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Highlander [NOOK Book]

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Luke MacRae has every reason to hate Lindsay and the dreaded English of Longshanks army. Haunted by the grueling death of his twin brother, Luke seeks revenge against those responsible. He gains the opportunity when a group of Lindsays are spotted near his keep. Among the captives is a haunting woman named Skye. Bearing the scar of an English blade across her face, Skye has her own reasons to detest the Lindsays. Widowed and barren, she was returning to her home when her group encountered Luke. She is held ...
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Highlander

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Overview

Luke MacRae has every reason to hate Lindsay and the dreaded English of Longshanks army. Haunted by the grueling death of his twin brother, Luke seeks revenge against those responsible. He gains the opportunity when a group of Lindsays are spotted near his keep. Among the captives is a haunting woman named Skye. Bearing the scar of an English blade across her face, Skye has her own reasons to detest the Lindsays. Widowed and barren, she was returning to her home when her group encountered Luke. She is held prisoner and when the ransom Luke demands is denied, Luke sentences her to servitude in his keep. Drawn together by circumstances and fate, Luke and Skye fight the passion and longing that their fiery encounters rile. Once they surrender to each other, completely, they face the demons that haunt them both and summon the courage and determination to conquer them.
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Editorial Reviews

Mary Adair
The author's research and attention to detail is apparent as she weaves a tail of clan pride and honor; of pain and healing, and a love to set any romantic's heart to flutter. The reader is drawn into the story by characters that are believable and endearing. I would highly recommend Highlander to anyone who enjoys history and, the artfully told, unfolding of a great love story.
Kim Gaona
Highlander by Celia Dunbar is a fabulously written historical romance. Hate and a taste for vengeance, consume Luke's soul until the day he captures his enemies widow, Skye of Macleod. Overwhelming circumstances throw Luke and Skye together and cause Luke to see her in new light. Will Luke let go of his desire to see his sworn enemy slain, in order to claim Syke as his heart's desire? Watch as Luke and Skye both fight the irrepressible craving two hearts long to fulfill.
Anonymous Reviewer
Throughout Highlander the writing is fluid, the storyline believable and the characters strong. Celia Dunbar is a poet with words, ingeniously showing everything ... an immensely satisfying, a well-written tribute to the historical romance genre.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000066546
  • Publisher: Hard Shell Word Factory
  • Publication date: 12/1/1999
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,225,126
  • File size: 248 KB

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  • Posted May 28, 2011

    Not disapointed at all

    Tragic but very sweet-- i felt every emotion and appreciated every triumph. Clever highlander and a wounded soul come together and find passion, belonging and joy. Good stuff, that.

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