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A Highlander for Christmas (with Bonus Mini Tale) [NOOK Book]

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BONUS GIFT: A Shirley, Goodness and Mercy Mini Tale by Debbie Macomber!
"Christmas Angels in London" originally appeared in a London newspaper 16 years ago - Steel Magnolia Press is pleased to be the first to republish this short tale. You'll find it bundled right into this ebook.
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A Highlander for Christmas (with Bonus Mini Tale)

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Overview

BONUS GIFT: A Shirley, Goodness and Mercy Mini Tale by Debbie Macomber!
"Christmas Angels in London" originally appeared in a London newspaper 16 years ago - Steel Magnolia Press is pleased to be the first to republish this short tale. You'll find it bundled right into this ebook.
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A HIGHLANDER FOR CHRISTMAS (standalone Christmas novel set in the world of Christina's popular Draycott Abbey Series):

When Maggie Kincade arrives at Draycott Abbey, she finds it a safe haven from the dangers of her past. That is, except for the tall, sexy Scotsman who claims he's been sent to protect her. From the start, Maggie bristles under Jared MacNeil's piercing scrutiny--yet his every touch jolts her, heart and soul...

When an old danger stalks Maggie to the high hills of Scotland, Jared will move heaven and earth to keep her safe.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148864660
  • Publisher: Steel Magnolia Press
  • Publication date: 12/7/2013
  • Series: Draycott Abbey Romance , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 11,802
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted November 7, 2013

    A woman of rare passion When Maggie Kincade arrives at Draycott

    A woman of rare passion

    When Maggie Kincade arrives at Draycott Abbey, she is stunned to fell that the weathered stone walls offer a safe haven from the dangers of her past. The tranquil English manor soothes her troubled soul - until her peace is shattered by the tall, sexy Scotsman who claims he's been sent to protect her. From the start, Maggie bristles under Jared MacNeill's piercing scrutiny - yet his very touch jolts her, heart and soul.

    A highland hero with a granite code of honor

    Jared arrives at the hauntingly beautiful abbey under protest vowing this assignment will be his very last. But he is enchanted by the breathtaking American assigned to his care, for beneath her bravado he senses a woman desperately in need of help. Despite all his honorable vows, Maggie's bravery intrigues him and her slightest touch enflames his deepest passions. When an old danger stalks Maggie to the high hills of Scotland, Jared swears to move heaven and earth to keep her safe

    Enjoyed this book. Not as much as some of the Draycott Abbey series but still a good enough read. A light touch of the paranormal. Although one of these days I would like to track down the volume which explains why Adrian haunts Draycott and how it is no one ever noticed that Gideon seems to have lived for hundreds of years. Maybe Marston knows more than he is telling.

    I did have to say that the Draycott connection seemed forced to me. It just didn't seem to spring naturally from the story. Oh yes, Nicholas Draycott personally rescued our hero but that just seemed too pat, as if it was there solely to make this a Draycott Abbey book.

    Also have to admit I am getting sick and tired of the storyline where sex with the heroine cures all wounds of the hero. Do some women have a magic hoo haw?

    OTOH I have to say that Christina Skye's Draycott Abbey books are far more enjoyable to me than any of her historical novels where it seems that she seldom does any research. Her historical inaccuracies drive me nuts.

    I very much enjoyed the 3 magical sisters and look forward to meeting them again. I have not read that many of the Draycotts so I have no idea where they fit in with Adrian and Gideon.

    I received a free copy of the ebook in exchange for an honest review. It is now being called "A Highlander for Christmas."

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 12, 2014

    NOT YOUR USUAL PARANORMAL OR HIGHLAND ROMANCE STORY! Sometimes,

    NOT YOUR USUAL PARANORMAL OR HIGHLAND ROMANCE STORY! Sometimes, I had to go back and re-read part of the story, because so much was happening, with the paranormal, ghosts, etc. My heart tugged for Jared, what an trouble soul. There is HEA, but no epilogue, which I always love so you know what the future holds. There is some lovemaking, descriptive but doesn't happen a lot, but is very passionate. Just know a lot goes on in this story, so read carefully. I am not going into the premise of the story, as it has been explained, just read this unique storyline. (ljb)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 10, 2013

    I have to agree, Christina Skye's Draycott Abbey books are the b

    I have to agree, Christina Skye's Draycott Abbey books are the best of all her books. Her FBI and other historical series are not as engaging. However, Draycott Abbey books are well writen. I always have trouble putting down a Draycott Abbey book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2014

    Great story

    Love the seris

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  • Posted January 10, 2014

    Pure rubbish, a complete waste of time!

    This was an old fashioned bodice ripper, not worth the paper and print. I was so disappointed and had. Hoped for better. I would not recommend this book at all.

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  • Posted January 10, 2014

    A modern but magical story

    I don't usually read books about modern day romance but this book is full of magical intreague. A modern day artist facing the questionalable death of her father and his connection to missing gems has a chance to go to Scotland to become an artist. While checking her backround, Jared MacNiell is a Scotsman working for a very important friend using espionage. Jared is sent to watch over Maggie Kincaid to find out more about her father and missing jewels. There are some who believe Maggie has the jewels and so Jared has to protect her from those who would do her harm. He takes her to Scotland and puts her in a old Abbey where dreams and reality mix. A spark is kindled between the two that seems like it was born in the past. The men persuing Maggie drive them to hind in an old villiage filled with people who aren't what they seem they are. The people are ancient and bent on righting a wrong done to a couple from the past by helping Jared and Maggie find justice and love. A very intriguing story. It was fun to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2013

    Great book!

    This is a fast-paced, fun book. The characters are incredible, I'm glad I found this series.

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