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Furious and weary, Angus Shea wants out, but no matter how he feels, he can't stop the magic powering his visions. The Celts kidnapped him when he wasn't much more than a boy and forced him to do their bidding. He's sick of them and their endless assignments, but they wiped his memories, and he has no idea where he came from.
To Love a Highland Dragon:
A dragon shifter stirs and wakens in a cave beneath Inverness, deep in the Scottish Highlands. The cave's the same and his hoard intact, yet something's badly amiss. Determined to set whatever's gone wrong to rights, Lachlan Moncrieffe ventures above ground - and wishes he hadn't. His castle's gone, replaced by ungainly row houses. Men aren't wearing plaids, and women scarcely wear anything at all, particularly the woman who accosts him with unseemly banter. What manner of wench is she to dress so provocatively?
When pressed, Jonathan Shea admits magic runs through his blood, but he's always been ambivalent about it - until a dragon and her mage show up in the Scottish Highlands, and then all bets are off. Jonathan's charmed and captivated by the dragon - a creature fresh out of myth and legend - but the woman bonded to it is so enticing, he tosses caution aside and catapults into the magical power he's avoided for so long.
Bloated on chaos, the Morrigan leaves the Scottish Highlands to gather power. A trip through Hell yields quite the assortment of allies tagging along behind her. Fell creatures straight out of myth and nightmare that haven't darkened Earth's boundaries for centuries heed her call.
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By Busy Mom on 03-25-17
Pantheon Gods and Dragons
This was a fabulous series of books. If you enjoy epic tales of dragons and gods you are in the right place. All four stories weave together a cast of characters that are amazing. Book two was my favorite as the story of Lachlan and Maggie hooked me from the very beginning. I loved the humorous asides from Lachlan about how a Scottish Lord would view the future. Maggie's natural and modern reticence to their instant and steamy connection made their relationship more believable. Book four was the icing on the cake for me. All of the characters reunite to divert certain disaster caused by the Morrigan. The narrator was first class! There was no awkwardness going between male and female dialogue. If you love stories about dragons, witches, gods, and magic you will love this series!
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