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Much Ado in the Moonlight (MacLeods Series #5)

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  • Posted June 10, 2009

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    Must read Much Ado

    I love Lynn Kurland writings and this book is as great as the other books she has written that I have read. It gives you ghosts and time travel, all in one book and I wanted so to step into the book and be a part of it. I love the characters and the description of the Scottish landscape. I will read it again in the future, so I can visit the past. I LOVED IT ! ! So will you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2006

    Fun & Entertaining but not for newbies!..

    The latest Romantic fantasy book from Lynn Kurland. The story is about Victoria McKinnon who was a sister of Thomas McKinnon (appeared in LK's previous book, 'My heart stood still'). Victoria is a fun, spirited young woman with determination. Her sister, Thomas had lent her an old english castle for her new show, Hamlet. One thing Thomas didn't tell her was, along with a perfect set for 'Hamlet', came a whole garrison of medieval ghosts!. On the top of that was Conner McDougal, a new laird of the keep who took one look at Victoria and decided he wanted her for his own rather than scared her away from his castle. The storyline was mainly about how the relationship grew between Victoria and the handsome ghosty laird.. and finally Victoria set out for a quest trying to be with a man she loved. The book is every entertaining if you're familiar with LK's previous works.. although I must say, it a little lacks of some charms just like we saw in LK's 'Stardust of yesterday' or 'A dance through time'. However, if you never know Lynn Kurland and just browsing around for something fun to read, just don't buy this book.. at least.. not yet. It can be very confusing when stands alone, with all the older characters from her previous book popping up. But if you want to try, I recommend you to start out with, at least, a couple of LK's previous work especially, 'A Dance through time' and 'My heart stood still'... and a couple of her novellas if you can find it, until you get a grip of what's going on which will ensures you the maximum entertaining... But by overall, although it's not the best of Lynn Kurland, it's still a good company for your resting day.

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  • Posted April 25, 2012

    Good book, but not Lynns best

    I was expecting much more from the story of Connor and Victoria. After reading Jennifers and Nicks story I was anxious to read this one. Although it was good, it just didn't have the action that I have loved in some of Lynn's other books. I also was hoping that Fellini would get what was coming to the scumbag! I did enjoy seeing Victoria's brother return in this book and Jamie MacCleod too. It is a good book and I enjoyed it as I have with all of the Lynn Kurland books.

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