Integrity Taylor has regained possession of her ancestral lands - and inherited a whole host of new problems. The spectre of what really happened to her parents is casting a shadow over everything while Fomori demons are being sighted up and down the Highlands. It doesn't help that Aifric Moncrieffe still seems determined to see her dead and emerald eyed Byron remains stubbornly blind to his father's true nature.
Integrity is determined to stay in control of her own destiny, however, even if it means confronting the darkness across the Veil yet again. And at least she's still got a sense of humour...
This is the third book in the Highland Magic series.
About the Author
Saskia Maarleveld is an experienced audiobook narrator and voice-over actress based in New York City. Raised in New Zealand and France, she is highly skilled with accents and dialects, and many of her books have been narrated entirely in accents other than her own.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
If you have not read this charming series by Helen Harper, you are missing out! Integrity, a name that is somewhat of an oxymoron, as she is a former thief, has lived up to her name and shown that she exudes both integrity and honor. She is determined to claim Clan Adair's land, and to clear her father's name as the murderer of his clan. At the end of Honour Bound, Integrity loses the Sidhe games, but wins the prize when her crush, Byron awards her the prize he has won. Veiled Threat revolves around Integrity claiming her land, and honoring the agreement to collect the bones of one of their clan out of the Lowlands. Byron arrives to help her even while still not believing her claim that his father killed hers. There are a few surprises, mixed in with misadventures and a romantic tease, but essentially this novel is a prelude to the final installment, Last Wish due out December, 01. I am eager for Byron to finally believe the truth about his father, but at the same time I dread it. It breaks my heart to think of a son's love and trust in his father will be destroyed. I do look forward to the fulfillment of all that chemistry between Byron and Integrity, but wonder if the cost is worth the reward.