CLAIMING THE HIGHLANDER KINLEY MACGREGOR PDF

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Review: Claiming the Highlander by Kinley MacGregor

Here’s to dark, emotionally damaged dangerous heroes. Even his best friend’s little sister, Maggie. I tried to replay this last one in my head claimint times, but it just didn’t work unless I ruled out some logic and physics. At least, not in the level of the rest of the books. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.

Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Back home Maggie has started a small war between the men and women of two clans. Braden MacAllister is so heart-stoppingly handsome, devastatingly charming and passionately perfect that every woman who sees him either swoons or chases him down and demands he let them have their way with him 10 at once even.

Master of Desire is cheesy, desperately flat and literal all the way through, which rapidly escalates into downright boring and eye-rolling territory. In fact, Claiming the Highlander is so far the only book that has managed to make the “irresistible hero” cliche work for me.

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But, Maggie had been there to save him.

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Here’s the combined reading order. I kept wondering if Sin felt like a “third wheel” there, but I guess he was just cool and sarcastic enough not to care.

Aug 18, C Joy rated it really liked it Shelves: Overall I just felt a sense of warmth and caring amongst the characters that really helped me enjoy this book. I did end up liking it and I appreciated the romance between Braden and Maggie, although at times I was a little sick of Braden fighting Maggie off and his talk of lack of trust with women in general. Kinley MacGregor’s books are known to be funny and fast-paced, and I think this book is a good macgreggor of that. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

I wanted some moments to go differently, or others to be more accentuated, but I was happy with overall path of the story and the conclusion.

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Delightful romance,left me smiling! Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.

East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. And so they set off on a little adventure and we see oinley getting to know each other.

Easier said than done.

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The author lay a good foundation for Maggie and Braden’s relationship, since they’ve known each other when they were very little. I’d say it’s one of those books that give modern romance a bad name. A Storm of Love – A Novella.

Braden has never thought of Maggie as a woman before, but now that they are embroiled in this clan feud together, he finds himself wanting her more than any other woman. This one was predictable but an okay one-time read.

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There was a good amount of humor interspersed throughout the story, especially in these early encounters they had throughout their growing up years together. She has feel for humorous kimley that is natural. In my memory, he was just to die clakming, and I felt like I absolutely must read his story that is, Born in Sin next.

Then there was Braden. He feels it and something of a seemingly unknown feeling is tugging at his heart. But I was left with the rankling thought that they still didn’t grow up enough to be able to fully see the other point of vue.