A sweet love story.
The lovely daughter of the Laird of Donnach is forced to make a decision that costs her everything she holds dear. Little does she know how this decision will impact her family for centuries.
In early twentieth-century Paris, an innocent young woman discovers that everything she thought she knew about her past was false.
The truth of her family's past and the greed and hatred that has spanned two-hundred years now costs her dearly and threatens her very existence.
The cruel murder of her uncle brings forth the truth. She escapes to Edinburgh where she meets the man whose face has haunted her dreams since her uncle's funeral. Who is he and why has he resurfaced now in Edinburgh?
Will he save her life or is he death in a very attractive package?
Ms. Blair has done extensive travel throughout the United States. With a family history of pilgrims, Scottish immigrants and western pioneers, she has a love of the past, which along with her travel favorites, she gladly shares in many of her novels.
The death of the Laird of Donnach created a problem for the new Laird that was even more difficult to take than the death itself.
An interloper was trying to stake claim to the estate.
Over his dead body!
The Laird was dead—long live the Laird, he
snarled to himself as he took the three fingers of Scotch whiskey
in one deep gulp. Oh, how he resented that the only way for him to
become Laird was through his father’s death. He’d give up anything,
hell everything, to have him back. His emotions were raw,
his heart bruised, his very soul ached with the pain of loss. He
could not imagine a more poignant loss than that of his father,
unless it had been his mother. The thought sent a shiver down his
long, muscular back.