Keira Montclair Quotes
“skills were needed, and someone inside that cottage was undoubtedly injured or ill. She moved toward the door and was wondering whether to open it or knock first when it flew open, and her kidnapper tugged her inside. “Over there.” He pointed toward the back of the cottage near the hearth. She stood long enough to notice the two guards on either side of the doorway. Which one was the chief? “Stop gawking and move on over. The one on the pallet needs you. Now heal him. I will get more wood to warm the cabin.” The door slammed behind him. The guards at the door ignored her. Clearly they were not in charge. She blocked them out so she could focus on her new patient and do what needed to be done so she could return home. As”
“She covered his hand with hers, and he sat up so he could intertwine their fingers. “Do you believe in heaven?” she asked. He thought for a moment, then said, “I do. Mama did.” “I do, also. Then the day will come when you will see her again.” He nodded. “Mama said the same. I like that idea. Thank you.”
“Do you realize that once a lass reaches womanhood that she has to deal with that sensation every day of her life? Every time she walks alone she has to look over her shoulder. Every time she relieves herself in the woods. Every time it's dark out. Every time a man moves toward her and puts her in the corner or an alcove. Every time she s alone in the stables. They must be always aware of where they are and who is around them. They have to be.”
- Born: The United States.
- Description: Keira Montclair is the pen name of an author who lives in Florida with her husband. She writes fast-paced historical romance, often with children as secondary characters.
If she’s not writing, she prefers to spend time with her grandchildren. She’s worked as a high school math teacher, a registered nurse, and an office manager. She loves ballet, mathematics, puzzles, learning anything new, and creating new characters for her readers to fall in love with.
She considers her work done well when her readers shed tears over her stories, but there’s always a happy ending! Her bestselling series is a family saga that follows two medieval Scottish clans through three generations and now numbers over thirty books.
Contact her through her website, www.keiramontclair.com.