The Highland Destiny saga begins with Highland Shift, a tale of betrayal, murder, and magick spanning two continents and hundreds of years.
Elena MacFarland wonders what everyone else knows about her new farm that she doesn't, and whether she'll live long enough to find out. Betrayed by her fiancé and the powerful Worthington family, Elena fights back and negotiates a comfortable settlement with one small caveat: she must live in Scotland for two years.
One kidnapping and two attempts on her life later, the darkly arrogant Scot, Faolan MacGailtry declares himself her new protector and moves into her farmhouse. Major problem? He was present at all three incidents. Elena decides to follow the adage to keep her friends close and enemies closer--but which is he?
One by one, Elena uncovers Faolan's darkest secrets: his Druid heritage, his connection to her past, and finally, the deadly curse that is powerful enough to destroy them both.
Notes: This is the first book of the Highland Destiny series and includes multiple paranormal elements, including Druidry, Fae, shapeshifting and magick. Heat level: Slowly builds from extreme sexual tension toward "bring-some-ice-water" hot!
Also available:Highland Pull (Book Two), Highland Push (Book Three), Highland Destiny (Book Four)
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Please, help, I had to fast forward and then stop!
No Real Substance Just Porn, in My Opinion
It would be easier to answer, "what did not disappoint me!" I read the book from start to finish. I will never buy books from this author again! This book is filled with way too graphic images almost from the start. WHEN you could get actual story parts, this could have been developed into a fairly good fantasy fairy tale. In my opinion, all of the porn ruined the story. The porn just goes on and on and on ..... For you porn addicts: this one is for you. For everyone else, there are far better and more interesting books to be read.
I like books about the Scottish Highlands and will continue to look for good, non pornographic stories in this genre.
I don't know. I feel his voice would continually remind me of this book so probably not.
Why go there? There would not be much left of the book when I got through with it! This is a fantasy story so I have no problems with a shape-shifter falling in love with a Fae. But this went way overboard!
I have nothing good to say about this book. I am looking for audio books that can be played while I clean house with the grand children nearby. I would be livid if my teenager got ahold of a book such as this.