Highlander Reborn

Adult
Rated 2.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Highlander Reborn begins in Scotland, many centuries ago, where a blacksmith fights for his life and his people. His life is forever changed when Amalia, one of the Nightkind, makes the choice to save his life. But first, he has to die... More

Available formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 10% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
Words: 12,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301569229
About Laura Hunsaker

Laura Hunsaker graduated from University of Nevada Las Vegas with degrees in English and German literature.

After teaching for several years, she writes at night and wrangles her children during the day.

She writes steamy stories that keep you up late and leave you craving more.

---What's Your Highland Destiny?

Also by This Author

Reviews

Review by: Michelle Chandler on Jan. 19, 2013 :
A somewhat interesting story concept that unfortunately doesn't really live up to its potential. Nevin and Amalia are both interesting characters, and yet their characterization is rather flat, and the narration more than a bit awkward at times. It was easy enough to feel the connection between them, but there wasn't a lot of flow to how they related to one another. He's supposedly spent 700 years presumably hating her for changing him, and he's certainly none to welcoming toward her when she shows up in his life again, and he continues being rather standoffish toward her - despite the fact that they have wild sex a few times. Then something happens and he suddenly he's declaring his love for her, and saying he's really been lusting for her all this time. And that is only one of the rather abrupt changes that take place, some with no explanation of why, that makes the story a bit hard to follow and makes it a bit hard to accept all that happens. With more polish and a bit more time and word count given to it, this could have been a really good story, but as it is, it falls short. ★★½
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Michelle Chandler on Jan. 19, 2013 :
A somewhat interesting story concept that unfortunately doesn't really live up to its potential. Nevin and Amalia are both interesting characters, and yet their characterization is rather flat, and the narration more than a bit awkward at times. It was easy enough to feel the connection between them, but there wasn't a lot of flow to how they related to one another. He's supposedly spent 700 years presumably hating her for changing him, and he's certainly none to welcoming toward her when she shows up in his life again, and he continues being rather standoffish toward her - despite the fact that they have wild sex a few times. Then something happens and he suddenly he's declaring his love for her, and saying he's really been lusting for her all this time. And that is only one of the rather abrupt changes that take place, some with no explanation of why, that makes the story a bit hard to follow and makes it a bit hard to accept all that happens. With more polish and a bit more time and word count given to it, this could have been a really good story, but as it is, it falls short. ★★½
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Report this book