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“This author brought Scotland to life. I normally do...”

Written on: 14/04/2008 by gracepub (5 reviews written)

This author brought Scotland to life. I normally do not like description, but Katherine made it part of the story and actually made me feel like I was in Scotland 1550… Read Full Review

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“This author brings Scotland to life. I usually hate...”

Written on: 14/04/2008 by gracepub (5 reviews written)

This author brings Scotland to life. I usually hate narration and description, but Katherine made it part of the story… Read Full Review

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“Laird McKenna earned his status by the sword and spent...”

Written on: 04/02/2008 by anitadavison (5 reviews written)

Laird McKenna earned his status by the sword and spent his life on the Scottish border, defending his people from and attacking the English. Earning the sobriquet' The Wolf', he is a fearsome man, both physically and in his nature, although his soul is tortured by an unhappy past and the loss of a beloved wife. His origins are only partially known and the man who knows the name of his father has sworn an oath of silence.

Lord Winston is among McKenna's enemies, but when raiders attack Winston's… Read Full Review

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