Terrified and out of breath, fifteen-year-old Isobell Macdean ran from her attackers to the top of a high cliff as fast as she could. All her life, she'd been warned not to go to the other side of the river where the women were troublesome and the men were giants, but her only option was to jump into the icy water below and pray she could stay on the right side.
Before Daniel's mother died, she told him a secret he knew his brother would never accept, so when the brothers were forced to leave the far north of Scotland, Daniel decided it was time to see if what she said was true.
About the Author
Marti Talbott is the mother of two, the grandmother of six and the great-grandmother of one living in Seattle, WA, USA. She writes about life and about falling in love, although she does not write explicit sex. She has survived a fire, a flood, a tornado, several blizzards, and a California earthquake.