Scotland has suffered the ravages of the Battle of Culloden and is in need of healing physically and spiritually, and perhaps with the use of magick.
Caitlin can feel the man’s anger. But her own anger grows and she pushes him away. As her fingers touch him he cries out in pain.
“Stop it witch! You’re setting my hands on fire!”
The Healer possesses magickal powers that appear at moments of great distress. Is she truly a healer — or is she a witch? What is she supposed to do with these powers?
Fleeing from this man and others promising harm, she travels to the Highlands of eighteenth – century Scotland with a huge black wolf who is both her companion and protector.
Not knowing where to turn, Caitlin sets out for the Highlands, and Alex, a powerful and intriguing man who is the leader of a clan of brothers indebted to her for saving their younger brother’s life.
Her journey is filled with spine-tingling escapades where her magick and wits are the only things that can save her. Caitlin, the Healer, has much to learn about why powers have been given to her. It seems as if her destiny has been planned and she must find her place in the Highlands — where magick is never far away and neither is danger…