With Every Breath (MacLeods Series #6)

With Every Breath (MacLeods Series #6)

by Lynn Kurland

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ISBN-13: 9781440639562
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 05/27/2008
Series: MacLeods Series , #6
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 74,061
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Lynn Kurland is the USA Today bestselling author of Stardust of Yesterday, A Dance Through Time, This Is All I Ask, The Very Thought of You, Another Chance to Dream, The More I See You, and If I Had You. She is also a contributor to The Christmas Cat, Christmas Spirits, Veils of Time, Opposites Attract, and A Knight’s Vow anthologies. A full-time writer, she lives in the Pacific Northwest.

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With Every Breath (MacLeods Series #6) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 68 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a really good read. The characters and the storyline are strong. Watching these two get back together after being separated is heartwarming and very endearing. One of Ms. Kurland's best.This is an amazing, sweet, exhilarating time-travel romance with some major, heart-strings pulling pain within it's exciting pages. "With Every Breath" grabbed me and took my breath away as I read about it's characters and their bumpy ride through time. This story is a beautiful romance about two people falling in love and then becoming separated by fate and time. The characters are likable and believable. I enjoy and love all of Lynn Kurland's excellent books and stories, but this one comes out on top of my list as a beloved favorite. The writing, story-line and plot are engaging and fun to read. This story captured my imagination and kept me on the edge of my seat all the way to it's satisfying and wonderful end. With Every Breath is recommended and goes on my keeper shelf right next to ALL of my other Lynn Kurland historical romances. Enjoy!   
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
kurland may have taken her numerous families as far as she dare and keep the ideas fresh but she at least provides the readers with a story that has lots of sexual tension but doesn't sell out to the lowest common denominator- sex for sex sake. As for the "Scottishness" thank God we didn't get some silly "canna/dinna" story set in the Highlands where they historically spoke Gaelic not Scots. That alone made this a great read.

A good read, well worth the time and money the reader will spend.
SD55 More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful series and a shame the whole MacLeods series is not available on the Nook. They are the kind of books you want to read over and over again.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 2005, American Sunshine Phillips is exhilarated to be staying in sexy Scotland in the cool late March rain she loves her stay and reconsiders returning to Seattle as that would mean leaving the Highlands she cherishes. As she lives in the witches¿ cottage on the MacLeod estate, she wonders how to extend her stay beyond the summer.--------------- In 1375 concerned Robert Cameron rushes into the Macleod witches¿ cottage to demand one of the occupants help his dying brother Breac. He reaches across time grabbing Sunny to assist his sibling critically wounded due to Robert¿s open fight with the backstabbing Fergussons. As he and Sunny fall in love, treachery sends the pair fleeing through the time portal, but they alight separately with her grieving her loss and he not remembering his fourteenth century life or his love. When they meet again, Sunny despairs because her Cameron fails to know her.-------------------- This is an entertaining time travel romance starring two stubborn likable protagonists who if they fail to open up will lose a chance for a loving relationship between them. The story line is fast-paced with the paradoxes of time adding to the fun of the tale. Sunny is terrific as she struggles to persuade Robert that the impossible is possible when love makes it happen.--------- Harriet Klausner
matilda575 on LibraryThing 2 days ago
I adore A Garden in the Rain, it's my favorite LK book, so I was excited to see Sunny's story and picked it up immediately. The thing is, this book is incredibly forced, inorganic and illogical, from the time Sunny spends in 1375 to the way she loses her money (explained in one paragraph in chapter 21--a total cop-out that sounds absolutely ridiculous), her virginity at age 33 (and boy is THAT trope getting old), and her complete and utter meltdown when "losing" the hero after knowing him for 2 weeks. What keeps them apart is Sunny being an idiot, basically. She has no fortitude and absolutely no desire to stand on her own once she meets Cameron (who is completely inoffensive and pleasant despite hints that he's got a surly overcoat. I like him well enough but he's not nearly developed at some of LK's other heroes). It's incredibly disappointing because in AGitR Sunny's a rock for Madalyn and she doesn't take anything from anyone. So contemporary women, listen up! It's okay to be a strong independent woman if you don't have a man, but be sure to save yourself for him when you do find him, and then become a slobbering mess of emotion so he knows how much you need him to survive. I've never been more disappointed in a book, because I wanted to love it and just couldn't.
jjmachshev on LibraryThing 2 days ago
Every time I read a book by Lynn Kurland, I'm reminded of why she's an author on my auto-buy list. Most of her stories fall in the 'time travel' genre and I just can't get enough of her MacLeod/de Piaget stories. She makes these stories seem plausible and probable...and that's no mean feat.Sunny is a great heroine. She's the MacLeod's witch and her herbal remedies are well-received by her family and neighbors, especially since many of those neighbors come from a time when the only medicine available was herb-based! Then comes a knock on her door. She's faced with a gorgeous Scot who she quickly realizes is NOT from this century. With a pull from his hand she's yanked over her doorstep and back in time.I want a Cam of my own. He's strong, yet can be so very gentle with Sunny. Even when she cannot save his brother, he's still determined to protect her even at the cost of his own life. Although at first he thinks she's daft with her tales of time travel, it's not long before he begins to believe...and when they are surrounded by enemies, he has a tough choice to make.I laughed, I cried, I didn't figure out 'the bad guy' til the very end. I found myself wanting to knock Cam into next week and then throw Sunny in his bed myself!! Now I have no choice but to reread the earlier books in this series while I wait for the next one to come out.
Mendoza on LibraryThing 2 days ago
The back of the book has a quote - Ms Kurland know how to deliver a heartwarming romance and remarkable charachters. I have to totally agree and for me, she is my favorite romance author. And I have read a lot of romances.With Every Breath is set, as her other romances, within the same set of perameters of her time-traveling Scotland and charachters from previous books. So, really, the premise is really just a variation of her many books. What keeps me coming back is her feel good charachters and the sweet romance. And this is coming from someone who owns more erotica and romantica that a person aught. It is her writing that I enjoy so much.In this latest addition to her Scotland romances we have Sunshine, sister to Madelyn who is married to Patrick MacLeod (another time-traveling medieval Scot) who knows about the hot spots through out the land that will take you back in time. Her threshhold is not one of them on the map but a Scot from the 1300's comes to her door to get her to help with an injured man and when she walks thru it she is back in time.Of course, the path to tru love is not quite smooth and flowery and there is much heart wrenching pain in the interm. And, admittingly, I wanted to reach thru the pages and shake Sunny when she first encountered Cam back in modern times. Just say something! Ask some questions! Talk to your MacLeod brothers! - - I kept telling the book. It seems that they were kept apart - or at least Sunny was kept in pain longer than was necessary.Sunshine and Cameron's story made me cry and smile and I anjoyed the entire ride.
Pattistreasures on LibraryThing 2 days ago
love lynn Kurland's work esp. the time travel. Sometimes the book was a little drawn out but in the end its all good. loved it!
Anonymous 8 months ago
I loved reading Sunshine and Cameron's story. What exciting adventures they had.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a Kurland junkie and have read all her books. I have read this one three times and enjoyed it each time. It has a wonderfully romantic Scottish laird and a lovely brave and vulnerable woman. Highly recommend this book.
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As always Ms. Kurland blends romance and time traveling adventure into a fantastic reading journey. I have yet to be disappointed in any of these series. I find that I recommend these books all the time. No one has been disappointed yet!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book! highly recommended!
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SageEyes More than 1 year ago
I had never read a time-travel book, but I loved books about Scotland. I "accidentally" bought this one and I am so glad that I did! It reaches out and touches your heart. Toward the end, I didn't want to read because I didn't want it to end. After this book, I was hooked and I have now read all of her books. None of them will disappoint!!
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Deanna89 More than 1 year ago
I'm 22, and I got this book from my mothers book shelf. I have to admit I'm one of those "judges a book by the cover type" so the scene on the front caught my attention. I never thought in a million years I would like a book about "time travel" let me tell you..I read this book 5 years ago, and STILL talk about it to this day. honestly one of my favorites :)
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