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Darcy Greenway has no time for love. As a dedicated veterinarian her career and her patients come first. But since the death of her parents she’s been running, searching. She just doesn’t know what for.
On a much-needed vacation to Scotland she walks under a natural archway on the shore of a loch and finds herself catapulted into the sixteenth century…and right into the middle of a clan war.
Stranded in a world of danger and passion, Darcy finds herself drawn to Quinn MacFarlane, the brave Scottish warrior who swears to protect her. But Quinn has secrets of his own. Haunted by his failure to save his brother, his vow might be the very thing that keeps them apart. Because he’ll protect her from everyone – even himself.
With enemies closing in, Darcy must make a choice. Should she return home or should she risk her heart on her dream of a Highlander?
Gretchen Matthews is a woman on a mission.
Haunted by the disappearance of her friend, Gretchen is determined to discover the truth. So when a strange old woman gives her a cryptic clue to her friend’s whereabouts, Gretchen packs her bags and heads to Scotland.
But things aren’t as simple as she’d hoped. When she steps through a stone archway on a wind-swept hillside she realizes that to find her friend she must travel not only thousands of miles but hundreds of years into the past – and avert a clan war in the process.
Lost in a world of passion and peril, Gretchen is rescued by Ewan Murray, a brave Scottish warrior. He just might hold the key to everything: finding her friend, averting a war – and unlocking Gretchen’s heart.
But Ewan Murray has demons of his own. Returning to his clan after years of exile, he is eager to build a new life for himself. But with enemies all around, Ewan isn’t sure who to trust – including Gretchen. Does the dark-haired beauty hold the key to his future? Or the destruction of his clan?
And can they figure it out in time to avert a war that will destroy all they hold dear?
Lucy Jennings has given up on love.
After being betrayed by her fiancé she finds solace in music. All she dreams of is getting her break, of making a living through her music. It’s the only way she finds peace.
So when a strange old woman offers her the chance to obtain her heart’s desire she jumps at the offer. She travels to Scotland to play in an orchestral tour but stumbles through a ruined archway and finds herself thrown back in time five hundred years – and right into the path of Andrew Harris, a brooding highland laird.
This wasn’t the deal. How is Lucy supposed to find her heart’s desire in a strange time, a strange land, with a man who treats her like a child? Andrew Harris is arrogant, aloof and rude.
But she soon begins to discover that’s not all he is. As they get closer she begins to peel back his armor and see the man beneath. And she realizes that her heart’s desire might not be what she thought after all.
But Andrew Harris has demons of his own. Plagued by guilt following the death of his family, he struggles to trust anyone. Lucy Jennings might just change that. But dare he take the risk?
Can Lucy and Andrew heal each other? And will they realize what they truly desire before it’s too late?