A good Ladd book. I enjoyed and kept this book to reread. She is not a prolific writer and when I come across one of her books,even the older ones, I am always pleased to get to read her again.
A child of one clan, left an orphan when her parents are murdered, is taken under the protection of the powerful laird of the Campbells and raised in a convent isolated from all outside contact. Her benefactor has betrothed her to an English lord when she comes of age, but before that marriage can happen, she is kidnapped by another clan's leader who has already wed her by proxy. Despite all her efforts to escape, she is forced to travel to the Island of Skye where she must confront the destruction of all she believed to be true about herself and her family. Complicating this conflict is the charge of "witch" she bears because of her unusually colored eye and her mysterious healing skills. The heroine's innocence is balanced by her bravery; the hero is surprisingly gentle and determined to win her trust and then her love. This book will satisfy any lover of Scottish romances.
A scottish historical that should be on everyone's must read list. Loved the two main characters and wished it would never have ended.