My Highland Lover

My Highland Lover

by Maeve Greyson

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Maeve Greyson unleashes a thrilling tale of magic and desire as a feisty Southern gal falls into the arms of a rough-hewn Highland chieftain.
As the proprietor of a homeopathic store in rural Kentucky, Trulie Sinclair knows that her neighbors think she’s strange—but they have no idea how strange she really is. Trulie was born in Scotland in the thirteenth century to a line of time-traveling Highlanders. When Trulie’s grandmother convinces her to return to their homeland, Trulie jumps back in time, right onto the powerful chest of Gray MacKenna. Just as his steely good looks send ripples through her body, their fierce attraction will send ripples through the ages.
After his parents are murdered, Gray is consumed by thoughts of revenge. As the new chieftain of the MacKenna clan, he has reason to believe that there’s a traitor in his midst, and nothing—not even the bonny lass who suddenly drops from the sky—can distract him from his single-minded pursuit of the culprit. But when Gray learns that this sassy beauty possesses gifts beyond the sparkle in her eye, he allows his gaze, and his heart, to linger. While he hunts for the murderer, Gray finds in Trulie a precious companion—and a timeless love.

Praise for My Highland Lover

“Maeve Greyson surprises and enchants. The imaginative storytelling is hard to resist in this time-traveling tale of love, betrayal, and sacrifice.”—Victoria Roberts, bestselling author of My Highland Spy  

“Allow Maeve Grayson to take you on a magic carpet ride from present-day Kentucky to the Highlands of the thirteenth century. My Highland Lover is a sensual story of desire, danger, and devilment woven with the strongest thread of all: love.”—Vonnie Davis, author of the Highlander’s Beloved series

“From the wow opening to the ahh ending, My Highland Lover is a winner, a brilliant blend of historical and contemporary romance. Maeve Greyson writes with humor, heart and heat. She’s an author to keep an eye out for!”—Kelly Moran, award-winning author of Return to Me

“This was a fun, emotional and intriguing story that held my rapt attention. Can’t go wrong with this book!”—Kilts and Words

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780553395099
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/24/2015
Series: Highland Hearts , #1
Sold by: Random House
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 338
Sales rank: 19,641
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

No one has the power to shatter your dreams unless you give it to them. That’s Maeve Greyson’s mantra. When she’s not working at the steel mill, Greyson’s writing romances about sexy Highlanders and the women who tame them. Tucked away in a five-acre wood, Maeve listens to the wind singing through the trees and hears her characters telling their stories. Her work is proofed by her sharp-eyed dog, Jasper, and her greatest supporter is her long-suffering husband of more than thirty-five years who’s learned not to throw away any odd sticky notes filled with strange phrases.

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Chapter 1
Kentucky—Twenty-first Century

And there he was–so heart-stoppingly close her headlights lit up his face. The bare-chested man raised a tensed arm against the glare. In one fluid motion, he crouched low and unsheathed the biggest sword Trulie Sinclair had ever seen.

“Holy crap!” Trulie jerked the steering wheel hard to the left.

His teeth bared in a defensive snarl, the man sprang sideways. With predatory grace, he swung the massive broadsword in a lethal arc through his wake.

Trulie braced for impact. Instinct and adrenaline locked both knees as she stomped the brake pedal to the floor. She sawed the steering wheel back and forth, slinging mud and gravel through the night. The old truck fishtailed, bounced through twin ruts in the narrow road, then sloshed to a stop in a shallow, water-filled ditch.

Trulie clutched the steering wheel in a stranglehold until her knuckles ached. Where in blue blazes had that guy come from? And that sword? The high-pitched yowl of an irritated cat paired with a hissed “Dammit” drowned out the jackhammer thump of blood pounding in Trulie’s ears.

Granny and Kismet.

“Are you all right?” Trulie flipped on the interior light, clawed the seatbelt out of the way, and scooted toward the tiny, gray-haired woman clutching the spitting black cat against her chest.

“You know . . .” Granny blinked a few times, then peeped over the rims of her cockeyed spectacles. One sparse silver brow ratcheted a notch higher as she resettled in the dip of the worn seat and straightened her glasses on her nose. “You know, Trulie,” she repeated, pausing again to smooth a blue-veined hand down the insulted feline’s puffed-up hackles. “If ye wouldna drive like a bat out of hell, ye might dodge things a lot easier.”

Trulie deflated with a relieved breath. Thank goodness. If Granny could still deliver a smart-ass remark, then Granny was okay. Of course, slipping into her seldom-heard Scottish brogue was a telltale sign that the wild ride hadn’t been enjoyed. Granny only reverted to the lilting roll of her r’s under duress.

Trulie squirmed around in the confines of the truck and peered out the back window. Her frazzled reflection stared back at her from the dark glass. Dammit. She twisted back around and flipped off the interior light then turned back to the window.

Nothing moved but the silhouettes of treetops swaying against a star-spattered sky. The sparsely graveled road reflected silvery gray as it snaked beneath the moonlight. No sword-brandishing human mountain was anywhere to be seen. “That guy came out of nowhere. Did you see that freaking sword?” And the package of testosterone swinging it?

Trulie decided not to voice that last question as she yanked the sleeve of her denim jacket down over one hand and mopped away the moisture fogging up the window. Damn. It. All. She couldn’t see a thing from inside the truck. “Could you tell if I hit him? The truck bounced so hard through the mud holes, I don’t know if I managed to miss him or not.”

Granny didn’t say a word, just tucked her head closer to the now purring cat and murmured something unintelligible, as though the two sat back home in front of the fire instead of in a ditch out in the middle of the Kentucky woods.

Trulie ground her teeth to keep from snapping at Granny as she fumbled around the floorboard for the flashlight shoved under the edge of the seat. She was in no mood for this crap, and now was not the time for Granny to go silent. Trulie would bet her best batch of homemade soaps that Granny knew more about that half-naked, walking wall of muscle than she was letting on.

Granny snuggled closer to the cat and chuckled softly into its shining black fur.

Trulie snorted. That pretty much cinched it. Granny was at it again. Trulie whacked the flashlight against the back of the seat, shook it hard, then shot the revealing beam out the back window.

Of all things to come across in the middle of the night. Trulie knelt in the seat and squinted out the window. “I don’t see him anywhere. Surely I didn’t knock him clear across the road into the other ditch.”

Trulie clicked off the flashlight and sat back on her heels. There was no getting around it. Sword or no sword, she was going to have to go look for him. She couldn’t live with herself if she didn’t find out whether or not the man was okay. Trulie shot a sideways glance at the chuckling woman still muttering to the cat. “And I wasn’t driving that fast and you know it.”

Granny didn’t look up, just snuggled back against her travel pillow and grinned.

“What do you think, Kismet?” Granny wrinkled her nose down at the cat as she rubbed a bent finger under its chin. The purring feline sat with eyes half-closed into golden slits and the tip of her dark tail softly flipping.

“Reckon we’d be sittin’ in this ditch with all our inventory busted in the back of the truck if Trulie had been goin’ a bit slower?”

Granny glanced up from the cat’s smug face. Her smile curled to one side as she continued in a more soothing voice directed toward Trulie. “And no. You didn’t hit him. You just got his attention real good.”

Trulie yanked the rusty door handle upward and bounced the door open. Somehow, that backhanded reassurance didn’t make her feel any better. An eerie feeling skittered up her spine. What if the man was one of them? Trulie rolled away the uneasiness with a tensed shrug. Nah. Couldn’t be. Rule number one of the time runner’s rede: time runners were always female.

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My Highland Lover 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
jdh2690 More than 1 year ago
This Highland historical romance is also a time travel story (called time jumping by this author) and, despite this paranormal aspect of the traditional Highland historical romance, has a degree of realism in the oft humorous narrative.  I’ve sometimes wondered what it would be like to jump back in time to a more ancient period in history and, though perhaps exciting, found it wanting because I’m so used to modern life and its conveniences.  Ms. Greyson has tackled this train of thought head on and I found it truthful and humorous.  I really liked the romance, the description and the lead-in to future stories in this series.  I recommend this author and her writing to readers.  
KempsConsulting More than 1 year ago
Spitfire modern time jumper Trulie is ultra-resistant to the idea of going back to the past, but when her granny gets an idea in her head there’s just no stopping her. And if granny had Gray MacKenna in mind for me, I would be jumping at the chance, but Trulie attempts a merry chase that is humorous in how obviously it is going to fail to last. But Trulie’s objections aside, there are dark things lurking in the shadows that will threaten the future of the highland past. Greyson pens a pert tale here. The narrative moves along at a good clip, the romance formula isn’t thread bare here, allowing some creativity to shine through. Gravelly Gray is a worthy male and granny, as maternal backbone, is a fabulous supporting character. While I found the present time narrative less successful then the past time narrative, the book works overall. There are enough gaps in reasoning about time travelers that make it difficult for me to maintain my suspension of disbelief, I found myself stopping to consider things like “wouldn’t that change the trajectory of history?” and “but now wouldn’t that change the future that Trulie’s sisters are living in?” But I’m sure that Greyson’s purpose isn’t to delve into quantum physics (although that is a hiccup when you dip into science fiction). I like this book.
gaele More than 1 year ago
The first in a new, unique and very exciting series, Maeve Greyson mixes magic, highlanders, a touch of mystery and historical romance  together into a big pot and comes up with a story that I read straight through without coming up for air.  Trulie is busily running a homeopathic store in Kentucky. There’s a little twist, Trulie was actually born in the 13th century, and has  time-hopped to modern day.  But, her grandmother has plans for Trulie back in their homeland, and she convinces Trulie to return and help to sort out some issues in the highlands.  Gray McKenna is the new chieftan of the clan, and he’s got more than clan welfare on his mind. His parents were murdered, and he is determined to exact revenge for their deaths. Believing he has a traitor in the clan is only one of his issues, because out of nowhere a  woman has appeared. Her beauty and the mystery that surrounds her appearance is not to be denied, and soon Gray’s focus is split  between Trulie and his need for revenge.  The interaction (and introduction) of these two was marvelous: neither was quite prepared for the instant attraction, nor how well suited  they are for one another. Trulie is not thrilled to lose the mod cons she has come to enjoy, but her belief in her grandmother’s opinion  that there is something for her to do in her own time have her convinced to give it her all.  Completely modern in her approach, her stubbornness and her openly expressed opinions, Gray is flummoxed even as he is intrigued and frustrated.  Bit by bit Greyson weaves the tale, as Trulie reveals more of herself and her abilities she is able to see the hurts that have come to Gray,  and the fierceness with which he intends to fulfill his role as chieftain.  With a tiny hiccup in the flow as the focus shifts away from our couple and their electric chemistry to solving the murders and some interesting and surprising revelations the story soon regains traction and becomes a mad dash to the end.  Passionate and emotional with several moments that will leave you breathless, Greyson has created a book that is hard to put down and even harder to forget. I can’t wait for the next in the series.  I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 
silvatrend8553 More than 1 year ago
This time travel romance is to put it simply DELIGHTFUL! I have read a couple of Maeve Greyson books and liked what I read. It was hard to put this one away when I had to get some rest for work the next day. This book takes the historical and modern and twists them together in a really unique way. It’s very difficult to write stories that root in time travel, but this author did a wonderful job. It was fun, interesting, and very creative! Trulie is a time runner, a skill passed down to her and her sisters, from mother to daughters. As a child, her grandmother jumped ahead with her and her three sisters to save their lives after the death of their parents. So, although she has visited many eras with her grandmother, she has essentially grown up in the 21st century. Her Granny, oh Granny. She is hysterical. This book would not be anything without this character. She is every stereotypical personality of the meddling grandmother and yet, she is not cliché at all. She adds a lot of laughter to the story and I loved her! Granny knows that Trulie’s future is rooted in the past. She weaves a web of half-truths and convinces Trulie to jump back, but Trulie is of the mind that she will shortly return to her current time period. She has let her life become fairly boring and Granny feeds on that a little bit to get her to go on this adventure. Grey is the newly appointed clan chief. If you’re looking for a sometimes funny, light, easy read then this is the book. A different time travel slant.
Historical_Romance_Lover More than 1 year ago
This is book one in the Highland Hearts series. Trulie Sinclair knows that she is not of the current time period. Her grandmother brought her and her sister to the future so that they could get the medical attention they needed to survive. Convinced that it is Trulie's time to go back home, her grandmother talks her into accompanying her back in time. Trulie didn't count on meeting a rugged highlander that took her breath away. Gray MacKenna, never imagined that he would see a beautiful woman appear right in front of him. As attracted to her as he is, Gray just doesn't know what to think of Trulie. She is so different from the women of his clan. When Trulie helps him to find a murderer amongst his people, he can't help but wonder if he has found his one true love. This is my first book by Greyson and I will definitely be back. I love a good Highlander story and if it involves time travel, all that much better! I always love to see how a modern day man/woman will react to things they encounter in the past. Do they say things they shouldn't, talk about things that have yet to happen and other "out of time" things.  MHL also included the solving of a crime, which added interest to the story. I really enjoyed this story and can't wait for the next book in the series. Thanks go out to Random House via NetGalley for a copy of the book in exchange of an honest review.
romancwithabook More than 1 year ago
My Highland Lover by Maeve Greyson, is the first book that I have read from this author. I am not sure how I missed her before, but I will not be missing her books in the future. I love the cover of the book! It is bright, sexy, and inviting. Gray MacKenna's mother and father were recently killed in a horrific fire, and he is bound and determined to find out who is responsible for the fire. Now that his father is dead, Gray is the new chieftain of the Clan MacKenna. He is a fair and just leader of his clan, and all that reside within its walls. He doesn't have time for a woman or love. Trulie is clever, self reliant, out spoken, and is set on seeing to the well being of her sister and her granny. Trulie is also a time jumper. she was born in the 13th century in Scotland, but raised in Kentucky in the future by her granny. Her and her sisters lost her parents when she was a small child, and it was up to granny to see to their safety. Now she must leave them on their own to go back in time to Scotland to see her granny settled, and reunited with her true love. Trulie literally drops out of the sky onto Gray's chest. So beings their attraction to each other, and their relationship. I enjoyed the back and forth banter between Gray and Trulie. It was a breath of fresh air that Gray did not fight or hide his feelings for Trulie. He did exactly the opposite. There was heat between them, and the author made it known. I loved the secondary characters in the story. Granny was my favorite! She was a little cunning, a match maker, and extremely funny. She kind of reminded me of Granny from the Beverly Hillbillies TV show, except for she didn't run around threatening anyone with a shotgun. Then there is Kismet, Trulie's dog, her protector and constant companion. Coira, who is Trulie's maidservant, is a no nonsense kind of girl, and very outspoken. All of these character's together flowed quit nicely, and made for a humorous at times read. I enjoyed the paranormal elements in the story. Time-travel is one of my favorite elements in a story. You have Trulie that can sense what people are feeling, and sense their true nature. There is also 'the fire portal', which allows Trulie communicate with her sisters in the future. There was also the way that Trulie and granny time traveled that was different in this story. This plot moved along quit nicely. I was a tad confused in one or two places, involving Gray's parents death, but the author does a nice job of putting me back on the right track. There is a little danger, and suspense in this story. Just when you think a problem has solved, you get nudged in a different direction. Which makes a fun and wonderful read. If you enjoy a little time-travel, humor, and paranormal elements in your historical romance, you will enjoy this book. Sexual Scenes- Heat factor is a 3 out of a 5 Curse Words- A 3 out of 5 *I received a free ARC on behalf of the publisher in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions in this review are my own.
JoyceHays More than 1 year ago
There was so much of the story given away in the reviews I no longer see any reason to purchase the book. Reviewers, please keep in mind that giving away that much of a story does not help the author. Even though the book is only 99 cents, I won't be purchasing it because too much was given away by reviewers. My apologies to the author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I cant stand reading the entire story IN A REVIEW!!! Guess i can just save the $ : (
Raina0 More than 1 year ago
excellent and super with great idea.
snaggelpuss71 More than 1 year ago
This is my new favorite series. I am so in love with this book, I want to read the next book already. After a fright of a vision in the middle of a road, and the ensuing events. Trulie decides it is time to go back to her century she was born in. Unbeknownst to her someone or someones has set these events in motion and now it is up to Trulie to fix it. But as she looks for this evil person, she begins to fall for Gray. He has had to endure to much and when this evil entity tries too kill gray she has to save him. This story is filled with a wonderful love story, but with love sometime also comes loss. And when that happens have your tissues ready as it was heartbreaking and had me in tears. It will be up to Gray to help Trulie overcome this so they can find love together. I hope you enjoy this book as Much as I did. If you do like this book, please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it when you do, they value your opinions too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Time travel is my favorite romance genre. This was one of my strongly suggested reads. It was a grabber...
LoriC5 More than 1 year ago
I always forget how much I love a historical romance until I read one! This book takes the historical and modern and twists them together in a really unique way. It’s very difficult to write stories that root in time travel, but this author did a wonderful job. It was fun, interesting, and very creative! Trulie is a time runner, a skill passed down to her and her sisters, from mother to daughters. As a child, her grandmother jumped ahead with her and her three sisters to save their lives after the death of their parents. So, although she has visited many eras with her grandmother, she has essentially grown up in the 21st century.  Her Granny, oh Granny. She is hysterical. This book would not be anything without this character. She is every stereotypical personality of the meddling grandmother and yet, she is not cliché at all. She adds a lot of laughter to the story and I loved her! Granny knows that Trulie’s future is rooted in the past. She weaves a web of half-truths and convinces Trulie to jump back, but Trulie is of the mind that she will shortly return to her current time period. She has let her life become fairly boring and Granny feeds on that a little bit to get her to go on this adventure.  Gray is the newly appointed Chieftain of his Highland clan, the MacKennas. His mother and father recently dies in a horrific fire and he has not only been given this huge responsibility (as the illegitimate child of the previous Chieftain), but he is saddled with his father’s venomous widow and her sniveling weasel of a son. He is fixated on finding out who the culprit is that caused the deaths of his parents.  When Trulie comes flying through time and literally falls on top of him, life takes a sharp turn into a new direction. All of the sudden, he has an additional focus, to claim Trulie. Gray is easy to read about, an easy character to love. He is loyal, loving, strong, and passionate. He balances the tough and the sweet in a very smooth way. His sarcasm just adds to his attractive picture.  Trulie is almost as much fun of a character as her grandmother. Together, they are a force to be reckoned with, their wit, intelligence, and magical talents bring together a duo that will have you smiling and shaking your head at the same time. Some of their schemes are very quirky and had me giggling, but they are always made with common sense.  Gray’s more stoic personality is in sharp contrast to Trulie’s at times, but that’s a lot of what makes them fit so well together. Trulie brings out the humor in him. The passion rages between them and I had to go and grab a fan to finish the book! The author does a really nice job of keeping you guessing. Even when you learn who the culprit is, even if it happened to be the person you expected, there are still surprises in every corner. The story unfolds in a web, but I was never lost in it. The author even throws in some pretty heavy angst at times, and yet keeps the story on the lighter side so that the sadness doesn’t get you down.  I very much enjoyed this book and I look forward to the next book in the series! I’ve certainly added more of this author’s books to my TBR. It was a fun and engaging book, with adventure, love, and steamy romance. The story never drags, so it’s a pretty fast read as well. 4 Stars!! 
Justpeachy1 More than 1 year ago
Maeve Greyson brings readers the first book in her new Highland Heart's historical time travel romance series, My Highland Lover. Reader's who love historical romances, but also love the paranormal will fall in love with this kind of romance. There is a little bit of time travel, a little bit of magic and even a little bit of murder. Greyson's sense of imagery and descriptive prose is wonderful. Reader's will feel as though they have been transported right along with the heroine, Trulie into 13th century Scotland. A great start to a new series! I love Scotland, sooo much! I love the place, I love the legends. I love movies about it. But, I especially love books about it. When an author gets it right when it comes to Scotland, I feel very satisfied for them. The Highland spirit is sometimes very hard to capture on paper and I think Maeve Greyson did a wonderful job with that. From the Scottish brogue to the authentic setting and customs, Greyson proves that she did her homework. And reading it made me like Scotland even more. Trulie isn't really a true Kentucky girl, but I did love the fact that Greyson's modern day setting was in my home state. As a heroine Trulie didn't strike a perfect cord with me, she seemed a bit reluctant to return to the 13th century but she eventually grew on me. I thought Greyson's time travel elements were unique and well drawn, not your average time machine for sure. Trulie was a good match for her Highland hero when she finally got used to the idea. Gray was pretty amazing. I loved the way he talked, the way he acted and just about everything about him. The mystery surrounding the death of his parents added a different layer to the story and I think Greyson did gave readers more than just a romance here. Gray was a very sexy hero and the intimate moments he and Trulie share together were sultry and passionate. He was a good leader to his people and he proved he could go with the flow when a girl drops out of the sky and practically into his lap. Bottom Line: This was a very well written Highland romance, with the added mystery surrounding Gray's parents and the time travel elements. There was something here for a lot of different kinds of readers. Mystery, romance, paranormal elements, Greyson gives us all of them and more, even a little bit of humor coming from the matchmaking efforts of Granny and her friends. This was a great start to a new series!
RitaHMS More than 1 year ago
I love Trulie! She is so great and such a strong character. She has found her place in this century and doesn’t want to leave so you can imagine how angry she is when she finds out that her grandmother has lied about her reasons for pretty much forcing her back to the thirteenth century. I also love what happens when she gets there! When Trulie and her grandmother land in the thirteenth century is to the line “It’s raining women!” I am not making that up! Gray is very a very typical Highlander and falls in love with Trulie. However there are things that she tells him that could change all of that yet when the moment to finally choose comes it is Gray who has to convince Trulie. The story is really great! There is plenty of romance but also some intrigue with Gray and Trulie hot on the trail of a murderer. I received  an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.
Khulood More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! The story is gripping, and I read it in one day. I was even reading it a doctor's appointment and got annoyed when they called me in lol. Trulie Sinclair comes from a family of Time-Travelers. And as the oldest female, she has multiple powers including reading people and healing! She lives in present-time Kentucky, but was born in 13th century Scotland. Her grandmother convinces her to leap with her one last time into the past. Enter, Gray.. A manly-man Highlander, who became the chieftain of his clan after the death of his parents.  There are lots of events in this book, sometimes I felt there were a little too many, but that didn't take away from the enjoyment of the story. 4.5/5 stars. *This arc was kindly provided by Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!
celticmaggie More than 1 year ago
I discovered this book is really different. Maeve has given us a story line with a BIG punch. Believe that this story can go anywhere-literally! Now we get to meet Granny, Trulie and her younger sisters- today.  In a few days Granny and Trulie will time jump, yes I said time jump. They will end up in the 13th Century in Scotland. Here is where Gray comes in. Spoilers here. Gray' s parents died in a fire. He has to deal with Aileas his stepmother and her wimpy, bully son. Gray is illegitimate and her son isn't. But the Clan made Gray the Laird. Spoilers. Trulie has several powers but she mostly uses reading other's thoughts and feelings. She and Aileas really don't get along. Gray and Trulie fall hard for each other and he wants to protect her by marrying. Super Big Spoilers here. If you like Scotland this is a good story. I even used a few tissues. It is a good paranormal story too. Please give this 1st book of a series a chance and enjoy reading it! I have this book for an honest review for NetGalley.
Mirabelle8 More than 1 year ago
Fantastic tale of time traveling! I love stories that go back in time, they are so much fun to read. I really enjoyed My Highland Lover, it was sweet, filled with romance, magic and mystery. Maeve Greyson unleashes a thrilling tale of magic and desire as a feisty Southern gal falls into the arms of a rough Highland chieftain. Trulie Sinclair is the proprietor of a homeopathic store in Kentucky! She was born in Scotland in the thirteenth century to a line of time-traveling Highlanders. Her grandmother, Nia Sinclair, wants to return to her Scottish roots and insists that Trulie come with her. She has special magic gifts, such as getting a glimpse of the future or the past through out visions. So, from the twenty-first century, present time, they both time travelled to meet their destiny. And soon, falls into the arms of Gray, the new chieftain of the MacKenna clan. Follow Gray and Trulie's fantastic journey along with characters Nia, Tamhas, Colum and Chloe, who makes a surprise appearance. A great paranormal romance to please everyone! Looking forward to reading My Highland Bride, Colum and Kenna’s story! Thank you Random House and NetGalley for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like this author and look forward to her future stories. Is there an email list I can get on? Not my #1 favorite book of all time but in the top 10% of the hundreds I have read in my life. I will remember this author's fresh characters. Unusual for me to comment. My favorite 'by other authors' book titles inlude 'Forever Amber' by Kathleen Winsor that I read in 1971 when I was pregnant with my daughter Amber. I also am a fan of the 'Oulander series' by Diana Gaboldon that I only started reading in the last few years while recovering from a surgery in 2008.
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It kept me interested.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very interesting twist on time traveling family! Cant wait for the next book!
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An intriguing storyline that started off great and then turned to meh. Probably worth a read, but not a story worth revisiting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I do not normally read paranormal books but because this was of Scotland I chose to read this one and am so very glad I did. An awesome read and worthy to have in your library. Thumbs up to this author and this book!