A psychotic clansman, seven brothers cursed, and a sister determined to save them. This diary supposedly written in 1740 Scotland read like the script of a bad sci-fi movie. A trip to Scotland to rescue her eccentric aunt turns that twisted tale into Ericka's reality. She speaks an ancient verse and unleashes a MacKinnon with a need for vengeance in a world no longer his own.
Entombed in stone for centuries, Gavin MacKinnon is awakened by a woman's whispered words. His wife, family and clan are long gone. It's a strange new time. Gavin has much to learn if he's to find his missing brothers' statues. Ericka is an auburn-haired beauty that intrigues him and swears her help. Gavin is torn between his duty to his family and his insatiable desire for Ericka. A decent man should morn the loss of his wife not dally with this modern day witch.
They discover the anti-curse has its limitations. Gavin is man by night, stone by day. Talk about being between a rock and a hard place. Together they must find the cure before the evil behind the curse haunts them forever.