A brave fifteenth-century Highlander fiercely devoted to his foster family, Hunter of clan MacKintosh can defeat any man in battle. Thanks to his fae gifts, he can read the intent of his opponents and guess their next moves. But when the faerie Madame Giselle sends Hunter to the present day, he stumbles into a staged battle and rescues a young knight—only to discover that the knight is a woman, and she’s anything but a damsel in distress.
Meghan McGladrey learned martial arts and sword fighting from her father, a time-traveling Highlander himself. To Hunter’s surprise, Meghan is as skilled as any knight. When both of them are pulled back to the fifteenth century, Meghan becomes desperate to return to her time. Hunter, who is pledged to another, begins to fall for the beautiful, brave warrior as they fight side by side against a common enemy. Now, he must decide which matters more: his honor or following his heart.
Exciting battles and intoxicating passion reunite in the third Novel of Loch Moigh from award-winning author Barbara Longley.
About the Author
Award-winning author Barbara Longley moved frequently throughout her childhood, but she quickly learned to entertain herself with stories. As an adult, she’s lived in a commune in the Appalachians, taught on a Native American reservation, and traveled extensively from coast to coast. After her children were born, she decided to make the state of Minnesota her permanent home. By day, she works as an elementary school teacher; at night, she devotes herself to writing contemporary, mythical, and paranormal stories. She holds a master’s degree in special education and loves teaching, though reading and writing are also her passions. Her titles include Heart of the Druid Laird; the Perfect, Indiana trilogy (Far from Perfect, The Difference a Day Makes, and A Change of Heart); and the other Novels of Loch Moigh.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a good story. It was an open book in that it didn't use gratuitous blood and killing. There is some but only when needed. There is a good bit of paranormal here. There is time travel involved mixing up lives. Hunter was returning from Europe in 1441. His granddam is a That he De' Dadann and she sends him into the future where he crashes a Ren Faire and returns with Meghan when he thinks the sword act is real. He vows to send Meg home but first he has to find his Gran again. Hunter was fostered and doesn't believe that makes him part of the family. There is a spoiler later in the story. He has vowed to marry a girl and now falls for Meg. There are a great lot of spoilers in this story. Barbara has put together a realistic story line. She has developed some very life like people into this story. I would recommend this book to Romance, Historical Paranormal readers. Don't pass this book up. You will miss a good read. Enjoy! I have this book for an honest review for NetGalley.