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Dawn quickly noticed she was falling deeply in love with him too. I found that only spoke to how good the plot was for me. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. When his eyes meet hers, she wonders if the notorious tales are true for only the devil himself could be that sinfully handsome. They have lots of obstacles to overcome that had me laughing ,crying,yelling ,and blushing.
Cree is a hot alph Highlander, in a sexy kilt, who loves a good shag. Wintra and Torr’s intsa-love was a little hard to believe, i mean the only time I find insta-love relatively believable is in paranormal imprinting. It was mentioned more then once in previous books how Dawn had a private spot she would only share with her true love so I naturally was waiting for her to take Cree there.
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Highlander Trilogy by Donna Fletcher
Return to Book Page. Old Mary knows more than she will tell and so they have to dig deep themselves to find high,ander answers.
Dec 05, Ashi- A hopeless romantic girl: Such a wonderful most fantastic and exciting tale this is. Highlsnder, where to begin? It is an absolutely great plot, and so much twists, and turns.
Highlander’s Captive (Highlander Trilogy #3) by Donna Fletcher
I wanted to love this book. In addition, she comes across as a scared mouse. But then we know he’s not unchainrd with his brain anyway, he just thinks he is. Good characters, weaker plot than Cree and Dawn from the previous books in the series. Men want to be in charge of everything and feelings are a conundrum. I am off to read book two for the 5th time.
Dawn is a virgin and fears cree. But no shackles can hold Cree and when he breaks free he returns to claim the voiceless woman who found a way into his silent heart.
I’ve read all of Cree and Dawn in the trilogy and their short stories multiple time and don’t care.
Colum laughs when jighlander issues his orders. It could easily have been told in one book. Dawn is born mute and works in the kitchen of the keep. Superficial writing, lots of telling and cheap sex.
The Highlander Trilogy Series in Order – Donna Fletcher – FictionDB
If I could totally ignore the typo issues, it was because I was so into the story I did not even care. I really enjoyed both of these books and look forward to reading the rest of the series.
It u Sigh, Donna Fletcher is one author who I repeatedly allowed to disappoint me. Dawn has been silent her entire life. I don’t agree with some reviewers that this book totally enjoyable read while it is unrealistic that someone can make no sound at all It was mentioned by Old Mary that the woman that Sloan would end up with was already among them.
I can see attempts at giving them some kind of distinctive personalities but nothing ever sticks. D rated it really liked it Shelves: When you can experience action, excitement, and joy of reading child birth experiences,you have a book worth reading. After he suceeds in taking the village he must decide if he can keep his distance from her. Donna Fletcher is one of my favorite authors and I am grateful to her for her insights into the human condition.
I would like to see more depth in characters before I am forced down their sex life. I would give it more than 5 stars if I Definitely A Winner I loved this book and everyone of the characters in it.
It was also very rushed like everything was happening too fast towards the middle of the book. To ask other readers questions about Highlander’s Captiveplease sign up. She was really bratty and whined and To Ok. A story with a lot of adventure and insights into the life of the commo I loved this book.