Sent on a dangerous mission into the shadowy world of the Druids, Galen must find a powerful ancient relic to defeat the enemies of Castle MacLeod. But what he discovers is far more powerful—and far more dangerous. A Druid lass whose beauty is as spellbinding as any magic…Reaghan is the most... show more
Sent on a dangerous mission into the shadowy world of the Druids, Galen must find a powerful ancient relic to defeat the enemies of Castle MacLeod. But what he discovers is far more powerful—and far more dangerous. A Druid lass whose beauty is as spellbinding as any magic…Reaghan is the most enchanting woman Galen has even met—and the most enigmatic. She alone is immune to his mind-reading gifts. He alone makes her feel safe and secure. But Reaghan holds a secret power deep inside her that could destroy them both. And if Galen hopes to hold this captivating woman in his arms every night, he must defeat the darkness that draws closer around her every day….
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 30th 2011
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 346
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Historical Romance
Series: Dark Sword (#5)
Galen can't touch anyone without seeing their deepest thoughts. Reaghan doesn't have memories of her past. Galen can't read her mind.I had fun trying to determine what Reaghan's secret/ability was. It's a good one! I had forgotten about Laria. The couple in this book are both strong individually and...
Yeah, I definitely love this series. Not a big fan of it being a romance novel. Oh well. It was nice to finally learn Galen's back story and why he is so standoffish. Not to mention Reaghan is awesome even though she can't remember her past. Like the earlier books in this series, there are sex scene...
It took me a long time to finish reading this book as I couldn't remember where I have left it last.Another great book in the series. I can't wait for Logan to get his own book.
I can't quite explain why I keep reading this series, since in many ways, it's not my "usual" fare... and for a Highlander series that involved magic and Druids, it's not even what I'd consider better than "just average" or "good". And yet, I continue to read! So something must be going on here...Th...