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review 2018-01-01 10:00
New Release Review! A Highland Moon Enchantment (Order of the Dragon Knights) by Mary Morgan
A Highland Moon Enchantment - Mary Morgan



Irish warrior, Desmond O’Quinlan has never surrendered his heart to any woman. He has no wish to have his soul tortured by love. Yet, the moment he locks gazes with Ailsa, his fate is destined for an adventure he never fathomed. He may have battled alongside a Dragon Knight, but his greatest challenge will come from within his own heart.

Ailsa MacDuff, a warrior among her clan, has no desire to have a man chain her to a life of obedience. However, that is before she meets Desmond. The temptation to allow this warrior inside her heart is a risk she dares to take, but one that could lead to a future of emptiness and sorrow. 

When betrayal looms from within, the battleground of love is no match for these two warriors. Can the power of a Highland full moon be strong enough to unite or destroy them?



I just love visiting the Order of the Dragon Knights and A Highland Moon Enchantment enchanted me from beginning to end with wonderful characters full of depth and a steamy romance.


Desmond and Alisa make a charming couple full of electricity and charisma that pulls readers in and refuses to let go. Their romance is full of emotional turbulence and fire of a heated attraction that readers can certainly enjoy while the couple face the greatest challenge of their life which of course is one of their hearts making. Alisa is a daring character that I quite enjoyed getting to know because she certainly is not only a warrior but also very much a woman who knows her own heart and mind.


The story is full of thrills and adventure which keeps readers entertained from the very beginning while the author paints some vivid imagery that makes it easy for the reader to get caught up in the historical highland imagery. With danger and betrayals creating unexpected turns in the story, readers easily become engrossed and if they are like me, they will refuse to put the book down until every last world has been read.


A Highland Moon Enchantment is a great addition to the Order of the Dragon Knights series by Mary Morgan and since the Dragon Knights are quite sexy and heat up every page, it stands to reason that any warrior that can stand alongside them would be sexy and make a story well worth reading.




A Highland Moon Enchantment is a Tale from the Order of the Dragon Knights series.


A Highland Moon Enchantment is available in print or ebook at:

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review 2017-04-18 22:53
Good Story and Characters
A Magical Highland Solstice - Mary Morgan

Eve was a modern day baker that the fae intervened and sent her back in time to Cormac. Eve was shy and sweet but didn’t let anyone walk all over her. If Eve could win the Sweet and Savory contest- before she was sent back in time- at the Blushing Rose Bakery she would be able to fix her car and repair the broken heater of her elderly neighbor. Eve then receives an invitation to travel to Scotland and prepare the desserts for Castle Creag’s annual Winter Solstice Festival. Eve jumps at the chance, The Laird Cormac meets Eve on a lonely stretch of road and Eve will be the answer since the castle cook had an accident and can’t cook for the festival. There was no modern things at the Castle Creag  and the kitchen is basically medieval. Eve was asked to cook a festive feast. Eve falls for Cormac. Eve always thinks of other people before herself. Eve is hardworking and loyal. The Laird and Eve feel a relationship is per-conceived with objections in their capacity to find love ( self doubt and skepticism).

I liked this story a lot. For two so different people from different times to end up caring for each other was very entertaining to read about. I like how Eve but everyone else before herself always willing to help if she could.  I don’t usually like time travel stories but this was a good story. This was a quick read. It was a very enjoyable story with a very good plot. There was a lot to this novella: time travel, a feast to prepare in a mid-evil time by a modern baker, different times. Magic, romance, a highland Laird, and so much more. I was pull into the story from the first page and the pull didn’t let go until I read the last page and I didn’t have a problem with my interest lagging at all. The only thing in being a novella is a common issue I felt this story was too short.  I would have liked some background information on Eve and Cormac. This was an easy read and I loved the characters and the ins and outs of this story and I recommend.

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review 2016-03-20 00:00
Dragon Knight's Shield
Dragon Knight's Shield - Mary Morgan I received an eARC, from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.
This is also a time travel type romance.
Deirdre Flanagan is a successful author and has also trained in different forms of marshal arts type of fighting. With a gift from friends to a trip to Scotland and Ireland. Which ends up taking her to another time. There she meets Angus MacKay who is a Knight fighting to overcome how he thinks he let down his family with the death of his sister. Angus ends up taking Deidre captive.. which starts they love story. There are some funny parts and overall this was a great read.
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review 2015-01-10 21:08
[Book Review] Dragon Knight's Medallion
Dragon Knight's Medallion - Mary Morgan

Stephen MacKay and his brothers were once revered Dragon Knights, until the machinations of an evil druid result in the death of the MacKay sister's death, at the hands of her brothers.  Stripped of their relics and cast from favor by the fae, the MacKay brothers are wandering in despair, trying to fill this hole in their very being.  Stephen has tried to find solace from his guilt and rage in the church, donning the habit of a monk.  He knows not of his brother Duncan's redemption, and is plagued by visions of death that bring him disabling pain.

Aileen Kerrigan is no stranger to magic, but there are some things, including time travel, that she believes are pure fantasy.  So when her father reveals a discovery unearthed in a Scottish castle, tied in with the revelation of a vision of Aileen's destiny had by her mother years ago, she is torn between feelings of betrayal and concern for her father's sanity.  Then she stumbles through the veil of time and into the arms of Stephen MacKay, helping him find love and redemption.

Ok.  After finishing this one I'm not really sure why I requested it.  I blame a mixture of curiosity and 3am.  Based on my review of the first book in the series, Dragon Knight's Sword, I apprently found that one alright, so I went into this book expecting something fluffy, a little over the top, but not too bad.

I basically just read 400+ pages of nothing.  It took about as much time and effort as reading your standard 200 page romance novel, and that's not because I eagerly devoured the text.  I wouldn't really classify the book as bad, it just didn't really strike me as much in any way.

What I can say about the story - sex is sudden and explosive, descriptions are a bit overblown, and incredibly one-dimensional stubbornness and emotions.  I get that stubbornness makes for dramatic moments, and individuals don't have the instant clairty to consider a situation from all sides, but I can barely follow much of the thinking.  The sex is plentiful, even in marathons that are hilarious in consideration of the fact that they've been riding on horseback all day for days.  The characters are gorgeous, sexy, and passionate.  There is a dragon, magic, and lots of men in kilts.  There will be several other books in this series.  Read this book for the fantasy setting rather than the historical one.

Advanced Reader Copy copy courtesy of NetGalley; differences may exist between uncorrected galley text and the final edition.

Source: libromancersapprentice.blogspot.com/2015/01/book-review-dragon-knights-medallion.html
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review 2014-10-10 00:00
Rocket Girl: The Story of Mary Sherman Morgan, America's First Female Rocket Scientist
Rocket Girl: The Story of Mary Sherman Morgan, America's First Female Rocket Scientist - George D. Morgan Those who can't write non fiction, write "Creative non fiction"? That's probably a bit harsh, but this book really didn't work for me. I just wanted to know all the sources, how things were found out, what was sure and what was conjecture, what the different versions were. If it had to be creative, couldn't it have been more like a detective story? The Life and Opinions of Jane Franklin would be a good example of a better book based on even less information.

I think it was also hurt by not being that great prose. It tended to over dramatise and use out of period language. I feel like it was probably a better stage play, where at least the actors could have helped it along. As it were, there were some real clunkers in there.

All of that said, it was a fast read, and Mary Sherman Morgan herself was pretty cool, so I enjoyed learning about her. What I learned that was true and what was fiction remains unclear to me, however.
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