A heartbroken Highlander, a Druid's whispered spell, the promise of a future.
A conqueror's decree couldn't separate Aillil Callaghan from his Scottish pride. He wears his clan's forbidden plaid as a badge of honor, living for the day he can restore his family name and overthrow English tyranny.
Fleeing England and persecution, violinist Malcolm Byerly accepts a post in the Highlands as tutor for the sons of Laird Callaghan. He never expects the kilt-wearing force of nature, the Laird's eldest son, Aillil, or the man's bitter hatred of all things English, including Malcolm. He doesn't expect their shared love of music to overcome the barriers between them. Or for their love to be short-lived.
Distraught and alone, Aillil grasps for a second chance at love, and vanishes into Highland legend to await the rebirth of his lover.
Concert violinist Billy Byerly's arrival at Callaghan Castle feels like coming home, and the gift of an antique violin awakens memories of another time and place. Billy doesn't believe in ghosts, but a dark-haired Highlander haunts his dreams and the antique violin releases tunes he doesn't remember learning.
But the Lost Laird knows his own.