Kiss of the Highlander

Kiss of the Highlander

Book - 2001
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Gwen Cassidy had come to Scotland to shake up her humdrum life and, just maybe, meet a man. How could she have known that a tumble down a Highland ravine would send her plunging into an underground cavern — to land atop the most devastatingly seductive man she’d ever seen? Or that once he’d kissed her, he wouldn’t let her go? Bound to Drustan by a passion stronger than time, Gwen is swept back to sixteenth-century Scotland, where a treacherous enemy plots against them ... and where a warrior with the power to change history will defy time itself for the woman he loves....
Publisher: New York : Dell, 2001
ISBN: 9780440236559
Branch Call Number: F MON NVD
Characteristics: 396 p. ; 18 cm

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kbphilbeck
Feb 26, 2017

Read in two days. Haven't taken it back to the library and already borrowed the e-book version on the next book in this series! Awesome story!!!

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foxylady31
Nov 14, 2016

gREAT BOOK. lOVED EVERY MINUTE OF IT. READ IT IN TWO DAYS.

alternates between very slyly-dryly funny to really overtly funny, hilarious dialogue. Also, this was very emotionally appealing, I could not put it down, the heroine was riveting, actually all the main characters were. The imagery, the country side descriptions were wonderful, romantic scenes very delicious. Recommend reading the series in order, because they are a deceptively light appetizer for Moning's swooningly-fabulous darker, more apocalyptic Fever series.
This is the kind of book, if you went out with your gal friends to "Magic Mike's Male stripclub" celebrating life's endings & beginnings, and you all brainstorm the ultimate women's action adventure/fantasy/romance novel with much laughter. I also love it that the women heroines & authors are empowered, get to orchestrate and experience delicious romance scenes, no roofie-like or shame/fear-based "fades to black". These books are unlike male-oriented sci-fi/action adventure/fantasy that I'd read from the 1950-2015, where women are victims, sex-slaves, identical clones, incubators, brood mares, don't even get mediocre sex, then are killed, and their bodies used for meat, leather.

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hillgould1985
Oct 01, 2013

Great book! A must read. This is my second time reading it and I couldn't put it down. Ended up reading it in 3 days.

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kvan13
Jun 16, 2012

It's nice to read a book about a heroine that is independent and has a mind and will of her own. The snarky conversations between the hero and heroine are funny, snarky, and at times sexy. The description of the very precise and allows the reader to paint the setting in their minds without saying too much. Love the setting btw. Mature read for sure

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jwarning
Feb 08, 2011

Laugh out loud ridiculous plot, but good fun along the way with lots of passion and a wonderful heroine. Although ridiculous, the plot is intelligent and addresses its weaknesses as is able. Great read!

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kvan13
Jun 16, 2012

kvan13 thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over

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