Bitter Shield

Kanata, Bitter Shield, Thundergate, Wildfires Victoria tell the story of Canada s settlement from sea to sea through the lives of two Scot s families who leave Scotland after the Battle of Culloden Janet Cameron MacLean, believing the man she loves to be dead, wants a new start in a new country Mathew Macleod searches for Janet and being unable to find her, assumes she tKanata, Bitter Shield, Thundergate, Wildfires Victoria tell the story of Canada s settlement from sea to sea through the lives of two Scot s families who leave Scotland after the Battle of Culloden Janet Cameron MacLean, believing the man she loves to be dead, wants a new start in a new country Mathew Macleod searches for Janet and being unable to find her, assumes she too is lost A few years later they are reunited in Quebec and the saga of the MacLeans and the Macleods begins Each volume is a story in itself and each involves cross border action as families are divided by French and English and later by the American Revolution The exciting history of Canada is revealed in the westward struggle It becomes clear that Canada is as much a product of the American Revolution as the United States
Bitter Shield Kanata Bitter Shield Thundergate Wildfires Victoria tell the story of Canada s settlement from sea to sea through the lives of two Scot s families who leave Scotland after the Battle of Culloden Ja

  • Title: Bitter Shield
  • Author: Dennis Adair Janet Rosenstock
  • ISBN: 9780380790531
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Unknown Binding
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    1. When I read Bitter Shield in high school, I was hooked and was waiting with baited breath for the next instalment of the series (although I also generally did make sure to hide these here novels from my parents, as the often rather lurid sexual scenes would have probably not gone over all that well with especially my mother). As a teenager, I only really was interested in the historical details, in Janet and Matthew's escape from Scotland to Canada (featured in book one, in Kanata) and their and [...]

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