Devil Of The Highlands

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Take a step back in time with Jeanne to 1360's Scotland, as she channels the story of Lizbeth Martin and Rolph Kinduin. Lizbeth Martins' Story Returning home after being recently widowed, Lizbeth is a broken woman. She has just been informed that her late husband has squandered away her dower lands along with his own estates, with the exception of a worthless Broch Tower situated in the Scottish Highlands. For all intents and purposes, Lizbeth has been left penniless and destitute. Feeling alone and frightened in...
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Overview

Take a step back in time with Jeanne to 1360's Scotland, as she channels the story of Lizbeth Martin and Rolph Kinduin. Lizbeth Martins' Story Returning home after being recently widowed, Lizbeth is a broken woman. She has just been informed that her late husband has squandered away her dower lands along with his own estates, with the exception of a worthless Broch Tower situated in the Scottish Highlands. For all intents and purposes, Lizbeth has been left penniless and destitute. Feeling alone and frightened in a savage time when women are used as chatel on the bargaining tables, Lizbeth vows to never again be the winning token of any mans dealings. Meet Rolph Kinduin Although born on the "wrong side" of the blanket, Rolph is a man to be reckoned with, a man of great principle and strength.He has spent many years fighting and working hard to attain the respect of his clansman. So, it's only natural that when his half brother, the Laird of his clan dies unexpectedly, the people turn to Rolph for guidance. He listens to their concerns and becomes determined to put an end to the foolish blood fueding and strife. To bring back prosperity and peace to his people, whatever the cost. Devil of The Highlands is the story of Lizbeth and Rolph, and their triumphs and their struggles, both seperate and together. From the time of their very first meeting as children until their meeting several years later in a Highland glen, it's all out war between the two of them: A war of emotions, trusts, betrayals, desires and eventually love. Please join us as they tell their story in their own words. After all, every life ever lived, is worth remembering. Jeanne
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781425978624
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 1/19/2007
  • Pages: 268
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

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