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Product Details

  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: The Wild Rose Press (May 1, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1601540507
  • ISBN-13: 978-1601540508
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 8 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,767,972 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I look foward to reading some of Reasor's other books.
Sherrel B. Johnson
I found that it dragged on and found myself skipping pages to just get through it.
MacKinnon
It was really good, the characters were complex and the plot was enjoyable.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By MNix on June 21, 2007
Format: Paperback
Lady Mary MacLachlan is called home to her father's holding for the 3rd time in more than a decade, to be betrothed to someone she doesn't even know. When things go wrong and she is seduced and subsequently shamed by her betrothed, Alexander Campbell, she flees. When it is discovered she is pregnant and it looks like both her father and Campbell are fighting over her for the wrong reasons, she again flees, this time to Castle Lorne and demands sanctuary from Alexander's father.

Alexander has been away fighting with Robert the Bruce and now wants nothing more than to settle down and have the family that he has secretly craved. He is drawn to Mary and seduces her for her and his men's protection, though not telling her this is what is going on. Because of this, his betrayal destroys Mary's trust and his belief in himself. Determined to make things right he follows her and protects her while she travels to his father's stronghold.

Alexander finds himself brought up on charges of rape by Mary's father. But, she stops the proceedings and marries him instead. But, will he ever win her trust back, and more importantly will he win her heart back. With those still trying to tear them apart can Mary forgive Alexander and have the family she has always craved?

Absolutely fantastic Scottish Highland Romance. I highly recommend this story to those who like romantic realistic Highlander stories. Highland Moonlight takes a look at how women were used to further family holdings as well as how love and integrity might just have played a part in many of their lives. The characters were all believable and likeable as well as realistic. Teresa Reasor has made a wonder full addition to the Historical Romance category with Highland Moonlight. I am off to find her next book, and be first in line to get it.

Tanya
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gerri Bowen on November 17, 2007
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This Scottish story commences with a marriage begun under trying circumstances, mistrust and shame. How the author weaves her tale to tell a story about a couple trying to make their marriage work amidst treachery, confusion and doubt to one of trust and honor is a delight to read. This could have been a story with chapters of back story at the beginning, yet Ms Reasor deftly began her tale where the story began. The characters were believable, not perfect caricatures spouting English with a Scots accent. Secondary characters were interesting and believable, especially Tira. The sexual tension was well done, as good as I`ve read.
If you enjoy romances, especially Scottish romances, you'll enjoy this book. I highly recommend Highland Moonlight.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A. Durham on May 21, 2007
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If you're a sucker for a man in a kilt or your heart melts for a Highlander, this is one book you don't want to miss. Reasor creates a complex heroine and a to-die-for hero who will have you applauding when they finally reach their happily-ever-after. Full of suspense and adventure, 'Highland Moonlight' will keep you flipping pages until the very end. Well done, Ms. Reasor!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Regan on March 24, 2010
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OK, I love a good highland romance, and this is a good story, but from the beginning I had problems with parts of it being believable. Mary is supposedly forced to marry Alexander but I was not persuaded that the woman who declared she wanted "no husband" after his horrible betrayal could so quickly turn and marry him, family threats aside. The foundation for that was weak. And Mary was just too saintly for any reality throughout the whole book. What was she, 17? And yet she has all the skills and wisdom of a woman in her 40's. I don't think so. Then, her one bout of anger (the plate throwing episode) seemed out of character. The lead in was not sufficient. She overhears a conversation where she is discussed and suddenly she is throwing plates when she has held her tongue in every other incident where she was talked about. And here are the major missing scenes: (1) Mary's memory of the night Alexander took her and shamed her in front of the two clans, (2) Her father's subsequent rage and the beating he gave her, (3) Her losing her temper with Alexander for his betrayal (if she was going to be angry with him, that should have been the trigger and it should have come much earlier), (4) Alexander's telling John (his father) of what he'd done to Mary and the beating she received at Colin's hand and John's advice that it would take longer to win her because of it (it is unbelievable that as close as they were such a conversation did not take place), (5) Mary's question to Alexander about how his clan would receive her knowing she was pregnant when wed and shamed before both clans (of course this was known and Mary feared it yet the conversation did not take place as they journeyed to Alexander's holdings).Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By cathyr on October 10, 2012
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Plot:
The consequences of Alexander going to Mary's bed are long reaching. Clans at war, families fighting for honour, and Mary and Alexander striving to find a love beneath their hurt and betrayal.

Comments:
- Historic Romance (Scotland, 1328).
- 7401 kindle locations, 288 pages, 94570 words
- m/f - neither frequent nor particularly explicit. Integral to the storyline. Caring.
- Throughout the book Mary and Alexander are dealing with the consequences of him being found in her bed prior to marriage. This includes Mary having received a severe beating, being lectured on her shame and responsibility by the priest, and pregnancy. It is by no means ignored, and directs their relationship (or lack thereof) for much of the book.

Opinion:
A really nice, easy medieval read. Believeable and loving, watching Mary and Alexander find their way to each other, putting aside the past to see a future, is exactly what I want in my romance.

"Highland Moonlight" is one of those books that happily stands alone, but you hope the author may one day return to The World and give us the stories of the background characters.

A nicely recommended read.

-CR-
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