Two #FREE Books by Joanne Wadsworth


Grab yourself a FREE copy of these two ebooks and please share the news.


One Day Only – Free April 15th

Highlander’s Charm: AMAZON

Highlander's Charm 2.0


Free for the Month of April

Enchanter: AMAZON

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I hope you enjoy the free reads. Thanks for joining me today.

~ Joanne


#99c – Highlander Heat Boxed Set: Three Full-Length Novels – Books 1-3.

99c. New release price!

99c. New release price. Regular price $4.99. Save $4.00 while you can.

This boxed set includes the first three books in my bestselling Highlander Heat series.


HIGHLANDER HEAT BOXED SET: Three Full-Length Novels – Books 1-3


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Available now at: Amazon Kindle

Three sinfully sexy Highlander romances by Joanne Wadsworth.

HIGHLANDER’S CASTLE ~ features a rugged Scottish warrior who agrees to handfast with a lass from the enemy clan. When she arrives at Alex’s castle, the last thing he expects is a woman claiming to come from the future, and a woman who ignites in him a powerful desire. When she is taken from him back through time, he’ll do all he can to get her back…

HIGHLANDER’S MAGIC ~ Archie MacDonald has been gifted a faerie who insists she’s from the future and the progeny of both his and his enemy’s clan. All he needs is Marie’s aid in the coming battle, to rid the world of his enemy. Although in seeking his revenge against her paternal ancestor…he might very well kill the one woman who’s now stolen his heart.

HIGHLANDER’S CHARM ~ Lila MacIan is transported through time to the Scottish warrior her magical charm has soul-bound her to, a man she must now escape even though he has no intention of letting her go…


Thanks for taking the time to check out my news this week. Stay safe and warm.

~ Joanne

Giveaway! Paperback Book Bundle.


Hey everyone,

I’m celebrating the end of a wonderful year for my Highlander Heat series and running a Paperback Book Bundle giveaway. This prize will consist of the first three books in the series. If you’d like to enter, simply leave a comment and you’re in the draw. International. Prize drawn on December 18th. Contest also running on Joanne Wadsworth’s Facebook Author Page. All books are stand-alone.

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This giveaway is also in celebration of the release of six new covers for the series. If you want to see them, they’re just below. I hope you like. I certainly had a ball designing and creating them.


Highlander’s Castle, Book One: Ebook: Amazon Kindle. Paperback: Amazon / B&N

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Highlander’s Magic, Book Two: Ebook: Amazon Kindle.  Paperback: Amazon / B&N

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Highlander’s Charm, Book Three: Ebook: Amazon Kindle.   Paperback: Amazon / B&N

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Highlander’s Guardian, Book Four: Ebook: Amazon Kindle.  Paperback Coming Dec 8th.

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Highlander’s Faerie, Book Five: Ebook: Amazon Kindle.  Paperback Coming Feb 2015

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Highlander’s Captive, Novella Book #0.5: Ebook: Amazon Kindle

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I wish you all a wonderful week. Make sure you enter the draw by leaving a comment.

~ Joanne

Yay, it’s here! Cover Reveal for HIGHLANDER’S CHARM.

I’ve been waiting eagerly to show you this cover.


Highlander Heat, Book Three



Coming September 11th, 2014 

Available for Pre-Order at: Amazon Kindle



Traveling through time…for a Highlander.

Lila MacIan makes a wish upon a sixteenth century charm gifted to her by her missing grandmother, a wish that sends her traveling back into the past and to a warrior her charm has bound her to. With a vicious feud raging between the clans, she withholds her true identity from him, except he’s seen her grandmother and now she must do whatever it takes to find her.

Highland warrior Calum MacLean is bound to a woman who holds an identical charm to his. Visions assail him, of the two of them intimately together, and as Lila escapes him for the enemy’s land, his soul demands he protect and aid her.

Once Lila is reunited with her grandmother, she discovers she was born in the past to the MacIan laird, Calum’s arch enemy. Can she find a way to save the man her soul cries out for…set her past to rights and remain in her true time?



At the cave, Calum knelt and rested his cheek near Lila’s lips. Her breath fluttered across his skin and relief poured through him. If he’d been any later in finding her, he’d have lost her.

Quickly, he dug a small pit in the sandy dirt. He pulled the stringy bark off a log, struck flint with his dirk, and coaxed the sparks to life. He built the fire into a crackling blaze with the twigs and wood.

“Mmm, Calum.” She wriggled and stretched.

“Aye, I’m here.” He spread his spare plaid closer to the heat of the flames, scooped her up and laid her in front of him. With his body curved around hers, he tried to share as much of his own heat as he could.

“That’s good. Sooo good.”

“You should have remained at Duart.” He tucked a lock of her black hair behind her ear then wiped grit from her cheeks and chin.

“Sorry, what? Did you get the hot chocolate?”

“You’re teasing me?” Aye, she was, going by the mischievous tilt to her lips. “What is this hot chocolate you speak of?”

“You have to try it. You take chocolate powder and stir it into frothy milk then toss a big gooey marshmallow on top. Delicious. The waitress at my local coffee shop makes the best ones.” She pushed her hands from the confines of his tartan and wiggled her fingers before the flames. “After I fell into the stream I thought Nanna was here, or I was back home, or something. Remind me to never drink icy water on an empty stomach again.”

“What I’ll do is never allow you to swim in the loch again.”

 She squirmed around. “I couldn’t stay at Duart, not when I have to get to Ardnamurchan.”

“Margaret told me where you’d gone. Why do you believe your grandmother left for MacIan’s territory?”

“If I told you, you’d get angry, and right when I want to show you some appreciation for saving my life.” Her silver eyes lit. “Want to know how?”

“By showing me your heart shaped mole?” Nay, he shouldn’t encourage her. She needed to rest.

“I missed you, Calum.” She leaned in and kissed him. “After I swam away, I felt as if I’d left part of me behind. Each mile dragged.”

“You willnae leave me again.” He brushed his lips across hers, wanting desperately to imbibe further and drink in her sweet taste. An urge to show her exactly how much he’d missed her burned through him. Aye, this was their cave, the one where he would—damn it, she was still weak and needed to conserve her strength.

“That mole on my belly”—she melted against him—“I want you to see it. Can you help me take this wetsuit off? I want to feel more of the fire’s heat on my skin.”

“I—I set the snare.”

“Then I’d say it caught me.” Her sweet mouth lifted and he traced her plump lower lip.

No more. He had to get out of here. He shot to his feet and dived out of the cave.

“Hey, where are you going? That’s not the kind of snare I meant, mister.”

“I’ll return with food,” he called back. “If you wish to change, there’s clothing in the sack Margaret packed for you.”

Her sigh followed him into the dark as he marched on.


Available for Pre-Order at: Amazon Kindle


Thanks so much for joining me today. Take care this week.

~ Joanne

A Sneak Peek at Highlander’s Charm, Coming Soon

HIGHLANDER’S CHARM, Highlander Heat #3.


I can’t wait to bring you HIGHLANDER’S CHARM, book three in my Highlander Heat series. This book will release late September 2014, so it’s coming soon. And for some more delicious Highlander Heat news. I’ve just wrapped up book four in the series, and Highlander’s Guardian has a tentative release date set for January 2015.

In the meantime, here’s an excerpt from Charm which I hope you enjoy.


Lila strode along the thinning, scrub-lined path. At the edge of the loch, a hundred shirtless warriors wielded swords in a battle of strength against one another. Another hundred swam toward a small island in the middle of the waterway.

Among the half-naked men, Calum swung his two-handed claymore down on his opponent’s. His shoulders and arms were thick, strong, and packed with muscle. A healthy sheen of sweat glistened across his glorious abs. He shoved forward and the force of his move sent the warrior he fought against stumbling backward. So impressive.

Yes, one quick goodbye with Calum and then she’d be away.

She threaded through the battling men, all far too intent on killing each other. It was as if they were each other’s mortal enemy, and if this was training, she shuddered to think what an actual battle would look like. She darted through then fell in behind the one she was after. “Calum, I—”

He jerked around. “Lila? What are you—”

“Behind you.” The warrior he battled raised his sword.

Calum whirled, barely catching his opponent’s blow. “Get back, Lila.”

A blade whistled past her ear, and hot air pulsed all around. She was blocked, on every side. “Get back to where?”

“Hold onto me.” Calum scooped her against him then dodged through his warring men until they reached the edge of the flat.

“I’m so sorry.” She plastered her face against his chest, her heart beating so loud it pounded in her ears. “I didn’t know that would happen.”

“They cannae see any but their opponent when their blood roars for the fight.” He gripped her hand and tugged her into the thick copse of surrounding pine trees. Nesting birds twittered within the highest branches. “How did you manage to slip past the tower guardsman?”

“I was with Margaret and we didn’t have an issue. I needed to come. I had to see you.”

“Then speak.” He slid his claymore into the sheath strapped to his bare back.

Oh, now she had to find a way to say goodbye without actually coming out and saying it. “You left so quickly this morning.” Okay, a good start.

“That is hardly an adequate reason for the risk you just took with your life.” He backed her against a wide trunk, his gaze dropping to her lips.

“I wanted to thank you for saving my life and pulling me from the loch.”

“You did that last eve.” He dipped his head, urged her lips apart and from one heart-stopping breath to the next, swarmed her senses with a ferocious kiss. Every inch of her sizzled, burned and throbbed.

“Once didn’t seem enough,” she said when he finally eased back.

“My apologies. I had to kiss you.” He caressed her sides, roamed down and scooped her bottom. He lifted her higher and pressed his hard length against her belly. “Do you feel our connection?”

“Yes.” She seized his powerful biceps and held on. “I’m not sure what we’re going to do about it though.”

“I do. In the cave, I saw a vision of your beautiful hair spread like black silk over my tartan. I’ve wished since for that vision to come true.” He kissed her again, so deeply their breath mingled as one, his hardness a hot brand and making her want more.

Although it was more she couldn’t have, not when she had her own mission ahead of her. She had to find her grandmother, not duel with Calum.

Yes, it was time to go.


Look out for the cover reveal in just a few weeks. It’s coming soon.

I wish you all a wonderful week. 🙂