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Amidst the turmoil of the battle for the Scottish throne, bonny red-haired Meghan Innes and darkly handsome Black William meet at a Mayday celebration. They delight in the blush of newfound love until Meghan learns that Black William is actually William Bruce, cousin to the self-proclaimed king of Scotland, and enemy to her own clan. But when Meghan’s father is captured by ...more
Kindle Edition, 1 edition, 197 pages
Published June 23rd 2011
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Regan Walker
Oct 06, 2012 rated it really liked it
Excellent First Novel, A Tale of Medieval Scotland

Though the note on the author at the end says Morrison has written several novels, this is the only one I could find, so perhaps it’s her first, self-published novel. It’s a good story. It’s clear she is a storyteller who can weave a tale from old Scotland in a way that will hold your interest. She incorporates historical events and real life people that make the story more real. Early in the book, she brings the hero and heroine together as youn
Great book! Kept my teeth busy chewing my nails.
Sep 13, 2012 rated it really liked it

Entertaining Romance with a Scottish Twist

Meghan Innes was the older teenage daughter of Oengus Innes, head of a small clan in Scotland. He was a rough, severe man, having become more so after his wife and two sons died and no matter how Meghan tried, she could not live up to his demands. After her mother died, Oengus removed anything from the premises that resembled civilized living and taught his daughter to oversee raising of the crops and sheep and various tasks normally performed by a son.
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