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  • White Horses

    I liked the use off the old kelpie myth. The Islanders were charming and made it easy to see the pull Meg had for the land she loved. The banker bad guy was a different and timely twist. The lighthouse project rang true with what I have read about the Stevenson projects.

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  • linked to the legends of the sea

    When you start to read this book, you'll never want to leave it. In this story, the characters are strong, witty and a lot of mistery surround all. The scenery is very beautiful and so the description of the people and environment around them. A book for adults as there are explicit scenes of love. I received this book from eBook Discovery in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Taming of the heiress

    Wonderful tale filled with ancient Scottish folklore. Well written with great characters that lead to such a touching romance.

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  • Hiding secrets

    Romance interspersed with legends and myths makes this an enjoyable story. Mistaking the washed up Dougal Stewart for a kelpie sent to her as her legendary lover from the sea, Meg MacNeill is shamed and horrified to realize that he is in fact a mere mortal. Surprisingly, all the promises associated with the legend come about, putting Meg in a position where she has control over both a huge fortune and her beloved island. When Dougal returns to the island with a commission in hand to build a lighthouse on the black rocks where he and Meg first encountered each other, he discovers that she is elusive and keeps him at a distance. Apart from the descriptions of nature on the Hebridean island, there are also interesting references to inventions that had come about at that time. The love story between the main characters develops slowly, and despite smoke and mirrors, they do eventually manage to acknowledge their prior meeting and the resulting circumstances. The romance is generally well written and comes to a happy and successful conclusion. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.

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  • Fantasy comes true

    Meg and Dougal really do meet in a unique way that sets the stage for the rest of the story. I found the intrigue wrapped up in kelpie folklore to be a wonderful touch. It was easy to side with each of the characters as you experience their POV. A wonderful story with an unlikely hero in the end. I received a free copy of this book from eBook Discovery and am voluntarily sharing my honest review.

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