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by Karen Marie Moning

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Karen Marie Moning perfectly put together a sequence of events that led the reader on a journey. Kiss of The Highlander is fast paced and beautifully written. From beginning to end you are cheering for these two. This story had me laughing and crying out loud. At times I was even screaming into my Kindle. This story is also unique because you feel like you have two books in one.

Kiss of the Highlander book. Karen Marie Moning incorporates witty dialogue with a sensual miasma of words that any romance reader can appreciate. She may be popular with her urban fantasy books, but I don’t know if they could compare to the raw, erotic nature of her Highlander books. She does romance very, very well. And this book is no exception!

Kiss of the Highlander. Author : Karen Marie Moning. Genres : Romance, Science Fiction. Kiss of the Highlander (The Highlander Series, Book 4). Series : Highlander Published : September 4th 2001. List Chapter Read free. Storyline: Kiss of the Highlander (The Highlander Series, Book 4). List Chapter or Page: 1. Page 1. 2. Page 2. 3. Page 3. 4. Page 4. 5. Page 5.

Yer like the bald eagle nestin’ on the mount, Nell said, nudging open the door to his tower chamber-one hundred and three steps above the castle proper-with her hip.

Karen Marie Moning mb, dinna ye?. Silvan MacKeltar popped his head up out of a book with a bemused expression. A silvery-white mane was sleek about his face, and Nell found him terribly handsome in a sage way, but she’d never tell him that. I have quite a lot of hair. He lowered his head again and resumed reading, running his finger across the page

Karen Marie Moning is an American author. Many of her novels have appeared on the New York Times Bestseller List with Shadowfever reaching the number one position on multiple national best sellers lists.

Karen Marie Moning is an American author. She is a winner of the prestigious Romance Writers of America RITA award for Best Paranormal Romance and is a multiple RITA nominee. Karen Marie Moning was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of Anthony R. Moning and Janet L. Moning. 486 Pages · 2001 · . MB · 102 Downloads ·English. We will show in this book that drawing the human body need not be so difficult. in interpretive point of view, it allo. by Karen Marie Moning. Be like the sun for grace and mercy. Be like the night to cover others' faults. Systems Thinking, : Managing Chaos and Complexity: A Platform for Designing Business Architecture.

Free Vampire Books online read. He repressed a desire to fling back the door and flee into the serenity of the Highland morning, aware that she would only corner him again at the earliest opportunity. Instead, he said gently, Drustan MacKeltar is not a danger to me. He is a fine laird, and ’tis honored I am to have been chosen to oversee the spiritual guidance of his clan. Besseta shook her head, her lip trembling. A fleck of spittle foamed at the seam. You see with a priest’s narrow view. You can’t see what I see. This is dire indeed, Nevin

Kiss of the Highlander. Instead, he said gently, "Drustan MacKeltar is not a danger to me.

Rife with unexpected plot twists, Druid lore and sparkling humor, Moning's latest time-travel romance (following The Highlander's Touch) returns to the Scottish Highlands for another romp between an ancient laird and a modern lass. Gwen Cassidy's hopes of finding a man crumble when she realizes that her much-anticipated tour of Scotland is a senior citizen expedition. Frustrated, Gwen decides to hike the breakneck hills of Loch Ness alone, and she ends up falling down a ravine and awakening Drustan MacKeltar, a Scottish lord who has been slumbering for 500 years under a gypsy's spell. Although Drustan is bewildered by the modern century, he is not puzzled by his feelings for Gwen. Her passionate heart and brilliant mind intrigue him, and he enlists her aid to return to the 16th century. Once back in Drustan's time, their struggle to save his people alters history and results in a surprising denouement. There's much that's fun here, both in characters and situations, but detail-oriented readers may be distracted by the novel's many anachronisms: for example, Gwen has coffee in bed in 1518 even though coffee wasn't available in England until the 17th century. Nevertheless, Moning's snappy prose, quick wit and charismatic characters will enchant. (Sept. 11)Forecast: Morning has just three titles under her belt, but her fan base is growing steadily. This paranormal, time-travel romantic comedy will appeal to Donna Kauffman aficionados as well as readers who enjoy mixed-genre romances.
Kiss of The Highlander is a well crafted book. Karen Marie Moning perfectly put together a sequence of events that led the reader on a journey. This story had me laughing and crying out loud. At times I was even screaming into my Kindle. This is not the first time I have read this story and will not be my last. This is a must read again story.

Drustan Mackeltar has been gypsy cursed and been asleep for over 500 years. He is woken by Gwen. He is confused but because he has always been a ladies man he is more than happy to get acquainted.

This book then turns into Drustan trying to get Gwen to believe he is not crazy and from the past. It takes some work on his part and they develop a relationship that turns into love.

Their relationship takes a turn when she travels to the past. Gwen now finds herself in the position of having to convince that other Drustan that she isn't crazy and somehow must help save his twin brother. And somewhere in this whole mess he may fall in love with her all over again.

Kiss of The Highlander is fast paced and beautifully written. From beginning to end you are cheering for these two. This story is also unique because you feel like you have two books in one. This is definitely a book to be read over and over.
I enjoyed this fourth book a lot but not as much as the first three. It was a time travel story packed with everything you expect from Ms Moning. I was fine up until the last chapter and there she went as far left field as one could, even for time travel. Not to give anything away, (not that you would get it anyway) but would you have a deadliving person in your house for 500 years and welcome the first stranger who drove up to your castle? It's a little far fetched and I actually lost my interest, BUT, you must read this book for all the other chapters and I think it connects to book five. I could have done without the graphic physics, geometry, quadrants, dimensional planes etc. I just skimmed over it; too much information. Be that as it may, I do recommend this book for you to read. It is "different" but good. Until next time.
I have read this book 3 or 4 times now. There is a perfect blend of wit, humour and romance. The ending I'd forgotten about and it made me cry a second time. This still stands as one of my favourites.

Updated review for the audio version:
This is my first ever audiobook.. I was worried that I may not get as involved with a story while, as I would if I was reading it. So I decided to test the theory out on one of my ALL time FAVOURITE books. I love this book and have reread it many times... It makes me laugh, tear up (well the first few times I read it) and just long to keep reading. The time travel part is done well, and both leads are great characters. This book while technically book 4 in the series does go with the next (The dark Highlander) as it's about Drustan's Brother. However the rest in the series don't really need to be read in order. I have my favourites of the series (4,5 and 7)

So how does the audio stand up against the written version? Awesomely! Gigante is a fantastic reader for all the male roles. His different accents are great, and it brought a new feeling to the story for me. On the flip side, I found his female lead voice hard to get used to. When her roles were up, I didn't picture Gwen the same, while I read her, I find her more sarcastic and quippy and an under-the-breath kind of mutterer.. which I found didn't get protrayed as well when Gigante read her. To me she came across more flighty or air-headish due to the voice. But honestly though, I got used to his female voice and it isn't something I would count as a reason to not listen to this book again. I am sure I will use this audio copy many more times. I have read everything Karen Marie Moning has written, I am very tempted to repurchase the fever series in audio as well.. I see Gigante and a Ross will read toghether on some of those books. That would probably be awesome!
This book is volume 4 of a 7 book series and is directly connected to vol 5 & 7, and a small but crucial component to the successful conclusion to book 6. The MacKeltars are my favorite subgroup of this series for the characterizations, the upbeat moods and the plot lines. The relationships between the hero and the heroine come together fairly quickly and it becomes an "Us against Them" plot line throughout the stories that is fun to read. And while it is possible to read only the last four volumes without volumes 1, 2 & 3; the small details, hints at backgrounds/histories as well as setting information provided in the first three volumes adds significant insight to the settings and subplots in the later 4 volumes. Most of us who have been around this earth for awhile can read these volumes and think "I knew someone" similiar in temperment to any of the heroes and/or heroines portrayed. And although their personalities are significantly different, they also mesh together credibly.
"Gwen Cassidy needed a man. Desperately. Failing that, she'd settle for a cigarette."

I loved Gwen and I loved this story! The sense of humor is one I can appreciate, the characters have strong voices and relatable issues, and there is just enough magic to pull it all together! Although Gwen and Drustan are from worlds hundreds of years apart, they are able to make sense of each other's worlds through their understanding of science. Hers from a background in physics and his from being a druid. The quotes at the beginnings of the sections were fun to read and it is evident that the author did a great deal of research.
Kiss of the Highlander ebook
Karen Marie Moning
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