My Tempting Highlander (Highland Hearts #3)

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Cursed to live forever with neither wife nor child, Ronan Sutherland has watched all he cherishes turn to dust—more than once. For hundreds of years, he’s been trapped behind the mists of Loch Ness, hoping to identify the one woman who is prophesied to break the spell. Now, at last, the fates have aligned, and he’s being sent into the future to fetch her. After a single glimpse, Ronan knows he’s been waiting all his life for this passionate woman.

Unlike her time-traveling sisters, Mairi Sinclair is perfectly content to remain in the present. As a hospital nurse in Edinburgh, she cherishes the opportunity to put her gift of healing powers to good use. But everything changes the morning a mysterious wolf darts in front of her car. Touching the wounded creature’s tawny coat, a tingle surges through her. Yet when she returns with aid, Mairi is shocked to find instead a man with broad shoulders and fire in his eyes—a man who tempts her to unleash the animal within.

 

My Review: Normally like to start a new series when it first comes out. However, My Tempting Highlander was the right time for me. Also it had the fill of this movie that I watched it carried the same theme, only different being is in the movie it was two star-crossed lovers. The women turns into an eagle by day and the man turns into a wolf at night.

In My Tempting Highlander, it was mother and son who were cursed and it was up to Mairi Sinclair to help the Sutherland’s to overcome the curse.

This was an enjoyable read from start to end. I will recommend this book for readers who like paranormal romance with time travel as a bonus.

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Product Details

  • File Size: 1388 KB
  • Print Length: 254 pages
  • Publisher: Loveswept (February 23, 2016)
  • Publication Date: February 23, 2016
  • Sold by: Random House LLC

 

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