Set in Scotland of 1650, GUNN tells the story of two people
who are caught up in a war, a relationship neither desires,
goals and ambitions, spiced with treachery and danger,
which, in turn, makes them slaves to their passions.
Because of his mother's lies, Gerek Gunn does not trust
women. So when he runs smack dab into a fiery little lassie
poorly disguised as a lad, he knows better than to believe
a word she says. Even if she is intriguing. Still, Gerek
has one goal, to become "The Gunn of Killearnan". And no
once will get in his way.
Catriona McFarr escapes her cruel father and brothers and
thinks she has foiled them when she runs into the biggest,
most handsome man she's ever seen. Knowing all men must be
like her family, she doesn't trust this man. Still he might
be better than returning to wed her intended, The Beast of
Battle. Anything would be better than that. Catriona fights
for her independence at every turn.
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