Thank God It’s Friday….and Thank God for Sam Heughan (aka Jamie Fraser). Hopefully these short videos of Jamie, ahem, Sam being super sexy will get you through the last couple of hours before the weekend! First up, a new sneak peek at the mini-series: And the hottest Gaelic lessons ever:
Production has begun on the Starz and Sony Picture Television’s OUTLANDER, adapted from Diana Gabaldon’s bestselling novels! The series is filming on location in Scotland and will air on Starz beginning in 2014. Visit the official Facebook Page and join the conversation with #Outlander and #Starz! On Twitter
It’s hard to think of many authors who have had such a lasting influence on a genre, as Diana Gabaldon has had on Scottish fiction, particularly Scottish romance. Her OUTLANDER series helped to spawn an entire sub-genre of Scottish Time Travel Romance, with favorite authors like Karen Marie Moning (who brought me back to romance in the early 2000s), Janet Chapman, Melissa Mayhue, Veronica Wolff and many others. Although OUTLANDER isn’t technically a “romance” (I’d call it Scottish fiction with elements of fantasy, romance and adventure), many romance readers became hooked on the genre after reading it. For many it was their first introduction to Scotland, its rich history, and those oh-so-sexy lads in plaid. Count me among them.
“Engaged in Sin” (on sale 11/1/11) is my second Dell historical romance, and features one of my most ‘tortured heroes’, Devon Audley, the Duke of March. Wounded in battle at Waterloo, Devon was left blinded and is tormented by memories of war. “Engaged in Sin” includes two of my favorite themes: redemption and healing. I love stories where the heroine heals the hero; where the hero is brave and noble, but is being crushed by the weight of guilt, loss, or painful memories. Devon Audley went to war even though, as a duke’s son and heir to the title, he should not go. He went to escape the grief of losing his fiancee, only to throw himself into a horrifying [...]