Read THE GATHERING first, to avoid spoilers. MACBETH is the tenth book in the series.
Macbeth, along with the rest of Culloden’s 79 Highlander ghosts, is being forced to move on to the next life. But with a small, angry army waiting for him inside the gates of the Hereafter, he’s got more reason than most to remain a ghost. After 269 years, however, he’s decided it’s time to let them have at him and be done, so he can know true peace. However, if he can’t resist the distraction of a tempestuous American lass, he’ll miss his last chance to prove his worth. And his good name is all he can take with him into the next fight.
As if Catherine didn’t have enough to worry about in her life, she’s attracted the attention of a hot-but-crazy guy who thinks he’s The Highlander. Lucky for her, she is allergic to all thing Scottish, so it will be easy for her to keep her distance. Unfortunately, he thinks the best thing to do with his weekend is to barge into her life and endanger her grandpa’s delicate state of mind.
The Scot wants an ugly fight, but she’s pretty sure she can kill him with kindness.