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Highland Dragon
     

Highland Dragon

4.0 161
by Kimberly Killion
 
A desire that defies all limits. . .and a love that was meant to be. . .

Scotland 1502. Akira Neish has been raised as a peasant, her belly often empty and her family subject to the cruel whims of her clan's laird. To the clan's children, the horned shaped birthmark she bears means she is a witch. But she is neither peasant nor witch--and now the man who

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A desire that defies all limits. . .and a love that was meant to be. . .

Scotland 1502. Akira Neish has been raised as a peasant, her belly often empty and her family subject to the cruel whims of her clan's laird. To the clan's children, the horned shaped birthmark she bears means she is a witch. But she is neither peasant nor witch--and now the man who knows the truth has returned to claim her for his own.

Calin MacLeod has kept Akira's secrets and to avenge his father, the sensual young laird must marry her. He is more than a match for the fiery nature of the woman he adores. Yet the passion they share--and truths that can no longer remain hidden--could rip all of Scotland apart. . .

"Fascinating. . .well-crafted romance. The appeal of Killion's characters comes from their honor, intelligence and humanity." –Romantic Times, 4-star review

Editorial Reviews

myfoolishwisdom.blogspot.com
Raise your hand if you love men in skirts.........OK, OK kilts! Does it really matter? They are all sexy as hell and I do adore a brutish alpha male with a sensitive heart in a kilt. Oh and that lovable Scottish brogue. How can I contain myself. Well, it was hard I tell you, damn hard reading HIGHLAND DRAGON by Kimberly Killion, because I fell in love. In love with a wounded Scottish Highlander with a heart of gold, a heart that has been tormented by tragedy and death and war so much loss. A Scottish Highlander who's heart is under lock and key due to being blinded by his quest for vengeance of his father's death. A Scottish Highlander who is now the MacLeod Laird and must protect his clan more than ever against a tyrannical and murderous Beast. A Scottish Highlander who falls in love unexpectedly and allows the steel cage his heart has been locked away in to shatter and break free as he discovers life and love have more value than his vengeance. There is something to live for and her name is Akira, Akira Neish. I was so excited when I finished this book because it was just THAT good, it has taken me a few days to right this review and gather my thoughts. I truly loved it so much that I feel like I want to tell you EVERY detail so you too can fall in love with Akira & Calin. And I know you won't regret adding it to your TBR List.
singletitles.com
Strong characterizations and a totally gripping premise will draw you into this remarkable story, but it is the interaction between the hero and heroine which keeps you devouring every word. Kimberly Killion has crafted a most satisfying story set in early sixteenth century Scotland featuring the spirited individuals who lived and loved during this turbulent period in history.
—Amelia Richard
heathersreadingromance.blogspot.com
I hate comparing books and authors, but for some reason I feel I just have to with Highland Dragon and Ms. Killion. I would have to say that any fan of Lynsay Sands historical romances will love this book. Highland Dragon brought to mind one of my favorites, The Brat.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781420104417
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
10/01/2009
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)

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Meet the Author

RITA® nominee and award-winning author, Kimberly Killion, writes sexy Medieval romances for Zebra Books. Her gorgeous, dramatic novels have the sweep and intensity of Hannah Howell's megaselling Scottish romances. She is quoted by RT Book Reviews as an author who writes "captivating romance with excellent pacing and characters who are honorable, intelligent and full of humanity." Please visit her website at kimberlykillion.com

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Highland Dragon 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 160 reviews.
JenMcG More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book. I do not read romance novels a lot, but this one and her previous book "Her One Desire" were amazing. I am a fan already and CAN"T wait until she releases another novel. I recommend this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This author is new to me and I can't praise this book enough! There isn't a cliffhanger and the author includes an epilogue a few years in the future - which I loved. So much goes on in this amazing story. I am not going to repeat the premise of the story, but the author pulls you in so quickly and you'll feel a connection to all the character's. The beginning is so unique that it tugged at my heart and never let go! You will feel drained, because this story contains so much suspense, intrigue and twists. There is passionate lovemaking that felt perfect. Please offer a bundle deal so more people can enjoy your talent. (Ljb)
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I want to hear more about this family! How about Isobel and Jaime's story?!?
M-Miles More than 1 year ago
I thought the story was a bit predictable with familiar Highland romance tropes, BUT the hero is sooo sweet and romantic I can forgive the author for that. The heroine, at times, got on my nerves and I had a hard time believing she could go from innocent virgin to sex kitten in a scant amount of time the story takes place. The initial love scene left me wanting but the author makes up for it later in the book with some scorching romance between the H/H. The ending was truly romantic and wrapped up all the loose ends nicely. Despite the highs and lows of the story, the writing is solid and overall an enjoyable read.
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I felt the writer spent more time trying to put violence in this book. I actually found it depressing and very stressful. I read books to uplift my spirits not to drown myself with despire. Rape or any torturous violence is something I don't like to read about. The brief summary deceived me. If I had known this book was written so poorly and vile I would've moved along and not consider this book.
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