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    Highlander's Bride

    No plot, lackluster characters and repetitive phrasing made this a tedious read. I am always happy to read a good sex scene, but please don't just string them together with no thought for substance to separate them. As well, please separate them. Midway through the book, I just started flipping pages in a futile attempt to find an actual story! This author is on my "do not read" list. Even if it is free, my time is too valuable to waste on rubbish.
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    No real plot

    This a short read with a lot of questions but no answers, and plenty of sex. Slightly disappointed that I wasn't compelled to even finish the sample of the next book let alone buy it. Unfortunately it wasn't my cup of tea but I hope others take the time to read it because it might be theirs.
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    Disappointing

    First off, I don't like instalment books and this is just that. Second, if you want historical accuracy, look elsewhere. It sounded promising but fell well shot of the mark for me.
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    Boring

    Nothing really happens, but sex, sex and more sex. So if you like that, then you'll probably like this.
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    Woman awakens in a Highland field with no memory

    Mya has no idea who she is or where she is. All she knows is she woke, naked, in a field, with a stag grazing nearby. Kayden MacGregor nearly shoots her with an arrow when she tries to chase off the animal which would have been his dinner. Now, he must not only go hungry, but he also has another mouth to feed, as he can't simply leave her behind. Saddled with a lass with no money, no clan, no family, no memory and not even any clothing, Kayden can't help but resent her. He also can't help but want her. Dependent on Kayden for absolutely everything, Mya feels much the same. But when Kayden helps her get back on her feet, will he want her to go? Will she want to stay? This story is a promising beginning to the series, however, there is much that this first book simply does not address. The title indicates that this is a time travel novel, but this first installment in the series really doesn't indicate this is the case at all, much beyond Mya's odd appearance in the middle of a field with no memory. And while there is some conflict with a few members of the clan Kayden is integrating with, for the most part, Mya and Kayden live in complete isolation. Given the insular nature of clan society, it seems highly improbable that a woman's sudden appearance would be accepted without visitors coming by to welcome her, inquire to her welfare or gather fodder for gossip, or the chief to demand an audience. The passion between Kayden and Mya is electric, and the story is a quick and easy read. Because the plot has quite a bit of potential, I am likely to read the next installment in the series and hope that many of these issues are addressed as the story unfolds.
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