To Weave A Highland Tapestry

To Weave A Highland Tapestry

by Mary Morgan


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Patrick MacFhearguis, hardened by battles won and lost, desires what he can never have-peace within his heart and soul. Yet, the ever-meddling Fae weave a new journey for him to conquer-a task this Highlander is determined to resist. When skilled weaver, Gwen Hywel, is commissioned to create a tapestry for the MacFhearguis clan she embraces the assignment. While seeking out ideas, she finds herself clutching the one thread that can alter the tapestry of her heart and life. A man conflicted by past deeds. A woman with no family of her own. Is it possible for love to unravel an ancient past in order to claim two badly scarred hearts? Or will the light of hope be doused forever?

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ISBN-13: 9781509229079
Publisher: Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 12/09/2019
Series: A Tale from the Order of the Dragon Knights
Pages: 266
Sales rank: 549,448
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.56(d)

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To Weave A Highland Tapestry 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
CaroleBurant57 4 months ago
Mary Morgan weaves another magical tale with Patrick and Gwen's story. When Gwen finds herself 800 years into the past, not only must she accept that she's traveled back in time, she must also try to find out WHY and it all starts with a tapestry. Patrick is a Highland warrior who believes his family is cursed by the Fae and has hardened his heart towards ever finding love. When he meets Gwen, it's instant attraction but he fights it while trying to understand why she was sent to his time. I so enjoyed seeing some of the characters from previous books and this story is as well written as the others in the Dragon Knights series which I also thoroughly enjoyed. I received an ARC of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
NNLight 3 months ago
Gwen Hywel is a talented weaver and when she is hired by the MacFhearguis clan to create a tapestry, she’s thrilled. While on a ride around the property, she discovers more about a family curse and with a tug on a thread, everything turns black. She awakens in the past and must find her way back, somehow. But when she meets Patrick MacFhearguis, her heart is conflicted. Even though she yearns for her previous life, her heart craves to be close to him. Will she choose love and break the curse or will she turn her back on destiny? To Weave a Highland Tapestry is a beautiful holiday romance set in 13th century Scotland. The Fae are hard at work bringing together scarred souls, no matter which century they reside in. Gwen and Patrick are lonely yet will never admit it. When they first meet, they spar verbally but like most people, they are scared to fall in love. Past hurts rear their ugly heads and the couple must communicate better to overcome the obstacles. The romance is slow-burning but so worth it. I loved watching them dance together and apart towards their happy ending. The best thing about To Weave a Highland Tapestry, though, is the Dragon Knights and their families. I loved catching up with Adam and Meggie with their children in modern-day and all the Dragon Knights and their families in the 13th century. It was like a family reunion and I became part of the clans, at least for a little while. I also loved the medieval Mid-Winter traditions and customs Mary Morgan weaved throughout the story. It transported me back in time and I imagined pulling my husband into an alcove for a kiss. If you love time-travel romance with independent heroines and virile heroes, you’ll love this book. Fans of Outlander will love this one. Favorite Character/Quote: Gwen. From the moment she appears her honest reactions to everything she goes through rings true. Her time-travel adventure is impossible yet she’s experiencing it. Her lightness contrasts Patrick’s darkness and together they bring out the best in each other. One of my favorite Mary Morgan heroines. My Rating: 5 stars
georgia1 3 months ago
Prepare to be enchanted as you are taken on a journey through time that will spark your imagination and grip your heart! Mary Morgan, master storyteller pulls us into another tale of enchantment with visits from previous characters and new ones that were meant to be together. Patrick MacFhearguis, a strong Scottish warrior (*sigh*) is tired and weary from the past. Due to the "curse" of his clan, Patrick feels he cannot marry and subject a wife to it. Yes, his brother Adam had gone to the future and married and now had a son, but he was out of their realm. Gwen Hywel, 800 years in the present has a tie to the Clan MacFhearguis because she is commissioned to weave a tapestry of the family for Adam and Meggie his wife. But when she sees a yew tree with threed woven through it, she pulls it loose and her journey begins back to 1209 Scotland. Only to be set upon by three men, but luckily (okay yes fate) has Patrick and his two guards rescuing her, but Patrick is wounded. Thus the true journey begins!! Dragon Knights, time travel, angst, curses, fae magic and wonderful characters turn this into an extraordinary story as old as time! Loved it! I read this through booksprout. Lori D
FaeScot 3 months ago
This is time travel Scottish romance at it's best! Mary Morgan weaves a tale of Fae magic and healing love for the ages. Gwen Hywel travels through time to break the curse on the MacFhearguis' of Leomhann Castle. In present day Gwen arrives at Leomhann Castle to gain research on her commission to weave a tapestry for the castle from the owners Adam & Meggie MacKay MacFhearguis. She is trained in the old art of weaving after being fostered after her parents died. As she learns the lore surrounding the castle and the surrounding grounds she learns of an ancient yew tree. When she visits it with Adam's son Jamie she finds a golden thread wrapped around the tree. Jamie warns her to leave it alone unless she's willing to accept the consequences. She unravels it finding herself in the year 1209. Patrick MacFhearguis rescues her from agents of the English King John on his trip to bring home mead from the neighboring MacKays. As he's wounded they end up at Urquhart castle home of the MacKay Dragon Knights. And so begins the tale full of characters we have come to love and other 20th century women each brought back through time by the Fae for a purpose. We find Gwen is there to begin a legacy of love at Leomhann instead of the cursed suffering there. She weaves a tapestry with the family history pictured and leaves instructions to her descendants to present it to Adam & Meggie on the Midwinter Solstice of 2019. I voluntarily read an advanced readers copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.