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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Star (December 27, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1451640870
  • ISBN-13: 978-1451640878
  • Product Dimensions: 1.1 x 4 x 7.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #970,265 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

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. Visit her website at MelissaMayhue.com.

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MELISSA MAYHUE began her writing career in 2005 after a vacation to Scotland and a hike on the Black Isle inspired her with the perfect setting for the characters running around in her head. Her resulting debut novel, THIRTY NIGHTS WITH A HIGHLAND HUSBAND, won the Holt Medallion and Book Buyers Best awards in 2008 and made the finals of the Colorado Book Awards.

Since then, her imaginary world of Faeries and Mortals has continued to grow. A HIGHLANDER'S HOMECOMING, sixth book in her award-winning Daughters of the Glen series from Pocket Books, was a 2011 RITA finalist in the Paranormal Category.

Married and the mother of three sons, Melissa lives in beautiful Northern Colorado with her family and two very spoiled Boston Terriers.

You can visit her on the web at: www.MelissaMayhue.com

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I love all of Melissa Mayhue's books, the fairy and warrior ones!
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He finds his soul mate in Dani and they find themselves facing great loss at the hands of Malcolm's step brother.
Leah Weller
This is the first book of the series that I read, and I enjoyed it greatly.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Shauni on December 28, 2011
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Melissa Mayhue once again works her magic with Warrior's Redemption her Ninth book in the Daughters of the Glen Series. While this books brings us back to the Clan MacGahan where Malcolm has been Laird for the past year. Having obtained his goal of becoming Laird one would think life would be good.. yeah one would think..

The past year has not been great for the Clan MacGahan and Malcolm MacDowlyt blames himself. He is riddled with guilt that his "wife" Isabella was not able to escape to freedom and died. Firmly believing that had she remained with him she would have if not been happy at least been alive he feels he failed her. On top of that, her mother, Elesyria, Fae servant to the Earth Mother believes that Isabella has died, that her life was cut short way too soon and has asked for and received permission to return to earth to punish those who hurt her or reward those who helped. After deciding that Malcolm had nothing to do with Isabella's death but rather tried to ensure her happiness, Elesyria decides to reward him with a boon..

Danielle Dearman is convinced of one thing.. that Faeries exist and that she has a purpose somewhere.. Just not where she is. Having read in a book at the age of 8 that Faeries like warm milk, Danielle made sure to feed them. Never missing a night for 15 years! No matter where she was or what job she was working at, she made sure the Faeries were fed, braving bad weather and ridicule she stayed true to her belief, that her life was somehow intertwined with the Fae. Finally after years of wondering she has discovered that the veil weakens at midnight on Samhaim and Dani has decided the time was right to speak to them.. Her request of course leads her smack dab in the middle of the 13th century...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By These Curves Talk on December 29, 2011
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Warriors Redemption by Melissa Mayhue is an enticing and entertaining read. She quickly reminded me of why I love time traveling & Highlander romances. I enjoyed reading this story in particular because of the inner conflict going on with Malcolm. I like complicated characters with complicated lives and he is one of them. I also thought that the addition of Norse and fairies within the story was interesting and fun. This is the first book that I've read by Mayhue and I'm excited that this is actually a spinoff of her other series Daughters of Glen. My only complaint would be, I wish the heat (sex scenes) would've been turned up a little more. I highly recommend this to readers who've enjoyed other series like the highlander series by Karen Marie Moning.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nikki B on December 27, 2011
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Malcolm, Laird of his Scottish clan has bigger problems then a visiting mother in law spouting off about fairies and magic. War is coming and his focus should rightfully be there. When his meddling mother in law Eleysria warns him of a girl who he must rescue he dares not to brush her off. Who he finds is Dani, a woman from the future with no idea how she came to be 700 years in the past, and in Malcolms strong embrace.

Dani never once believed that the fairy Goddess would send her to the past. She's not quite sure she even believed the fairies were listening. Now she is stuck in historical Scotland with no way home. In order to throw off Malcolm's evil half brother, she agrees to pretend they are betrothed to hopefully throw him off his game to take over Malcolms territory. The problem with pretending is that, at some point, it becomes real.

I'm not sure where to start this review. I really enjoyed the book but I can't seem to get into words why exactly. You may just have to take my word on it. :) To start with I'm not quite sure what to label this book. It's a mix of historical, contemporary and paranormal romance all rolled into one and usually that would annoy me. Melissa Mayhue makes it work and work well and so I ended up really liking the characters and their interactions.

Dani is our heroine. She is spunky and true to herself and her belief in fairies. Regardless of what others may think of her, she holds fast to her beliefs. On Halloween night she makes a plea to the fairy goddess to finally be rid of her boring life. To be taken to where she is needed, where her destiny is. She is beyond shocked when to fill her destiny she gets sent back to 700 years in the past. I loved watching how she adjusted to historical Scotland.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Harriet Klausner #1 HALL OF FAME on December 27, 2011
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In the Land of the Faerie in 1294 human time, Elesyria is hysterical when she learns her only daughter Isabella vanished in the World of Man. The Earth Mother tells her that her offspring lives with her SoulMate but not in the time and place Elesyria left her. Heeding the advice of the Goddess she crosses into the World of Man seeking the Tinklers to find out who aided her child.

Clan MacGahan Laird Malcolm MacDowylt feels doomed as the old gods of Asgard must constantly test his mettle. His spouse Isabella is dead and his sister Christiana is held captive by their half-brother Torquil who demands homage and silver from Clan MacGahan. Finally to drive him crazy the old gods send him the untamable shrew Elesyria.

Orphaned very young, Danielle Dearmon of Texas believes fairies are real. Her belief proves correct when she is sent back the Earth Mother seven centuries to Castle MacGahan. She thinks her host the laird is her one true love while he feels guilty how much he wants the opinionated newcomer. Dani's magic enables Malcolm to survive the ordeal of his odious sibling while her love emboldens him to take the fight to the enemy as he begins to understand Christiana's destiny.

The latest Melissa Mayhue's marvelous magical mayhem (see Highlander's Curse) is a superb time travel fantasy romance starring a twenty-first century Texan and a besieged thirteenth century Highlander-Viking. The fresh story line is fast-paced as Malcolm in the middle as the victim of two kick butt tongue lashers that make his abusive evil half-brother seem like a non in comparison. Readers will enjoy this otherworld medieval thriller.

Harriet Klausner
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