Master of the Highlands by Veronica Wolff
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A modern woman finds true love across the ocean-and across time.

A fabulous debut for fans of Diana Gabaldon and Karen Marie Moning

Lily Hamlin is making a pilgrimage to Scotland with hopes for some direction in her life. There she discovers an overgrown maze and a strange stone map-and lands back in time, in the Lochaber of 1654.

Ewen, Chief of the Clan Cameron, must save his people from the brutal redcoats. But then he meets a saucy lass with a peculiar accent, no regard for his title-and an arousing body. Drawn to each other despite their differences, they both realize that they don't want her to go back to her own time. But with battles brewing, staying is a gamble.


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Veronica Wolff lives in California with her family. Author website:
Published February 5, 2008 by Berkley. 304 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Ewen Cameron is a lesser known historical figure, but she took what we know about him and wove this tale.

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