Beyond the Highland Mist by Karen Marie Moning reviewed by Lisa

Beyond the Highland Mist by Karen Marie MoningTitle: Beyond The Highland Mist (Highlander #1)
Author: Karen Marie Moning
Release Date: March 9, 1999
Publisher: Dell
Pages: 375
Source: Personal Copy
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He would sell his warrior soul to possess her. . . .

An alluring laird…

He was known throughout the kingdom as Hawk, legendary predator of the battlefield and the boudoir. No woman could refuse his touch, but no woman ever stirred his heart–until a vengeful fairy tumbled Adrienne de Simone out of modern-day Seattle and into medieval Scotland. Captive in a century not her own, entirely too bold, too outspoken, she was an irresistible challenge to the sixteenth-century rogue. Coerced into a marriage with Hawk, Adrienne vowed to keep him at arm’s length–but his sweet seduction played havoc with her resolve.

A prisoner in time…

She had a perfect “no” on her perfect lips for the notorious laird, but Hawk swore she would whisper his name with desire, begging for the passion he longed to ignite within her. Not even the barriers of time and space would keep him from winning her love. Despite her uncertainty about following the promptings of her own passionate heart, Adrienne’s reservations were no match for Hawk’s determination to keep her by his side.

I may be a fan of Karen Marie Moning, but this series of hers just isn’t rocking my boat the way the Fever series does.

The story was all over the place, the characters were too whiny and back and forth with their decisions, and, not gonna lie, it was quite ridiculous.

This is the kind of fluffy reading that you do not take seriously. I’m just gonna continue reading for these few reasons: The Lulz, the setting, and the men in kilts. Luckily, it wasn’t that long to finish. Once I started I was able to get through it in less than a day.

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