Highlander’s English Rose by Ann Marie Scott
She desperately tries to escape her fate. But her choices may put out any sparks of hope that arise. Eleanor Godfrey's life has been a nightmare since her mother died. But fate has played an evil game to her, and she lives with the man responsible for that death; her own cruel father, English Baron, Godfrey. Eleanor is kind lass that sees the best in everyone, but when she learns that her father is about to marry her to one of the Knights of Armathwaite for his own good, she decides to act and put an end to her suffering. Desperate for a solution, she flees from her home and ends up alone and scared in the woods. There she is found by one of her possible suitors, a Knight of Armathwaite! Ranald Dunbar, as his name is, is not as bad as she expected, and he is undoubtedly much more attractive than she had imagined. But her decisions have made their paths take completely opposite directions now. Ranald will marry someone else, and Eleanor chooses to spend her time on a monastery to escape the horrors of her past life. Unfortunately, Eleanor's suffering is far from over, and this creates a dire dilemma for Ranald. He knows that he will lose everything if he tries to help her. But nothing would cost more than losing her.
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages