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My Honorable Highlander

Series: Highland Games Through Time , Book 1.0
By: Nancy Lee Badger | Other books by Nancy Lee Badger
Published By: Nancy Lee Badger
Published: May 18, 2012
ISBN # 9781476417400
Word Count: 92,000
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Categories: Romance>Time-travel Romance>Scottish/Highlander Romance>Historical Other


My Honorable Highlander (Highland Games Through Time) by Nancy Lee Badger - Romance>Time-travel eBook

PLEASE NOTE: Nancy's book, Dragon In The Mist, was awarded a 2012 Readers Choice Award in the Silken Sands Self-Published STARS Contest.

My Honorable Highlander Book Blurb:

Bumbling present day herbalist, Haven MacKay, gets more than she bargains for when her love spell goes awry, is cast back in time, and meets her true love -- Laird Kirkwall Gunn.

Kirk’s plans go slightly off course when he falls in love with a woman wandering through the Scottish Highlands. After all, he has pledged to marry another, from an enemy clan, in order to end a century-old feud.
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Editorial Reviews:
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The book was hard to put down. I wanted to know what Kirk was going to do about his secret. The characters were well-formed and the banter was amazing. I enjoyed going back and forth between the two dialects. I have a whole new genre to add to my TBR pile. I wanted to read more, and am happy to find out there will be more books in this series.
The woman stepped closer and looked behind him. “I don’t see anyone. Where did you come from?”

He focused on her lips, then turned to look. The mist was thick and he no longer heard the sounds of battle; no cries of men, or clanging of swords. Even the rain had ceased to fall. Turning back, he sniffed the air, surprised at the absence of the brimstone odor of a lightning strike.

Instead, her fragrance drifted over him, enticing him with the scent of Highland wildflowers. Overwhelmed with her beauty and intoxicating fragrance, he dropped his sword and grabbed her by the upper arms.

“Hey. Knock it off!”

Kirk ignored her plea and gazed into her eyes. She did not cower beneath his show of force. In fact, she straightened her back, then kicked him in the shin.

“God’s teeth, woman. That hurt.” He kept his hold on her soft, naked skin.

“You started it,” she huffed.

Kirk’s impulse to taste the mouth spouting insults took over. Drawing her into his embrace, he heaved a sigh of relief when she came willingly. Her eyes widened the moment she realized he had easily enclosed her within his arms. She winced.

“You’re cold and wet,” she said.

Kirk had no cause to doubt the lass, recalling the storm and battle minutes earlier, so he smiled. She stared up at him, blessing him with sparkling pale green eyes like jewels filled with mischief.

“Let me warm ye.” Kirk grabbed a fistful of inky locks, gently tilted her head back, and feathered his lips over her. His hunger for more warred with his need to not frighten the lass. He felt it in his bones that when he released her—if he ever let her go—she would disappear as quickly as she arrived.

Even though he traveled eastward to marry a woman who meant nothing to him except protection for his clan, his mind worked to rewrite his future to include this nameless vixen. As he continued to kiss her, and she softened beneath his touch, he slipped his tongue inside her mouth.

She did not protest. Instead, the beautiful creature moaned with pleasure and curved her body into his chest and groin. The sound of her moans and the delicious heat of her body filled him with desire so strong, he fought against the need to strip her naked and ravish her in the mud.

Pulling back ever so slowly, Kirk gazed into her partially closed eyes, then placed soft kisses upon her eyelids. When he straightened and set her away from him, to get a better look at her, the fog began to break apart. Kirk’s breath caught.

My Honorable Highlander

By: Nancy Lee Badger