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A Standalone Novel

In  Ireland  to  film  a  documentary  for  a  big  time  network  in  the  States,  reporter Madalyn  FitzGerald  of  Irish  decent,  becomes  enthralled  in  the  history  of  Fore Abbey.  The  small  Chapel  that  sits  on  the  hill  opposite  the  site  of  the  Benedictine Priory,  calls  to  her  to  the  point  that  she  thinks  she’s  going  crazy.

In  her  dreams  she  feels  his  touch  and  when  she’s  close  to  the  Chapel,  she  hears his  voice.  She  hears  the  clatter  of  hooves  off  in  the  distance,  but  when  she  looks there’s  nothing  there.  Her  nose  twitches  with  unfamiliar  scents.

The  more  obsessed  she  becomes  with  the  Chapel,  the  stronger she  feels  like  she’s being  watched.

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Raoul  Keir  is  a  traitor  to  the  Crown  and  has  spent  long  cold  months fighting against  what  he  believes  in.  With  soldiers  on  his  tail,  sent  by  Henry  VIII  to capture  him,  he  takes  refuge  in  Fore  Abbey  with  the Benedictine  monks—hiding in  plain  sight—becoming  one  of  them.

Three  months  later,  in  the  middle  of  a  stormy  night,  something  sends  him  to  the small  Chapel...and  that’s  where  he  finds  a  young  woman  lying  in  the  entrance. She's  soaked  to  the  skin  in  clothing  he's  never  seen  before.

As  he  cradles  her  in  his  arms,  her  eyelids  flutter  open,  taking  his  breath  at  the dazzling  green  eyes  staring  back  at  him.  He  whispers, "Who  are  you?"  She  looks around  the  dark  chapel,  almost  fearful,  as  lightening  and  thunder  clatters  above, lighting  the  night  sky.  Her  whispered, "Madalyn  FitzGerald," is  said  with confusion  clouding  her  gaze.

The  year  is  1535.

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