Author: J.R. Tomlin
Genre: Historical Fiction
Scotland, 1306. After a catastrophic defeat for the Scots at the Battle of Methven, Robert the Bruce has fled, and young Thomas Randolph is taken prisoner. By order of the English King, he and his fellow captives face execution. While others go to be put to death, Thomas is spared thanks to the intervention of two nobles. After months of imprisonment, he learns the price for his life. He must swear fealty to the English.
Now, with Scottish hero King Robert the Bruce back to fight for his kingdom, Thomas’s heart is torn: as a loyal Scot he yearns to fight with his people, but as an honorable man, he is bound by his solemn vow. His fate, and that of his country, hinges on an impossible choice.
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About the Author:
J.R. Tomlin has close ties with Scotland since her father was a native Scot, and she spent substantial time in Edinburgh whilst growing up. Her historical novels are set in Scotland. You can trace her love of that nation to the stories her grandmother read her when she was small and to her hillwalking through the Cairngorms where the granite hills have a gorgeous red glow under the setting sun.
In addition to spending time in Scotland, she has traveled in the US, Europe and the Pacific Rim. She now lives in Oregon.
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