Handfasting: A Celtic ceremony of engagement or betrothal.
Ten years had passed since Katherine had joined hands with Steven in the ruins of the old abbey church. She was going to college, going to med school. He was studying art in Italy. They could not marry, then.
“I’ll find you,” he had said. “When we have finished school, I’ll find you. Until then, whenever you see a yellow rose, remember I love you.”
For a decade she had been waiting, hoping, praying that he would find her. On her birthday, a vase of yellow roses is left at her door.
Stephen, though, is not Katherine’s only suitor. Bill Wilson has long planned to wed her, and he decides to finally stake his claim. The conflict that follows takes an unexpected, violent twist.
The Handfasting is a story of love renewed, a suitor spurned, a vicious attack, a struggle for healing. It is a story of love that survives.
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