Five Reasons You Should Read THE BEAST OF AROS CASTLE by Heather McCollum

  1. A Fun Romp! Ava Sutton must marry to save herself, but Tor Maclean has canceled their arranged wedding. Clever banter and sparks fly when she decides to seduce him even though she’s never attempted anything like it before.
  2. Laugh and Gasp! A mistaken identity trope mixed with a brawny, broody Highlander with a golden heart, makes TBAC a combination of laugh-out-loud dialogue and heart-twisting angst. 
  3. Fall Into Romance! You deserve to be swept away into the 16th century Highlands with its wild, raw beauty. And you deserve to ride the moors with an honorable, ruggedly handsome warrior while still being able to enjoy electricity, central heating, indoor plumbing, and a fine cup of tea in your comfy home.
  4. Readers Love It! With over 2,200 reviews on Amazon, TBAC has a 4.5 out of 5 star average rating! Here’s one: “There is SO much to love about this book!…It’s passionate and steamy and I loved every passage and word. Tor is a magnificent lover and with Ava, they literally set the pages on fire.” – Kilts and Swords
  5. More Adventures Ahead! TBAC is the first book in a complete series that leads to a second series in the same world. And it’s currently on SALE!

Ava Sutton is on the run from a dangerous man and makes her way safely to Scotland. Masquerading as a titled, English lady, she must convince the darkly handsome chief of the Macleans of Aros to wed her before she is tracked down.

Tor Maclean, the new chief of Aros Castle, has sworn off marriage. Despite his efforts to scare away the Englishwoman his father arranged for him to wed, Tor is nonetheless drawn to her passion and beauty. But he doesn’t know if he can forgive the untruths that have come to light for a chance at a once-in-a-lifetime love…









Heather McCollum is a USA Today Bestselling author of over twenty 16th century Scottish romances full of adventure and intrigue, sprinkled with humor, history, and spice. When she’s not researching Britain’s rich history or writing adventures, she spends her time educating women on the symptoms of Ovarian Cancer. She’s a survivor and resides with her very own Highland hero and three spirited children in the wilds of suburbia on the mid-Atlantic coast.

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