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A shamed woman, a lad with a tarnished legacy and the man who loves them both

Escaping an unspeakable past, Seonaid MacKay journeys across the width of Scotland and the breadth of her heart to give her son a fresh start. Challenged by rugged terrain, slavers and kidnapping she struggles to let go of her haunted past.

Padraig MacKay refuses to leave Seonaid and Deian to the dangers of the wilds. She belongs with the clan, her people. She belongs with him, in the one place she refuses go, the Highlands of Scotland.

©2014 Martha E. Ferris (P)2016 Martha E. Ferris

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  • 12-10-17

PART 2 of a trilogy. Emotional

Loved this as much as the first!

Different Narrator, different storyline but still as wonderful as the previous book.

I couldn't understand "Why?" after listening to the previous book; why change the narrator? Book 1 was told from a female perspective, Book 2 from a male. Both as good in the narration, so please don't let that put you off reading book 2.

This is an emotional story ( I did cry once .... ok maybe every other chapter, I was to engrossed to count! ).

I don't like spoilers, so won't give any away!
I will say that this author has a wonderful way of writing and that I feel as if she may have lived before and heard these tales as a child while sat around a great fire, listening to a Clan Chief