All I can say is Lady Anne Farquharson Moy was one damned lucky lady to get her pick between Laird Angus Moy, The MacKintosh of Clan MacKintosh and Chief of Clan Chattan, and Laird John Alexander MacGillivray. Talk about dark and brooding versus blond Adonis.
I fell in love and heart-broken all in one swoop over their story. Having usually don't like tear-jerking story (I consider this trilogy as such) I was actually all to skip this book after perusing the summary. But there's no way I didn't finish the entire telling of the Jacobite Scotland; not after I've read the first two books.
Closing it, the niggling thought that stays in mind was in war there's no clear definition what determined one a traitor
, it depends on from which point one consider things. Like how this book ended; it may be considered happy-ending (or NOT) depending on your (hero) preference.
Thumbs up to Marsha Canham for this trilogy. ;-)