Lady of the Glen

Lady of the Glen

A Novel of 17th-century Scotland and the Massacre of Glencoe

Book - 1996
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Star-crossed lovers Catriona Campbell and Alasdair Og MacDonald, the children of families that have been feuding for centuries, fight for their love and become unwitting pawns in a history-making war

Blackwell North Amer
Lady of the Glen tells of a time and a place like no other - when political treachery and royal intrigue ruled the day ... a time when countrymen battled for their freedom and usurpers sought crowns. At the novel's center is a love story of breathtaking scope: a man and a woman - enemies from birth - know from the moment they meet that they will lie in each other's arms someday. But their love, for centuries forbidden, comes at the most dangerous of times.
Lady of the Glen tells of Catriona Campbell's enduring love for Alasdair Og MacDonald, the second-born son of her clan's most powerful enemy, the Laird of Glencoe. It is MacDonald who alone shows the young Catriona kindness in a harsh and violent world.
As the years pass, the heart proves stronger than the sword, and they boldly pledge their love ... to handfast forever. While the Dutch King William conspires against the Scottish rebels who seek to return the exiled James Stuart to the throne, Catriona and Alasdair share a passion that joins them forever - although the lovers become pawns of war ... and of history.

Baker
& Taylor

Star-crossed lovers Catriona Campbell and Alasdair Og MacDonald, the children of families that have been feuding for centuries, fight for their love and become unwitting pawns in a history-making war.

Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Pub. Corp., 1996.
ISBN: 9781575660226
1575660229
Branch Call Number: ROB
Characteristics: 420 p. ; 24 cm.

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