I’m Marguerite Kaye, and I write historical romances – lots of them – from my home in Argyll on the West Coast of Scotland. I’m a voracious consumer of books, Scotland’s world-class larder, and the occassional cocktail.
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I'm venturing into pastures new with my latest Undone! trilogy from Harlequin. Legend of the Faol, out in consecutive months from March 2011. Set in Scotland in the early 1700’s, it concerns the Faol, a race of shapeshifters descended from the son of a mythical Highland chieftain who was raised by wolves. Fierce and noble warriors, they live on the mystical island of Kentarra, where they exist in uneasy symbiosis with their human neighbours on the mainland. This culture clash, the sense of alien worlds colliding, provides the central emotional conflict which drives the three romances.