When Grace's job sends her to Scotland with her young son in tow, she meets the mysterious Eoghanan McMillan. She falls for him quickly but, after a spell sends them back in time to the 17th century, Grace is forced to accept the truth about him. Will their love for one another be enough to make her stay in a time so different from her own? Or will she sacrifice a future with the man she loves to give her son a life of normalcy? In the end, the decision may not be hers to make.
For Jeffrey, life in the 17th century isn't the thrilling change of pace he'd hoped. With women so different from himself, his chance of finding a woman is small. If only Morna could work her magic for him like she has done for others. Kathleen's life is changing. With enough money now saved to fulfill her dream of restoring the castle she inherited, her job as housemaid is ending. All she wants now is to get to Scotland. Little does she know that a move isn't the only change life has in store.
Jane has many dreams, but living in the 17th century isn't one of them. Castle life doesn't suit her, so she takes work at the village inn to fill her time. One frigid evening, she takes in the most infuriating man, never suspecting that he could be the one her soul hungers for. Adwen doesn't want to be laird. He wants to spend his days as a penniless wanderer not take on the responsibilities handed to him by his father. On his last night of freedom, he stops at the inn and meets the only lass to ever deny his advances, bewitching him in an instant. He realizes responsibility might not be a life spent in chains if he has a fiery lass like Jane by his side.
Gillian dreams of the same man every night, but when she starts to hear his voice in the winds around Cagair Castle, she can't help but wonder if he's more than a figment of her imagination.
©2015 Bethany Claire (P)2016 Bethany Claire
Loved the stories and characters. There were refreshing surprises. Lily also does a great job with voices. My only complaint is that one chapter is repeated and I got a sense that in its place, I missed what was supposed to be there. Hopefully an easy fix for audible.
I loved this story! I'm a Jude Devereux fan and ran out of her audio books then I found this... Bethany Claire I LOVE YOUR STORIES! I'm hooked
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