326 pages. e-Book.
In Medieval Scotland, if she dresses, talks, and curses like a witch…
Archaeologist Dr. Samantha Ryan has figured out where The Scottish Crown is hidden—an artifact that went missing over 750 years ago. Now she just needs to beat her lying, cheating competitor to the Highlands and find it first. When a struggle ensues, they travel back in time to medieval Scotland where, unfortunately, the villagers think she’s a witch, tie her up, and start gathering wood for a bonfire. Thinking to play on their superstitions so she can save herself, she curses them all. Not her best idea yet.
…it’s time to gather firewood!
Laird Ian MacGregor is a dead man walking. It’s only a matter of time before one of the many attempts on his life will succeed. When he is informed the villagers are burning another witch, he is enraged and determined to save the hapless woman. Unfortunately the foolish female doesn’t know when to keep her mouth shut. Ian rescues her anyway, ensuring any headway he’d made toward earning the villagers’ trust is shattered. Locking her up only makes his people fear the witch in possession of his tower—a witch determined to steal the crown entrusted to him. While trying to find a murderer, keep King Alexander’s crown safe, and control the unruly woman who may indeed be gifted with foresight, he finds himself wondering—now that he’s caught her, how does he keep her?
Past and present are about to ignite. When modern meets medieval, can there be a happily ever after?