At the same moment in 1375, the son of an English traitor to the crown, Sir James MacArthur, is trying to save his adopted sister from an arranged marriage to a man who beats women. In the escape, the Morrigan, the Gaelic goddess of battle, death, and resurrection, rearranges "Mac's" life.
As all his days were faithful to his knight's pledge, the Morrigan decides Mac's life is worth redeeming, and so he is resurrected, but in the dead body of the spoiled, rich, criminal son of the Pig King of Cincinnati. Maggie knows the body as the notorious Randolph "Randy" McMillan, con man, thief, possible murderer, ladies' man.
For Mac, this new body doesn't have a mass of angry burn scars in place of a groin. For the first time since the age of five, he discovers he has a "flagship" that works. And he wants to float it with Maggie.
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About the Author
For two years, Julie worked in a woman's junior college in Nagasaki, Japan teaching English as a second language. There she met her husband, an Irish national and a maritime engineer with British Petroleum. After her marriage, she lived in Ireland and she sailed on oil tankers.
She has also written a mystery based in the Cotswold, England in Edwardian times titled Flipping the Proverbial Bird.