23 Jul 2021
A Nighean Ruadh (ah nee-yehn roo-ahd) - red-haired lass
Captain Catrìona Fowlis is actively fighting in the Second Scottish Rebellion in the year 2138 when she finds herself in the year 1743. Now finding herself among the roots of the revolution that she knows, she must choose whether she wishes to return back to her own time, and the fiancé she left behind, or stay and, perhaps, make a change that could save the lives of not only the Scots of the 18th century, but the Scots of her own time as well. But what happens when she meets the man who makes her consider giving up everything she knew?
*Features lots of Gaelic that is translated throughout the story a well as in the notes at the beginning of each chapter.
**Check out the cover in chapter 1! I just figured out how to add images and I'm very excited!
- Part 1 of Eileanach
Laochaire (loo-kah-her) - Warrior
Forced to flee to France, Jamie and Catrìona Fraser have hatched a plan to stop Bonnie Prince Charlie from invading Scotland in 1745, all while trying to navigate new parenthood and keep from appearing as traitors to either side, as they both know they are. When the future proves to be inevitable, Jamie and Catrìona are forced to play their parts, which ultimately ends in tragedy.
**Sequel to 'A Nighean Ruadh'**
- Part 2 of Eileanach
Lochlainneach (lohk-lay-nyehk) - Viking
In the aftermath of Culloden, Catrìona and Jamie do their best to recover, each thinking the other lost, until they are reunited once more. But both are wanted for their actions at Culloden, so Catrìona's grandfather, Eairdsidh Ruadh Fowlis, Laird of Cìosamul, agrees to take them both under his wing. For a time, things are almost normal, until a figment of Catrìona's past begins to call out to her, and it involves a mythical island known as Hy-Brasil, and a further exploration into her mysterious ancestry that leads her to ask one specific question: Who exactly was her maternal grandmother?
- Part 3 of Eileanach