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Running away from her catastrophic life, historical journalist Eva MacKay joins an archaeological dig at the battleground of Loudoun Hill. Unearthing the seal of William Wallace, Eva gains notoriety. But her dreams of Bowie knives, the weapon that murdered her husband, morph into great swords and dirks. Drawn to a ruined monastery, Eva drifts into the worst nightmare of all. Awaking to the sharp point of a madman's sword, she is hurled into the midst of a bloody 13th-century battle. Just when certain death is eminent, brutal arms surround the lass, dragging her deeper into unknown terror. When Eva realizes she's been hauled to the hideout of rebel William Wallace, a revelation dawns - she has landed the story of a lifetime - if she can stay alive and find a way home to tell her tale. What she doesn't count on is her mounting chemistry with the greatest legend Scotland has ever known...or the absolute love swelling in her heart.
©2016 Amy Jarecki (P)2016 Amy Jarecki
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By seelk on 05-07-16


If you love Highlander historical stories, this one is for you.
Loved the story, time travel, romance, danger, suspense... Picked my curiosity to find out more about William Wallace.
Mr. Gillies outdid himself, I loved his voice before, but after listening to this one, just wow. His various voices throughout the book, never had to think who is speaking. Loved the voice he gave William *sigh* and the singing, you have to hear him singing.
I am definitely getting the next one today.

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By Charlene on 04-28-16

True to history and well-developed…

This is a wonderful book, as indicated, true to history and wonderfully developed. The characters are very human but yet the history is very honest. It was a bit of a slow start, but after the third or fourth chapter the characters became more real more developed more intriguing… I would recommend this book to absolutely anyone who enjoys his store cool fiction. I look forward to the sequel… fiction

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By Ms G A Sinclair on 02-14-18

I enjoyed every minute of it! Saor Alba.

An excellent heartwarming story bringing to life the man who was William Wallace. amusing in places and excellent narration. Well done author and narrator for brightening up a dull February near the places he lived and fought for Scotland's freedom.

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By DebraP on 12-04-17

historical excellence

new author .. excellent story.. i loved the whole telling.. charactors relate and they seem so real..
A wonderful love story that iwill revist over and over.
i really enjoyed the scotish accent. .

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