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The Last Highlander [NOOK Book]

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Scotland, 1314: After the Scots reclaim Edinburgh Castle, Alasdair MacAuley only wants to celebrate. But the revels are interrupted by an old crone who claims the castle’s true owner is the legendary witch Morgaine le Fee. Dared by his fellow warriors to go meet the witch, Alasdair heads down a flight of stairs — and tumbles right into another century...

Scotland, 1998: American Morgan Lafayette is in Scotland to enjoy the history, not to ogle...
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Overview

Scotland, 1314: After the Scots reclaim Edinburgh Castle, Alasdair MacAuley only wants to celebrate. But the revels are interrupted by an old crone who claims the castle’s true owner is the legendary witch Morgaine le Fee. Dared by his fellow warriors to go meet the witch, Alasdair heads down a flight of stairs — and tumbles right into another century...

Scotland, 1998: American Morgan Lafayette is in Scotland to enjoy the history, not to ogle men in kilts. So when she stumbles upon a brawny man in a kilt, she is less than enthralled. She is certain he’s drunk for he claims Morgan is a powerful sorceress who has brought him to her magical kingdom! Despite her reluctance, she is intensely drawn to this handsome Highlander and the mystery surrounding him, a mystery that has the power to alter history — and her heart — forever...

This edition includes excerpts from THE MOONSTONE and THIRD TIME LUCKY.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014827034
  • Publisher: Deborah A. Cooke
  • Publication date: 8/7/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 332
  • Sales rank: 322,341
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Claire Cross is a pseudonym which has been used by Claire Delacroix for her time travel and contemporary romances. Claire also writes as Deborah Cooke.

The Claire Cross time travels have been republished as Claire Delacroix titles while the Claire Cross contemporary romances have been republished as Deborah Cooke titles.

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  • Posted March 16, 2014

    Great Ending! I have read a lot of Claire's books and this one

    Great Ending! I have read a lot of Claire's books and this one doesn't get interesting until over half way through, but oh so worth it. I will not go into the plot, as it has already been explained. But this is a cute Highlander story with a huge twists. When our story starts, a battle has been won, so don't expect a lot of action, because there isn't any. What you will find, is a love that builds. Very light on the lovemaking, so not the erotica type. I love the character of Alasdair a lot. At first I thought he accepted his time travel to easily, but he thought he was in a magic land of the witch. The ending is worth the slow parts, so enjoy. (ljb)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2012

    Time travel story with heart and soul!

    Great story! Claire has taken Scottish folk tales and wove them into her novel. It's a story of time travel from the 1300's to modern day and whether or not it returns to that time you'll have to read and find out. I loved it. I felt enchanted from the beginning. Give the story time to unfold, it's worth the wait.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2014

    Excellent

    Loved this book. Morgan was a little irritating in the middle but she figured out the truth and the last half of the book was really good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2012

    I Also Recommend:

    as alway's Delacroix delivers, another great read.

    as alway's Delacroix delivers, another great read.

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