them both into territory so wrought with treachery, neither of them may survive.
Can Cyn and Emma overcome betrayal, the ancient rules that prevent Protectors from taking a wife, unless she is his one true mate? And if they do, will it even matter?