Iain's Plaid

Iain's Plaid

by Skye Taylor
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Iain's Plaid by Skye Taylor

Was she sent back in time to change Iain's fate . . . or share it?

Caught between a job offer she should take and a marriage proposal she doesn't want, Dani Amico is dying for some adventure. So she takes off to visit some of the places on her bucket list. The first - an abandoned island she read about while researching her American History thesis. While there, she tumbles into an abandoned cellar hole . . . and wakes up more than two centuries in the past.

It's 1775 and Iain MacKail's ship is loaded with contraband he is smuggling into Boston. This unknown Dani, the "boy" he found in his cellar, could be a spy for the British customs agents, so Iain is forced to take the boy with him to insure that he and his mission are not compromised. Only he soon finds out that this "boy" is so much more.

As they travel through pre-revolutionary New England, Dani realizes she's falling for the rugged Scotsman. But she can't forget something she came across in her studies--the fate of Iain MacKail. He would be betrayed by someone close to him and suddenly disappear from history. Could this be the reason Dani fell through time--to save Iain? Could they live and love together in this war-torn time?

Then again, if she tries--and fails--to change his fate . . . will she end up sharing it?

Skye Taylor lives in Florida where she divides her time between writing novels, walking the beach with her dog, MacDuff, volunteering at the JAX USO, and trying to keep her to-be-read pile from taking over the house. She considers life an adventure and in a world of people who ask "why," she has decided to ask, "why not?" She spent two years in the South Pacific with the Peace Corps (2002-2004). She started jumping out of perfectly good airplanes in her fifties and earned a basic sky diving license. She loves to travel and has visited twenty-seven states, fourteen countries on four continents, and the South Pacific. Her bucket list includes at least that many more places to see. Having been born and lived most of her life in New England where her children grew up, she is now a transplanted Yankee soaking up the sun, warmth, and history of St. Augustine, Florida. She's a mom and grandmother with five grown children and fifteen grandchildren. She's a member of the Women's Fiction Writers Association, Romance Writers of America, Ancient City Romance Authors, and Florida Writers Association. Check out her website at: www.skye-writer.com

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157285548
Publisher: Bell Bridge Books
Publication date: 05/18/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 392,449
File size: 3 MB

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Iain's Plaid 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
JennyStAug 7 months ago
Skye Tailor has created new characters to fall in love with. This time travel story holds romance and action, woven around a well-researched history of the American Revolution. The New England setting and sailing adventures are brought to life by a great story line. Bravo!
Sheridanna 9 months ago
I've read several books by this author and so far Ian's Plaid is my favorite. The plot is exciting and unusual. (I don't want to give it away, so will leave you to discover more.). A strong and complex romance exists between the heroine and the hero. The history interwoven gently into the narrative adds interest. The romance between the main characters, and all they must overcome to be together, makes this book one that you will not put down. Great summer read!
Sheridanna 9 months ago
I've read several books by this author and so far Ian's Plaid is my favorite. The plot is exciting and unusual. (I don't want to give it away, so will leave you to discover more.). A strong and complex romance exists between the heroine and the hero. The history interwoven gently into the narrative adds interest. The romance between the main characters, and all they must overcome to be together, makes this book one that you will not put down. Great summer read!