A fast-paced, rapturous tale of passion and intrigue set in Scotland's rugged, misty hills.
Hell was never so sweet ... DEVIL IN A KILT
A bit of humor, a touch of the paranormal, and great romance with some very good historical detail and dialog.
Duncan�s inability to love again after the treachery of his first wife is an obstacle that only Linnet�s love can heal if he will but open his heart.
Sue-Ellen Welfonder is one of the newest rising stars in Historical Romance, with Devil in a Kilt her first published novel.
Good romantic fun with all the angst and emotional of a real love storyPublished 5 days ago by Deidre Davel
Sue-Ellen Welfonder is one of my favorite writers. I am in the process of ordering all of her other books. I have at least a bakers dozen of her books in my library. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Etta
this was a good story line and a fast read .. love these kind of stories keep them coming pleasePublished 13 months ago by Sharmon Ewald
A great author and I read every one of her books.Highland heroes and plenty of romance. What's not to like?Published 18 months ago by Marilyn L.
This is the first book in the series by Sue Ellen Welfounder and we are introduced to Duncan Mackenzie the Black Stag of Kintail, as well as, his betrothed Linnet. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jennifer Gerber
I have read many of her books under her pen name Allie Mackay and enjoyed them. I was happy to find more of her books under the name Sue Ellen Welfonder. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Gigi111
What an interesting and original premise for a story - - a scrumptious, yummy, Alpha Male Highlander, known for his bleak, cold, dark character, choosing and marrying who he THINKS... Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by M. Rutherford
I recommended to anyone who hasn't read Sue-Ellen Welfonder work. She is a great author and you won't be disappointed.Published on June 7, 2012 by sheng thao
I admit to being a bit disappointed. The potential for a hot steamy romance was there. However, the pages and pages (really) of inner thoughts and conflicts instead of dialog... Read morePublished on May 31, 2012 by Sheila