"Tatha" by Hannah Howell
1385. Fleeing her vicious intended, Tatha Preston takes refuge in the walls of Castle Cnocanduin. There she is drawn to an old well that offers nothing but painful memories to its somber laid, handsome Sir David Ruthven, who must learn from the flame-haired beauty the true meaning of its blessing.
"Bride of the Red Wolf" by Judith E. French
1550. Since she was a child, Fiona Fraser has been betrothed to Duncan, the son of a powerful Highland chieftain, a man she believes she could never love. Ready to sacrifice romance for duty, she seeks solace at the castle's holy well - only to discover the most unexpected destiny of all.
"If Wishes Came True" by Colleen Faulkner
1725. Mary Katherine Donal must choose a suitor who will someday become laird of Castle Cnocanduin. Though her heart is already lost to her father's foster son, Robert Drum, the Scots will never accept him as their leader . . . unless he can convince his beloved to drink from the castle's well and trust in its legendary promise.