Author: Brenda Taylor
Publisher: Bethabara Press
Genre: Scottish Historical Romance
A sweet romance blossoms amidst feuding and war. With her reputation at stake after being accused of practicing witchcraft and hated as a member of a rival clan, Maidie considers leaving Clan Munro and returning to the home of her birth in Clan Cameron. Fierce battles, a tragic encounter, and a handsome clan chief compel her to make crucial decisions in this haunting romance set in the16th century Highlands of Scotland.
Maidie is summoned to Fàrdach Castle of Easter Ross-shire to assist in caring for the wounded of Clan Munro after a battle with Clans MacKenzie and Cameron. She dreads the task since her husband, Kenneth Munro, was killed in an earlier battle. Maidie is a healer, taught by her mother, with the skills and knowledge needed to tend the wounds of Chief Andrew Dubh Munro who is seriously wounded.
People in the castle and those in the village of Drumainn turn against Maidie. Angus, the castle physician, resents her for taking his job in caring for the chief. She is hated by some, because she is a member of the enemy Clan Cameron and came to live in Ferindonald, the Munro lands, with her husband.
Maidie considers returning to the land of her birth in Clan Cameron with her young son, Sven, but falls in love with Andrew while caring for his wounds. Although her neighbors now call her a witch, she wishes to stay in Drumainn because of her love for the chief.
Against an effort to guard his hardened heart from another hurtful encounter with a woman, Andrew falls in love with the tender, caring healer, Maidie. He wants her to stay in Drumainn, but his enemies, the Camerons and MacKenzies, have other plans.
This book was nothing like what I expected. I really thought it was going to be some cheap, sleazy romance novel that was over the top. Boy was I wrong!This book was romantic in a sweat, steamy kinda way that wanted more of. Full of mystery and suspense that had you eagerly turning the pages not wanting to miss a thing or put the book down till the end.
I loved the chaos and feuding clans that made war inevitable and romance as well. The characters were strong alpha types, but relatable. They drew you in to the story and left you either loving them or hating them-sometimes both. Overall this is a easy book to recommend that lovers of mystery and romance will both enjoy.
About the Author
The desire to write historical fiction has long been a passion with Brenda B. Taylor. Since elementary school, she has written stories in her spare time. Brenda earned
Brenda and her husband make their home in beautiful East
Her latest book is the historical romance, A Highland Pearl.
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