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Highland Hunger

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  • Posted October 13, 2011

    "Highland Hunger" has 3 stories good enough to keep in my library.

    "Dark Embrace" by Hannah Howell is as good as all the other MacNauchton stories. They are a favorite of mine.

    "The Guardian" by Michele Snclair & "A Knight Beyond Black" by Jackie Ivie: both stories had me search for other writings by the 2 authors.

    Very few books make it to my library and rarely are all stories in an anthology worth keeping. These 3 stories are worth keeping! Bunny

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 7, 2011

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    These are three entertaining historical romantic fantasies

    "Dark Embrace" by Hannah Howell. Railbeart heads to a cave before the dawn when he hears men yelling witch. He rescues Una who says she was locked in a cage with three others. She explains the Laird took their blood, which healed injuries, and raped the women. He informs her she is a Lost One and will take her to his clan to get help to rescue the others. Rai tells Una he will woo her. -------------

    "A Knight Beyond Black" by Jackie Ivie. Iain explains to Tira she is his betrothed. He conceals he has waited three centuries for her to arrive. Her dad sold her marital status when she was born so the family could survive. Iain and Tira wed and head by yacht to his estate. Iain needs blood but only wants that of Tira. He gives her his blood and tells her he loves her. She becomes upset when she realizes what he did to her. ---------------

    "The Guardian" by Michele Sinclair. Moirae Deincourt has a limp from an assault that killed her grandparents. The gossips tell her the Guardian of Badinoch rescued a family from demons. She is surprised since she is the Guardian. Dorian learns his enemy Ionas seeks the white haired woman. A dozen men chase Moirae who kills several with her arrows, Dorian rescues her. As they fall in love he fears her blood will lead to war.---------------

    These are three entertaining historical romantic fantasies starring strong lead couples. Though I find it distracting, the Scottish accents add to the sense of authenticity. Although the support casts including the villains are weak as the format does not allow full development, sub-genre fans will enjoy these fun paranormal historical tales.------------

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted September 13, 2011

    I loved it

    loved the Hannah Howell story the others were good also

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