Pam Binder is an award winning and New York Times Bestselling author. Publishers Weekly has said: "Binder gracefully weaves elements of humor, magic and romantic tensions into her novels". Drawn to Celtic legends and anything Irish or Scottish, Pam blends historical events, characters and myths into everything she writes. Pam is also a conference speaker, an instructor in the University of Washington's Popular Fiction extension program, president of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association and program director of their monthly meetings and summer conference.
Worst New Year’s resolution…ever.
Of course, Cinderella Charming, C.C. to the world, had heard of “marriages of convenience.” After all, her parents had named her and her siblings after fairytale characters, even though she resembled one of Cinderella’s cute mice friends rather than a princess. She was also an avid romance reader.
But when her boss, the insanely handsome star quarterback and playboy Michael Campbell, proposed the fake marriage plan, her rational self screamed its objections. True, she’d be given a generous bonus when the marriage was annulled, so she could open her own restaurant. True, the fake marriage would help improve Michael’s image. True, she was in Scotland, one of her favorite places of all time. But C.C.’s main objection, and this was a big one, was that she feared she’d already fallen in love with Michael, and they would be spending New Year’s Eve together…alone.
In the Scottish Highlands, and with the last lines of the movie Brigadoon fresh in her mind, Irene Redmond signs up for a tour, hoping to uncover secrets hinted at in her mother’s diary. Instead, Irene is transported back in time to the thirteenth century, along with the rest of the tour group.
Logan Mackinnon, confirmed bachelor, has put his life on hold to help his father care for his mother and honor her dying wish to tour Stirling Castle. Sparks fly when Logan and Irene meet, but their budding romance is tested when they learn the conditions needed for their return to the twenty-first century. Like Brigadoon, the castle is enchanted, and only a marriage between two people who truly love each other will break the spell— and vows must be said before midnight.
Irene expected to unravel family secrets; instead she meets a fellow tour guest whose kisses awaken long-ago dreams of happily-ever-after. But are their feelings strong enough to break the castle's enchantment?
Native American warrior and shapeshifter, Max'inux, prefers his killer whale image to his human image. When he shifts into his human image the darkness and need for revenge can take hold. With the hope of redemption, he sets out to rescue the son he never knew. But when he hears a telepathic cry for help and then a woman's warning to stay away, he knows that he must face his demons on Whale Island. The woman he loves is trapped there: the one place he'd vowed never to return. He suspects a traitor has infiltrated the Island and joined with human-only to exterminate the doublesight. In a race against time, Max'inux must rescue his son and reach the woman he loves before it is too late.
In this sequel to Warrior Rising, Warrior Unleashed is filled with the mysticism and shapeshifting legends of Native American and First Nation totem animals, the depths of love and the realization that we are stronger together than apart.
Scotland, 1328: Conjuring with all of her will. Ana de Dannon summons the greatest champion of the ages, Cuchulainn, the legendary Irish warrior. Only he could defeat Ana's evil half-brother, Roderick, and free her mother, Rhiannon, from Edinburgh Tower. In a perversely generous gesture -- as he knows no man in the land will face him -- Roderick has offered to release any prisoner whose champion can defeat him in a tournament.
But the powerful man Ana conjures is not Cuchulainn, though the word Warrior is written on his strange and colorful garment...and his face is hidden beneath a massive helmet. Ana has mistakenly called forth Kenneth MacKinnon, quarterback for the Seattle Warriors, and the greatest champion of his age -- the year 2000. But he may be the hero she needs after all, when he learns to do battle for something greater than his own glory -- the love of a fair maiden.
Native American warrior, Max'inux, is a doublesight who can shift into the image of a human or killer whale. Running from his past, Max'inux is also a solder for hire and has spent most of his life on his own. But when he is captured in his whale image and held prisoner, his world view changes. he learns a hunter and his men have arrived to kill the women he loves and sell her daughter. Max'inux has three days to help them escape.
Suspenseful, romantic, and thoughtful, Warrior Rising explores the power of forgiveness and the connection we share with killer whales
Take time for love…
When Emma and Bjorn attend a Valentine's Day Ball they are accidentally thrown back in time to the French Revolution. Surrounded by revolutionists, their only chance to find their path home is to work together.
Emma Grey owns a bakery in a cozy retail village outside the bustle of Seattle. She has recipes for Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, Candy Bar Cookies and even Vegan Chocolate Date Delights. She doesn’t, however, have a recipe for love and romance.
Björn spends half his time as a fisherman in the dangerous waters of Alaska, and the other half following his father’s advice never to marry.
Most couples need one matchmaker to help them overcome their barriers.
Emma and Björn will need three.
With the last lines in her mother’s favorite movie, Brigadoon, fresh in her mind, Irene Redmond embarks on a journey. She expects to find answers to family secrets, instead she meets a man whose kisses awaken long ago dreams of a happily ever after. But if they don’t make it back to their own time by midnight on Christmas Eve, their romance will end before it has a chance of a beginning.
Set in the Highlands of Scotland, a stranded tour group finds romance, danger and the promise of love everlasting.
Sometimes a sprinkle of magic is all it takes…
An immortal warrior has conquered death.
Now he must conquer living.
When immortal warrior Lachlan MacAlpin rescues a woman from the depths of Loch Ness, he knows she is his one true love foretold by an ancient prophecy. But imagine American Amber McPhee’s surprise when she awakens in Urquhart Castle to discover that she has fallen more than four hundred years into the past – and into a love that will shatter the barriers of time.
Pam Binder captures a passion that defies the ages in this mesmerizing new novel of love in the glorious Highlands.
Conor McCloud returns from the Crusades to discover his cousin has taken possession of Inverness, the McCloud castle. Fighting back to reclaim his family home, Conor makes a promise to a dying friend: seek out the woman who a witch said could heal the land...a woman from another time and place.
Eilan Dougan has taken leave from her Colorado river rafting business to help sell her parents' Seattle antique shop. Her uncanny ability to sense others' thoughts has always set her apart -- and when a dark Highlander appears and begs her help, she can't refuse. But fourteenth-century Scotland is no place for a woman with Eilan's powers. Now instead of Eilan saving Conor, Conor must rescue Eilan from charges of witchcraft -- and decide whether love can withstand the ultimate test of time.