"a love that transends time"
It's 1602 in Scotland, Dougal MacTamhais and Katrina
MacDaniells met and fell in love. It didn't matter that
their clans were at war with each other. For years they
meet in secret. Dougal even married when he became
chieftian of his clan. Upon the death of his wife though he
went and claimed his true love, Katrina. They married in
secret and spent many years happily together. Until
Katrina's brother tricks Dougal and kidnaps his sister,
stating he is returning her to her own rightful clan;
killing Dougal before Katrina's eyes. But Dougal vows to
her that he loves her and even death will not keep him from
finding her again.
Now four hundred years later Kate Daniels and her sister
Mally get a letter stating they are part owner of an estate
in Scotland, named Kirkland Hall. The other owner is Alex
MacTavish. So Kate and Mally set out for Scotland and the
estate to see just what is going on. Unknown to Kate
though, Kirkland Hall is haunted and holds many secrets of
Alex MacTavish wants Kirkland Hall, and will do just about
anything to get it. So why can't he get Kate out of his
mind and out of the estate that is rightfully his?
Now Kate is hearing and seeing things. What could it mean?
Can she along with Alex's help, reunite two lost souls or
are their souls as well as Kate and Alex's lost forever?
Ellen Ashe transends time with Love Not Forgotten.
This story is like two stories in one. The reader gets to
enjoy Dougal and Katrina's love story as well as read how
Kate and Alex find their own place in each other's heart.
The reader also learns a bit about Scotland and the history
of the Highlands; how they were and how they are today.
Truly a wonderful book full of romance and tragic loss of
loved ones. As well as showing that true love never dies
and is never truly forgotten.
Reviewed by Stacy Link
Posted January 1, 2009