What is this world he has awoken into—where metal "monsters" roar down smooth stone paths and people parade in unfamiliar costumes? Where is the home that once stood on this pile of ancient rubble? And who is this woman who sees him when no one else can . . . and who stirs the fire in his soul?
Her research into the legend of a notorious 18th-century Highland chieftan has brought Arabella Ryan to Scotland's storm-swept Loch Fasail. And now the Black Maclean himself has invaded her dreams. The sensuous caress of her mysterious "ghost lover" is no mere fantasy, lifting Bella to heights of ecstasy she never imagined existed. But fate has a reason for bringing them together across the centuries—a perilous mission that could change history as it tests the power of their desire and their love.
About the Author
Sara L. C. Mackenzie, M.D., M.P.H., completed medical school at the University of California-Davis and residency in family medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle. She obtained a master's degree in public health from the University of Washington. Dr. Mackenzie provides direct care for students at the University of Washington student health center. In addition, she is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Public Health and teaches several undergraduate courses in large and small groups about health, wellness, and illness. As the University of Washington School of Public Health Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education, she has developed course and program curricula and led workshops on teaching and learning. In addition, she has organized conferences to enhance communication between youth and health practitioners. She is the West Coast medical consultant for Job Corps, a vocational training program for youth that incorporates basic health care, wellness, and employability. Her husband, Paul, and two daughters, Lila and Sydda, fill her life with laughter and balance. Sara enjoys horseback riding and gardening with her family.