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by Melissa Mayhue

  • Author: Melissa Mayhue
  • ISBN: 1615239286
  • ISBN13: 978-1615239283
  • ePub: 1146 kb | FB2: 1771 kb
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (2010)
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 313
  • Format: lit mbr mbr lrf
A Highlander's Destiny ePub download

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A Highlander's Destiny book. Jesse may be a Scot but there are very few Highlander elements to this story. Melissa Mayhue is an excellent writer, and her books just keep on getting better. The evil Faerie Folk dominate the story, not the Highlanders or the time travel elements. Barb The Reading Cafe.

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A Highlander's Destiny. I have to admit that the first chapter of this book was a bit challenging and I almost didn't want to continue with the book. But I am glad that I made the effort because I really did enjoy this book.

Melissa Mayhue is the award-winning author of Thirty Nights with a Highland Husband, Highland Guardian, Soul of a Highlander, A Highlander of Her Own, A Highlander's Destiny, A Highlander's Homecoming.

Melissa Mayhue is the award-winning author of Thirty Nights with a Highland Husband, Highland Guardian, Soul of a Highlander, A Highlander of Her Own, A Highlander's Destiny, A Highlander's Homecoming, Healing the Highlander and A Highlander's Curse. She and her family live in Colorado in the shadow of the beautiful Rocky Mountains with three insanely spoiled dogs, one domineering cat, a turtle with an attitude, and way too many fish in their aquarium.

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A Highlander’s Destiny, page 2. Back in Wyddecol, his merchant-class family might have far outranked her own, but here things were different. Here, his subservient position didn’t rate explanation of any kind from her. Don’t be ridiculous, Flynn, she’d said, sneering. 0 5 Author: Melissa Mayhue. He's tried to lose himself in his work, taking on the worst mankind has to offer, but what he really needs to find is his true love

A Highlander's Destiny. He's tried to lose himself in his work, taking on the worst mankind has to offer, but what he really needs to find is his true love. When he sets out to help a mysterious woman find her sister, what he gets is much more than he bargained for: battling an undeniable attraction to his sexy new client while fighting an ancient evil to keep her safe

He's tried to lose himself in his work, taking on the worst mankind has to offer, but what he really needs to find is his true love.

A Highlander's Destiny - Melissa Mayhue. In Highlander's Destiny, another story in the Daughters of Glen series, author Melissa Mayhue flings us into the world of the Fae along with Destiny. Of course, like all good romances, we have a gorgeous hero in the person of Jesse Coryell. A man with a mission, Jesse doesn't always trust what Destiny reveals about her visions.

376 pages; includes peek--prologue and chapter one--of next book in series, "The Highlander's Homecoming"
Kearanny
For some reason or another, Destiny Noble has always had visions/dreams while sleeping. When her sister disappears, she dreams of a man that can help her find her sister when everyone else writes her sister off as a runaway.

It's been a while since I read a book from this series. I'm having a difficult time jumping into it and don't remember some of the characters clearly anymore. I enjoyed the books in the series when I read them a while ago, but for one reason or another, this book didn't live up to how I remember the other books in the series. I don't remember as many "technical" explanations (they were a bit dry for me) about the faeries in the other books, but I could be mistaken.

I did enjoy this book though. The main character had great chemistry even if Destiny was a bit weak/whiny at the beginning. I would definitely recommend reading at least a few of the previous books in the series before attempting this one. The storyline is good, but knowing the characters and different kinds of magic that were introduced in the other books adds so much more to the story.

I wish there was so much more to the ending, but I guess that's what supposed to get me to get my hands on the next book. =)
Adrietius
I read all the reviews and thought -hey, I'm in it for this many books, I'm not stopping now. Honestly, I've been anxiously awaiting Jesse's story-I always thought him a terrific modern hero.

I really like the fact that He is a modern day Highlander!!!!!!!!I believe she wrote his story almost as we all expected................Modern day one man rescue hero-with intelligence, skill and now he's a sexy Elite Guard- Guardian for Dallyn........HOT............I believe the problem with this one is she wrote HER without a romantic bone in her body.

One time it started to heat up and I thought, hey, here is where we're gonna get the love story started (shower scene). But then Destiny's attitude (or lack of) kicks in again and her pouty party moods start to drain what feelings Jesse and she should be expressing. Not enough angst, wit, heart tugging converstions or soft whispers, It wasn't even as scary as little Rosie foresees.

There is alot of action in this one! maybe she didn't have much room for the romantic build up. I still enjoyed all the Faerie World interaction and Jesse can certainly rescue me anytime. "sigh"

I will be starting on #6 today..........
PS I hope she hasn't forgotten Dallyn's brother Wyn, will we hear what happens to him perhaps..?
Funny duck
I have read all of the books in this series, and I will admit they are very entertaining. However, book had a lot of really irritating elements that left me...well...irritated! Destiny "hires" Jesse (with no money or offer of payment) and he comes to her rescue. Then when he wants to do what she hired him to do, she rejects his ideas and runs off on her own! He is forced to rescue her AND her sister! There were just too many elements of the story line that I did not buy into. The bad buys (woman in this case) are idiots, and the ending is dumb. I just think her earlier stories were much better.
Enila
I am generally enjoying this series, and I like this author's writing, but I'm rather annoyed by the reliance on the heroines doing something stupid in order to progress the story. "I shall overcome my fears and insecurities (or whatever she's trying to prove) by charging blindly into this situation!"

This book uses just that much more of it.

The heroines are strong in many ways, and I really like that, but their survival through the adventures of the stories seems to always hinge on blind luck and/or the hero rescuing them. That, to me, qualifies as "too stupid to live" and is very annoying in an otherwise good series.
Bragis
Soooo disappointed! My biggest beef with this book is that with each book in the series, she seems to be getting bolder with the cuss words...really, the "F" bomb now? Could've done without that! All the romance has been replaced with base lust, and that makes it difficult to get emotionally involved with the characters. With each book in the series so far the bedroom scenes have gotten more explicit and raunchier. If that's what you're into then great, but I prefer the more romantic side of things. Love her books, but not sure if I'll be reading any more.
Tane
This book is not as good as the others in the series. Jesse is such a neat character and it would've been nice to have him find someone with some spirit. Destiny cried, wept, and was scared through most of the book. Or, she "lifted her chin" and had "pouty lips" to show her lack of trust. Destiny had the personality of a dish rag. I was so frustrated with the story - thinking it would get better... it never did. Oh well... the other books in the series are very good and a great escape for an afternoon or evening of reading. This story, however, could be skipped!
Bad Sunny
The worst book from this author I have ever read! Did she use a ghost writer or something? It was filled with FOUL LANGUAGE that was NOT needed and did NOTHING to help the plot! I was so disappointed as I have enjoyed everything else this author has written.
This is a time travel romance. Full of family, love, and magic. I love all the daughters of the Glen series.
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