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Jahna and Lovern's clan lay in the Romans' path of destruction. The death of their people is a certainty, unless a bargain is made with the Gods, even if it means a human sacrifice. Will the trade the Druid Lovern, and his visionary wife, Jahna make with the Gods, save their family?

Two thousand years later, Aine MacRae is on their trail. She's a struggling archaeologist, on the verge of uncovering the village were Jahna and Lovern lived. The farm where her site is located is for sale! But for a ghostly visit, greed almost triumphs leaving the truth and ancient stories buried forever and a lost love be rekindled.

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  • The Fox has been re-mastered and re-released for a better than ever listening experience. Jahna is promised to another by her uncle, the Clan Chieftain.

  • Archaeologist Aine MaCrea overcomes a bad marriage and tries to set her career back on course.

  • His gods tell Lovern that his future is with Jahna.

  • Lovern and Jahna seal a contract.

  • Aine and Marc are in Scotland to start the dig when Marc gets a phone call that could disrupt Aine's plans.

  • Jahna finds her path and she and Lovern are hand-fasted.

  • Jahna and Lovern marry.

  • Aine and Marc fall in love again.

  • Jahna is taken.

  • Jahna creates bronze bowl for Beathan.

  • Aine finds a second bronze bowl.

  • Jahna meets the Druidess Rhona.

  • Jahna places a bronze bowl at Beathan's tomb.

  • Aine hears about the ghost of the bog.

  • Jahna is purified and rejoins Lovern in their marriage bed.

  • Jahna and Lovern attend a mor dal. They meet the king's Druidess Firtha. King Calgacus orders Lovern to seek information about the Romans.

  • Aine and Marc argue. Marc leaves. Aine receives a report on the Raven bowl and discusses her brother's death with George.

  • Lovern explains why he has to leave to his daughter, Crisi. Jahna starts engraving another bronze bowl.

  • Lovern returns to Jahna with information about the Romans.

  • Mr. Treadwell decides to sell his farm.

  • Lovern tells King Calgacus about the Roman invasion.

  • Aine goes to London.

  • The days before.

  • Lovern's gift to Jahna, Crisi and his people.

  • Lovern brings a vision and Jahna joins him.

  • A ghost appears and Lovern is found.

  • Aine discovers the reason why. This is the last chapter of The Fox.

Hi Teresa, Thank you so much for taking time to make a comment. It really means a lot to authors to hear back from those who have listened. And I am very happy you enjoyed The Fox. I am writing another novel, it takes place in 2400 BC. It has ...
I enjoyed every chapter of your book and was sad that it finished. I hope you'll soon have another one for me to read. My only regret is I couldn't be transported into the world you described....
Dear TerminusVox, I'm sorry you had a difficult time listening to the podcast. I wonder if it was because the first chapter is the start of the ancient world and there are no contractions in the ancient speech? Some find it formal, but it's the way I wanted to distinguish ...
I really wanted to like this book. It's got loads of things I like; Science, Culture, History and more. I even think it's written well and maybe someday I'll have the opportunity to be able to devote the time to read it with my eyes instead of my ears. What ...
Annie and Jeremy, Thank you so much for your kind words. The story of Lovern and Jahna is a lesson in our violent history, however, I also hope it brings you a sense of the importance of family, our bloodlines, as well.
Chantal, thank you for your very kind words. I am glad we could make contact and you allowed me to get to know you a little. I am honored by your words. Yes, Lovern is a man who will try to help us learn the importance of life, family and ...
This book has made more of a mark on me than any other in my life (so far). The people and events felt true and it had me thinking you were recounting your own experiences from a past life regression. It has left me grieving and raging against what was ...
I listened to this story as a podcast, but I am purchasing print copies because it is a story that absolutely needs to be shared with some of my favourite people who aren't the podcast listening type. I stumbled across The Fox while looking for some light entertainment, and by ...
Blowing my horn again, for several reasons. I counted my downloads on 12/3/10, and found I had 25,620 downloads of The Fox in all the sites I can prove. I have emails from readers who enjoyed listening or reading The Fox but the most interesting continuing conversation has been this ...
Jean Oakes, I am sorry, I forgot to discuss the curse words I used. While writing this, I was on a forum with two or three people from England and asked them what a woman from Skye would say. They gave me a few appropriate words. Skye is not a ...

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