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Ancient Echoes

By Barbara Monahan
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  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Isbn : 1463474342
  • Pages : 358
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 604
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Samantha McKinley suddenly inherits a fortune from an unknown benefactor. She recieves a mysterious letter telling her that she alone must come to Scotland to rennovate a castle which is now in ruins. After traveling to the Highlands, Sam learns there are many rumors about Rosestone Castle, all involving the paranormal. She becomes caught up in a timeless love affair with an immortal warrior, finds herself the object of a 500 yr. old curse, and travels back in time to the 1600's, to finally face the dark one who has cursed her and her castle. In doing so, Samantha discovers her prior life and involvement with the proud Clan who lived there during that time.

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