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Return of the Highlander

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2006

    terrific paranormal romance

    The Fiosaiche Gaelic sorceress awakens The Black Maclean, Chieftain of Fasail, from his two and a half plus century death sleep to give him a final chance to correct his arrogant deeds that led to so many dead. He last walked the earth in 1746, but now finds metal monsters moving at incredible speeds and his Highland Castle Drumaird in ruins. No one sees him, but he observes all and wonders how a ghost can correct the past. --- Arabella ¿Bella¿ Ryan and her boyfriend Brian reside in Drumaird Cottage while she researches the Black MacLean for a historical book she is writing. However, , her obsession over Maclean drives Brian away though she feels it was more her increasing assertiveness from scholarly mouse to roaring lioness that sent him off as she refused to listen to his criticism of her any longer However, she becomes concerned when she begins to see the Black MacLean in her dreams. As he tries to obtain her help, they begin to fall in love with her assuming he is her fantasy lover and he believing she is his salvation. Can a born again with passion ghost and a recently converted to self-assurance mortal find the path to happiness perhaps with the matchmaking seamstress skills of a Fiosaiche. --- The first Immortal Warriors tale, RETURN OF THE HIGHLANDER, is a terrific paranormal romance that uses elements normally seen in a time travel tale to tell the story of the redemption power of love. Bella and Maclean make a delightful star-crossed couple who fall in love, but both know that in spite of their haunting one another there is no future. Readers will treasure Sara Mackenzie¿s first-rate novel that makes believers out of us skeptics who scoff at the PASSIONS OF THE GHOST --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted September 22, 2013

    I loved this book! It is a Scottish romance story and deals with

    I loved this book! It is a Scottish romance story and deals with Scottish history, time travel, and magic. I recommend this book, especially if you like reading historical romance stories.

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  • Posted May 6, 2010

    Wonderful

    I really enjoyed this entire trilogy but this by far was my favorite. The author did such a great job in describing the setting that I truly felt as if I had been transported to Scotland. I was hooked after just the first chapter and read the book in record time. I did not read the trilogy in order and I really didn't see that it mattered all that much except to say that in the last book the author did reference the first two couples from the previous books and I did not pay too much attention at the time. I could see where the author could continue this series and am hopeful that maybe she will. These were fun books to escape in...a little romance, mystery and time travel...what more could you wish for!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2007

    A reviewer

    In the first of the series, Sara did an excellent job with the historical references, the plot and the characters. After reading all three, this one is my favorite.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2006

    A Wonderful Story

    I thoroughly enjoyed this well written book! I recommend this book to you if you enjoy Scottish romance/time travel/magical. Wonderful characters!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2006

    Incredible story

    This is a wonderful story. For those who are looking for more then just a romance. This one had me on the edge of my seat. It's a tale of a true hero and heroine. I am always looking for a good author and I've found one in Sara MacKenzie. I can't wait to read more of of her books.

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