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Daring The Highlander (2012)

by Laurin Wittig(Favorite Author)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 4
Montlake Romance
The Legacy of MacLeod
review 1: I haven't read anything by this author and was pleasantly surprised with this terrific book. Although this was the second book in the series, it was a stand alone book.It had intrigue, mystery, great characters and a marvelous writing style. The Scottish names and descriptions of things added a great deal to the story.Indicators of a good book are when I don't want to put it down, I feel as though I'm there and/or I don't want it to end. This book had all three in addition to remarkable characters. Great book!
review 2: I didn't like this book as much as the first one in this series. And since I mentioned the first book, let me just say that I hate that there was barely a mention of the characters from the first book. Only that they were married. I was hopin
... moreg for a bit of an update.The romance wasn't all that interesting. I liked Ailig and Morainn, but didn't feel any deep connection between them other than attraction. There weren't any stupid misunderstandings to keep them apart, and I did appreciate that.I enjoyed reading about the clan and Ailig's attempt to take over as Chief, more than reading about the romance. It just seemed to grab my attention more.I did think the issue with Ailig's parentage was a little too glossed over, it needed more of an explanation. I also wish (as I did with the first book) that there had been an epilogue. I like to see a glimpse of what comes after the HEA. less
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This was a second in a series. A fun read. Cheap download onto kindle. Historical fiction romance.
I enjoyed this book a little better than the previous book in the series.
Enjoyable traditional romance in a Scottish highlands setting.
A plotless waste of time.
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