Sword of the Highlanderby Cynthia Breeding
She certainly didn’t sleep well. Cassidy opened one eye slowly as sunlight drifted in her window. The Highlander was still there, sitting in the chair with his eyes closed, the great swords crossed
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The sword of Niall MacChumail, the Great Féinn, ends up in a costume shop in Haight-Ashbury and Niall crosses centuries to reclaim it.
She certainly didn’t sleep well. Cassidy opened one eye slowly as sunlight drifted in her window. The Highlander was still there, sitting in the chair with his eyes closed, the great swords crossed over muscular thighs. Not a dream then. Her body felt hot, unsatisfied, and needing to be touched. She didn’t remember ever waking up to her fiancé with this longing ache…but Aubrey was an intellectual who compartmentalized his life. He would probably laugh at her if she tried to describe every nerve ending tingling…waiting…wanting to be touched.
But then, how many women in the twenty-first century woke up to find a medieval warrior in their bedrooms?
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It is only 39 pages. Just saying.
Although it's very short, it did make me want to read more by this author.
Stop all this short book trying to get to buy into their other books. Lets try and go back like a time traveler. Just a great novel.......stop these novellas and very short stories. Also, give us how many pages the book is......
This is short even for a novela. I should have looked before i bought. Would make a good story if it was was 250 pages longer