While on a college-sponsored field trip to experience a real archaeology dig, Missouri University student Quinn Cameron is separated from the rest of her class by a heavy fog. A fog that transports her back in time, to 1592. Something that even her 3.8 GPA and sarcastic wit won’t be enough to help her survive.
Now she’s in a primitive world she has only studied in books. History, she learns, is a far cry from the comfort and security of her former life. And her only safe harbor from politics and violence is Duncan MacGregor, a valiant, brooding, and mysterious Scottish warrior.
Soon, even that security is threatened when she finds herself connected to the dark, mysterious Fae who claims she has a fate to fulfill. He’s the only one with information on how she arrived here…but can she trust him to tell her the truth about how to get back?
If you’ve ever wanted to combine the historical beauty of Outlander with the gritty fantasy of Dark Fever, you’re going to be amazed by Miranda Martin’s “Mists of the Highlands”.