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Ng but still period appropriateI think these books appeal because they re the sort f romances you got several years ago back when you just wanted to read about some big warrior man and a beautiful woman That
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stumbling tripping heroines and it s the same here They re always tripping heroines and it s the same here They re always their footing and needing to be steadied by the men WhyOne thing I would change about the books in this series is the way the big reveals and dramas at the end are so condensed I ve read all f them n Kindle and the big things don t ever start happening until after the 90% mark There s no time to do the scenes justice The most exciting parts Bases Loaded of the story areften told in summaries rather than being shown Have A Good Night, Volume 1 on the page That includes the big rescues the weddings etc I d like time devoted to these partsThe stories are so good that I always feel like I m being robbed at the endI really did bingen these books One a day for nearly a week So bviously I recommend them if this is the stuff you like to read This book was a bit f a surprise for me I came into with high expectations because I really liked Rurik s character in the previous novel Taming the Highlander and really wanted to read his story And while this book didn t meet my intial expectations exactly I was really impressed with the direction it tookThere is a lot to the plot than the description gives Without giving it away there is simply to the characters and the situations they find themselves in I found this part to be refreshing and I feel that Terri Brisbin does a good job f mixing lots f plots together in her storiesThe book isn t very steamy despite the fact that the hero is a notorious playboy I appreciated that because I felt that the two built a relationship that wasn t purely physical However I didn t get why Margiet liked Rurik so much I felt that it was When You Lose Your Job obvious why he loved herI also didn t Y in her adopted disguise a nun's habit But hernly protector a proud rough hewn Highlander made her ache to share her crushing burdenRurik Erengislsson had sworn to see Surrender to a highlander A really great book I am loving this series each book I read keeps me n my toes I have each book I read keeps me n my toes I have 2 books non stop in 4 days if you haven t read yet and you love highland love story s with suspense
and mystery then these are a must read If I read this book I ll be going into it mystery then these are a must read If I read this book I ll be going into it because I really really really REALLY wanted Rurik to end up with Nara the widow from the village Greatloved it review coming soon Not near as good as the first book A real let down I was so excited for Rurick s story but he seemed like a totally different man in this book And the heroine was kind Isabel the Queen: Life and Times of a dud This book just didn t bring me joy Hero is manwhore and heroine is pretending to be a nun while pregnant to hero s half brothers baby Finn seduced her to get back at her dad that she hasn t seen in ten years Originally posted HEREThisne came in the middle Fantastic Post Office 03 of my bingen Terri Brisbin s Highlander romances and I thought it was a good time to read it because it s a little different It also has very likeable characters which was nice as the hero in the book before this Tim Crouch one in the series isn t a very nice person until the very end Surrender to the Highlander is a 14th century road trip romance for the most part I don t always love that stylef book but I thought it worked really well here and also allowed for a secondary romance mostly in the background The Scottish Highlands back then were not the easiest place to travel through so the challenges they faced made it an engaging read from start to finishBut really what I really liked about this ne was that both hero and heroine were so likeable Sure they make major mistakes and there s plenty f drama but this is the womaniser Drawing the Human Head of all the men in the series and he turnsut to be the most respectful Twin Block Functional Therapy: Applications in Dentofacial Orthopedics of all the heroes I ve read form this author about half a dozen so farClearly it s impossible to depict the fourteenth century totally accurately without alienating your readers but I do like the versionf the era the author creates I like that her heroines are stro. Torn between honor and desireInnocent Margriet Gunnarsdottir carried a heavy secret She faced a perilous journey to the wild and distant north f Scotland and her safety la. .
Et why Rurik s dialogue changed from the first book Maybe because they were talking in a different language I m not sure Like a few things in this book I felt that they were lost in translation perhaps I just misread a key paragraphLike with the first ne it wasn t the best story I ve ever read but it wasn t the worst I doubt I would ever reread story I ve ever read but it wasn t the worst I doubt I would ever reread series but they were a nice way to pass the timeWant to see if the series is worth reading Check
out my blog 25 Stars I really really really wanted tomy blog 25 Stars I really really really wanted to love this book I enjoyed the first book and read the 3rd riginally thought it was the 2nd book when I picked it up but kept reading after I realized my mistake which was good I was excited about the hero loved him from the first book and the description sounded very interesting The book was longer than necessaryor it seemed that way since there wasn t a whole to going n Their travel took forever and heroheroine inner dialogue was repeated too many times The relationship between them was super slow to develop and then all f sudden was therealmost from nonexistent to bamm The villain was spot The second book in Terri Brisbin s The MacLerie Clan has turned Dead Man Riding (Nell Bray, out to be just as captivating and heartwarming as the first book I fell in love with the heroinef this story because she was smart brave and bold in a time where women had few rights and fewer choices in lifeRurik Erengislsson has lived the last 13 years in the Highlands f Scotland serving the MacLerie clan but his father has summoned him home to the Orkney Islands to his rightful place as ne f his heirs On his way there he must pick up the daughter f his father s counselor from a convent where she has lived since her exile ten years ago when she was just eight years Pontius Pilate old From her father s letter he thinks he is picking up a young girl but when he gets there he realizes she is a full grown womanMargriet Gunnarsdottir has beenrdered back to live with her father He sends a group Livin de Life of warriors led by to travel with hern the long journey home Because she fears for her. Er home and unharmed A woman promised to the service f God should be shielded and honored not desired Yet Rurik was tempted beyond reason to make this beautiful waif his .