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Posted October 12, 2011
This Series captivated me from the beginning. I stumbled upon it completely by mistake when I accidentally hit free sample on my Kindle. Maybe I was meant to find it because after reading the first few free chapters I had to read the whole book. The combined elements of magic, history, and romance makes for an enchanting read. Heather has created an amazing story that feels so real. I fell in love with these characters from the start. Kennan and Serena have a blazing chemistry that dang near had my Kindle smoking. Each time they come close to acting on their passion something stops them, making for some delicious anticipation. Kennan's unwavering duty to his clan, while admirable, made me want to jump in the story and beat some sense into his stubborn hide. My heart aches for Serena as she struggles to understand why the man she loves is holding back. The book comes to a battle filled conclusion at Culloden which added even more reality to the story. I loved the backdrop of Scottish history and the fiery passion between the characters. The story flows well and the use of Scottish dialects make it come alive. I do hope my question of what the demons that threaten Serena and her sisters actually are is answered in the following books. I give "Prophecy" an amazing 5/5, it quickly became a book I will read over and over. If you liked the Outlander Series you might enjoy The Dragonfly Chronicles.
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Posted January 11, 2013
Beautiful story! Heather has an amazing ability to draw in the reader quickly and keep them captured to the very end!
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Posted December 31, 2012
Posted June 21, 2014
Wow, Amazing story. Could not put this book down. Loved it. One quote stood out to me."All I can do is hold ye, lass. Let me hold ye" Had me!!!!!! You have to read this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 6, 2014