Healing the Highlander (Daughters of the Glen Series #7)

Healing the Highlander (Daughters of the Glen Series #7)

by Melissa Mayhue
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Healing the Highlander (Daughters of the Glen Series #7) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 56 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Hybrid Fae-human Leah Noble fled the twenty-first century breeding program of the Nuadian Fae who tortured her by doing what she thought is her only chance for a haven; going back in time to 1293 MacQuarrie Keep where Grandma Mac takes her in. Leah assumed she would be safe back in time. However, by 1305 her assumption proves false when Richard MacQuarrie lives up to his nickname of Dick by promising her in marriage to a nasty Englishman. Leah flees again but not in time. This time she seeks shelter with the MacKiernan clan who has Fae blood. However, when she falls into a loch, severely injured Highland warrior Andrew MacAlister rescues her. Her tumble into the water costs her the map and letter she needs to obtain a welcome from the MacAlister clan. Andrew escorts her even claiming she is his wife when her enemy catches up to them. The latest Daughters of the Glen historical fantasy romance (see A Highlander's Homecoming, A Highlander's Destiny and Soul of the Highlander) is a warm entertaining time travel tale. The lead couple is a wonderful pairing as each needs the other to heal from physical and emotional hurts. Although the story line is more linear (even with the heroine going back several centuries) than usual for this enchanting series, fans will enjoy Melissa Mayhue's magnificent seventh saga. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
4 star
Jetches More than 1 year ago
I know, I know. I skipped two in the series, but I was in the mood of a Highlander historical novel and I really wanted to see what these boys were up to. And, of course, Melissa Mayhue hasn’t failed me yet. I loved coming back to these characters and catching up. And then, there is Andrew and/or Drew. I really really like him hehehehe. He holds a lot of the same traits that other members of his family holds including their need to protect women and believing they are just not good enough. Oh, but Drew is. and Leah is different as well, she has gifts from the Fae as well, but hates them, and, of course, Drew needs some healing of multiple kinds. Being brought back to the Macalister keep and the world of the Fae I was sucked back into the romance that I’ve loved from the first book. There was some focus on the Fae and their gifts, but more on Drew, Leah, and the world that they are in. And I loved that.  Good: Drew—I really liked him. He doesn’t let anything hold him back. Well except for loving Leah—She’s fiesty Bad:  I’m not sure. I really enjoyed it and the character, but maybe a little bit more romance would be cool. Otherwise I have no arguments Overall (Writing style, story line, and general): Overall, I love this series! I love me some highlanders and Melissa Mayhue knows how to deliver. It was easy to follow and filled with humour, adventure, romance, and some great characters.
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Awesome series
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jenmurph21 More than 1 year ago
Another great book in the "Daughter's of the Glen" series. A sweet romance with magic and paranormal mixed in. This time it's the woman's turn to be stubborn! Love this series.
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