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by Antony Ferguson,Julianne MacLean

eBook Claimed by the Highlander download ISBN: 1452655952
Author: Antony Ferguson,Julianne MacLean
Publisher: Tantor Audio; MP3 - Unabridged CD edition (January 23, 2012)
Language: English
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Category: Literature
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Claimed by the Highlander MP3 CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged. Julianne MacLean is the USA Today bestselling author of historical romance novels including the American Heiress series and the Pembroke Palace series.

Claimed by the Highlander MP3 CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged. by. Julianne MacLean (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Julianne MacLean (Author), Antony Ferguson (Narrator). Book 2 of 6 in the Highlander Series. Series: Highlander (Book 2).

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The fact is, I haven't felt this passionate about a story in awhile well, not so nice at the end of the first book in the trilogy (Captured by the Highlander). I'm not sure if that is why I had a hard time warming to Angus at first, but it was initially hard to get on his side.

Claimed by the Highlander. Written by Julianne MacLean. Narrated by Antony Ferguson. Captured by the Highlander is my first highlander book and I must say I really like the thought of a hot warrior in a kilt. And Duncan aka The Butcher is extremely hot; with his long black hair, rippling muscles and strong, experienced hands.

The MacEwens needed their chief, and if he did not soon return and claim his birthright, she feared someone else would-for there had been some talk of discontent in the village. She’d heard it from her maid, whose sister was married to the alehouse keeper. And after the dream she’d just had.

Narrated by Antony Ferguson. Books related to Claimed by the Highlander. With his tawny mane, battle-hewn brawn, and ferocious roar, Angus "The Lion" MacDonald is the most fearsome. Stay informed about new releases, events, giveaways, and cover reveals PLUS receive three free ebooks: The Color of Hope, The Color of Destiny, and The Color of Hope. Seduced by the Highlander. Return of the Highlander. Taken by the Highlander. The Highlander Series Boxed Set (Books 1-3). Return to the Highlands: Boxed Set (Books 4-5). In My Wildest Fantasies.

Julianne MacLean delivers a compelling, ravishing historical romance in Claimed by the Highlander. Julianne MacLean is a USA Today bestselling author with degrees in English Literature and Business Administration. Connect with the author. She lives in Nova Scotia with her husband and daughter, and she is a dedicated member of Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada.

There was no point in visiting Gwendolen’s bedchamber again, he told himself, over and over. He’d given his word that he would not bed her before marriage, and he’d drunk too much wine tonight. He’d given his word that he would not bed her before marriage, and he’d drunk too much wine tonight s present mood, a single moment alone with her could turn him into a liar, or worse. Nevertheless, when sleep continued to elude him, something compelled him to rise. He lit a candle, donned his shirt and tartan, and quietly ventured out of his father’s chamber. He walked through the chilly castle corridors toward the East Tower and hesitated there.

A Short Story Prequel to the Highlander Trilogy. He is Alexander MacLean, a fearsome Highland warrior fighting for his true Scottish King. She is Elizabeth Curtis, a beautiful Englishwoman who wears the scarlet uniform of an English soldier and wields a sword like a seasoned fighter on the battlefield. in The RebelFiercely independent Helen Winters was born completely blind, but she vowed never to let her disability keep her down. She did not expect a traumatic event to devastate her life and force her to drop out of college.

With his tawny mane, battle-hewn brawn, and ferocious roar, Angus "The Lion" MacDonald is the most fearsome warrior Lady Gwendolen has ever seen—and she is his most glorious conquest. Captured in a surprise attack on her father's castle, Gwendolen is now forced to share her bed with the man who defeated her clan. But, in spite of Angus's overpowering charms, she refuses to surrender her innocence without a fight.With her stunning beauty, bold defiance, and brazen smile, Gwendolen is the most infuriating woman Angus has ever known—and the most intoxicating. Forcing her to become his bride will unite their two clans. But conquering Gwendolen's heart will take all his skills as a lover. Night after night, his touch sets her on fire. Kiss after kiss, his hunger fuels her passion. But, as Gwendolen's body betrays her growing love for Angus, a secret enemy plots to betray them both.
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This was a tedious read that dragged on and on. With all the pages that were filled with the h/h only having sex, they could have used them to create an epilogue. The sex scenes were so many that They became boring, and I found myself skipping pages every time they had sex. The dialogue was awful, because this was a Scottish highland book and there were was no Scottish dialouge, only one or two randomly mentioned,w The hero was annoying and had me nauseated with his self pity, which went on for most of the book, and the heroine was a little better, but was annoying too because she was confused throughout most of the book. There was hardly any real romance in this book because every time they would have sex or make love, the hero would ruin it because of his ridiculous insecurities, which I did not understand what it had to do with not being able to love, as he put it. There was much left unresolved with very important secondary characters that played an important role in this book, which left me unfulfilled, for example, the heroine' s mother who played a villain and did much harm to the hero was not confronted by the hero for her part in trying to have him murdered and almost succeeded, it seems she got away with committing atrocious acts against the h/h and was not banished or reprimanded in any way whatsoever. The end was abrupt and had no epilogue, which was disappointing. I would not recommend this read and will not read any other from this series because the books are too expensive for such low quality of an item.
This highlander trilogy is extremely well written. I particularly love that the male lead has done some questionable actions, and at the beginning he is not exactly a favorable character. As his character grows and changes over time, it is just so well done that you are really rooting for the romance and the characters.
VERY WONDERFULLY CRAFTED STORY. I was pleased with the depth of each character and surprised a couple of times by this writers story telling. I will come back to this one someday. It was that GOOD!!
Angus's story did not disappoint. I wanted to know more about him and my need was fulfilled with this sequel to Captured By the Highlander. I liked the heroine of this novel better...Gwendolyn was a fiery lass full of spit and vinegar but with a heart of gold. She was just what Angus needed to thaw his hardened heart. The story kept me engrossed with twists and turns and I couldn't put it down. I am eager for Lachlan's story in the next book.
MacLean pens a story filled with adventure, suspense and romance. Angus MacDonald storms the gates of Kinloch Castle intent on claiming his family's home, only now the MacEwens are there and in order to claim the heart of the castle, he'll need to earn Gwendolen MacEwen's love.
Set in 1718 Scotland, Gwendolen's family was given Kinloch Castle for their support of the English Hanoverian King. Unfortunately, her father has recently passed, leaving the castle vulnerable. Enter Angus MacDonald. His father previously held the castle. He storms the gates and asserts his right as the new laird. He also announces his intention to wed Gwendolen.

The MacEwen lass is mortified by Angus' plan, but strikes a deal to marry him to keep the peace when she witnesses his leniency toward her clan. Still, she betrays him by sending a letter to the local English garrison asking for help.

Angus is furious to learn that his intended betrayed him, but he holds firm to his promise not to bed her until their wedding night.

Despite all the initial anger and hurt between Angus and Gwen, there's no denying the raw, primal attraction between the two. Gwen softens toward her intended when she observes little acts of compassion from him. Angus awakens Gwen's sensual side and soon learns that he enjoys his wife's lovemaking. Angus and Gwen come together over common ground, but can they build the trust needed to keep Kinloch from falling into the wrong hands?

MacLean grabs the reader in the opening chapter with a suspenseful and intense fight and the plot never lets up. The vivid descriptions and authentic dialogue make Angus' and Gwen's story spring into life.

The most enjoyable part of the novel is the rich characterization of Angus and Gwen along with a strong supporting cast.

Angus is a warrior who has made mistakes. He doesn't think he can atone for them, but Gwen's growing affection give him something he's never known before - hope. The scene with Angus and Gwen in the chapel allows Angus to really grow as a character as well as lets the couple shine romantically.

Gwen is proud and haunty. Angus shows her unexpected compassion which softens her edges. Gwen must learn to trust and prove to Angus she means what she says.

The love scenes are sensual and romantic and allow for Gwen and Angus to really connect as a couple. "Claimed by the Highlander," will leave the reader breathless. You can't put it down.
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I recommend this to anyone who enjoys great characters! I loved Angus as the beautiful lion hero-descriptions make him come alive and so easy to visualize. Interesting that the theme of forgiveness and redemption flowed easily amongst all the characters, and it leaves you with a feeling of hope. Very well written and fast moving, and I will read a lot more by this author :)!
These books don't have a real predictable plot. Many books do so these are a very pleasant surprise. I'll continue in this whole series as I find myself quite enjoying each and every one.
It was okay. I liked the plot, but it didn't keep my interest through to the end.