Sir Lennox Brodie has willingly relegated his life as a powerful knight to the darkest recesses of his past. In turn, he has wholeheartedly embraced the comfortable, peaceful rhythm of life’s seasons at Brodie Manor with his wife Maggie, son Kendric, and the wee bairn they thought would never be.
When a messenger from Castle Wrought unexpectedly arrives, their tranquil life is thrown into chaos. War has erupted in Ireland, the king has responded to the call for aid, and he orders Lennox back into service. As old feelings resurface, Lennox wrestles with the life he left behind and the one he has come to love. Then fate, a silent and unwelcome visitor, steps in.
Anne K. Hawkinson
Paul V. Hunter
"The Hand of Fate is a delightful story of hope and heartache, and of the rich world of Brodie Manor and its Scottish people, that readers will love getting lost in." –Writer's Digest
"The conflict between the desire for sustaining family unity on one hand and the opposing pull of the knight's duty and loyalty to his king on the other creates a tension that sustains the reader's interest throughout the journey." –Royal Palm Literary Award Judge
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Scotland's Knight: The Hand of Fate