The Ghost Of William Feargach

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Gwenyth is starving and waiting for a miracle when a strange knight stumbles upon her. It was never William's plan to want a woman, but he soon finds himself falling helplessly in love with Gwenyth, swearing himself her protector. With marriage on his mind, he returns her to her father in the highlands. But their meeting was not as coincidental as it first seemed, and he soon discovers he is not the knight he once thought. Turmoil is brewing with Gwenyth's father-in-law leading it. It is only a matter of time before William must march his army to quell the rebellion and the unruly Lord Feargach. And while Gwenyth is now home, she is not safe from Lord Feargach who will stop at nothing to punish her. Spies are afoot, war is unavoidable, and secrets long kept unravel as William confronts his past and struggles with both his love for Gwenyth and his duty to the Crown. What is more, Gwenyth learns that courage is not just for men with swords. She cannot wait for more miracles if she is to be saved again.

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E. Elizabeth Watson is a writer and mother of four boys living in the mountains of West Virginia. She was a Second Prize quarter-finalist in the 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest for her unpublished manuscript entitled Two Brides for Ewan de Buchan, and in 2013 received an Honorable Mention for her short story entitled Freedom in the Raw from the Texas Observer Short Story Competition. She is educated with a Master's Degree in Archaeology earned abroad in the United Kingdom, and a Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology from The University of Texas at Austin. The rich history, folklore and architecture of England and Scotland inspired her to write The Ghost of William Feargach.

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