#1, Highlander Heat
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New York Times Bestselling Author Joanne Wadsworth brings you her bestselling Highlander Heat time travel series. Readers are loving it!
Traveling through time…for a Highlander.
Anne MacLeod’s identical ancestor has made a wish on the Fairy Flag at Dunvegan Castle, one which sees the two young women swapping places in time and leaving Anne set to handfast with the very man her ancestor wished to escape. Only Anne sees the possibilities, because now she could change the future and ensure her parents never perished in the inferno which took their lives.
Highland warrior Alex MacDonald has made an agreement to handfast with Anne in order to bring a halt to the feud raging between their clans. The last thing he expects though is a woman claiming to come from the future, a woman who stirs him on a physical and emotional level to protect, and to even believe.
When Anne finds herself in her MacLeod chief’s presence, she chooses to go with him in order to leave a message for her parents. In full pursuit, Alex wages a battle of the heart, and of the very essence of time. Can he defy the odds as Anne is taken from him…to work his own magic and get her back?
HIGHLANDER HEAT SERIES
Highlander’s Castle, #1
Highlander’s Magic, #2
Highlander’s Charm, #3
Highlander’s Guardian, #4
Highlander’s Faerie, #5
Highlander’s Champion, #6
Highlander’s Captive, #7 (Short Story 11,000 Words)
I have always enjoyed romances set in the 16th century and love Scottish history. She did so well to combine both and with a little magic to boot. Love!
Loved it! But I wasn't ready for it to end.
I'm not a fan of time travel romances, but have to say this book held my interest and I was really curious as to how it would all fit together. It ended in a positive manner, but a little hard for me to accept the overall concept and left me with many questions about the parents, Donald and his dad, and the fact that the whole family just disappeared from modern day living. Still not a fan of time travel/fantasy books, but not a bad read at all.