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Summary

When Sir Arthur Campbell leads an attack claiming Dunstaffnage Castle for Robert the Bruce, he is rewarded with both the keep and surrounding lands. As he assumes the lairdship, he finds a saboteur within his ranks. He sets a trap to ensnare the culprit, only to discover the rebel is none other than Rhona MacDougall - the only woman he has ever loved.

After her clan is devastated by war, Rhona refuses to bend to Arthur’s whims. Aye, he once stole her heart, but that was before he fought against her kin. When in his presence, she plays the demure lady, though behind the scenes, she’s doing everything in her power to subvert his authority. And she thinks she has him fooled...until the hardened warrior beats the lass at her own game.

Prepared to meet his condemnation, Rhona bravely stands before this man whom she has deemed a beast. But Arthur confronts her with a proposition she never dreamed possible - if she proves that she can change. If not, the desire long ago burned onto their souls just might hold them both captive for eternity.

©2021 Amy Jarecki (P)2021 Amy Jarecki

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a really good story and the characters were never dull kept me entertained until the end

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  • 30-10-21

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absolutely phenomenal book! well written an absolutely phenomenally narrated I could not have asked for a better narrator who brought the characters to life with unique traits that I could perceive in his voice and tone how rich of a tone this narrator is. and the story oh my gosh I could not have asked for a better story well done Amy jarecki!!!

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  • 21-07-21

A very weak HEA plot

A whining heroine who is extremely hard to like. The heroine is saddled with a grandma that one wonders how she has survived given her caustic attitude very at odds with the kindly wise healer woman of the clan persona . Just an annoying story all round save your credit. The hero is solid and well research the heroine just doesn't work in this story and being true to her clan shouldn't mean politically stupid and mean. The relationship is a one way street in this HEA not a person one could ever trust. More frustration than than entertainment.

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  • Patricia S.
  • 14-07-21

Amy Jarecki, I love this story !

Sir Arthur Campbell, was a Knight for
Robert the Bruce. Sir Arthur claimed
Castle Dunstaffnage, he is fought by
the Clans healer, Rhona. Rhona
and Sir Arthur were in love as teenagers.
Get ready for a love story torn apart
by war, a missive never received, and an
arranged marriage. Rhona is now a widow.
Amy, I loved the History you shared in the
Authors notes, it brings the story to life.
Dave Gillies, great narration!