By Katharine Swartz, Kate Hewitt
The Highlands of Scotland, 1819: at the eve of his departure for the recent international, Allan MacDougall asks his cherished Harriet to attend for his go back, whilst he'll be demonstrated and ready to marry her. whilst his father discovers his reason he insists it's dishonourable, and so Allan needs to unfastened Harriet from her promise at the same time he vows to stay devoted himself. via years of difficulty, heartache, tragedy, and betrayal, Allan and Harriet grasp to the affection that first introduced them together--yet it's the treacherous doubts in their personal hearts that may end up to be their undoing, and force them farther aside than ever.
Far Horizons is a sweeping saga of that may take you from the Highlands of Scotland to the untamed Canadian desolate tract and the bustling streets of Boston. in line with genuine occasions, it celebrates the power of a promise and the long-lasting energy of affection. Written by way of united states this present day bestselling writer Kate Hewitt, and booklet one of many Emigrants Trilogy
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