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True to the Highlander (The Novels of Loch Moigh Book 1) Kindle Edition

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“Quite enchanting...more than a few laughable moments. The characters were delightful...smart and sassy. There was just enough romance to add a perfect amount of spice.” —Night Owl Reviews Top Pick

About the Author

As a child, award-winning author Barbara J. Longley moved frequently and learned how to entertain herself with stories. As an adult, she’s lived in a commune in the Appalachians, taught on an Indian reservation, and traveled from coast to coast. Once she had children, she decided it was time to plant roots and made Minnesota her permanent home. Barbara holds a master’s degree in special education and has been an elementary school teacher for many years. While she loves teaching, reading and writing are her passions. She is also the author of The Difference a Day Makes, Far from Perfect, A Change of Heart, and Heart of the Druid Laird.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3603 KB
  • Print Length: 339 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (February 18, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 18, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EZCY0L4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,116 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Award winning, Amazon bestselling author Barbara Longley and each of her four siblings were born in different states, and because her family moved so frequently, she learned early on how to entertain herself with stories. As an adult, she has lived on a commune in the Appalachians, taught on an Indian reservation, and traveled from coast to coast. When her own children came along, she decided to try something new--staying put. She has made Minnesota her home ever since.

Barbara holds a Masters in Education, and taught for many years. She enjoys exploring things mythical, metaphysical, paranormal and anything newsworthy. Much of what she learns makes its way into her stories, where all things are possible. Reading and writing are her passions. Don't miss hearing about new releases and breaking news--subscribe to Ms. Longley's newsletter via her website: http://www.barbaralongley.com, or follow her Amazon author page.

She loves to hear from readers.

FAR FROM PERFECT:
2012 OKRWA National Readers Choice Award Winner/Contemp. Romance
2013 Virginia Romance Writers' HOLT Medallion Award of Excellence Winner/Mainstream Fiction
2013 GRW Maggie Award of Excellence Winner/Single Title
2013 GDRWA Booksellers' Best Award Finalist
2013 ACRA Heart of Excellence Readers' Choice Award Winner/Contemporary single Title

THE DIFFERENCE A DAY MAKES
2014 ACRA Heart of Excellence Readers' Choice Award Winner/Long Contemporary
2014 Virginia Romance Writers' HOLT Medallion Merit Award
THE HIGHLANDER'S BARGAIN
2015 GDRWA Booksellers' Best
If you are interested in reading excerpts of her other works of fiction, please visit her website
http://www.barbaralongley.com

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So, let me tell you how freaking awesome this book was. This was the kind of book where you call up people in the middle of the night and go "OMG, you HAVE GOT to read this book!!".

This book was Julie Garwood good!! I don't know what Barbara Longley put in her cereal while she wrote this but she needs needs to market it, because this lady had it going on! Now, I am a fan of time travel romance, but one of the problems with this trope is that very often, there are just parts that don't make sense. Not so with True to the Highlander. It all made perfect sense and nobody acted contrary to their time period and I just want to be buried with this book. It was soooo hard to keep my review to myself.

First of all, IMHO, the star of the book, Alethia (*gasp*) yep, you heard me right. The heroine. She was perfect. Lippy, brave but not stupidly so, smart and since I want you to read this for yourself, I won't tell you why, but of all the females in all the known world, Alethia is the only choice for this adventure/romance. I will tell you that my girl, Alethia is responsible for the modern day tampon, and my new favorite word.

"BOSSAMEE" I use this like a thousand times a day, now!!

Malcolm is a flat out hoot. He just doesn't know what to do with this modern day woman. He considers himself to be a modern man, (for his time) he just doesn't realize that to Alethia, he is barely out of the cave. There are just so many elements that combine to make this one of my favorite reads this year, the humor, the romance, the lack of overwhelming angst, the wonderful story, and the great secondary characters, and it is a SMART book. At no point did I have to grit my teeth and go "Nooooo, it doesn't fit!!
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I was lucky to get an ARC copy, and I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. True (or Alethia in our time) is sent back to fifteenth-century Scotland to save a life, although she has no idea whose. Malcolm is the son of an earl, and as such is a leader of men. She's a feisty Native American modern girl to his old-time dominant ways. Seeing the two of these characters go head-to-head was so much fun! I love many things about this story - the Scottish accents (just enough to give a flavor of their dialect), the glimpses of Scottish history, and of course, the love story. This was a quick read, the adventure so absorbing, it carried me to the last page. Truly a great read.
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By J Hodges on February 25, 2014
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Ok! You try to hold your kindle , read your book, turn the pork chops and stir the taters all while listening to your husband talk about his day. Talk about multitasking. When I just wanted to sit down and finish this book. It was a great read and I am on to the authors next book. I Don't break down and tear apart the books that I read, they are for enjoyment not dissection. Enjoy!
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I was hooked on this story just a few pages in. This book combines the best of everything I love to read about; historical romance, the paranormal, mystery, & drama. The characters are wonderful and well developed. The heroine is smart, funny, strong, & brave. The hero is the perfect mix of stubborn, romantic, & masculine. This is one of those rare stories I would actually read more than once. I want to tell everyone I know to read it ASAP! You should too! It's so great!
I'm off to find the sequel now. Bye! :)
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I rarely smile or chuckle out loud while reading but did so often while engrossed this book. It was fun with just enough swashbuckling to add a bit of suspense factor and just enough sex to make it a bit hot. Very well written and, something I also rarely find, exactly the right length! Not so long you start getting antsy to finish it but not so short you feel cheated (although I would have preferred having the next book available immediately).
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The plot and characters were pretty similar to the series Outlander by Diana Gabaldon, so I found that I kept comparing.
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This book was ok, but it was annoying on so many levels. The story of time travel was somewhat interesting, however, it had the typical plot of the psudo-strong heroine who is, of course a 20-something year old virgin, and the big, strong meathead hero from another time who has to come to terms regarding a modern, independent woman. Everyone is so quick to believe that she is the daughter of a “king” just because she’s in fancy clothes and because she tells them she is a far away king’s daughter. No further questions asked because anyone who can play the violin like that must be highly born. The Native American element seemed forced/weird and her infinite skills at everything (besides constantly misinterpreting love as “responsibility”) were flawless. She also knows sign language, and oh my god, an unattached deaf boy to keep as my very own! Ugh. The worst part was Malcolm telling True that if she would have told him sooner that she was from the 20th century, he could have believed her instantly thus avoiding all the miscommunications between them. Although I was impatient with the story, I kept reading because I wanted to find out how everything would turn out. All was tied up nicely and it was thankfully not a cliffhanger. It wasn’t the worst money spent, but I won’t be reading any of the other books in the series.
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