Adult Erotica
Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Highlander is a 10,000 word erotic romance set in Scotland, 1308. When Sir James Bruce conquers enemy territory, his reward is the hand of beautiful virgin, Lady Isobel McLaird. Although Isobel has no intention of marrying Sir James, he intends to tame her to his touch. More
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About Cathleen Ross

Cathleen Ross’ first novel, Man Hunt sold to Black Lace/Random House. Man Hunt became the number one best selling erotic novel on the Publisher’s website in 2006 and has been translated into German. She has also sold Psychic Sex to Harlequin Spice Briefs, a short erotic story which was included in the Naughty Bits Anthology. Her romantic paranormal mystery, Dirty Sexy Murder, a novel set in a waxing parlor was released in 2010, quickly followed by her March 2011 release, Love, Lust and Lies. She is currently working on her Forbidden Fantasies series, starting with Take Me.

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passionate reader reviewed on on Nov. 21, 2015

Perhaps the title could be better adapted to the story but, regardless of that the entire story is WONDERFUL! I really have enjoyed while reading.
(review of free book)
Manoa888 reviewed on on Aug. 1, 2013

I agree with the previous poster regatding the ambiguity of the title. With the description of tunics, the imagery to me seemed more like medieval England/ Celts/Saxons/Crusades. However, unless you're specifically interested in a historically accurate story, I didn't find the description or language to be distracting. Honestly, many historically accurate (especially short) stories are difficult to read because you need translations and cultural references for the time period.
I would've loved to read a lengthier story providing more character background, but it was still a nice romance.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Danielle reviewed on on Sep. 10, 2011

This nice short story is quick to set off and finish; therefore perfect if you only have a short time space to fill. While it is not written as a proper highlander story, displaying proper speech, etc, I do not think it came off as a drawback like I first thought it might. It strikes me as a ‘modern’ take on the time.
However, I think the title is misleading as there is no evidence displaying the hero as a Highlander. This said it is still a nice read, but pricy at $2.99.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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