He 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.
Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2015
The use of dialect was very well done. The character development was exceptional and the author lead me down quite a path as I watched Rhona change from a young person I disliked to a mature woman I admired. My favorite character was the twisted laird himself, Edan. He was a brave and honest man of honor, who did whatever he had to do to take care of his tightly knit little clan. His goals and struggles were fascinating to me.
I’m trying to not give away spoilers. I was so excited to finish the book and realize there are more books in the series! You can bet I’ll be reading more from this author!