James MacLeod was the most respected--and feared--laird in all of Scotland. He loved his men like brothers and his land with a passion. And he allowed no women to cross the threshold of his keep.
New York City, 1996. With an indifferent fiance and a stalled writing career, Elizabeth Smith found passion and adventure only in the unpublished novels she wrote. Until a Scottish hero began calling to her . . .
Elizabeth longed for the man of her dreams. She knew she was overworked when she began hearing his voice when she was awake! To clear her mind, she took a walk in the park, dozed off on a bench and woke up in fourteenth-century Scotland on the land of James MacLeod, an arrogant and handsome lord with a very familiar voice. Elizabeth would turn his ordered world upside-down and go where no woman had ever gone before: straight into his heart . .