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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    In 1381 Scotland, the extended Macleod kin think highly of youngest sister Sidony, whose calm courage is admired by everyone. However, she loses her serenity when demanding knight Captain Sir Giffard Maclennan arrives giving out orders and expecting everyone especially a woman to obey. Instead, out of character for her, she passionately explodes at him while he, also out of character, finds himself relaxed except for his desire for her. --- They team up once they learn more about the other¿s quest Giff seeks lost Templar treasure while Sidony searches for the Scottish king's Stone of Scone. Danger mounts as an unknown adversary wants one of them, though neither knows which one, to fail. As they fall in love, Giff knows he must not let his feelings interfere with his top secret templar mission that can only succeed if her family helps him. --- The latest Macleod historical romance is a terrific tale starring two interesting lead characters who fight, fuss and fall in love. The story line is fast-paced and returns stars from previous Macleod thrillers (see PRINCE OF DANGER and LORD OF THE ISLES). Rich in history and romance, fans will enjoy the search for the Templar treasure and The Stone of Scone. --- Harriet Klausner

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