Highland Knight

Highland Knight

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by Cindy Miles
     
 

Bestselling mystery novelist Amelia Landry journeys to the Scottish Highlands to stay in a remote 14th-century tower, hoping to re-awaken her imagination. She finds the inspiration she seeks in the ghostly form of Laird Ethan Munro—who has spent six centuries trying to discover why he is neither alive nor dead.

Ethan senses that Amelia may be the one he has

Overview

Bestselling mystery novelist Amelia Landry journeys to the Scottish Highlands to stay in a remote 14th-century tower, hoping to re-awaken her imagination. She finds the inspiration she seeks in the ghostly form of Laird Ethan Munro—who has spent six centuries trying to discover why he is neither alive nor dead.

Ethan senses that Amelia may be the one he has been waiting for. Only she can uncover the truth behind the curse and free his heart...

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly

In the third novel from Miles (Into Thin Air), top mystery novelist Abigail Landry is suffering from writer's block. Seeking inspiration, she heads to a 14th-century castle in Scotland and soon finds that it's haunted by Ethan Munro and his five relatives: not ghosts, but 14th-century Scotsmen trapped between their time and the present who corporealize for one hour a day. Ethan needs Abigail's help to solve the mystery surrounding his situation and clear him of the murder of his wife in the past. As Abigail and Ethan fall for each other, they must avoid a vengeful spirit bent on killing Abigail out of jealousy, and the threat of losing each other if the mystery is finally solved. Spunky Abigail and typically gruff but warmhearted Ethan (and his rough and tumble kin) are sweetly entertaining. (June)

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780451224392
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
06/03/2008
Series:
Signet Eclipse Series
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Highland Knight 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
romance_lover1 More than 1 year ago
When I first picked out this book at the library I wasn't sure if i should get this book. But then I did. AND I LOVED IT. it took me a while to read it because of school but when i picked it up i felt like I was actually there in the book like i was the main character. I loved this book and recommend this book to everyone
harstan More than 1 year ago
Charleston, South Carolina writer Amelia Landry suffers for the first time in her successful career from writer's block. Desperate as her manuscript is due to her editor shortly, Amelia's personal assistant Zulia Tinkerly rents a remote Scottish house to help motivate her. Thinking inspiration by the historical tower like facility, Amelia loves the place.------------ However, Amelia is stunned to find Laird Ethan Munro and his brothers living in some form of in between realm. Every day at twilight, they enter the mortal realm in solid bodies for one hour. She introduces her hosts to all sorts of modern gizmos like TV, computers and iPods. However, Ethan becomes her inspiration for her next novel as she is falling in love with him. She hopes to uncover the truth about how he and his siblings were cursed, how to end it, and hopefully stay with her Ethan forever.-------------------- The extra fun in this wonderful paranormal romance is the reactions of the fourteenth century Highlanders to modern gizmos. Amelia and Ethan is a charming couple while the support cast enhances the well written story line. Readers will enjoy the antics between the twenty-first century Southern belle and the early fourteenth century HIGHLAND KNIGHT.------------ Harriet Klausner
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