The book is set in the mid-1700's, a year after the Battle of Culloden. If you want to meet larger than life characters that epitomise the passions of the Scots, you'll find it in this book. The storyline is good, with a few twists & turns to make it REALLY good.
The characters are wonderful; interesting but flawed. And the ending was sooo satisfying!
Do try it; you'll enjoy it!
Good read about Scotland in 1747! Lots of history in this book!
Absolutely could not put this book down. If you are a Culloden war fan, this is the book to read! Great plot, wonderful author
Heat of the Knight by Jackie Ivie
Lisle MacHugh is out on the moor trying to find auld Angus MacHugh, he's out wandering the the with two items the English have forbidden(pistol and bag pipes). The English are out to kill him, when they find Lisle, highland lasses are not safe with the English. The Black Monteith interrupts and spirits the lass away.
The wealthy Langston Leed Monteith, aka the Black Monteith, a powerful Scottish Laird has a very bad reputation, and does deserve some of it. He is working to free Scotland from the oppression visited on it by William the Butcher, and Captain Barton and his so called Highland Rangers