Introducing The Hawk Laird

Susan here, with some adventures in research. Many of my books–-historical romance and mainstream historical fiction too—are based on actual historical events, real people and real places interwoven with fiction. I’m grateful to have had some great research luck over the years—deep research, luck, and synchronicity can help bring various elements together to strengthen a story.

My latest release is The Hawk Laird—now available for preorder in a gorgeous new edition from Dragonblade Publishing. It’s the newly revised and updated edition of my award-winning, USAToday-bestselling Laird of the Wind (originally published by Penguin). In revising the book, I made no changes to the story, but it is way less wordy (truly) and has lots more punch. I like this update very much, and I hope you will too.

In 14th century Scotland, a Scottish outlaw and falconer must undo the grim destiny foretold by a beautiful prophetess–while dealing with that stubborn lady and a bratty goshawk . . . James Lindsay was wrongly accused of betraying his friend, William Wallace. Then he discovers that Lady Isobel Seton, a beautiful young prophetess, made a dire prediction that implicated him, and he must act to prevent that. James has a secret to protect, and so does Isobel. The story grows from there …

“A complex, mesmerizing story of betrayal, retribution, and healing . . . a lyrical, compelling love story.”     – Library Journal

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