Dive into the secret, ancient, powerful world of two New Orleans families, the Deschanels and the Sullivans...
Lagniappe/ˌlanˈyap/“ a little something extra”
Colleen arrives in Edinburgh, eager to pursue her dream of a life in medicine, despite her homesickness. She writes to her sister of the sweeping, gothic charms of Edinburgh, and the peculiar—and strangely familiar—teacher’s aide who dislikes her from day one.
Noah can’t believe the sister of his childhood tormentor has followed him across the world.
The two find themselves alone on campus over the holidays. On a whim, Noah proposes a getaway for the Christmas weekend, and Colleen accepts, both wondering at how easily they’ve thrown aside their judgment in exchange for a reprieve from their loneliness.
Nothing will be the same after their worlds collide in the Scottish Highlands.
The Saga of Crimson & Clover
A sprawling dynasty. An ancient bloodline. A world of magic and mayhem.
Welcome to the Saga of Crimson & Clover, where all series within are linked but can be equally enjoyed on their own.
The House of Crimson & Clover Series: Dive into the secretive, ancient, powerful world of the Deschanels & Sullivans
The Midnight Dynasty Series: There’s no place like home.
Vampires of the Merovingi Series: From the ashes of the sorcerer kings rose an empire.
The Seven Series: Seven siblings. Seven years. Seven spellbinding novels.
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A Band of Heather by Sarah Cradit is a lagniappes about some beloved characters in her The House of Crimson and Clover series.
This is a short story is about Colleen and Noah, and it is set in beautiful Scotland. It is a great background story of how these two characters got together. I loved the vivid descriptions of Edinburgh and Isle of Skye. There is a lot packed into this short story.
Cradit has used a very creative story structure to tell this incredibly romantic story; letters home to family allow the main characters to tell their POV. The story structure fluidly moves back and forth from letter format to standard narrative.
A must read for fans of the House of Crimson and Clover series, and a sweet holiday story for new readers.