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Iseabail is the much adored only daughter of the MacNaughton laird. Upon his death, she is forced to submit to her lecherous uncle who threatens the very fabric of their clan. With her brothers by her side, they plan their escape to get help from outside their uncle's tight sphere of control. Circumstances change and she must travel unprotected and incognito when he puts a price on her head and labels her a murderess. Unable to reveal her true identity even to the handsome mercenary who saves her not once but twice, she must fight her growing attraction or jeopardize their entire plan. With a price on her head and enemies on all sides, her trust is not something she can afford to give lightly…

Seumas MacDonell is a man wounded in body and soul, driven by guilt. Recently returned from the pilgrimage to the Holy Lands, he struggles with finding a purpose for his life. The wound that has left him impotent stands as a testimony to God's punishment for him. When he rescues Iseabail from one of his men, he cannot deny the intense attraction he feels for her. Her protection falls on him despite her apparent distrust of him. In the hope of finding redemption for his sins, he agrees to help Iseabail…but will his feelings for her prove to be the ultimate obstacle to his salvation?

December 6
Ashley York
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Macomelia ,

The Bruised Thistle

I have never written a review but I felt I must warn people not to waste their time in this book. The story lines didn’t match or connect. The characters qualities and personalities were all over the place so they did not seem like the same person from one moment to the next. Other characters would just appear then be gone and I was left wondering who they were, why were they introduced and hoping it would all tie together. But, alas, nothing tied together. It just ended with two main characters I didn’t know and a story that made absolutely o sense at all. So I would NOT recommend this book. Terrible.

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