It has been fifteen years since Marjory Macpherson’s parents' brutal murder at the hands of the Cameron clan. Now Ewen, the enemy son she'd been forced to marry, had risen from the dead. A living, breathing man, that wore her husband’s face and kilt, yet claimed to be from the future. Despite her misgivings, Marjory can not help but feel a stirring of hope and with it the promise of true love.
Trapped in a loveless marriage, Marjory Macpherson rejoices at the news of her husband’s death, only to find that he is, in fact, very much alive. Marjory has spent her life hating the Camerons, waiting for the day that she can avenge her father. Now suddenly, she finds herself inexplicably drawn to a man who is the enemy.
Cameron Even awakes on the side of a Scottish mountain trapped in another man’s body. Despite evidence supporting his fifteenth century existence, Cameron is faced with the fact that the few memories he does have clearly depict a different kind of life, one that will not exist for another five hundred years…
“Put the soundtrack to Brigadoon on and enjoy the ride. Ms. Davis has delicately crafted a beautiful story that will leave you wanting more.” — Huntress Book Reviews