Spotlight on Sue-Ellen Welfonder and…

Highland Warriors Trilogy 


The first book in the Highland Warriors trilogy, in which three heroes make a pact to insure that a rival clan does not take over their Glen of Many Legends. At the same time, three women plot to marry these heroes to insure peace.

James Cameron is concerned when the King’s decree states all three neighboring clans must have a battle to the death in order to lay official claim to the scared Glen of Many Legends.  James attempts to make a pact with the heads of the other clans to fight this decree.  But he ends up fighting his own fierce desire when coming head-to-head with Lady Catriona of the opposing MacDonald clan, who has her own plan for peace.


Kendrew Macintosh’s reputation precedes him: he wields an ax with deadly precision, strikes fear into his enemies, and lusts after beautiful women. But Kendrew has never met someone whose passion rivals his own-until an unexpected encounter with a mysterious woman.  Unfortunately, he soon discovers that the vixen is Isobel Cameron, daughter of an enemy clansman.  Their relationship is forbidden and Kendrew breaks away immediately.  Isobel has her own ideas.  She has lusted after Kendrew for some time and plans to draw the fierce warrior back into her arms. But in the darkness, villainous forces are at play–an enemy is determined to keep the two lovers apart, even if it means death.


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.

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Sue-Ellen WelfonderAuthor Bio: Sue-Ellen Welfonder is a card-carrying Scotophile whose burning wish to make frequent (free) trips to the land of her dreams led her to a twenty year career with the airlines. Bi-lingual, she flew international all those years, working her flights as foreign language speaker. Her flying career allowed her to see the world, but it was always to Scotland that she returned.

Now a full-time writer, she’s quick to admit that she much prefers wielding a pen to pushing tea and coffee. She spent fifteen years living in Europe and used that time to explore as many castle ruins, medieval abbeys, and stone circles as possible. Anything ancient, crumbling, or lichened caught her eye. She visits Scotland often, insisting her trips give her inspiration for new books.

Proud of her own Hebridean ancestry, she belongs to two clan societies and enjoys attending Highland Games. In addition to Scotland, her greatest passions are medieval history, the paranormal, and dogs. She never watches television, loves haggis, and writes at a four-hundred-and-fifty year old desk that once stood in a Bavarian castle.

Sue-Ellen is happily married to her very handsome husband, Manfred, who she met many moons ago on a Munich layover. Her life is ruled by the most adorable Jack Russell Terrier in the world. He’s the only soul allowed to disrupt her when she’s on deadline. She wishes all dogs could be so loved and asks readers to consider rescue if they are thinking about getting a pet. We can’t change the world, but it is possible to make a world of difference to a needy animal.

Sue-Ellen also writes Scottish-set paranormals for Penguin/NAL under her pen name, Allie Mackay –

Places you can find Sue-Ellen:

Website  / Tweeter

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14 thoughts on “Spotlight on Sue-Ellen Welfonder and…

  1. Thanks for your post. I love Sue Ellen’s books. I can’t wait to read about Alasdair and Marjory. I’m loving this tour. Count me in. Happy Valentine’s Day everyone.
    Carol L.

  2. Thanks so much! I’m loving me all these Highlanders! It’s been awhile since I read a good highland story and reading these authors that are new to me was so cool. Both did an excellent job in transporting me into Scotland and making me feel like I was in my own ‘Braveheart’ movie!

    Thanks for stopping by and your comments posted on either reviews or the Spotlight will be entered for a double chance! Good luck!


  3. My hubby and I were in Scotland a year and a half ago. Before that Visit I loved Scotland but then I have fallen in love again with this beautiful country. I like everything Scottish, so much, that I’d love to see my husband in a kilt. Fingers crossed! ;)

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  5. What is it about the cover for Sins of a Highland Devil that I love so much? The coloring? The sexy Highlander gazing off in the distance??

  6. Mel, I’m not entering for either book as I own them AND love them ;) but just wanted to stop by and wave the pom-poms. I just finished the series the other day and WOW! I did not want to leave the glen.

  7. I heard so much of the Highland books. I just haven’t had time to read them. I have got to clear my schedule so I can really sit down and read the books.
    Happy Valentine’s Day.

  8. The first romances I read were medieval Highland stories. There is something about the rugged land that tests a person and brings out their true character. It takes a strong people to live there and thrive. The strength, loyalty and character that is developed in such surroundings is just what appeals in a hero. I have been looking forward to the completion of this trilogy.

    Much success with the release of SEDUCTION OF A HIGHLAND WARRIOR. I can’t wait to read it.

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  10. I love history, have a degree in it but, never really learned much about medieval Scottish history until I began reading romance novels. Now, I’m drawn into the stories of brawny men, feisty women and fighting clans who created a history rich in heroes and heroines. Sue-Ellen’s books are among the authors who bring this history to life. I just purchased Margaret Mallory’s new book and am anxious to read it.

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