Rufus MacIntosh wants his family's birthright back. He's fought wars and his own personal demons. Time to claim what is his family's. More specifically, his brother's. And so, bringing friends and allies, he takes back what is his family's. The lands are theirs again. Except now, Rufus discovers his brother has abandoned the birthright, the land, all of this. He's headed to new lands and new worlds.
Rufus should be relieved, he's no longer responsible for any of it. He can walk away from their ancestral lands. He's not sure if he wants to.
Davina MacFarland never claimed she was an angel. She certainly isn't a common thief, even though she's related to one, now that her brother took Rufus McIntosh's lands. She shouldn't have been involved. She really shouldn't. But now there's been a scuffle and she's the captive of that damned Rufus MacIntosh. But she can hold her own. Or can she?
Don’t expect too much
An anticlimactic end. What a big disappointment. All the build up to a weak pay off.