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The Inscription by NYT Bestseller @PamBinder183 is a Fall Into Bookathon pick #timetravel #romance

Title: The Inscription

Author: Pam Binder

Genre: Historical Romance/Time Travel Romance

Book Blurb:

Time is an illusion and love the only reality.

On her way to a reenactment of a medieval festival in Scotland, Amber McPhee loses control of her car. She plunges into the waters of Loch Ness and back through centuries to the arms of a handsome Highlander.

The immortal warrior Lachlan MacAlpin rescues a mysterious woman from Loch Ness, believing she is the one who haunts his dreams, the one foretold to release him from the bloodlust that threatens to consume him. He takes her under his protection, but falling in love with her is not part of his plan, since the prophecy predicts she will leave him as suddenly as she appeared.

Their eternal bond shatters the barriers of time, but how can they triumph over a deadly foe bent on destroying their love and everything Lachlan holds dear?


The water in the tub was inviting. She pulled the linen gown off, threw it over the chair, and climbed in. She leaned back and closed her eyes. It wasn’t as hot as she liked, but still it soothed her aching muscles. Water sloshed against the sides of the tub, and the wood crackled in the fireplace. Amber wished she could remember how she got here, but there were only pieces to the puzzle, not a complete picture. She’d been thrown from her car when it hit the water and was caught in a fast-moving current. And she remembered his eyes. She looked into the flames. Maybe she should stay for a couple more days. It would certainly please her aunt. The woman was always playing matchmaker. Amber’s thoughts did a fast-forward, and she reviewed the goals she’d set for herself. She didn’t have time for any type of relationship. It was all she could handle just keeping up with teaching and studying to get her administration credentials. Her head began to throb again. A breeze rippled across the bath water. Amber shuddered and sat up. She was alive. That was all the sense she needed to make of this situation. Reaching for the soap, she began rubbing it between her hands until there were thick foamy bubbles between her fingers. The scent of lavender drifted through the air. She breathed in the rich fragrance deeply before washing her hair. She closed her eyes and sank back into the warm water. Just a few more minutes and she’d get dressed and find a phone; then her life would be back to normal.

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What’s your favorite thing about the Fall season:

Everything! The autumn colors of pumpkin orange and firelight red. I love the cooler Fall days, and crisp nights that make you want to cuddle by a fire with a good book, or someone you love.

What inspired you to write this story:

When my husband and I traveled to Scotland, we fell in love with the legends of the Loch Nest Monster, Nessie, and the courageous Highlanders. One of the legends claimed that these highlands were immortal, and of course that’s when I started wanting to write a story that incorporated both Nessie and the immortal Highlanders. Then I heard a lecture from Dr. Stephen Hawking on the possibilities of time travel. I wrote to Dr. Hawking and received permission to use his theory in The Inscription.


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Open internationally.

Runs September 1 – 30.

Drawing will be held on October 1.

Author Biography:

Pam Binder is a New York Times and USA Today Bestseller, conference speaker and President of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association. Pam writes historical fiction set in Ireland, England and Scotland, time travel, contemporary fiction, and middle grade. And because she met Professor Dr. Stephen Hawking, had imaginary friends, and an out of body experience when she was eight, Pam also writes fantasy and science fiction.

Social Media Links:

Twitter: PamBinder183

Facebook: pam.binder.5

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Sep 08, 2020

I really like this Scottish setting...Scots are hot!


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Sep 07, 2020

Thank you, Pam, for sharing your book in our Fall Into These Great Reads Bookathon!

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