Love Beyond Measure (Book 4 of Morna's Legacy Series)

Love Beyond Measure (Book 4 of Morna's Legacy Series)

by Bethany Claire

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BN ID: 2940149447503
Publisher: Bethany Claire Books
Publication date: 06/12/2014
Series: Morna's Legacy Series , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 223
Sales rank: 36,371
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Bethany Claire is the USA TODAY Bestselling Author of the Scottish Time Travel Romance novels in Morna's Legacy Series. They include Love Beyond Time, Love Beyond Reason, A Conall Christmas (A Novella), Love Beyond Hope, Love Beyond Measure, In Due Time - A Novella, Love Beyond Compare, and other series titles coming soon.

Bethany's love of storytelling has been a life-long passion. Even in her toddler years, she would sit down with anybody that would listen as she theatrically re-told the latest fairytale that had been read to her.

As she grew, she created stories of her own, but convinced it would serve her best to follow a "conventional" career path, she tucked them away and went off to college.

Fast forward four years and about six major changes later, she realized the stories simply were not going to stay tucked away. Months away from graduating with a degree in Elementary Education, and growing more miserable with every day that brought her closer to a career she truly didn't want, she finally realized writing was the only career that would make her happy.

So, one day in the middle of a summer education course, she got up in the middle of class and walked to the Registrar's office and withdrew from the university on the spot. Since then, she has devoted herself to writing full-time and is following her dreams.

Read more about Bethany at www.bethanyclaire.com

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Love Beyond Measure (Book 4 of Morna's Legacy Series) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really like this series. It is a little unusuall since the book is a first person account from the girl's point of view but the story lines are good. In this one the hero was loveable in the last book and was even better on this one. I thought the introduction of the evil witch was very unnecessary and made the end of the book feel rushed. The idea of a four year old seeing someone's neck breaking was also very disturbing. I just couldn't figure out the kid who had been acting like an adult all through the book will not run for help and lets himself to be kidnapped. Other than these issues at the end I like the books alot.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I so enjoyed returning to the Morna series! it was like greeting old friends. I hope we see more!
gleGE More than 1 year ago
I really love time travel books. Bethany Claire has done a great job on each book. I'm looking forward to reading the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great addition to the series. LOVE THESE BOOKS!! I highly reccomend this series to anyone who likes these types of books. You will not be disappointed!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good story and so is the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series
ElizaLeone3 More than 1 year ago
The Past Comes to the Present! Characters: Eoghanan McMillan & Grace Mitchell Setting: Scotland (Past/Present) Mature Themes: Sex & violence Recommendation: If you’ve liked the story so far, keep at it, they are still enjoyable and in this one you’ll see a lot more of Morna. Besides, Cooper is worth reading/listening to. Grace and Jeffery are parents to a charming and bright little boy, Cooper, but their love is not one of sexy negligees and candle lit dinners. Tell that to Grace’s father. To avoid her family's pressures Grace runs to Scotland and uses a new work assignment as her escape. When she gets to Morna’s Inn, things are not as they seems, but then… when ever is it with Morna? Love Beyond Measure was a little bit of a departure from the rest of the Morna series as the bulk of the story took place in the present in Scotland than in the past. This was also the first book where family was a main theme for the woman in the relationship. Yes, Brie had her mother, but for the most part she wasn’t in the same time. This dynamic and different perspective on family, paired with the longer modern day storyline was a welcome departure for the series as five books in, the series had the potential to become stale. Being able to see through Cooper’s eyes also helped to make this book stand on its own. It’s now a lot easier for Bethany Claire to fall into stereotyping or “easy” plot tricks, thankfully she didn’t. Grace and Jeffery’s relationship and how they interact with one another and Cooper would easily be difficult for a Scotsman from the past to not understand, but with Eoghanan’s familial history he is extremely understanding of it. Here’s where this plot point was handled brilliantly, Grace had no idea. Really, six hours in and Eoghanan finally tells her that he was adopted by the McMillan clan. It would have been an easy out to use that face when he initially meets Jeffery, but it didn’t happen and the book was stronger for it. All that good being said, this is book five in a series and it’s bound to have its weaknesses. This was the weakest in terms of the plot “climaxes,” in that the villain and the two main heartbeats of the story seemed rushed and as if they were after thoughts and add ins. There was also a lot more sex, too much, it was less about a deep emotional connection and more about instant-love and attraction, sad when the previous stories were so focused on strong women and Grace belongs within their ranks. One final criticism is Grace’s siblings. Throughout the book she mentioned she cares for them and loves them, but without hesitation and a thought to them she moves to the past with her kid, “father,” and best friend. Huh. Audiobook Review: Lily Collingwood’s Jeffery and Cooper are now on my list of all-time favorites! Cooper was child-like and adorable while Jeffery’s was gruff and american, a stark contrast to one another and the rest of the cast. Grace was still a generic woman as most of the American women have been. As usual, the recording quality was great with no hum or distortion and made the entire focus on the story.
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