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It’s 1619 in Scotland. A child born of mysterious parentage is given to fisher folk to raise as their son. Dughall grows up in a family bound by honor, becomes a healer, and displays psychic abilities. His life is torn apart when he’s claimed by his real father, a cruel and powerful lord who tries to mold him in his image. Dughall must define himself, in the midst of a struggle between a Duke, an Earl, and the family who wants him back. All the while, he's determined to marry the lass he left behind, a woodland priestess with eyes as green as a peacock's feather.
About the Author
Jeanne Treat was born and raised in New York, near the shores of the mighty Niagara. The great-granddaughter of a Native American medicine woman, she also has ancestry from Scotland, England, and France. To research her books, she traveled to Scotland to visit castles, seaports, and stone circles, and talk to historians. To make it authentic, she investigated ancient earth-based spiritual traditions and healing arts.