A - SE - Seduction of a Highland Warrior FinalSue-Ellen Welfonder Book Pix


**All images are with the author’s permission**

A - SE - Seduction of a Highland Warrior FinalThree proud warriors locked in a struggle for victory. Three beguiling women united in their vow to restore peace.

At the King’s request, chieftain Alasdair MacDonald has sworn to preserve the peace in the Glen of Many Legends. Though he’s handsome and fearless, his warrior’s heart belongs only to his beloved land—until the fair sister of his oldest enemy shatters his defenses, branding his skin with a single touch, and sealing his fate with one stolen kiss . . .

Lady Marjory Mackintosh will do anything to unite the warring clans, even seduce Alasdair MacDonald. She has loved the rugged Highlander since she first saw him and now, as temptation leads to surrender, Marjory dares to possess him, body and soul. But a dangerous new menace enters the Glen, and he will stop at nothing to strip Alasdair of his honor—and the only woman who can claim his heart.

  • Mass Market Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Forever (January 29, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446561797
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446561792

**Check at the end of the post for buy links**



Former flight attendant, Sue-Ellen Welfonder, has three grand passions: Scottish medieval history, the paranormal, and animals. All can be found in her romances. Of Scottish descent, she lived in Europe for fifteen years and still makesfrequent visits to Scotland.


 ~~SO,WITHOUT FURTHER ADO, HERE IS THE AMAZING AND TALENTED: SUE-ELLEN WELFONDER and an interview with Alasdair led by Devorgilla…..~~

a - se - my favorite placeI’m so excited to be here today to celebrate the release of Seduction of a Highland Warrior, which concludes my Highland Warriors trilogy.  WendyK and I go way back and so I wanted to do something special for this visit.


Something fresh and fun that hasn’t appeared anywhere else.


Many readers will have already seen the book’s blurb and reviews.  Perhaps you’ve seen excerpts.  As Barnes and Noble shipped weeks early, maybe you’ve even read the book.


I’ve been writing for many years, so you’ll likely also have seen my answers to the usual Q&As:  “Why do you love Scotland?”  (Scottish family background, a lifetime of visiting Scotland, and why not? There’s no place more special.)  “Why do you write Scottish-set books?”  (See above.  Or know that I believe writers should only write what they’re passionate about, otherwise the words are just ink on the page.)  “Why do you think Highlanders are so sexy?”  (If you don’t know, you’re dead or hopeless.)  Kilt or burr?  (The latter because it remains to thrill and melt you after the kilt is removed.)  Do you eat Haggis?  (Yes, and I LOVE it.)  And so on and so forth.


So because this is a Big Day, I’m skipping the usual and kicking it up a notch by having Devorgilla, one of my all-time favorite characters, interview Alasdair MacDonald, the hero of Seduction of a Highland Warrior.


Nothing like letting a hot Highland hero speak for himself, h’mmm?


And who better than old Dev to ask the questions we’d love answered?


To those of you not familiar, Devorgilla is a cailleach.  A meddlesome but well-meaning crone who wields mischief and magic in many of my books.


Before I let her bump me off the page, here’s the official series description:


Highland Warriors Trilogy

Three proud warriors locked in a struggle for victory.
Three beguiling women united in their vow to restore peace.


And my own one-sentence summary for the book…


Seduction of a Highland Warrior:A - SE - Seduction of a Highland Warrior Final


A proud Highland chieftain returns to his beloved glen only to find that he still desires the woman he’s tried to forget and that claiming her is more likely to destroy them than quench their forbidden passion.



A - Devorgilla-1Now I’m backing away because I can see Devorgilla stepping into my office, her gait most determined for a woman of her great age.  She has a wicked glint in her eye, so I’m sure she has some tough questions for poor, unsuspecting Alasdair.


Dev:  (rubbing her hands)  So-o-o, laddie!  If there be aught you could say to our Lady Scribe, what would it be?


Alasdair:  (frowns immediately)  Och, well, as a Highland chieftain, I’ll no’ be speaking ill of a lady.  A man has a reputation to keep, see you?  I will say I didn’t appreciate her writing me into a series that made my two greatest foes into heroes.  Especially as I was the last hero to receive a book.  At times, it was right painful watching my enemies swaggering about, winning their ladies’ hearts, and reaping so much glory.


Dev:  (glances at me with a really evil smile)  She did make you wait a good long while, didn’t she?  Tossing your heroine, Marjory ~ Lady Norn ~ Mackintosh, into your path in book one, Sins of a Highland Devil, and then not letting you have her until now.  Cruel, that was.  (nods her head, sympathetically)


Alasdair:  That wasn’t the half of what she did to me.  Here I thought I could use the time between books to woo Norn and perhaps even seduce her. (he glances at me, as if he expects me to be shocked)  At the least, I would’ve enjoyed stealing a few long, deep kisses.  But nae, what does our Lady Scribe do?


Sent me away, she did.  Wriggled her pen and made me see that my galleys were getting old and that I needed a new, stout warring ship.  Freshly-made, sleek, and swift, the likes of which required me to set off on a long journey to a shipbuilder in Inverness.


Then, when I would’ve returned to my beloved Glen of Many Legends, she gave me business to attend along the way, aye keeping me busy.


Norn thought I’d forgotten her, which I’ll admit I tried to do.  So when our Lady Scribe finally was ready to write our story, Norn was more than a little disgruntled with me.  Truth be told, she was furious.  All that because of our Lady Scribe.  She claimed her editor would fuss if we weren’t at odds.


Dev:  (pats his arm, commiserating)  I can assure you she’s done worse to other heroes.  Indeed, I’m thinking she gave you quite the grand entrance at one point in your book, then when you defended Lady Marjory, oops, I mean your beloved Norn, against a pack of ravening Vikings.


See here, how proud and braw she wrote you…


A strange silence fell across the strand as the ranks of spear-carrying warriors parted to allow one tall, stern-faced man to stride into view.

It was Alasdair.

Marjory’s breath caught, her heart slamming against her ribs.  Not since the Glen of Many Legend’s trial by combat had he looked so fierce.  Every inch a great warlord and hero, his hand rested on his sword hilt and he scowled his displeasure as he looked up and down the phalanx of Northmen.  He’d clearly come to challenge them.

He’d slung his plaid over his broad, muscled shoulders and the day’s pale light glanced off the amber pommel-stone of his sword.  He appeared as much a lover of battle as Kendrew, his cold eyes and hard-set jaw warning he wasn’t a man to show mercy if pushed too far.

And this appeared to be such a time.


Now that was a worthy description of you, eh?  (Dev winks at him)


Alasdair:  (folds his arms, still looking none too pleased)  The lady plays favorites, Dev.  Surely even you will admit that?  Did you no’ see that she just had to include my arch-rival, Kendrew, in a scene that should have been all mine?


Dev:  Tsk, tsk.  (she wags a finger at him)  Kendrew is Norn’s brother.


Alasdair:  Aye, well, so he is.  (glances aside, his lips twitching)  I did manage to let him know what I think of him.  We bloodied a few pages, for sure.  (raises arms over head and cracks his knuckles)  A man needs a good fight now and then.  At least our Lady Scribe didn’t deny me that.


Dev:  (her demeanor turning innocent)  She gave you more than that, laddie.  There were times I saw smoke and flames rising from her keyboard, so heated were some of the scenes she penned for you and Lady Marjory.


Alasdair:  We’ll no’ be talking about those times.  (fixes Dev with his most stern, narrow-eyed look)  It’s bad enough our Lady Scribe’s readers will be privy to such things.  We’ll no’ be airing them here, on the Internet.


Dev:  Pity, that.  Readers would’ve surely enjoyed those scenes.  I did-


Alasdair:  They weren’t scenes, they were real.  And you are way too old to have been peeking at them.


Dev:  Humpf.  (flicks at her sleeve, pats her hair)  A lady is never too old for romance, and the ‘good bits.’  (smiles and preens a bit)  She did write you as an extraordinary hero.  Didn’t RT make you a K.I.S.S. Award Hero?  Now that, was something, eh?


Alasdair:  (actually blushes)  Aye, well.  I’ll no’ argue with you about that.  I’ve no’ wish to waken as a newt or toad on the morrow.  (that last, spoken under his breath)


Dev:  (cackles, looking pleased and proving she heard him)  I save such delights as toad-and-newt spells for our Lady Scribe’s enemies.  You’ve naught to worry about, laddie.  Long as you continue to keep Lady Marjory happy, even after the last page of your book.


Alasdair:  (stands taller, puts back his shoulders)  That I shall do.  Beyond the book’s end and for all my days.  Even after them, truth be told.


Dev:  (she nods, glances at me)  Then all is good.


Alasdair:  So it is.  And I’m away now, back to the Glen of Many Legends and my Norn.  I dinnae much care for these modern times.  Readers wishing to see more of me can buy our Lady Scribe’s book.  I’d rather entertain them there than here in a place I can scarce pronounce, the In-ter-net.  My Highlands are a much finer place, for sure!


Sue-Ellen here (aka Lady Scribe):  And so Alasdair strides from my office, disappearing back into his book, or I should say into the Highland mist.  Devorgilla vanishes, too.  But she leaves in swirl of blue sparkles, a whiff of peat smoke and clean, cold air lingering in her wake.


As I’m on my own again, I hope you’ve enjoyed visiting with old Dev and Alasdair.  Thank you so much for joining me to celebrate this new release.  WendyK and April, hugs and love to you both for inviting me.  I loved being here.  And I know Devorgilla and Alasdair did, too.  (wink, wink)


Wishing everyone Highland Magic!

Sue-Ellen Welfonder


**Please note:  I’m giving away one signed copy of Seduction of Highland Warrior.  Just comment to win.  I’ll post anywhere, so International readers are welcome.


For more information, visit my website: www.welfonder.com

My blog, Tartan Ink:  http://tartaninkblog.wordpress.com/

Twitter:  @SE_Welfonder

Oh, Sue-Ellen, Dev and Alasdair,we love you all so and the Highlands are beautiful. Dear readers here are a few pictures of Sue-Ellen’s beloved Highlands….

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The Cottage Rainbow,Sue-Ellen’s favorite The Highland Moors,and Across the High Moor.


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  1. WendyK and April, Thank you SO MUCH for having me here today. I'm thrilled and really appreciate it. As I told you both, I'm celebrating release day with a spa visit this morning – hair cut, massage, and pedicure. Can't wait! I'm away now, so I will be back in here later this afternoon to say hello to everyone. Till then, thank you so much for inviting me. The piece looks spectacular! Thank you!!
    Readers ~ Can't wait to party with you. See you soon … Have fun with old Dev and Alasdair until I return. 🙂

    And good luck in the drawing! WendyK and April, I hope you'll choose the winner. I'd want to pick everyone!

  2. Congratulations on the new book! It was a fun interview and the story looks like a good one.
    mce1011 AT aol DOT com

  3. Dev and Alasdair is just perfect. I have a friend in route to Barnes and Noble as we speak to get me my copy of the book. Can't wait

    1. Thanks, Maggie! I'm so glad you enjoyed Dev and Alasdair. They insisted on participating in my big day. 😉
      Thank you so much for picking up the book! I appreciate it very much!! Hope you'll enjoy the story.

  4. Oh, I loved this interview with Alasdair and Dev. Just brilliant. I want away to Scotland now. lol
    I love your Highlanders Sue Ellen and wishing you many, many sales. I can't wait to read about Alasdair and his Norn. Thank you so much for this opportunity. All three of the Highlanders are such fierce Warriors but I just love that whenever they are praised just a bit of the little boy comes through in their preening and blushing. 🙂
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

    1. Hi Carol! Bless you for your good words and enthusiasm. I appreciate it so much. I know you're one of my long-time readers. Thank you!!! And I so agree about Highlanders – it's always fun when the 'inner laddie' comes to the fore. 😉
      I'm so glad you enjoyed Alasdair and Dev. Hope you'll love this book, too.

  5. Congratulations on the new book, Sue-Ellen! I know you've worked long and hard on it. I'm leaving work early today to pick up my copy. I know I'll be staying up late tonight to read your book once I have it in my clutches. Muwahahahaha!

    *Since I've won before, please remove me from the drawing to let someone else have a chance to win. Also your blog hosts might want to remove the link for Borders since it is no longer in business (boo!) and the link takes you to Barnes & Noble.

    1. Thanks so much, AutumnFire. No kidding – it was a bear getting Alasdair out there. Not because of the book, because of the two years unending construction terror here. It's hard to focus when a bucket truck is glued to your office window every day and workmen are stomping on the roof, climbing on the walls, the ensuing racket to go with the intrusive and disruptive chaos that, for some months even included an automoble-sized hole cut into my home's back wall! So poor Alasdair had to be patient. I hope readers will think he was worth the wait.
      Sure hope you love the book tonight.

      PS – Thanks for being so generous re the drawing. (((HUGS)))

  6. Wonderful interview you shared with us today Sue-Ellen! And Congrats on the long awaited release day!!!!
    Alasdair just wouldn't have realized what a good thing he had if he hadn't needed to wait ; )

  7. Good morning Wendy and April! Thanks for having Sue-Ellen here today. Devorgilla and Alasdair did a wonderful job. You have to watch Old Dev closely, you never know what she is up to. Love you Dev 🙂
    Sue-Ellen it is hard to believe this day is finally here. Here's to a great release date!

    1. Oh, I know, Kathy-girl. Alasdair and Norn are FINALLY here. Woot! Knew you'd love Dev grilling the poor laddie. 😉 He did have to suffer a bittie. I love Dev, too. She rules. (I had to say that – don't want to have her turn me into a newt or something. There are other people more deserving of Dev's finger wriggles!) 😉

  8. Hi Sue-Ellen we are ALWAYS honored and welcomed to have you here. We adore you and your work!!
    And just because I do love Sue-Ellen. I'm going to do a giveaway for an e-Copy of SEDUCTION OF A HIGHLAND WARRIOR. In order to enter you MUST say I saw the giveway from WendyK in the comments. This is an eCopy so it's open anywhere I can gift and eCopy to.
    hugs and good luck,

    1. WendyK, thank you again!! You and April are always so good to me and have been since Devil In A Kilt. I appreciate your kindness and support so much! AND… WOW!!! It is super-generous of you to do a special e-Copy giveaway! Thank you so much!! Non-techy soul that I am, I forgot all about e-books and e- reader options. So this is great!! (((HUGS)))

  9. i loved the interview, and just ordered the kindle version should should be reading it today.
    cant wait. keep them highland books coming Su-Ellen.

    1. Bless you, Lily! Thank you so much for ordering the Kindle version. I appreciate it very much! I hope you'll enjoy the story. And I'm delighted you loved the interview. It was so much fun to let old Dev and Alasdair run with it. 🙂

  10. I will be checking in at my local bookstore to pick up my copy of this new book.

    Marilyn Munro

    1. Bless you, Marilyn! Thanks so much for getting the book. I hope you will enjoy it and that the story will bring back lots of happy memories of your trips to Scotland. (((HUGS)))

  11. Good Morning! Bravo interview! I'm still chuckling over it….
    Congrats on the release Sue-Ellen. Alasdair and Marjory's story was worth the wait.

    1. Ha ha, Mary, I knew you'd appreciate the interview. It was great fun letting those two have at each other. Em and I just sat back and watched, smiling the while. (to those unfamiliar, Em is my Jack Russell terrier.) I am so glad you loved this book. (((HUGS)))

  12. Loved the interview and medieval Scotland is my favorite and I so agree you'd have to be dead or hopeless not to love those Highlanders!! Congrats on your newest!

    1. Sooo glad you loved the interview, Catslady. You have me smiling .. no kidding about the Highlanders question. I am always a bit shocked when people ask me that question. Come on!! The appeal of Highlanders (and their Highlands) is so obvious, I would think. What's not to love? Especially when they flash a bit of tartan and start to talk with their buttery-rich burrs. Oh. My. God. !!! If a woman didn't melt then, she's in trouble. 😉

      Thanks re the release. It's always a thrill to see a new one hit the stands.

  13. I was sent here from Sue-Ellen's wonderful blog and I saw this giveaway from WendyK once I got here. Sue-Ellen, you have worked long and hard to gift us with another one of your wonderful books. I really enjoyed Devorgilla and Alasdair's interview, and am looking forward to reading this new book. I love your books!

    1. Hi Cathy! Bless you for your kind words about Tartan Ink. 🙂 And isn't it kind of WendyK to do a special e-giveaway? Yes, this book was a long time in the making. The evil Construction Chaos Gods almost did me in as I tried to write every day. I think that whole experience took ten years off my life. But Alasdair is here now, thank goodness.
      I'm so glad you enjoyed the interview. Thanks for your good words! I hope you'll love this book, too.

  14. Oh Sue-Ellen,Dev and Alasdair what a wonderful interview. I read SEDUCTION OF A HIGHLAND WARRIOR during my back surgery,you guys are awesome. We love you Sue-Ellen and your stories. It is always such a pleasure to have you on the site. Have a GREAT release day! Keep them coming,we or I so love Scotland,as seen through your eyes.

    **Readers,if you don't win now, you will have another chance on Feb 11,so keep a watch out**


    1. April, I didn't know you read this during your surgery. I sure hope you're feeling better these days. I am so glad you enjoyed the book so much. And thank you for doing such a fantastic presentation with the post. It's gorgeous!! You and WendyK are always so good to me. 🙂
      Thanks re the upcoming feature, too!!
      Love you both so much!! (((HUGS)))

  15. I am so glad this book is out. I have been waiting for the series to be complete before starting it. It has been hard to wait. When I get home, I'll dig out SINS OF THE HIGHLAND DEVIL and get started. I haven't read any Medieval Highland stories in a while and look forward to it.

    Hope your release week for SEDUCTION OF A HIGHLAND WARRIOR is a great success.

    1. OMGoodness, Librarypat, I didn't realize you were holding off on reading the first two books of the trilogy until Alasdair hit the shelves. Yikes! Had I known, I would've sent you an ARC of this one. On the other hand, it will surely be fun to read the three books back-to-back. I hope you'll enjoy them.
      Thanks so much for the good words!! I really appreciate them! 🙂

  16. Wendy, April, I forgot to say please do not enter me in the drawing. I have my copy and even if I didn't I would want a well deserving reader or someone new to Sue-Ellen's writing to win.

  17. Although I LOVE your handsome, strong, fierce Highland men, and there strong opinionated women, I think my favorite character HAS to be Devorgilla! She reminds me of my so beloved grandmother, because of her fiestiness, and her knact for getting under everyones' skins!! LOL!! Only Devorgilla could get away with her highjinks and come out on top and loved and cherished. (as was my grandmother). Your books 'send me away' better than any old Calgon bath, and I cherish each word from beginning to end. Thank you so much Sue-Ellen for the writings you do. I'm so glad I found you. Hugs & Rainbows. Wendy M.

    1. Ah, Wendy, I adore you! You really made me smile. And chuckle. Your much-loved grandmother does indeed sound like Devorgilla! I wish I could've known your grandmother. I would've loved her, too. And I so agree about old Dev. She is my all-time favorite character, too. For all the reasons you name. After her, I'd choose dear Sir M and then Bran of Barra from my Allie Mackay titles.
      Thank you so much for all the good words! You really make me feel special. Thank you!

  18. WendyK, April, and Everyone… I'm away to cycle a round and walk my little dog. Then I'll be working. I'll look in again later this evening or tonight so I catch everyone. Thank you so much for your good words and enthusiasm. I appreciate you so much!!

    Have fun in here!! And good luck in the giveaway!

    See you soon!

  19. You delight us all once again…the interview was creative and fun, Thanks!
    I can't wait to get my hands on this book, it seems like forever since the last one, lol.
    Have a fantastic release day and I'll be getting your book as soon as I can find it. Today I'm filling in for my husband's secretary who has an appointment with their CPA over her husband's business taxes. Wendy K and April, I didn't know you had a blog so now I will be back =)

    1. Isn't this a great blog, Glittergirl? WendyK and April host tons of fantastic authors all the time. You'll want to check in often, if not every day. 🙂
      Thank you so much for the good words! I appreciate them so much. No kidding, this one was a long time in coming! I lost two years of my life due to the construction chaos here that lasted DAILY for two solid years. I'm amazed I didn't end up in a rubber room, enduring such a nightmare on deadline. Hopefully readers will find this book worth the wait. Good luck with all your own work – I know you're always busy. (((HUGS)))

  20. I have to get my book from amazon, they closed down the book store in my town. I have been reading all the little bits you have been giving us and can't wait to read it. Great interview Devorgilla did with Alasdair, she's wily isn't she. LOL I just love her too.

    1. Hi Earlene! I'm so glad you've enjoyed the tidbits I've been sharing and that you're looking forward to reading the book. I hope you'll love it. Isn't Devorgilla a hoot? I love her so much, too. I swear she's real. 😉 I'm so glad you enjoyed seeing her and Alasdair.

  21. Happy Release Day, Sue-Ellen – and what a way to celebrate with a day at the Spa! Hope it was wonderful. Lovely interview with Dev and Alasdair – really enjoyed it.

    1. Thank you, Karen! I did have a grand (and much-needed) spa day. As you (and some others in here) know, I am wrapping up a deadline this week, so things are really hopping with this release falling at the same time. So the spa day was wonderful. I feel brand new ! So glad you enjoyed the interview. It was fun 'turning the mike over to Dev and Alasdair.' 😉

  22. Okay, Everyone… I am away to make supper. I'll look in again later tonight so no one is missed. Till then, have fun in here and GOOD LUCK in the drawing!

    Oh! Dev just popped her head in my office door telling me to let you know she's on her way with FOUR different single malts from Scotland for you. She's decided it's time for a good old Heiland whisky tasting. And, of course, Alasdair is striding along behind her, bearing lots of oatcakes and cheese. And haggis for the daring! M'mmm…


    And no peeking under kilts, you hear?

    See you later! Be good.

  23. Don't enter me for the book as I already have my loverly copy but I wanted to pop in and say hello to Devorgilla, Alasdair(sigh) and SE.

  24. Leave it to Devorgilla to provide refreshments. Oh, Old Dev is real. She has let me know. One day about two years ago I was teasing Sue-Ellen because I had a nice winter storm and she had hot old Florida. Well at work that night I was giving the greeter at Wal-Mart a break and standing near a wall of items that included foil roasting pans. Now these were well inside and not bothered by wind. I had my back to them and all of a sudden they all came flying off the shelf at me. You should have seen the look on the faces of the customers who were coming toward me. They were scared. I know it was Old Dev and that's my story and I'm sticking too it. I don't want to be turned into a toad.

    1. Bwaaa, Kathy, I remember that!! Oh, yes, Dev is real for sure and she was after you that night. No kidding! 😉 Like you, I let her have her way. She really can cast ye olde evil eye when vexed. ((:O

  25. Oh, I just loved this and it brought such a smile to my face that I've needed badly. Been under the weather the last few days and this was just the medicine I needed. 🙂 Please don't enter me as I have a cherished copy. I am in the middle of James and Catriona's story right now and am reading them all together. I just wanted to come give a wave and shake my pom-poms *O/* for Sue-Ellen!

    1. Leah, it is so good of you to look in here when you're feeling poorly. Thank you so much! I hope you get well soon. (and that you don't have that awful flu in the news lately) Excellent that you are reading James and Catriona's story. It's best to read these three books back to back. I'm so glad you enjoyed the Alasdair's interview. You will see him and Marjory meet for the first time in Sins of a Highland Devil. 🙂
      Take care and get well!
      Love you! (((HUGS)))

  26. Thank you so much, WendyK and April, for having me here today. I loved celebrating Release Day with you! And thanks so much to everyone who looked in. Your good words and enthusiasm meant so much and really made my day extra-special. THANK YOU, Everyone!
    It's been so much fun!!

  27. Loved the interview – I can't wait to read it – curl up with a nice cup of hot tea and a few biscuits and away we go to our beloved Scotland

  28. Loved the interview with Devorgilla questioning Alasdair, it was a lot of fun. I can't wait to read Seduction of a Highland Warrior, it sounds fantastic.

  29. I pre-ordered "Seduction of a Highland Warrior", so I had it the minute it was available, on my Kindle, and I read it all in one day…I can't wait for your next book…I'll be waiting, in the Mists of Scotland's past, for your next magical adventure.

  30. I've been looking forward to this book in the series. Got here a bit late to the party, but better late than never.

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