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My Immortal Highlander

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    In 1509 Scotland in order to save their clan, identical twins Botham and Calum MacNachton must find wives who are not afflicted with the bloodlust that is destroying them. Neither has hope of finding anyone.------------------- ¿The Hunt¿ by Hannah Howell. Seer Kenna Brodie of Bantaluch must bring home the corpse of a MacNachton as demanded by her odious demanding but sly uncle or remain in exile. When she meets Botham, she knows she must kill him, but cannot as she is attracted to him he shares her deep regard. As they fall in love, they team up to fool her uncle.----------------- ¿The Rescue¿ by Lynsay Sands. Kidnappers abduct Sarra DeCourcey, but Calum rescues her. Apparently a rejected cruel suitor will do anything to force Sarra into marrying him. While Calum and Sarra fall in love, they must prevent her merciless adversary from taking her again.-------------- Though both siblings have fallen in love and want to marry their respective woman neither knows whether the chosen ones can save their clan.------------- This is a terrific two in one historical romantic fantasy that is a delightful follow up to the wonderful ETERNAL HIGHLANDER. The brothers are beguiling protagonists struggling with overcoming a curse by marrying the right women yet fall in love with two females in trouble who might not meet their requirement. Fans will appreciate the superb teaming up of Hannah Howell & Lynsay Sands as they deftly provide an entertaining tale.---------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2012

    Fantastic

    It,s good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2013

    First story better..................................

    Second story was slow getting started. The writer seemed a little distracted and rambled around in the beginning. I thought they'd never get out of the stupid cave. I've read LS before and this story seemed a little rushed for her. Maybe she was having an off day. Still I'd give the book a try when you feel like something light and quick. Both stories together around 238 pages.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2006

    Fabulous Read!

    My Immortal Highlander is a fabulous book. No wonder with the authors behind it. THE HUNT is Bothan MacNachton and Kenna Brodie¿s story. It¿s all about love and acceptance of ones gifts. While Sarra DeCourcey and Calum MacNachton¿s story, THE RESCUE was about fighting for what one loves. Both books were great and I¿d recommend it to anyone interested in romance.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2006

    4.5 Stars!

    This novel contains two stories set in Scotland, early sixteenth century. The first story is titled 'The Hunt' and written by Hannah Howell. Kenna Brodie of Bantaluch is a seer. Her uncle, wanting control of her people, sends Kenna on a quest to prove herself. She is to bring home the head and heart of a MacNachton. (The uncle never stated that the MacNachton had to be dead.) Kenna has no intention of completing the quest. However, Botham MacNachton meets her in a cave. ................. The MacNachton clan has a bloodlust. They can morph into beasts. In fact, Botham and his twin brother, Calum, are on missions to locate wives from outside the clan in hopes of saving their people. Kenna has no problem with loving both sides of Botham, neither the man, nor the beast. ................. The second story is titled 'The Rescue' and written by Lynsay Sands. This is Calum MacNachton's tale. Sarra DeCourcey had spurned a cruel suitor and ended up being kidnapped. Calum rescues her. They soon find themselves falling in love. Problem is that the spurned man refuses to give Sarra up. ................. **** An interesting blend of talents by two well-known authors. Though the authors' writing styles are quite different, they seem to compliment each other somehow. The male characters in their stories are able to shapeshift into catmen. (They even purr in their sleep, though they would never admit it.) Very well done and highly recommended to all who enjoy paranormal romances! ****

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