By M MacKinnon
Fiona stood, frozen in shock. The man she had been embracing with everything in her soul wasn’t her boyfriend Greg…she knew him. She had seen him just last night, in her dream. He was the man she had loved for three hundred years.
Fiona MacLean has left everything—and everyone—behind to visit Scotland in search of her roots. What she finds there is a mystery reaching back nearly three hundred years, a love that transcends time, and an evil that refuses to die. How can she keep history from repeating itself and save the man she has loved for centuries?
This discussion guide was shared and sponsored in partnership with Dartfrog Books.
Use these discussion questions to guide your next book club meeting.
The novel begins in 1746. What clues or historical allusions in the prologue made you want to find out what happened to this man, and why? What connotations did you pick up on that persisted throughout the rest of the book?
What did you like best about each of the four main characters? Which character(s) resonated with you the most, and why?
When Iain made the choice to lie to Eilidh, did you understand or even agree with his reasoning? Did you think that he could have made a different choice? What other options did you consider on his behalf, and why?