In Son of the Sword, J. Ardian Lee transported us to a land of unsurpassed beauty – at a time when its people faced their darkest hour. Now, Dylan Matheson returns to eighteenth-century Scotland – to challenge history itself...
"Sinann, send me home..."
Home for Dylan Matheson had been twentieth-century America, until the faerie Sinann drew him back in time to be a hero for her people.
In that time, in that place, he had found – and lost – his true love. And then to save his life, Sinann had brought him back to his own century.
But life without his Cait and the son she had borne him, a son he had never seen, held no joy for Dylan. So he begs Sinann to send him once again to the past.
This time, willingly. This time, forever. There, though he is a hunted outlaw, he will find some way to be with Cait, to be a father to his son.
There, to save the boy from the dark fate that awaits him, he will attempt the impossible.
With sword, with magic, with whatever means at his command, Dylan will try to change the course of history...