The Highlander’s Touch

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  • ISBN13: 9781423341420
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

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A Warrior of Immortal Powers

He was a mighty Scottish warrior who lived in a world bound by ancient laws and timeless magic. But no immortal powers could prepare the laird of Castle Brodie for the lovely accursed lass who stood before him. A terrible trick of fate had sent her 700 years back in time and into his private chamber to tempt him with her beauty – and seduce him with a desire he could never fulfill. For this woman he burned to possess was also the … More >>

The Highlander’s Touch

5 Comments For This Post

  1. Adrienne Brammer Says:

    (…) This book has got to be the stupidist one I’ve ever read. This is supposed to be a romance book, right? The characters should fall in love, right? Granted, there’s always an immediate attraction, but somewhere along the line they fell in love and I missed it.
    There’s too much going on in the book. First there’s Robert the Bruce, then there’s a group of fairies, then there’s Duncan and Galan (where the hell did the redhead come from, and why does she matter?), the future is still going on without Lisa… Isn’t the book supposed to be about the “Highlanders’ Touch?”
    And the whole “bond” thing has got to be the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard of. And if the book has a conflict in it that supposed to be resolved, you can’t just change the future to fix it, it supposed to be worked out, like maybe Circenn bequeaths several million to the Stone family in 2000, and Lisa never has to pay the bills or something.
    And the hero’s not supposed to stay immortal. (…)
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. G. Siver Says:

    Yes, that’s right, great book. Purchased all 4 in 1 shot. Every one as good as the other. Waiting for next.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Heather R Swanson Says:

    After reading the Outlander series, by Diana Gabaldon, I went in search of other time travel, romance, historical, adventure novels. According to other reviews, Karen Marie Moning was another acclaimed writer worthy of reading. Well, sorry to disappoint Moning fans, but I was sorely disappointed. I couldn’t even read past the first chapter, it was so badly written. IF you like “fluff”, then this is for you. I, however, enjoy a well written, well researched, and well articulated novel, and one I can get my teeth into. I found this book, and others like it, …
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. vetchic Says:

    I am astounded that the average rating for this book is so high. The storyline is rushed, and the writing is poor at best. Most grade-school children could write with the degree of complexity that Moning has achieved with this work. If you are looking for quality romance (Diana Gabaldon, Judith McNaught, etc.) I advise you to avoid this one.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Anonymous Says:

    I have to admit this is one of the weirdest romances I have ever read. Not that I mind the time travel thing, truly I can be open-minded. It was just too strange, what with the themes of immortality and being able to change anything about anybody, the weird fairy things, etc. I felt it needed some more boundaries on reality! I just didn’t click with the characters.

    BUT – the sex was AWESOME!
    Rating: 2 / 5

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