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Highland Rebel (Berkley Sensation) by [Mallory, Tess]
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Length: 304 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 975 KB
  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley; Original edition (February 2, 2009)
  • Publication Date: March 3, 2009
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001RDCJD0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,362,097 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I bought this book based on the 4 and 5 star reviews. Boy were they wrong. This story just did not hang together for me. I even found myself skimming which I never do. The beginning dragged and I nearly set it down. When finally the story progressed to 14th century Scotland, it presented a tale that became less believable. For example, in what Scotland would the eldest son of a laird be sent to bagpipe school? I don't think so. Maybe a 3rd or 4th son but not the eldest. And how is it that Ian never felt the responsibility of the eldest? Her attempts to explain this did not seem believable. The romance between Ian and Ellie wasn't well developed either. There should have been more sexual tension between them during their six months on the road when he was the Celtic rock star. Then there was the small matter of Ian's continuing to sleep with Ellie for weeks with no concern of a pregnancy and no mention of marriage in old Scotland or the future. No other highland romance I've read has the "honorable" hero so unconcerned about his love's reputation or the possibility of her birthing a child out of wedlock. She might be a modern woman but he was a 14th century man. So, that just wasn't realistic. And his thought of marriage at the end was just that...a thought at the end. The ending was predictable, especially given Ian's vision of himself at a concert with Ellie and his daughter at his side. Oh well....
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Highland Rebel

Tess Mallory never fails to entertain and her imaginative storytelling really shines through in "Highland Rebel." It really is unlike anything I've ever read (and I read A LOT). It's a non-stop adventure through history that makes you hold your breath til you finish the epilogue! It almost felt like a movie playing in my mind! The imagery is so detailed, the writing is beautiful, and the characters unforgettable! If you like sex, humor, and adventure (and who among us doesn't!?), this book is a must-read that is a keeper for sure!
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Ian MacGregor has traveled through time with friend Quinn from 18th century Scotland to present day. While he used to be the eldest son with great responsibilities back in the 1700s, he's currently the front for the Scottish rock band Outlaw, wooing the lassies with his beautiful eyes, sexy kilt and bagpipes.

Ellie Graham is his tour manager. Her parents died when she was young and since then, she's had to maintain her cool exterior. Nothing seems to get under her skin; well, nothing except the sexy-as-sin rock singer. When Ellie accidentally steps on an oddly shaped spiral in a cave near her sister's home, she and friend/scientist Davey catapult through time, back into the 1700s, where she comes face to face with Ian's past.

When Ian returns to his own time to save Ellie, he finds that the world he left behind is in dire straits. Will he want to remain in his own time, or will he return to present day to be with Ellie and the future he sees with her?

Highland Rebel is a wonderful story of a trio's amazing journey back and forth through time. When Ellie and Davey are sent back in time, they not only don't know where they are, they don't know when they are. Thankfully, Ian is there to rescue them a short while later. Then he really shocks the pair: not only have they gone back in time, but he's originally from this time period.

Their journey about the Scottish countryside includes battling the evil forces of the Black Watch, the English occupation. However, unrest was not only found in Ian's country, but also in his own home. There, Ian, Davey and Ellie meet his new half-sister, brothers and ailing father. Thinking Ian dead the long years he's been away, they're suspicious of his return.

Ian's conflicted.
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The Highland Rebel Ian MacGregor is the hottest rock star with his songs dominating the charts and air waves. He finds his fame and fortune amusingly ironic since he is an original Highland Rebel having traveled through time from the eighteenth century. Although he plays the groupies as the "Celtic Casanova", he is attracted to band manager Ellie Graham.

Ellie loves Ian, but since her parents died she fears strong emotions so she hides her feelings from the singer and to a degree herself. When Ellie accidentally travels back three centuries, Ian follows to save his beloved. Only fate picked a time and place that leaves them between a rock of Highland rebels and the roll of the armies of the English king.

The Queen of Highlander time travel romance (see HIGHLAND MAGIC, HIGHLAND DREAM, HIGHLAND FLING and HIGHLAND ROGUE), Tess Mallory writes another whimsical tale as the roguish hero follows his love back to the era he left behind. Part of the pleasure in this delightful entry is the reaction of Ian's brother Angus to his siblings' return after his being away over two decades from home as he sets the tone and invigorates the saga.

Harriet Klausner
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