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Stranded in time, she finds herself bonded to a handsome highlander... After traveling to Scotland for a solo artist's retreat, Fiona Stewart finds herself mysteriously transported to the fourteenth century. But as she attempts to get back to her own time, complications ensue when she meets a handsome highlander who sets her heart aflame... Forced into an engagement Stranded in time, she finds herself bonded to a handsome highlander... After traveling to Scotland for a solo artist's retreat, Fiona Stewart finds herself mysteriously transported to the fourteenth century. But as she attempts to get back to her own time, complications ensue when she meets a handsome highlander who sets her heart aflame... Forced into an engagement with the daughter of a rival clan leader, Eadan Macleay struggles to fulfill his promise to his dying father. When he comes across a strange lass claiming to be from the future, he strikes a deal with her. If she poses as his bride to end his betrothal, he will help her return to her own time. Amid their growing attraction and increasing danger from the rival clan, Eadan and Fiona must choose between love, duty, and the hands of fate... If you're a fan of Scottish time travel, handsome highlanders, strong heroines, romance, and adventure, you'll love Eadan's Vow, the first book of the Highlander Fate series. Scroll up and grab your copy today!


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Stranded in time, she finds herself bonded to a handsome highlander... After traveling to Scotland for a solo artist's retreat, Fiona Stewart finds herself mysteriously transported to the fourteenth century. But as she attempts to get back to her own time, complications ensue when she meets a handsome highlander who sets her heart aflame... Forced into an engagement Stranded in time, she finds herself bonded to a handsome highlander... After traveling to Scotland for a solo artist's retreat, Fiona Stewart finds herself mysteriously transported to the fourteenth century. But as she attempts to get back to her own time, complications ensue when she meets a handsome highlander who sets her heart aflame... Forced into an engagement with the daughter of a rival clan leader, Eadan Macleay struggles to fulfill his promise to his dying father. When he comes across a strange lass claiming to be from the future, he strikes a deal with her. If she poses as his bride to end his betrothal, he will help her return to her own time. Amid their growing attraction and increasing danger from the rival clan, Eadan and Fiona must choose between love, duty, and the hands of fate... If you're a fan of Scottish time travel, handsome highlanders, strong heroines, romance, and adventure, you'll love Eadan's Vow, the first book of the Highlander Fate series. Scroll up and grab your copy today!

30 review for Eadan's Vow: A Scottish Time Travel Romance

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sha Mslvoe

    A quick read with not so much plot.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Maree Repa

    Five Amazing Stars Moving On I was absolutely thrilled to receive book one, Highlander Fate. Such a wonderful time travel tale set in Scotland during the 14th Century. Written by the amazing Stella Knight. Today, in Scotland Fiona Stewart saw this most beautiful landscape painting the Scottish Highlands from the fourteenth century. Fiona herself absolutely adored being a artist herself too. Living and working at a art teacher was her whole life. Fiona also had much sorrow in her personal life too. Five Amazing Stars Moving On I was absolutely thrilled to receive book one, Highlander Fate. Such a wonderful time travel tale set in Scotland during the 14th Century. Written by the amazing Stella Knight. Today, in Scotland Fiona Stewart saw this most beautiful landscape painting the Scottish Highlands from the fourteenth century. Fiona herself absolutely adored being a artist herself too. Living and working at a art teacher was her whole life. Fiona also had much sorrow in her personal life too. With her ex fiancée Derek. He had caused such pain for her too. Fiona felt now visiting Scotland was the best thing she did. She was now ready to move on in her life her. I absolutely loved this sensational, most beautiful romantic book. Such a captivating adventurous story of true love. I simply couldn’t put it down!! Congratulations Stella Knight!! * I recommend this book to everyone!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Heike

    Fiona, on a honeymoon for dumped brides in Scotland by herself, stumbles back 680 years almost into the arms of a future laird, who thinks he can use this stranger for a ruse to avoid marriage to a woman he dislikes. Something like that. What a stupid setup for a romance, plus this ridiculous insta-love ... *wow* And yet - Stella Knight pulled it of. Despite a few times I had to roll my eyes I thoroughly enjoyed reading the story. The drama was not squeezed to the limit, there was no tiresome out Fiona, on a honeymoon for dumped brides in Scotland by herself, stumbles back 680 years almost into the arms of a future laird, who thinks he can use this stranger for a ruse to avoid marriage to a woman he dislikes. Something like that. What a stupid setup for a romance, plus this ridiculous insta-love ... *wow* And yet - Stella Knight pulled it of. Despite a few times I had to roll my eyes I thoroughly enjoyed reading the story. The drama was not squeezed to the limit, there was no tiresome outcry "virgin, virgin (or not)", the male protagonist was very lovable if not a tad soft for the times, and the female protagonist not overly arrow-headed. Narration: 3rd person female protagonist’s and male protagonist's POV alternating Sexual content: couple of scenes very descriptive but not overly long, 2 to 3 pages each Setting: contemporary Scotland and 1340 Scottish Highlands

  4. 5 out of 5

    Johnna

    What a great read! If I ever travel back in time, I would like nothing better than to wind up being "married" to a Highlander like Eadan Macleay. Highlanders with integrity, heart, and passion are definitely worth reading about. They also seem to be gorgeous and ripped, so having one ask you to act as his bride for a few days can't be all bad, right? Stella Knight presents a beautifully written story with characters you want to get to know better.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Marissa

    I received a copy of this book from the author. Eadan's Vow is the first installment in the Highlander Fate Scottish time travel romance series. It is your typical story you would find in this genre. Woman (Fiona) finds herself inexplicably traveling back to the time of the Highlanders and running in to a gorgeous Scot (Eadan) who she has to help out of a predicament which leads to them falling in love. This one wasn't nearly as saturated in sex and had a bit more plot than I've seen in other sim I received a copy of this book from the author. Eadan's Vow is the first installment in the Highlander Fate Scottish time travel romance series. It is your typical story you would find in this genre. Woman (Fiona) finds herself inexplicably traveling back to the time of the Highlanders and running in to a gorgeous Scot (Eadan) who she has to help out of a predicament which leads to them falling in love. This one wasn't nearly as saturated in sex and had a bit more plot than I've seen in other similar books. There was a struggle between clans that drove decisions made by the characters. Secret plots are uncovered. A couple of pretty good cat fights are featured between Fiona and the woman Eadan was to be wed to through an arranged marriage. I found myself wanting more development of the relationship between Eadan and Fiona. It was a bit too fast for me. The writing was an enjoyable pace. Good summer read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    This is a captivating, dramatic and romantic story. Eaden is serious, dutiful and likable. Fiona is kind, brave and determined. Fiona goes to Scotland to regroup after breaking up with her fiancee, and suddenly finds herself thrown back in time, and embroiled in a clan war. Eadan, as Laird, decides to question her after she is discovered in the castle. Only he can't concentrate on the interrogation, he's distracted by the pull he feels towards her. Fiona's confused by her feelings for the man wh This is a captivating, dramatic and romantic story. Eaden is serious, dutiful and likable. Fiona is kind, brave and determined. Fiona goes to Scotland to regroup after breaking up with her fiancee, and suddenly finds herself thrown back in time, and embroiled in a clan war. Eadan, as Laird, decides to question her after she is discovered in the castle. Only he can't concentrate on the interrogation, he's distracted by the pull he feels towards her. Fiona's confused by her feelings for the man who threatens her, and the atmosphere around her. The war between the clans, and the betrayal of the servants, unite Eadan and Fiona. And the more time they spend together, the more they want each other. Intrigue and betrayal surround them while attraction blooms between them. It's a great time travel story and I can't wait to read the next book. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Exclusive ARC. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Glenda

    I really enjoyed reading this book and can't wait for the next in the series. Great story, great characters and very well written. The "back in time" isn't very unique, but Stella does a good job of putting a twist on the how and why. Eadan and Fiona are placed in each other's path, but why? I received an Exclusive ARC of this book and am leaving my honest review.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tonya Dzierzon

    More than I expected! You never know what your getting into with a book that has no reviews.. at least for someone like me that relies heavily on them. I have to admit, I was pleasantly surprised with this one. Sure, it contains the same prose as every other time travel story- girl magically ends up in the past and thinks she’s in some sort of medieval re-enactment, danger abounds, and then she falls in love with hero- but it was enjoyable! The characters were likable and the hero was endearing. More than I expected! You never know what your getting into with a book that has no reviews.. at least for someone like me that relies heavily on them. I have to admit, I was pleasantly surprised with this one. Sure, it contains the same prose as every other time travel story- girl magically ends up in the past and thinks she’s in some sort of medieval re-enactment, danger abounds, and then she falls in love with hero- but it was enjoyable! The characters were likable and the hero was endearing. I do wish it was longer.. which I guess is a telling thing in and of itself. I have preordered the next in the series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Slim outline.....no filler. Jilted woman goes on honeymoon alone. Swept into past following a strange woman she’s seen at various places. Meets guy. He decides to pretend she’s his wife to stall another marriage he’s suspicious of....minimal empty dialog about solving mystery, sex, missing servants, poisoning of father.....mystery solves itself. She (orphan with no family) decides to stay in past. Sends letter thru portal to one friend.....I guess she’ll show up next. Hard pass if you enjoy a pl Slim outline.....no filler. Jilted woman goes on honeymoon alone. Swept into past following a strange woman she’s seen at various places. Meets guy. He decides to pretend she’s his wife to stall another marriage he’s suspicious of....minimal empty dialog about solving mystery, sex, missing servants, poisoning of father.....mystery solves itself. She (orphan with no family) decides to stay in past. Sends letter thru portal to one friend.....I guess she’ll show up next. Hard pass if you enjoy a plausible evolution of a relationship, details of a strange new environment/time, descriptives, dialogue or dimensional storytelling. So many opportunities to flesh out the characters and the premise not taken. ☹️

  10. 5 out of 5

    Angie Barton

    Disappointed... I hate to write negative reviews because I know how hard it is to write, but this was not a good book. I was excited to find a Scottish time travel book, as I am a huge fan of Outlander, but this book failed in too many ways. The story jumped all over the place and many of the sub plots were simply unrealistic as were a lot of the information of a 1300 time period. However, what I had the most trouble with was the editing, or lack thereof. I do not believe this book could have bee Disappointed... I hate to write negative reviews because I know how hard it is to write, but this was not a good book. I was excited to find a Scottish time travel book, as I am a huge fan of Outlander, but this book failed in too many ways. The story jumped all over the place and many of the sub plots were simply unrealistic as were a lot of the information of a 1300 time period. However, what I had the most trouble with was the editing, or lack thereof. I do not believe this book could have been edited before it was published, there were so many grammatical errors, word echoes, and then the random use of "big" words that didn't fit the characters. Needless to say, I was disappointed and probably will not read another from this author.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Very good book, easy to read and had awesome characters. There's a predictable plot and felt like there were holes, but overall it kept me interested. I read it in one sitting, and I'm giving a 5 star review because not many books make me want to continue with a series, but I went ahead and purchased the rest so I may continue reading them. I also signed up for the newsletter to get the prequel!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rosie

    Didn't think I'd be into it. It began my addiction for this subgenre though. Thank you for that. I clicked because of them muscles... Yum. Just saying...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Penny

    Absolutely loved this book, so much so that I quickly purchased and read the rest of this series and am anxiously awaiting the next book. The way Eliza describes the time travel experience, you can actually believe it happening. After all, there are many unexplained situations in our world so why not “ time travel”. Add in the mystical quality of Scotland and you can actually see yourself in Fiona’s place. Not sure if I could adjust to the to the difference s in the times as well as Fiona but if Absolutely loved this book, so much so that I quickly purchased and read the rest of this series and am anxiously awaiting the next book. The way Eliza describes the time travel experience, you can actually believe it happening. After all, there are many unexplained situations in our world so why not “ time travel”. Add in the mystical quality of Scotland and you can actually see yourself in Fiona’s place. Not sure if I could adjust to the to the difference s in the times as well as Fiona but if you’re falling hard for a man like Eadan, I would certainly try. For that matter, how many of us have adjusted the way we live to keep someone special a part of our life? I’d recommend this book to anyone who believes in love and the impossible w a touch of magic . I’ve been to Scotland, and believe me, I could believe almost anything is possible which keeps us dreaming of our chance to find happiness by finding ourselves in another time.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ruby's Java Corner

    Falling back into time... This quick sweet read recieved a 4 cups of hot java, ☕☕☕☕. It started with the lure of a mysterious character to pull you into the story from the very beginning, that takes Fiona back into time in the Scottish Highlands to fall in love with a Scottish soon-to-be laird chieftain of his clan. Some sweet lovings interspersed with spies, murders, and betrayals from a rivaling clan and his betrothed to be, Madgaidh. With the tensions running high in the highlands between feuda Falling back into time... This quick sweet read recieved a 4 cups of hot java, ☕☕☕☕. It started with the lure of a mysterious character to pull you into the story from the very beginning, that takes Fiona back into time in the Scottish Highlands to fall in love with a Scottish soon-to-be laird chieftain of his clan. Some sweet lovings interspersed with spies, murders, and betrayals from a rivaling clan and his betrothed to be, Madgaidh. With the tensions running high in the highlands between feudal clans, truths comes out that ends the feud with swift justices which finally bands the clans for good as the son of chief claims Fiona as true bride that cements the future of the clans.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Bettye McKee

    Traveling through time to find The One A delightful story of Fiona who is whisked from the present day to 1390 to meet her destiny, Eadan of Clan Mcleary. Fiona has just broken her engagement to her two-timing fiance`. She travels to Scotland with her best friend to recover and sketch the landscape. She is unexpectedly taken to the year 1390 to appear in the midst of clan troubles. Two warring clans are arranging a marriage between them to bring peace. But there is treachery and betrayal behind the Traveling through time to find The One A delightful story of Fiona who is whisked from the present day to 1390 to meet her destiny, Eadan of Clan Mcleary. Fiona has just broken her engagement to her two-timing fiance`. She travels to Scotland with her best friend to recover and sketch the landscape. She is unexpectedly taken to the year 1390 to appear in the midst of clan troubles. Two warring clans are arranging a marriage between them to bring peace. But there is treachery and betrayal behind the scenes. Eadan asks Fiona to pose as his wife to avoid marriage to a venomous woman. But danger lurks in every direction. 4

  16. 5 out of 5

    Candy Briggs

    In this story, there is intrigue, murder, and a lot of hatred from the other clan, (Acheson). Dughall was the Laird there, he wanted the Macleay lands and would do anything to get them. Fiona was from the twenty-first century and had come to 1390. Eadan, the Laird for the Macleay, He did not want to marry Dughall's daughter. The characters were authentic-seeming, and generous. The tale was twisted but well written, even paced and definitely moves smoothly. I loved that she painted and he took ca In this story, there is intrigue, murder, and a lot of hatred from the other clan, (Acheson). Dughall was the Laird there, he wanted the Macleay lands and would do anything to get them. Fiona was from the twenty-first century and had come to 1390. Eadan, the Laird for the Macleay, He did not want to marry Dughall's daughter. The characters were authentic-seeming, and generous. The tale was twisted but well written, even paced and definitely moves smoothly. I loved that she painted and he took care of everyone else. It was an enjoyable read, I can't wait for her next book. I received this ARC free and voluntarily reviewed it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jill Urbanek Gauger

    Deja vu After Fiona calls off her wedding, her best friend Isabelle talks her into turning her honeymoon plans into a single holiday for herself. So Fiona goes to Scotland on her own to paint. In a museum Fiona sees a painting that has her mesmerized and a feeling of deja vu. Come along with Fiona as she visits an old village in decay in her time and ended up in a cellar in a Scotland manor in the year 1390. She meets the Laird of the manor named Eadan Macleay and then the sparks fly. I thoroughly Deja vu After Fiona calls off her wedding, her best friend Isabelle talks her into turning her honeymoon plans into a single holiday for herself. So Fiona goes to Scotland on her own to paint. In a museum Fiona sees a painting that has her mesmerized and a feeling of deja vu. Come along with Fiona as she visits an old village in decay in her time and ended up in a cellar in a Scotland manor in the year 1390. She meets the Laird of the manor named Eadan Macleay and then the sparks fly. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Joetta Spurling

    I "love" a man in a kilt! By Stella Knight Kindle unlimited purchase Fiona is on her honeymoon ALONE because her fiance cheated on her. She finds is a banded Village and ends up traveling back in time 200 years. Eadan is a highland chieftain that is about to meet the lass of his dreams. I enjoyed this book. Yes, some of the history of this "history" romance was off. But to me, that didn't take away from the story. Looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gigi

    ‘Eadan’s Vow,’ was an intriguing read. It’s a time Travel Scottish Romance, where Fiona (a 21st century artist) is taking in the scenic view of the ruins in Scotland. She’s draw into the cellar and thrust into the 13th century. Disoriented and alone, she agrees to poise as the Lairds bride to uncover some devious plot. Having only Eadan, as an ally, she learns to rely on him and trust him with her secret and heart. Will he prove worthy of her trust? And her the passion?

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mindi

    Loved this book! Fiona travels to Scotland to play at a concert and is transported back in time shortly after speaking to a strange old woman. She is rescued by Edan who doesn’t believe her story of being from the future. But the more he gets to know Fiona he starts to believe her and wants to help her. The more Fiona gets to k ow Edan the more she wonders if she can leave..this story is amazing and I could t put it down!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Berner

    Book 1 down, onto the next Nothing better than reading a wonderfully well written take of time travel back through the centuries. I can guarantee that this book will be the perfect tale to pass time with. My only suggestion is don't begin unless you have plenty of time. Once begun you won't wish to stop. I loved it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Fiona has just found out that her fiance was cheating. Breaking her engagement, she takes her honymoon trip solo and falls back to 1390 and a Scottish laird Eadan. Eadan is betrothed to a warring laird's daughter, but does not love her. Finding Fiona in his castle, he quickly convinces her to become his pretend wife to delay his betrothal and find out the deception behind it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Daley

    Eadan's Vow is a well written novel that is easy to read. I like time travel romance, so I enjoyed the overall story. I gave three stars because I think that there is a reason or greater purpose for traveling back in time and this aspect of the story was not well developed. I also thought that there were a few gratuitous murders and beatings given the motivations of the villains.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Anne Connor

    Good This was a good short read book if your having a coffee break for a few hours! Nice easy storyline between them. Nothing to put you off reading the book I would recommend to anyone who enjoys highland books. Will even read the next book later as wish to continue with the main characters of this books storyline

  25. 4 out of 5

    MARY WILSON

    Great book! I loved reading this historical time travel romance! Fiona's fiance cheated on her. She broke it off and decided to go on the "honeymoon" to Scotland by herself. She gets whisked away to the year 1390. And when she meets the laird Eaden he is the hottest man she has ever seen! Very steamy!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Annette Drewett

    Awesome tale of betrayal, danger, suspense, intrigue and romance. Fast moving storyline, this book kept my interest all the way through. The main characters are strong and independent. The secondary characters, both good and bad add to your enjoyment of the book. I especially enjoyed the final chapters of the story.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sahar Husseini

    Falling in Love in the Past This is a time travel romance story. Fiona is whisked 600 years in the past. There, she meets a handsome highlander who captures her heart. He is betrothed to an evil woman whose father is up to no good. Can Fiona survive the past? Read this book and find out how love finds a way.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Jackson

    Nothing beats time traveling Highland love stories The romantic story takes place in 1390. A modern woman finds herself in medieval Scotland in the arms of a beautiful man. Treachery threatens & the lovers need to fight for each other & this time. Nothing beats time traveling Highland love stories The romantic story takes place in 1390. A modern woman finds herself in medieval Scotland in the arms of a beautiful man. Treachery threatens & the lovers need to fight for each other & this time.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Abby

    Loved it I love books like this and this one is amazing!! The chemistry between the characters and the devotion Fiona has to keep her end of the deal was great!! Looking forward to reading the others

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sophy Sorn

    Time travel I really enjoyed this book! For some reason I’ve been wanting to read time travel books and this was my 3rd one of the week and by far my favorite. Any wait to read the next book about Ronan!

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