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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Eliza Knight’s Top-Ten Bucket List: (Laird of Twilght *Historical Romance* book tour)

Eliza Knight’s Top-Ten Bucket List 

1. Drink bubbly at the Champagne Bar at the top of the Eiffel Tower

2. Run a half-marathon (a marathon is too far…)

3. Visit Pompeii

4. Travel back in time through Scottish standing stones (a girl can wish!)

5. Meet Chris Hemsworth dressed as Thor

6. Be on the set of Outlander for a day of filming (and if they want to redo “The Wedding” episode, I’m cool with that, lol)

7. Have a library like Belle’s

8. Go on a Jane Austen walking tour

9. Spend an entire summer in a cottage on the Scottish coast

10. Meet the Queen of England 

Laird of Twilight (MacDougall Legacy Book 2)
by Eliza Knight
June 30, 2017
224 pages
A future foretold… 

Only one man can fulfill her destiny…

Lady Lilias Cameron has spent the last thirteen years skeptical of a prophecy regarding her future—until the very man described by the seer is introduced as her escort to a doomed marriage. Brooding and handsome, she cannot help the sparks of awareness he triggers. Nor can she ignore the deep desire to be true to herself.

Dirk MacDougall, Lord of the Isles, is to deliver a worthy bride to his Norse enemy, in an alliance that will hopefully bring peace to his country. The only problem is, he finds himself quite enamored by the spirited and charming lady. When one kiss leads to another, desire to claim her as his own takes hold.

If the alliance is broken, a mighty battle will be waged across Scotland begging the question: is forbidden love worth the price of war?

About the Author:

Eliza Knight is an award-winning and USA Today bestselling indie author of over fifty sizzling historical romance and erotic romance. Under the name E. Knight, she pens rip-your-heart-out historical fiction. While not reading, writing or researching for her latest book, she chases after her three children. In her spare time (if there is such a thing…) she likes daydreaming, wine-tasting, traveling, hiking, staring at the stars, watching movies, shopping and visiting with family and friends. She lives atop a small mountain with her own knight in shining armor, three princesses and two very naughty puppies. Visit Eliza at or her historical blog History Undressed:


  1. I like the idea of going back through standing stones if it were a very limited tour, and if I were appropriately clad. Then, I would want to be sure to catch the return flight.

    1. loL! I'm with you. The idea of going back to that time is a little scary and unsanitary . But if I could be an invisible observer and meet my own Jamie...thens sign me the flock up!

    2. HA! Me too! Definitely want to get back, and I wouldn't want to run into any outlaws, either!

  2. I'd like to do almost all of those! No on the Eiffel Tower (I was there... too high), no on Pompeii...(too sad...) I'm in for all the others!!!!! Until then, I'll have to go to those places and meet those people and accomplish those things thru books... :-)

    1. Ha! I'm afraid of height! I could never go up to the top...would love to have lunch under it though :) I'd fit right in. I have a strong resemblence to my French ansestors. Funny story...I was getting a peidcure of all things and the technichian asked if I spoke French...I looked french too her :)

    2. I love how books can take us places we haven't been before!