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A clan war stands between them. Can fate bring them together?
After each life cycle, Catherine returns to the heavens for a new assignment. This time, she'll be born in the Highlands of Scotland, and she's thrilled to learn she'll meet her soulmate. Circumstances will try to wrest them apart, but they must stand strong if they're to live a happy life. There's one drawback: Catherine won't remember anything once she's born...
Catherine is married to Henry Merrill, an abusive Englishman who resents her for her failure to bear him sons. Their one daughter means nothing to him, and though the bairn is sickly, he refuses to send for a healer. Desperate, Catherine ventures into the Highlands alone—intent on saving her only daughter—only to find herself in a life-threatening situation mere hours after she leaves the castle.
Revenge consumes Graeme MacGregor's every thought. Henry Merrill attacked his castle and slayed his parents and brother in front of him, and he's intent on paying the man back in kind. Finally, after years of training, he and his warriors are ready to mount their attack. But when he rides to Merrill land to conduct a final scouting mission, Graeme instead finds—and rescues—a beautiful lass facing sure death. The brave and feisty beauty reminds him that there's a life beyond revenge, but everything changes when he finds out she is Merrill's wife.
First in a new series, this is a stand-alone novel with no cliffhangers