Highlander's Conquest

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Summary

Eva, 23, is traveling to Scotland to do research for a book she is trying to publish. She always felt close to Scotland, even though she's never been there. Once there, she goes to a museum and learns about the ruthless highlander Callum who lived in the 13th century. In the museum, she finds a statue and is all of a sudden warped to another era. Eva realizes that she's no longer in the era she knew, but in the era of bloody battles and highlanders. She is found by none other than Callum Strongnight. Callum is known to be ruthless and a womanizer and sees Eva as another conquest, but will soon realize that she is not a woman in his era and will not easily be tamed. Image by Enrique Meseguer from Pixabay

Genre:
Romance / Fantasy
Author:
CrysTravel2021
Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
33
Rating:
5.0 1 review
Age Rating:
18+

Eva

Eva POV

I looked through the window and watched the beautiful clouds passing through. It was dawn, and I had woken up. Still, I could hear snoring.

I’m on an airplane and had been on it for hours, but for me, I enjoyed the view. I recently graduated from the university with a degree in English literature. I’ve been writing since I was a kid, and it was something I have truly loved. I’ve always been told that I was a good writer by my peers and teachers.

However, I don’t have a family. My parents abandoned me because of how I looked.

I’m an albino, but I lived long and had no health difficulties. I have long, straight white hair and blue eyes, and pale white skin. I never thought of myself as indifferent. I also never let others get to me. Of course, I was bullied while I was in foster care, but I had strong resilience.

I was in the foster care system until I turned eighteen, but I earned good grades and scholarships before graduating high school. I got lucky and went to UCLA. Writing has always been my true love, and it allows me to imagine things that don’t exist. It was a way for me to express myself. I have won many contests and awards. Now, I was writing a book in hopes of getting it published, a historical romance novel, to be exact.

At the moment, I am going to land in Scotland, a country that I have always been fascinated with. I studied the country and have been in love. I love the music, the culture, and the people. I worked many jobs; the hard work paid off.

Excitement overwhelmed me as I knew I was getting closer to my destination.

Forty minutes later...

“Welcome to Scotland, please get your luggage!” said the announcer.

I got my things and got outside the airport. I called for a driver, and luckily one got to me. I told the driver the name of my hotel.

We drive off to my destination. We passed through many cities and parts of nature. I felt so happy that I finally made it. It almost feels like a dream.

About thirty minutes later, we arrived at the hotel, which was by grassy hills. Expensive, but worth it! I got my luggage and got inside the hotel, and was taken to my room.

It was small but was so beautiful. There was a medium-sized bed, a bathroom, closet, mirror, cabinets, and a balcony. I got to the bed and lay on it.

I made it to Scotland.


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