MacAdam's Lass by Glynnis Campbell

Have you been watching the Tudor Scotland TV series, "Reign"—the one where everyone dresses like the 1970s and Queen Mary's ladies-in-waiting are named Aylee, Greer, Kenna, and Lola?  LOLA?!?  Sigh…

Can you handle the truth?  MacADAM'S LASS paints a more realistic picture of Tudor Scotland without sacrificing any of the fun.  Women are spies.  Swordsmen wield golf clubs.  And Queen Mary's Four Maries are all named, you guessed it, Marie.

In MacADAM'S LASS, the second book of The Scottish Lasses series, Josselin Ancrum, a sword-wielding Scottish war-orphan-turned-spy for Queen Mary, has her eye on Drew MacAdam. She suspects the golfing "Highlander" isn't quite who he claims to be. While she serves up secret messages in the guise of a tavern wench, he seems to be courting the enemy English…when he isn't beating the Scots at their own game. Drawn together by fate, Drew and Jossy are swept up in their growing desires and the designs of their warring queens, until they uncover a terrible secret that binds their star-crossed souls.

"...a delightful romance set in 16th-century Scotland....Readers weary of Scottish romance cliches will be thrilled to see these cheeky commoners trading blows and puns far away from drafty castles." --Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

"…filled with witty banter and wily swordplay…beautiful and entertaining…a sidesplitting swashbuckling good time." --Joyfully Reviewed

"Be prepared for scalding heat between the characters, along with their rocky but enticing relationship. This is definitely a page-turner with surprises at every turn."

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