When award-winning photojournalist M.C. "Maggie" Warner decides to take a break from assignments in war-torn locales, she picks Balloch, Scotland on the shores of Loch Lomond to get away. She knew she would find solace and beauty around the Loch. She didn't expect to find love.
Enter Crispin Yates. Full time literary professor. Part time pub barkeep. He knew the day he met Maggie Warner he would marry her. Their conversations about photography and literature endear her to him. And he cannot get enough of tramping through the highlands of Scotland with her.
But their love is threatened by a family member who doesn't exactly like anyone not of the upper class. They will do anything to besmirch Maggie's name, including throwing high-born socialite Lady Camilla Knightsbridge Langdon at Crispin.
Can Maggie and Crispin's love survive the rolling moors of Scotland? Or will it be drowned in "The Loch?"
|The Muses Funhouse
About the Author
Born and raised in upstate New York, with a brief and very influential stint living in Great Britain, Beth A. Freely now calls Texas her home.
With more than 14 years of writing experience as a copywriter and published author, she holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Media Communication with a minor in Marketing and a master’s degree in English and Creative Writing.
In 2003, after the prodding of some friends, she published some of her fanfiction online. She won awards for it and decided to write her first full-length novel. She is currently in the process of rewriting the novel in the hopes of publishing it in 2021.
In 2005, Beth was the first-place winner of the 2005 Arche Books Publishing Novel Writing Contest, Women's Fiction with her novel Behind the Eyes of Dorian Gray.
The Legend of Captain St. Pierre, her second novel, was written with her best friend, Mariam, and is the first book in a planned trilogy.
The Loch is her third novel.
She is the owner of The Muses Funhouse.