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Tall, Dark and Kilted

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  • Posted May 10, 2010

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    Love these kilted ghost....

    This is the second book of Allie MacKay books that I have read. Went on line and ordered the rest of her books as soon as I finished "Some Like it Kilted". I have fallen in love with Allie MacKay's kilted ghost's. Her characters create such a visual that I actually find myself believing there really are Highlander ghost. I want to hop a plane to Scotland find me a Highlander. I love all of their ghostie tricks. And the romance is so to die for...I highly recommend ALL of her books. Can't wait to read the rest of them. Go for it and read all of her books....

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  • Posted February 7, 2009

    the mississippi belle

    have you ever read a book that craves your attention? just by looking at the cover and reading the back of the book and you know right then that this is the one for you! that is what i felt when i pick this book up. the cover will tell you about the book just by looking at it and knowing that it will blow your mind of what it has instore for you. I insist that ya'll go to the nearest bookshop and get this book!

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  • Posted October 30, 2008

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    an engaging urban romantic fantasy

    After her lover dumped her for an odious but wealthy replacement and her rival killed her jewelry business, Cilla Swanner left Yardley, Pennsylvania to spend the summer with her Uncle Mac and Aunt Birdie at their Scottish retirement home Dunroamin Castle. Cilla does not miss her ex even an iota and in fact feels relived, but she is worried that her family will lose the castle.<BR/><BR/>Hundreds of years ago, Scottish knight Sir Hardwin de Studely is hosting some important VIPs when a travel bard asked for hospitality. Fearing for the lives of his guests, he refused. The bard being a wizard cursed Hardwick as he is called by friends to suffer a different lover for eternity. Over the centuries, he has become disillusioned, but the Dark One gives him a chance for redemption if he avoids arousal for a year; if he fails he will please the darkest females. The problem for the now chaste Hardwick is his attraction to Cilla; who makes matters worse as she is falling in love with the ghost haunting her uncle¿s castle.<BR/><BR/>TALL, DARK, AND KILTED is an engaging urban romantic fantasy with a touch of a mystery and a terific twist in which Hardwick fled to the remote retirement home to avoid young women only to fall in love with the Sword of Damocles hanging over both his heads. The story line is brisk and breezy from the moment the ghost and the American meet and never slows down. With a strong cast, paranormal and human, fans will enjoy Cilla¿s Scottish adventure in love.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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