A Highlander's Destiny (Daughters of the Glen Series #5)

A Highlander's Destiny (Daughters of the Glen Series #5)

by Melissa Mayhue
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Highlander's Destiny (Daughters of the Glen Series #5) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 46 reviews.
ParaRomanceluver More than 1 year ago
This is a really really good series. I have read it through twice now. I'm a huge fan of paranormal romance and I tend to lean towards the whole vampire scene but this was a nice break from that. I really got into the time travel with the highland heros thing going on. I espically love the series that interconnects all the books. The writer manages to finish up a story so you don't feel like you have to read all the other books but when you read each one the same people show up in them so you are able to connect them all. its like reading about a familys story through time and that made it pretty dang interesting. I would recommend this is a light fun read to anyone.
jenmurph21 More than 1 year ago
The fifth book in the Daughter's of the Glen series, this one is probably my favorite. The characters were real and believable, the plot was very well thought out and the bad guys were so evil you wanted them all to die. Jesse is a fine hero and Destiny compliments him perfectly. I love this series, and I loved this book especially.
jb70 More than 1 year ago
I received this book as part of Pocket Blogs Book tour but it has been on my TBR list for a while. This is Mayhue's fifth highlander novel. Of the five currently in print I have read four of them. That said, it had been a bit of time since I read them and the stories and characters from the other novels were a bit fuzzy to me. While you certainly do not need the background information from the other books to enjoy this one, it works quite well as a stand alone novel, I did find myself wishing that Mayhue would do just a bit more review of what had transpired previously. Destiny was a believable character. She was dedicated to finding her sister and using her gifts in anyway they would work to make that happen. She stayed true to her beliefs and did not let things like money or power influence who she was or what she was doing. She was understandably leery about believing in Fae beings. Jesse shows dedication to his job and is very closed off due to past hurts in his personal life. Seeing him interact and open himself up to someone else showed his ability to grow and change as a person. I love the idea of magic, about there being a little extra something out there in the world. Not so keen on the idea that some of that magic could be used for evil. Sometimes life can seem small and in some ways repetitive (how often can you fold laundry, wash dishes, grocery shop before it becomes hard to find the fun in the chore) but having a fun book to escape into at the end of the day gives me something to consider while doing less than intellectually challenging chores. Could magic really be out there? Does it hurt to pretend sometimes that it is? The adventure that Destiny and Jesse go on takes them to numerous states, two countries and even the world of Faeries. This was a fun romance to escape into.
harstan More than 1 year ago
As she tells fortunes at a Renaissance Faire to the scorners and skeptics, Destiny Noble is worried about her missing teenage sister Leah; who the cops label another runaway. Her visions she inherited from the father who abandoned her, Leah and their late mom lead to Jesse Coryell of Coryell Enterprises though she has little hope that this wealthy person, who she knows is her destiny, will assist the likes of her based on her paranormal "whims". Jesse has Fae blood flow inside him and has just come back from four months of training the Realm of the Faerie. He knows he is a protector of the mortal realm from rogue faeries. When he meets Destiny, Jesse believes she is concealing something from him, but first must kill faeries who attack them. Still he agrees to help her on her quest as she struggles with the visions that Leah was kidnapped by blonde killers who apparently want their blood. The latest Daughters of the Glen Highlander romantic fantasy (see A Highlander of Her Own, SOUL OF A HIGHLANDER, THIRTY NIGHTS WITH A HIGHLAND HUSBAND, and HIGHLAND GUARDIAN) is a wonderful charming entry. The lead couple makes the tale as they struggle with instant attraction and desire while under attack and on a rescue mission. Fans will enjoy Melissa Mayhue's fine tale as Destiny, unlike Jesse, needs to totally embrace her paternal heritage to save herself, her sister and her soulmate. Harriet Klausner
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Awesome series
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