Faelan: A Highland Warrior Brief

Faelan: A Highland Warrior Brief

by Anita Clenney

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940015834826
Publisher: The Story Vault
Publication date: 11/09/2012
Series: Highland Warrior Connor Clan Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 118,696
File size: 342 KB

About the Author

NY Times and USA Today bestselling author Anita Clenney grew up an avid reader, devouring Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys books before moving on to mysteries and romance. After working as a secretary, a Realtor, teacher’s assistant, booking agent for Aztec Fire Dancers, and a brief stint in a pickle factory (picture Lucy and Ethel--lasted half a day)…she realized she'd missed the fork in the road that led to her destiny. Now she spends her days writing mysteries and paranormal romantic suspense about Secret Warriors, Ancient Evil and Destined Love. Anita lives in suburban Virginia, outside Washington DC, with her husband and two kids.

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Faelan: A Highland Warrior Brief 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Ixtel More than 1 year ago
I loved it so much that I re-read the first one. It made so much more sense having read Fealen first and then the second book. Faelan's characters was funny and dramatic. I could never imagine what it would be like to wake up 150 years later and find that everyone I loved is gone. But Anita Clenney brought out it perfectly. I cried when Faelan blamed himself for Liam's death. Faelan never forgave himself and you can see how it affected him as a man. The character development is something that I am very interested in and Faelan's character develops as a result of loosing his brother. Every decision he makes has to do with what happened when he 7 years old.
sportochick More than 1 year ago
Amazing explanation of Faelan as a child/young adult This book was written after Awaken the Highland Warrior but to be honest I felt that I already knew what Faelan would be like as a child/young man due to his caring, protective and chauvinistic adult character. In this book you get a real feel for how special he was at a child and all the responsibility he took on at an early age. As he grows up you get to walk through his life from his perspective. This book furthermore clears up some curious questions I had from other books in this series. I really enjoyed Nandor, his horse empowered by Michael as a protection while he fights the demon’s who is spiritually connected to him.  And even more intriguing is the romantic twist introduced while he was very young and who he meets in his dreams. You really need to read this book and feel Faelan’s loving support for family and other warriors in his clan. To see the full review visit my blog: sportochicksmusings.blogspot .com
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This says its a novella but it is over 200 pages long. It is well worth the read and it fills in the blanks to the story of faellen
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