Loving the Highlander

A tempestuous passion begins with a battle of wills When Sadie Quill comes upon an unbelievably gorgeous man lying naked beside a lake, she can t resist taking his photo and is quickly trapped in a passionate confrontation with the fierce stranger Discovering the identity of this irresistible warrior will complicate Sadie s search for a legendary gold mine For he iA tempestuous passion begins with a battle of wills When Sadie Quill comes upon an unbelievably gorgeous man lying naked beside a lake, she can t resist taking his photo and is quickly trapped in a passionate confrontation with the fierce stranger Discovering the identity of this irresistible warrior will complicate Sadie s search for a legendary gold mine For he is Morgan MacKeage, a medieval highlander in modern day Maine, a man with the fury of the untamed wilderness pounding in his veins and the power to unlock Sadie s fragile heart.
Loving the Highlander A tempestuous passion begins with a battle of wills When Sadie Quill comes upon an unbelievably gorgeous man lying naked beside a lake she can t resist taking his photo and is quickly trapped in a pa

  • Title: Loving the Highlander
  • Author: Janet Chapman
  • ISBN: 9781416523420
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Loving the Highlander”

    1. Originally read in 2014. Re-read in 2016.Recipe for this book? One alpha male highlander, a heroine who doesn’t believe in magic and carries a lot of guilt, the hunt for gold, an unknown threat and lots of magic in the beautiful wilderness.Thoroughly enjoyed Morgan and Sadie’s story. Morgan came across as such a neanderthal in his pursuit of Sadie, but it was just what she needed. Guilt over a fire she considered her fault and self conscious over her perceived imperfections, Sadie has pushed [...]

    2. Argh. These are the times when I really need that half star rating system.Loving the Highlander was another quick, easy and enjoyable read in Janet Chapman's Highlander series. This installment features Morgan MacKeage, Greylen's brother from Charming the Highlander. Morgan was one of the men accidentally transported 800 years into the future when a druidh's spell went awry.Sadie Quill, emotionally and physically scarred from a house fire which resulted in the death of her sister and father, is [...]

    3. I had high hopes for this book in the beginning. I liked the idea of Sadie Quill’s character. A woman who was not only decently haunted but also physically scared. Sadie is very conscious of her scars. A beautiful woman naturally she now has scars covering her entire back and one arm. Because they extend to her hand some are always visible.I liked that Chapman created a character who was haunted by something realistic (the deaths of her sister and father) and also a woman who was dealing with [...]

    4. Sadie sucked in her breath and waited for Morgan to say his vows. “You’re mine,” he growled, pulling her so forcibly into his chest that the air rushed out of her lungs with a gasp. You’re mine? That was it?4 StarsI am LOVING this series, I enjoyed book one but book two was fantastic. I laughed so many times in this book, Sadie and Morgan have so many awkward moments on top of the sexual tension they are trying to fight makes this book an exciting read. The poor guy looked like one of th [...]

    5. Sadie Quill, is patroling the land in Maine, for a park to be built, but she stumbles across a naked and virile highlander, Morgan MacKeage. After the encounter she is scared to death, and can't stop thinking about him, thinking him even though sexy as sin, is crazy and maybe not at all right in his head.Morgan when finding that Sadie is the one that will be wanting to put this beautiful forest and all its secret as part of a park, he wants to scare her off the land so she will never return but [...]

    6. This is the 2nd book in an entertaining series about some 12th century Highland warriors who have been thrust 800 years into the future. It's only been 8 years since it happened, Morgan is still not comfortable with living in this new era, and he still feels that his sword is his best friend. Sadie lost her sister in a house fire 8 yrs ago, her father died 3 yrs ago from health problems caused by smoke inhalation from that fire, and Sadie herself has major burn scars from being trapped in that f [...]

    7. Book reviewed for theereaderjunkie.wordpressI must warn you : I read this book at an inopportune moment and probably have given it a lesser rate than it deserves. I was tired, disturbed all the time and there was an impossible heat wave (more than a 100°F) that lasted for days - which didn't help me concentrate on anything but cold beverages and moving into the fridge (I couldn't make it but I tried !).This series was recommended to me by Renee@Addictedtoromance but when I wanted to buy the fir [...]

    8. Funny. She's peeking through a view finder of a cammera, sees a naked guy across a small lake. She takes pictures of him and he hears it. He chases her down, scares her & she runs away. Later that week, her mom sets up a double blind date, and it's him. He persues her from there.

    9. Me han gustado mucho los personajes y la historia. Pero me pasa lo mismo que con el anterior: un buen libro, pero demasiado precipitado.

    10. 3.5 stars (I think?)I liked this 2nd book much better than the 1st book. While it still calls for suspension of disbelief, what romance doesn't? It's much more believable and much less convoluted than the 1st book was.Sadie (Mercedes) Quill is late twenty-something, 6'1", and full of guilt -- she bears the scars from the fire that she believes she's responsible for a fire that killed her younger sister and weakened her father's heart. Her father died just 3 years ago. But Sadie is determined to [...]

    11. As child the heroine left a candle burning in her family home which caused the fire that killed her sister and her father and resulted in her being heavily scarred. As such, she's horribly self conscious and insecure about how she looks and doesn't consider her beautiful or pretty. The fact that she's 6 foot tall doesn't help matters either as it's hard to feel pretty when she's constantly looking down at her dates. So, she's become a recluse. Sure she dates, or she goes on dates with man her mo [...]

    12. Recently (Today) Re-Read,So many of Janet Chapman's books are worthy of re-reads. So many of them are so well loved by me that I read them at least once a year. However, this one has never been a favorite so I thought that it deserved another chance by me. I'm sort of sorry I did so, because it just doesn't seem like this is a book written by the same Janet Chapman that we all know and love.This book may suit some of the readers that do not like a petite heroine, but it is going to be a big disa [...]

    13. Finally Done! (I just started summer course so I didn't get much time for the book) Anyway the book was so cute and funny even though I wanted to cry I kept on laughing.The heroin: I felt sorry for her for 2 reasons, one is that how she feels guilty for the death of her sis and dad. And second when she feels self conscious and think shes ugly.The hero: yeah at the beginning they also showed us that he was suffering too and lonely. But right on their first encounter it turned cute. and when they [...]

    14. Ok, I actually GOT the humor in this one. And the story itself was pretty good. Only one quibble and fortunately, it was taken care of properly a day or two later - regardless of how marriage is done in the H's culture, it is NOT cool to marry the h according to the H's culture without actually and properly explaining things to her (that whole trickery thing, rather like getting a chick drunk in Vegas and taking her to meet Elvis). Fortunately, the handy dandy priest showed up a day or two later [...]

    15. I love a smart,thoughtful,strong hero and I liked the heroine in this as well: damaged but strong and struggling to live her life. I liked the plot and the peripheral characters. There was fun, drama,humor,pathos in the story. And it did end happily.

    16. I loved this book. So much that I read it twice in a row. The scarred female and the beautiful highlander. A great feel good story. Wonderful characters - definitely a must read.

    17. A great addition to the other MacKeage clan books I have read by Janet Chapman. Fills in a lot of details and is a fantastic read for any romance/adventure lover.

    18. I totally enjoyed this book! Some of the things Sadie said were really powerful. I found that the ending wasn't much of a surprise, but it was still awesome! I'm really sad now that its over :-(

    19. A fun series with the right amounts of sexy, funny and touching. I am looking forward to the rest of the series.

    20. Está muy bien. Me ha gustado mucho, pero aún así siento que le falta algo. Me gustó más el primer libro de la saga.

    21. AdventureThis book keeps you hoping on your toes. Absolutely tilt. Best one yet!!! Hope you enjoy it as much as I have.

    22. Another re-read. The second in the original trilogy about the highlanders who've been zapped into present day and now live in Maine. This one features Morgan, a very tall (funny, you never here about any short highlanders) warrior who meets his match, Sadie, when she spots him skinny-dipping and decides to commenorate the occasion with her camera. When a books starts with the hero chasing the heroine down while naked - it has to be good!Sadie's looking for a long lost mine (much like the Dutchma [...]

    23. great book!lebih suka buku ini daripada yang buku sebelumnya mendebarkan banget pertemuan pertamanya morgan sama sadie jadi pas sadie lagi keliling keliling hutan sambil merenung (ceilah) dia ga sengaja ngeliat orang kecipak kecipak di danau,, ternyata itu morgan! dan naked! karena sadie aja ngeliat tubuh morgan yang berbentuk sampe gag bisa memalingkan muka (imagine it!) dan secara tidak sadar njepret pake kameranya,, makane pas morgan sadar kalo ada yg ngintip dikejar tuh sadie, walo kakinya s [...]

    24. I loved this story about Sadie & Morgan. It was very charming! It had just the right amount of romance for me not to feel so chocked by it. I really love Chapman's writing style and I loved the whole magical river and the wizard. This book had me laughing at some parts like when Morgan is found bathing naked in the river and he explains his actions to the wizard too funny! This book also had some action I was taken back when I read who was really responsible for the fire and was seeking the [...]

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