Sunset on Summer Fun Blog Hop! Day 2

hop-summer-september-1BTS e-magazine and Decadent Publishing are hosting a rather large blog hop from now until the end of the month. I’m one of 112 authors joining in, and we all have prizes! For the Grand Prize: One winner will receive their choice of a Kindle Fire 7″ HD or NOOK HD. This option is for US contestants only. International winners will receive Paypal Cash to spend how they wish. Scroll down to see my prize.
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Here’s a bit more from Enchanted Skye ~ The story is woven around a legend and a family who, to this day, claims they carry Selkie blood. Take a peek at the Look Inside on

Alexander MacCodrum belongs to a race of shape-shifting sea creatures living on Scotland’s Isle of Skye. When Jenna MacLeod unknowingly adds seven tears to the salt of Enchanted Skyethe sea, she accidentally unleashes an ancient charm that catches the transformed Selkie unawares. Under this binding spell, Alex must win Jenna’s heart, or the pain of unrequited love will drive him to take his own life. Unfortunately for Alex, Jenna hasn’t come to Skye looking for love and it could take the force of a hurricane to bring them together. But worse, Jenna’s violent ex-boyfriend has found her at last and Carl has made it perfectly clear – if he can’t have her, no one can.

Setting the Stage:
After encountering a beautiful woman scattering ashes in the tidal pool, Alex rushes home. He’s been away at sea for months and he knows if anyone has news of the lovely stranger at the lighthouse, it’ll likely be his sister Bea.

He hadn’t been home in a while because that was the way of it, the restlessness in his blood that was his birthright. The family lived between the worlds of sea and land. The first MacCodrum to take a Selkie to wife more than two thousand years ago stamped the gift of two worlds on their line and with it came the constant pull… the need to return to the water whether one got the shape-shifting gene or the fishing gene. His extended family came with both.

Like him, his brothers Lachlan and Gavin, their sister Beatrix and their father, all lived equally in the surf and in the town. They were Selkies, as were the rest of Clan MacCodrum spread over Scotland and the islands of the Hebrides. Save for seven shifters scattered through the larger extended family, his cousins were mostly fishermen, and all possessed a sea creature’s intuition when it came to finding the good haul. That his Irish mother carried the Roan gene, though wasn’t one herself, was the reason his portion of the family line had more shifters than not.

Doled out for the tourists, the local legends pointed fingers at their family’s romantic origins but the tales were no different than those about the bogie man, faerie folk or ghostly specters on the moors. No one took them seriously for all they were true. They’d go to the pub on occasion and if there were tourists a neighbor would rib them good-naturedly. The latest being, “Where ye hidin’ yer seal skin, Lachlan?” to which his eldest brother replied, “Now if I tell ye Ronnie Nash, and ye find it, I’ll have to wed ye! And man, yer not my type!”

The tourists loved it and the locals howled, and god love them, none saw the truth right before their eyes. That was another Selkie gift, the gift of glamour. You only saw what a Selkie wanted you to see.


002x846q100 Things Blogging Challenge

For 100 days, I’m posting a little something from my chosen topic of Words & Quotes of Love. There are 82  entries to come! Here’s one for today:

1. a woman with whom one is in love; a female lover


0a4a0-bee1Over on my satellite blog. I’m hosting Jane Leopold Quinn for the Fall Into Romance Hop. Come see!

I’m talking love quotes in the FREE September issue of Hidden Desires Magazine. Get your download today!

On my satellite blog, I’m participating in the Horny Hump Day.

On another satellite blog, I’m participating in the Hump Day Hook.


Guest author Meg Bellamy.
And over on the RB4U website win all sorts of prizes when you find those falling leaves!


Here’s my prize:
One lucky winner chosen randomly will receive
a Love Waits in Unexpected Places coffee cup,
a collection of Victorian reproduction trinkets,
and chocolate!



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About ~RoseAnderson

Rose Anderson is an award-winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and delights in discovering interesting things to weave into stories. Rose also writes under the pen name Madeline Archer.
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3 Responses to Sunset on Summer Fun Blog Hop! Day 2

  1. Lisa G says:

    Great excerpt. Thanks for being part of the hop


  2. parisfanca says:

    Great excerpt. Thanks for being part of the hop

  3. bn100 says:

    Nice excerpt

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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