13 December 2011

Exciting news, everyone!

Just in case you've been hiding under a rock or not really active on Twitter, I need to fill you in on a couple of things. Number 1, guys in kilts are hot. Number 2, Cyndi Tefft's Between is a great read. Number 3, we've got an announcement for you.

Who are we?

 Well, you can read the awesome. And you can thank Lindsay Cox at http://www.violethourbr.com for creating this wonderful logo!

You see, there's a site full of above awesome going live today. If you've ever wanted to have the delicious Aiden MacRae, Between's bekilted Grim Reaper, to be your very own, you're in luck. Why?

Because there's A STORE.


Now you can show off your status as one of Aiden's Angels. Coffee mugs, shirts, shot glasses...Perfect for the Grim Reaper lover in your life, just in time for Christmas!

And of course, if you haven't read Between, you need to. It's great.

It just figures that the love of Lindsey Water's life isn't alive at all, but the grim reaper, complete with a dimpled smile and Scottish accent. 

After transporting souls to heaven for the last 300 years, Aiden MacRae has all but given up on finding the one whose love will redeem him and allow him entry through the pearly gates. 

Torn between her growing attraction to Aiden and heaven's siren song, Lindsey must learn the hard way whether love really can transcend all boundaries.

And when you need another Aiden fix, check out Book 2, Hell Transporter:

Aiden MacRae has been given a new life after being stuck transporting souls to heaven for the last three hundred years. He doesn't know the culture, the times or the slang, but there is one thing he does know: he didn't come forward alone. 

The master of hell has other plans for the Scottish Highlander and has a transporter of his own to get the deed done. Will Lindsey be able to save him or get caught in the crossfire?

Cyndi Tefft lives with her family in the Pacific Northwest where the weather is overcast and rainy, much like the Highlands of Scotland. So she was right at home when she got the chance to visit Eilean Donan Castle.

A self-proclaimed Scot freak, she loved every bit about the trip to Scotland: the people, the kilts, the accents, the fish & chips, the haggis...well okay, not the haggis.

You can hang out with Cyndi on Twitter and follow her adventures at her blog.

1 comment:

Rain Laaman said...

I used to go to a college that had the mascot of the fighting Scott.....I later transfered, but I did see a few guys in kilts.