For the betrayal of his clan had driven him to denounce love for the war--until he met the Lady Laurel. A highland witch in chain mail who had the power to inflame him with a need more urgent than any cry to battle!
And Laurel knew that Kieran Sutherland was indeed a warrior to be feared. Yet she also knew of the loneliness that scarred his soul, and that destiny had called on her to heal his wounded heart.
The heroine has visions and falls in love with a man who feels betrayed by his family, and assumes that his uncle had killed his father. The plot is well written, and the way the characters fall in love and learn to trust each other nice. There isn't alof of bickering after the first fourth of the book, so that was a nice change. One villian is the perfect bad guy, while the other was just dissapointing. The supporting characters were great to read about and made up for any other flaws in the book (tiny ones that).