The Price of Freedom picks up where Circle of Honor left off during the struggles for Scottish independence in the 14th century.
Black Bryan Mackintosh is sent to capture an estate loyal to the English. He finds Kathryn de Lindsay, a young unwed mother, in charge of the keep.
Kathryn is intrigued by the formidable warrior, but she keeps her distance because of a secret she carries. She cannot let him know she had a baby while she was still unwed. Ironically, Bryan is the illegitimate son of the Scottish king. As they learn to trust each other, they both find healing from the past.
This was a very entertaining read and I'll look forward to reading the 3rd book in the series. Bryan and Kathryn are wonderful characters and the author uses them effectively to show that God can extend forgiveness to any who ask and He will always bring something good out of something bad.