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review 2014-05-24 17:20
Review: Highland Shifter by Catherine Bybee
Highland Shifter - Catherine Bybee

If may not have reviewed the other three books in the series, but I'm telling you now that if you haven't read them yet - you damn well should, especially if you're a fan of time travel. They've been truly enjoyable and each of them received 4 stars from me. 

We first met Simon in the first three books of the series, when he was only a teenager.Well, he's not a kid anymore--ask Helen, she'll tell you. I've been really looking forward to Simon's story (And Cian, and Amber's and now for the story of all the MacCoinnich kids, which I sincerely hope will happen!) and it didn't disappoint.


I warn you - this is not going to be a well written, deep and through review. I'm not sure if I can even call it a review. Mostly because I find I don't know exactly what to say about this book. It's a good read and I enjoyed it and recommend it and the entire series as a whole, but I don't have a lot to say about it still.   


Simon has become a highlander to the bone; kilt, muscles and protectiveness honed to perfection. It was really weird trying to compare the kid he was and the man he is now, but it was fun. 


Helen fits Simon. As always, the females in this series are headstrong, smart and brave, and Helen is no exception.


Together, they made a really cute couple, and I loved the ending for them both. I'm so happy for them <3 Their romance was well build and I found it easy to believe it. 


For the first time...

 

**To read the rest of this review, click the title!!**

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text 2014-03-25 23:52
Ebook Settlement One-Click Bonanza
Unlawful Contact - Pamela Clare
Live - Mary Ann Rivers
An Heir of Uncertainty - Alyssa Everett
Somewhere to Dream - Genevieve Graham
Sound of the Heart - Genevieve Graham
The Last Hour of Gann - R. Lee Smith
Mystic Cowboy - Sarah M. Anderson
Fairies in My Fireplace (A Monster Haven Story, #3) - R.L. Naquin
Redeeming Vows (MacCoinnich Time Travel) (Volume 3) - Catherine Bybee

Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

 

I got $62 back from the settlement, not as much as some, but more than I thought. So because I am a one click addict, I am spending as fast as I can. I bought 9 books so far and have only a little left now. 

I am putting links in to my loot. :) Don't they look pretty? 

 

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review 2014-03-15 20:31
Silent Vows by Catherine Bybee
Silent Vows - Catherine Bybee

This is the second book in a time travel romance trilogy. I read this one right after I finished the first, without a break. 

 

I liked the 2nd even better than the first. Here the story is about Myra, who is the sister of the hero in the first book and she is from the past, from Scotland. She has to go to present time for protection from a dark druid woman who needs a druid virgin to break the spell that was put on her. 

 

Myra meets up with cop Todd, who of course is very suspicious of her. She has nothing but the name of the sister of the first books heroine Tara. Tara in present times of course disappeared and so Todd has to question everything. 

 

I really like this scenario where for once we get a little insight into the after math of one of those time travels. We often have the heroine just leaving present day and going to the past, but we usually don't ever see the after effects to those left behind in present day and the investigation. We get a bit of that here since Todd is a cop. 

 

Of course there is more time traveling to do and Todd also has to deal at some point with being in the past. I don't want to say to much about the plot, but he held his own among the honorable Scotsman. 

 

There is a lot of stuff happening in this one and it was so nice to really get to know the whole family in Scotland much better here. We also see how the women are finding their druid gifts more and more and helping to fight along the men against the evil druid woman. 

 

I will read the 3rd very soon as again, the arc is still going by the end of the 2nd. This is shaping up to be a really entertaining time travel romance series. 

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review 2011-07-06 00:00
Redeeming Vows (MacCoinnich Time Travel ... Redeeming Vows (MacCoinnich Time Travel Trilogy, #3) - Catherine Bybee A great end to a fun series. If you haven't read the series yet, don't start with this book. Go back to book 1 and begin there.
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