Sir Lennox Brodie’s life as a powerful knight is over. Having fulfilled his oath to the king, he is comfortably settled at the manor house built on his family’s ancestral lands. He and Maggie are raising five-year-old Kendric, and his dream of raising Friesian horses is coming true. Lennox’s desire for a life of peace and tranquility has finally come to pass. So he thinks …
The demons of his past have come calling, threatening his idyllic life as he is cast onto the path of a dark and perilous journey. Where will it take him? If he survives the pain and suffering he is forced to endure, will he recognize the man who emerges at its end?
Anne K. Hawkinson
Paul V. Hunter
"Lennox's illness is a clever opportunity for the story to turn in a more action-oriented direction, and to sneak in some drama into what might have otherwise been a quiet family story." –Book Pipeline
"The descriptions are extraordinary. Great descriptions are given of each character and scene." –Royal Palm Literary Award Judge
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Scotland's Knight: The Journey