Wild Highland Magic
She's a Scottish Highlands werewolf, but no one's ever shown her how to use her powers… Growing up in America with a father who hates his own nature, Catrionna MacInnes has always tried desperately to control her powers and pretend to be normal. Now her father has brought her and her sisters to... show more
She's a Scottish Highlands werewolf, but no one's ever shown her how to use her powers… Growing up in America with a father who hates his own nature, Catrionna MacInnes has always tried desperately to control her powers and pretend to be normal. Now her father has brought her and her sisters to Scotland to reunite with the pack they fled years ago… He's a wizard prince with a devastating secret… Bastian an Morgaine has found sanctuary among the MacInnes werewolf clan but no relief from the soul-searing curse that haunts him. The minute Cat lays eyes on Bastian, she knows she's met her destiny. In their first encounter, she unwittingly binds him to her for life, and now they're both targets for the evil enemies that are out to destroy their very souls… PRAISE FOR CALL OF THE HIGHLAND MOON: "Sweeping readers along from upstate New York to the Scottish Highlands, Call of the Highland Moon tells a werewolf tale with a mysterious origin. Ms. Castle develops likeable characters, adds danger-filled mystery to a steamy romance, and keeps reader's interest to the revealing end." darquereviews.blogspot.com "A great pick for readers who like their supernatural romances funny, seductive, and light on gore." wordcandybooks.blogspot.com "Nice and steamy. Props for good writing and an interesting world." kristiej.blogspot.com PRAISE FOR KENDRA LEIGH CASTLE: "Castle's world-building is superb and leaves readers wanting more." Romantic Times "Fans of straight up romance looking for a little extra something will be bitten." PublishersWeekly "The Scottish Highlands have never been so sexy!" Wild on Books.com "The intrigue, the romance, and the good versus evil fight contained herein creates a masterpiece like no other… This is one Scottish werewolf I'd take home to Mom." Romance Junkies
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 1st 2009
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: The MacInnes Werewolves (#3)
I absolutely loved this book! Ice Mage, Bastian an Morgaine is a tormented hero carrying around a curse without a discernible cure. Werewolf Catriona MacInnes has just arrived in Scotland, visiting her werewolf relatives for the first time. She and her sisters, Poppy and Skye, have been kept in t...
This novel has 247 pages on the Nook. very good afternoon read.
This was a very, very enjoyable read. I liked the main characters and all the secondary characters. Though I have not yet read the first two books in the trilogy, I could easily follow the storyline. The hero and heroine were well-drawn, likeable characters, the evil creatures were properly evil and...
This is nice, well-written book, but it just didn't pull me into it. In all fairness, I must add, there were some very unsettling events that happened while I was reading it which might have colored my perspective.It's the third in the trilogy about the MacInnes werewolves (my bad-I haven't been ab...