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I loved the interaction between Hannah and Taggart as they forge a path toward a common destiny. Although certain paranormal hints were sprinkled into the beginning of the story, I REALLY enjoyed it when the blinders came off. Greyson manages to paint wonderfully visual pictures with words, and the spicy scenes were hot without being overly graphic. I want to reread this book to sink into the details, since the first time I raced through to learn what happens with Hannah and Taggart!
This was my first Maeve Greyson book, but I'm adding all her other titles to my TBR list.
now "Eternity's Mark" was another hoot. The "Mouse" in Beyond a Highland Whisper and now her "Dragons" go to show how totally warped this womans head is. Her ability to bring these crazy characters to life and the quips she throws in had me in total intrigue and "What" and "Laughter" and "Oh No"!!! (My poor husband)lol. Yes, some sex, but not over done with page after page.
I really hope she follows up with "William" he is adorable and I would adopt him in a heart beat.
Fun, fun story.
Eternity's Mark is the story of Hannah MacPherson and Taggart de Gaelson. Hannah is a widow and a veterinarian and Taggart is the protector of the Draecna and Taroc Na Mor. Taggart has been looking for Hannah for a very long time.
Taggart knows that Hannah is the last of her bloodline and the last known Guardian. Hannah realized when she was younger that she was different from the other children but kept her ability to herself. Taggart has gone to convince Hannah to come back to Taroc Na Mor.
Hannah gives Taggart some resistance in going to Taroc Na Mor. She is hard headed and strong willed. But she finally gives into Taggart and goes to Taroc Na Mor to see it for herself. Once she arrives she learns more about her family and where her ability comes from.
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I give Eternity's Mark 5 stars and would recommend this novel to anyone who loves paranormal romances. Maeve Greyson's Eternity's Mark is one that I would reread again and again. It is truly a enjoyable read.
Paranormal Romance -Feb. 28th, 2012
3 ½ stars
Hannah MacPherson is an exhausted, overworked veterinarian who is quite lonely if she would only admit it. As a widow, she says she doesn't need a man but boy does she get a gorgeous surprise! For Hannah does not realize that she is a mythical dragon guardian and that she is in danger.
When a mysterious and sexy man named Taggart de Gaelson arrives in her small town, Hannah can't help but feel she knows him however impossible it may seem. When she discovers she is the sole heir to a beautiful and haunting Scottish castle, she wants no part of it. But as a powerful Draecna, Taggart is her protector and future mate. He has different plans for her, and he is running out of time for there are others who want to kill Hannah!
This was a fascinating new world. I like that the original mythology of the Draecna. It was very different from many of the paranormal romances out in the market. The hero, Taggart is very sexy. I just couldn't understand why Hannah took soooo long to finally let him into her heart. Hannah is kind of slow and sometimes a bland character. While I liked her work ethic and memory to her dead husband she seems to hold herself back a lot in the beginning of story which caused it to drag. I kept waiting for something to happen! Taggart has to pull her almost kicking to Scotland. I wished she had shown some enthusiasm most women would be delighted to find they inherited a castle in Scotland or at least been curious. But as the story progresses, so did my enthusiasm for the book. I was also utterly charmed by the endearing young Draecna named William.
If you love dragons and Scotland, this intriguing book will surprise you!
Reviewed by Steph from the Bookaholics Romance Book Club