Guest Author & Giveaway: Karen Hawkins featuring One Night in Scotland

Wednesday, December 8

My guest author today is a woman after my own heart.  She too has a fondness for men in kilts and HGTV.  I'm addicted to both ...I just lack the budget for the HGTV remodels :)  

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over 20 humorous historical and contemporary romance novels, Karen Hawkins, is my guest today to talk about her newest historical romance One Night in Scotland, which is the first book in her new Hurst Amulet series.  Read and enjoy!


Welcome to Seductive Musings Karen! For you, what makes a romance novel a great love story and what makes writing historical romances so compellingly seductive to your muse?

Anyone who doesn’t enjoy a warm, happy-ever-after love story needs to stop and realize what’s really important in life. It’s all about connections, love, and (most importantly) family. THAT is what romance novels are about.

Who doesn’t love happy-ever-after endings? In my opinion, we need more of those!

I enjoy writing both contemporary and historical romances, but historical romances were my first love. I’ve had a fascination with history since I was in elementary school and first read Laura Ingalls Wilder. It’s so much more relaxing to not only escape into a book, but to escape into another time period. I love bringing that magic to my historical romances.

Many of your heroes are Scottish Highlanders, what makes them such great heroes in your opinion?

Any man who can pull of a skirt -- and I mean that both ways -- is a Real Man. Add a man’s deep brogue and my bones melt. There’s just something sexy about those strong, powerful Scotsmen and they make naturally sexy heroes..

Your newest novel, One Night in Scotland, is the first book in your new Hurst Amulet Series. Can you tell us a little bit about the books in this series, how many there might be, and how they will all be connected?

There will be four books, plus the prequel. The prequel is already out -- MUCH ADO ABOUT MARRIAGE, and shows the beginning of both the MacLean Curse, and how the Hurst Amulet is lost.

The first book in the series is ONE NIGHT IN SCOTLAND and features Mary Hurst. The next book will be about her brother William, then her brother Robert, and finally, her brother Michael. As a little bonus to the four love stories, there is an overarching mystery throughout the stories concerning the Hurst Amulet, which will be solved in the final book, although there are clues throughout the three previous books. I love a good mystery!

If you had an opportunity to provide only a two or three sentence "teaser" quote from One Night in Scotland, to grab the attention of potential readers and give them a glimpse and feeling of what the story is about what would it be?

     Angus looked down at Mary where she rested in his arms. Her brown eyes were shimmering, her creamy skin flushed with passion. She looked mussed and happy.

     Happy? From a mere kiss? But it had been more than a kiss. And she was more than a 'mere' anything.

     What am I doing? I can’t allow this to continue. She's a woman made for adventure and I'm here, at New Slains Castle, and I will never, ever leave. His fingers went to his scar. She'd kissed it, accepting his scar as well as himself. But she hadn't seen all of his scars; she didn't know how far they went, how they still hurt and ached and sometimes burned as if on fire. She didn’t know how much of him had been lost in that fire, how much of him would never return.

     This woman was vibrant and alive and healthy and she deserved someone who was the same. Someone other than him.

     His heart ached at the thought with a pain that rivaled the agony he’d already endured, and yet he ignored it. He let his arms drop to his sides where they hung like weights. "I'm sorry."

     That was all he said and yet it was enough.

Tell us about your hero, Angus Hay, the Earl of Erroll. What do you think will make readers, much like his heroine Mary, fall in love with him despite her being his prisoner? And can you tell us a little bit about their story in One Night in Scotland?

In ONE NIGHT IN SCOTLAND, Mary arrives at dark and forbidding New Slains Castle to request a mysterious onyx box left in the care of Angus Hay, the reclusive Earl of Erroll. Mary’s brother, Michael, is a famous adventurer who sent the box to Angus, a renown researcher. But now a sulfi has captured Michael and demands the return of the box in exchange for Michael’s freedom.

Unfortunately, when Mary requests the onyx box, Angus suspects that she is an imposter and has come to steal the artifact, so he locks her in a turret of his castle while he sends for confirmation of her identity. But Angus doesn’t count on how determined his ‘prisoner’ might be in demanding her freedom . . . or how difficult she may be to resist!

What's your favorite scene or moment from One Night in Scotland, and why? Can you describe it  for us without giving too much away?

I love Mary’s many attempts to win her freedom. She used every wile known to woman -- and a few new ones, too!

What are five fun facts about you or this book, that readers would love to know?
  1. Having grown up in a big family, I like a little noise in the background while I write. So I write with HGTV playing in the background. Much to my husband’s chagrin, because of that exposure, I’ve gotten to be a home remodeling addict.
  2. I’ve had a long love affair with Elizabeth Peters’ Amelia Peabody series. Amelia is an intrepid adventurer in her own right, deeply enamoured with the mysteries of Egypt, so expect to see an Egyptian tie-in to the missing Hurst Amulet.
  3. There are clues to the location of the missing amulet scattered throughout all four books.
  4. The Hurst family is very lively and fun and you get to see most family members in each book -- even those who’ve married into the MacLean family.
  5. I have two rescue dogs -- a chocolate lab and an LBD (Large Brown Dog), who are top notch writer’s dogs because they’ve perfected The Art of the Nap. There’s an little know connection between writers and naps. Someone really needs to do a study on that phenomenon.
Can you tell us about some of your upcoming releases, or new projects that we can look forward to?

The second Hurst Amulet book, SCANDAL IN SCOTLAND, comes out May 24th, and the third one hits the shelves in October. I’m excited to write the series straight through because they’re so closely connected. I have to say, between that and all of my remodeling projects (thanks, HGTV!), I’m going to be pretty busy!

If you could ask readers a question what would it be?

Have you ever embarked on a remodeling project? Added a room to your house? Painted a room? Added decorative pillows? How did your remodeling project turn out?

Finally, just for fun…if you could write the “fortune” in a fortune cookie what would it be?

A sense of humor can heal many wounds, even those of a dark, scarred earl who lives high in a castle overlooking an icy sea.


A mysterious abductor . . . Someone is holding her brother prisoner in exchange for a gold-and-onyx box covered in mysterious runes, so Mary Hurst boldly sets out from the family vicarage to find the priceless artifact. But the man who possesses it, Angus Hay, the Earl of Erroll, is less than sympathetic to her plight.

A forbidding stranger . . . Himself a prisoner of his dark past, Angus refuses to yield the box—or allow Mary to leave! Suspicious of the alluring lass's mission, he vows to wrest a confession from her, but unearths a fiery temper and a will as strong as his own.

An unbreakable curse . . . Passion flares between them, but now there is more at stake: an unknown enemy is hunting down the precious box, and will stop at nothing. Risking all for love, Angus must solve the mystery behind the runes . . . and trust the only woman who can awaken his forgotten heart.


Read an excerpt from Ch. 1 here
(if you are a member of Pocket After Dark they have a two chapter except...but it will only be available for a few more days)

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Congratulations Karen on the release of One Night in Scotland, and thank you so much for being my guest!  If you'd like to learn more about Karen Hawkins and the books she writes you can find her at her website, www.karenhawkins.com, her collaborative website The Goddess Blogs , Twitter, and Facebook.

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29 Comments:

Carol L. December 8, 2010 at 4:28 AM  

Good morning Karen,
I'm so excited about One Night of Scotland. Congrats on this new release. I love series books that involve siblings. I also adore Scottish Highlanders in their kilts and beautiful brogues.:)I haven't taken on any remodeling jobs lately but for years I was always painting my rooms at the drop of a hat. Hooking my own rugs for the floor. I loved remodeling and HGTV was and is one of my favorite channels. I am a GFC follower under Lucky47. Can't wait to read about Angus and Mary.
Carol L.
Lucky4750@aol.com

Maureen December 8, 2010 at 6:10 AM  

Hi Karen,
I enjoy Scottish romances and, for me, I think it's the emphasis on family and community that makes them so appealing. We have lived in our house for over eighteen years so we have remodelled every room at least, although we have never added a room on. We have found that, for us, even the simplest project has a way of snowballing since once you fix one thing we usually uncover something else that needs to be done.
mce1011 AT aol DOT com

debbie December 8, 2010 at 7:36 AM  

The last room I remodeled was our front porch. I put up beaded plywood, painted it white. I painted the floors blue, and painted the brick white. I put in white wicker furniture, and it looks really nice.
I would like to ask, have you ever been to Scotland? I have always wanted to go, I love their accents.
debbie
twoofakind12@yahoo.com

Tore December 8, 2010 at 9:40 AM  

Thanks for the great giveaway. Please enter me in contest. I would love to read this book. I am a follower and email subscriber. Tore923@aol.com

Karen Hawkins December 8, 2010 at 10:03 AM  

Carol, I also love all things Scottish ... those brogues ... sigh! :) I'm in awe that you hooked your own rug! I've always wanted to do that!

Maureen, oh yesss, the remodeling snowball. I've been there. Too many times, in fact. I have to admit that I do love it when you're done and yo know things were done RIGHT. That feels soooo good!

Karen Hawkins December 8, 2010 at 10:07 AM  

Debbie, how inviting! I have a lanai that needs remodeling, so I may steal some of your ideas for it. It sounds very beachy. I love that!

And yes, I've been to Scotland. It's the only place I've ever visited that I felt homesick for after I left. It's just a magical, beautiful place.

Karen Hawkins December 8, 2010 at 10:08 AM  

Tore, will do! Thank you for posting! :)

Danielle Gorman December 8, 2010 at 11:31 AM  

Hi there Karen. Love your books and I can't wait to dig into this one. When it comes to decorating I'm a little all over the place. I still haven't been able to find one thing to like. I like so many different styles. So I try to not do too much remodeling. I did just repaint my bedroom to blue.

Stephmartin71 December 8, 2010 at 12:01 PM  

Yes, remodeled a bathroom in our old house, then "subcontracted" for the new house. Subcontracted, being key here ;) The remodeling project was: take old floor off & new floor down, re-paint, hang wallpaper, new vanity & fixtures. It was supposed to be only few days & weekend job. It Really took 3 wks. We ran into so many problems. The floor was rotten & we didn't know cause of what they did to hide it. Wallpaper was so old, that it took the drywall off w/it & area to paint was impossible without using a de-something liquid wiped on the old paint just so that the new primer & paint would stick because the paint kept smearing. Yeah that was a wake up call, that maybe we should stick to what we are good at & let the pro's at it ;) Which is also why we subcontracted.
I have your first 5 bks & listed those as MacLeans Curse. Is this the right series name for those books? Since reading this post, the new books are also called the same?
I'm a GFC follower, Great post & contest. Merry upcoming Holidays ;)
Stephmartin71(at)yahoo(dot)com

Barbara E. December 8, 2010 at 12:30 PM  

When I moved into my house six years ago, I had tile floors put in most of the rooms and 4 rooms painted. I moved my furniture around so many times - plus boxes of stuff I didn't want to unpack until it was all done. I also had a new kitchen countertop installed and a couple of cabinets. It all turned out well, but was sure a hassle while it was being done.
I loved the excerpt of One Night in Scotland and can't wait to find out how Angus and Mary resolve their differences.

Barbed1951(at)aol(dot)com
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alba December 8, 2010 at 3:41 PM  

Hello Karen I am so excited about One Night in Scotland, I just Finished reading Much Ado About Marriage LOVED IT.
I did not know you liked HGTV I do too I love the make overs, We Painted our bedroom put down Hardwood floors too Finally got the right duvet I actually found 2 Skirts at a thrift store made throw pillows.
Now I have my Pretty bedroom.
I am a GFC

I posted on my blog
http://albamyhs.blogspot.com/
Have a good one Ann.
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Estella December 8, 2010 at 4:09 PM  

Yes to all of the questions.
The remodel of our living room turned out awesome. We enlarged the room and put down Pergo flooring.
I made the pilllows for the couch to enhance the paint on the walls.

One night in Scotland sounds like the start of a great series.

GFC follower
kissinoak at frontier dot com

Asylumgirl December 8, 2010 at 4:59 PM  

No, I haven't done any true remodeling. I'd probably lose my mind if I had to live in a house while it was being remodeled. I'd absolutely love a new floor, but my experience with decorating only goes as far as taking things down for Christmas and putting the Christmas decorations up. lol

GFC follower

Deidre
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Robin K December 8, 2010 at 10:10 PM  

We remodeled our office and again found out just unreliable contractors can be. Not everything is perfect but fairly close. We would love to do our master bath next!

I am a follower.
robin [at] intensewhisper [dot] com

gamistress66 December 8, 2010 at 11:20 PM  

redecorated my bedroom this spring (1st room I've really redone since I bought the house). Fresh paint, new knobs/handles on the dresser & closet doors, new blinds & bought some pictures for the walls. It's amazing how many shades of pale blue there are. I taped several samples on the wall for a couple weeks while I decided just which shade I liked best. I've been so happy with it since it's been finished (although it's not 100% done as I haven't gotten around to buying a new carpet yet). It jsut feels like me where it hadn't before.

gfc follower.
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Jessica December 9, 2010 at 1:43 AM  

I'm a big fan!

I've never remodeled anything because I've always rented but I did refinish my mom's bathroom cabinet recently.

My dog is a rescue too :)

I'm a GFC follower!

thejoyofthejoyofcooking at hotmail dot com

Karen Hawkins December 9, 2010 at 11:59 AM  

Danielle, I hope you enjoy One Night! You know, I think figuring out your style is the hardest thing to do. I see a lot of things that I like, but wouldn't like in my house. So that's tough!

Karen Hawkins December 9, 2010 at 12:02 PM  

StephMartin, it would be easy getting in over your head in a remodel. A friend of mine redid her own bathroom and ran into almost the exact same problems -- rotten flooring no one knew about, wall paint treatment that couldn't be painted over, etc etc etc. She had to hire someone to come in and finish it. It's gorgeous though! I love it.

My last series was the MacLean Curse Series and this new one is the Hurst Amulet Series. There is some crossover between the two series because two of the Hurst sisters married two of the MacLean brothers in the final two books -- SLEEPLESS IN SCOTLAND and THE LAIRD WHO LOVED ME. We meet the Hurst family very briefly in those two books. Let me know if you have any more questions!

Karen Hawkins December 9, 2010 at 12:12 PM  

Barbara E, living in the middle of a remodel is NO fun. But oh, it's worth it in the end. Or it usually is!

I hope you enjoy ONE NIGHT IN SCOTLAND. It was a blast to write!

Karen Hawkins December 9, 2010 at 12:14 PM  

alba, your bedroom sounds GORGEOUS! I would love to put hardwood floors down in my bedroom, too. One day...! Sigh!

I'm so glad you enjoyed MUCH ADO. It was so much fun to write in that time period. I'd like to write Duncan's and Robert's stories once I finish with the Hursts.

Karen Hawkins December 9, 2010 at 12:17 PM  

Estella, I wish I could sew. My daughter asked for a sewing machine for Christmas and I thought, "I'd like one, too!" although I don't know how I'd learn to use it. I don't have time now for what I DO have to do.

It's just cool that you can add to your own design like that!

Karen Hawkins December 9, 2010 at 12:22 PM  

Asylumgirl, it's TOUGH living through a remodel. Everything is out of kilter and there are people tromping through your house all day -- it's definitely tough to do. Some people will actually move out while remodeling is being done, but whew, what a hassle even that would be! Maybe Christmas decos are the way to go, after all!

Karen Hawkins December 9, 2010 at 12:24 PM  

RobinK, a master bath remodel would be awesome. I would love a deeper tub soooo much. You're right about contractors, some of them are amazingly unreliable. It's difficult to find a really good one.

Karen Hawkins December 9, 2010 at 12:29 PM  

gamimistress66, you really personalized your space, then. That is the ultimate perfect makeover, when you look around and go "This is ME." I'd love to do that to my own bedroom. It's on The List ... which is getting REALLY long! Lol!

Karen Hawkins December 9, 2010 at 12:31 PM  

Jessica, thank you! I hope you enjoy ONE NIGHT. :) I've done a little refinishing myself -- not much, but I loved the outcome. It's so nice that you did that for your mother!

librarypat December 9, 2010 at 2:55 PM  

Had to smile at your comments and question. We have had nothing but rescue dogs. We fostered litters of puppies for about 8 years for the local shelter. We currently have a lab mix, pit bull, and a terrier mix.

As for remodeling projects- our life the past 18+ years has been nothing but. We bought an 1898 Victorian farm house that needed to be gutted and redone. I ripped out the walls (lath and plaster is such a mess, but it was in too bad a shape to save), and my husband put it back together. We have lived in the house while working on it, playing musical rooms, boxes and furniture. The end is in sight, but then it will be time to do touch up work on what we already did. We have also added on to the house and expanded the garage, added an apartment for our son there and built a forge building for our blacksmith shop.

This past year our oldest daughter and her husband who live about 65 miles away, decided to add on to their house and remodel. Our son did the work with my husband's and their help. They are mostly done. When they have the money, they do a bit more. There is still a bit of trim work left both inside and out. The sunroom they added is lovely and the way they opened the kitchen, dining room and living room makes the house much more functional.

Our other daughter and her husband tore their house apart the end of summer. Luckily, they live just down the road from us. They have had no water since the first of November. All they left was their bedroom and the family room. They finally got the bathroom and hot water installed this past weekend. They had parked their camper out back and used the bathroom in it and used our shower. They have enclosed the front porch and knocked out interior walls to make a large bath/laundry room, a music room where the porch was, and a large kitchen/dining room where the small kitchen and living room were. They have redone their sons' rooms. My husband has been consultant and helper. They also resided the house and had a new roof put on (necessary due to storm damage).

We have been lucky we could do most of the work ourselves. Our son was in 4th grade when we moved here and has learned how to do just about anything working on our house with his dad. It saves money if you can do it yourself, but it takes a whole lot longer to get it done. My biggest problem now is trying to go through all these boxes and sort what we are keeping and what we will get rid of. We have already brought truck loads to our church's transitional housing center. Then of course there are the other little projects I add to the poor man's Honey Do List. The most recent is another bank of bookcases in the family room. I already have 36, but always seem to need more.

This is already too long, so I won't go into the painting and decorating. It has been an adventure.

I have enjoyed your books for years and look forward to reading this series.

I am a GFC Follower.

mbreakfield December 10, 2010 at 2:20 AM  

I change paint colors in my rooms quite often and I've refinished furniture. I have to have noise in the background, too and have several rescue animals. I'm looking forward to reading this book.
marlenebreakfield(at)yahoo(dot)com

Jeanne M December 10, 2010 at 2:18 PM  

When my oldest son turned 8 we decided we had to "grow-up" his room so the huge giraffe and hippo paintings were covered over with white paint - not very effectively. My husband got the "great" idea to cover the walls with old National Georgraphic magazine maps using regular paste. All went well until he left to go to college and we decided to "re-do" the room. 3 weeks and much struggle later we finally got all the maps removed!

Reading is a lot easier than re-doing rooms so I have tried to have reading my main project since!

I love your books and really like ones that run in a series.

jeannemiro@yahoo.com

Sheree December 12, 2010 at 4:32 AM  

Hi! Frankly, any "remodeling" I would do is limited to the decorative throw pillows level. Painting? I don't think so.

Which dog did you get first, the lab or the LBD? Were there issues?

GFC follower
ironss[at]gmail.com

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