The battle of Culloden is over. They must leave the glen or starve. Those who stay will die. But would Glasgow be a safe haven?




The Twisted Laird. Pict Cave.jpgHe doubts his ability to take care of those now his responsibility. His brother’s widow doesn’t believe he is capable. The woman who chose Edan knows he is able. The lowlands of Scotland in the year 1746, is a dangerous place for refugees from the Highlands. With women and children to care for, Edan Campbell MacGrough needs to keep certain secrets buried deep or he might hang. For a lame young man it is a difficult road to walk. 

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Terri Gostola

October 26, 2015

Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
To say I love this book is putting it mildly. Very rarely does a book pull me in so completely. I found myself reading it slowly. I savored it, enjoyed it, and did not want to rush through, and yet toward the end…

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