Set in the Rugged Scottish Highlands in 1740, thirteen-year-old Sarah and her brother Ian Og set out from their Glen Rowan home on what should be a special trip to town. While their uncle Angus goes about his business selling whisky, the MacDonell children go off to explore Maryburgh. When the pair witness two soldiers from Fort William thrashing a boy not much older that themselves, they rush to his aid. Alistair Glic, a fisherman, helps them escape but he is more than he appears at first. He is, in fact, in the service of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite army. Before long, they find themselves entangled in the events that shaped Scotland’s history.
Inspired by family stories passed down through the generations, author Anne L. MacDonell weaves an unforgettable tale of romance, drama and intrigue, battles and betrayal.
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