Highlanders

Highlanders Get swept away by the romance of the Highlands in three historical romance novellas from Harlequin The Warrior and the Rose Scottish Medieval by Brenda JoyceLady Juliana MacDougall prays for her lov

  • Title: Highlanders
  • Author: Brenda Joyce Michelle Willingham Terri Brisbin
  • ISBN: 9781459243255
  • Page: 355
  • Format: ebook
  • Highlanders

    Get swept away by the romance of the Highlands in three historical romance novellas from Harlequin The Warrior and the Rose Scottish Medieval 1 by Brenda JoyceLady Juliana MacDougall prays for her loved ones to survive battle against Robert Brucebut the battle comes to her when her lands are attacked by a band of Highlanders, including a man wearing the colors of herGet swept away by the romance of the Highlands in three historical romance novellas from Harlequin The Warrior and the Rose Scottish Medieval 1 by Brenda JoyceLady Juliana MacDougall prays for her loved ones to survive battle against Robert Brucebut the battle comes to her when her lands are attacked by a band of Highlanders, including a man wearing the colors of her clan s worst enemy Taken hostage by Alasdair Og, Juliana quickly learns he s as exceptional a lover as he is a ruthless warrior.But how can she ever love Alasdair when he s her blood enemy The Forbidden Highlander The MacLeries 6.5 by Terri BrisbinHonor bound by an arranged betrothal, James Murray never anticipated falling in love with his intended bride s dearest friend instead.The passion between James and Elizabeth MacLerie is undeniable, but they are torn between love and loyalty to their clans.Rescued by the Highland Warrior MacKinloch Clan 3.5 by Michelle WillinghamCeleste de Laurent is determined to never again live in poverty After sacrificing love for a secure marriage, she now stands to lose everything as a widow Her only hope is to bear an heir and what better man to father her child, and save her from a terrible fate, than Dougal MacKinloch, the only man she ever loved

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    1. Jill

      Do you like a highlander? They are a particular weakness of mine. Brenda Joyce has a way with writing them and their romantic stories.The Warrior and the Rose, is just another stunning example of how this woman can wield a story with words, even in this short story. This did not make it any less powerful.The other stories in this collection were interesting as well, both had the highland personalities in there characters down pat. I have to say this was a very pleasurable little collection of Hi [...]

    2. Becca

      I read only the MacKinloch Clan installment from Michelle Willingham. The other two stories did not interest me so they are not reviewed.This was the final installment of the MacKinloch Clan series. It was a short novella that told the tale of the youngest MacKinloch brother, Dougal. Dougal never really stuck out to me in the previous stories because he was so much younger and he really wasn't that memorable here either.In this novella, Dougal is reunited with the woman who rejected him for a we [...]

    3. Mary - Buried Under Romance

      Posted on Buried Under RomanceHighlanders is a nice anthology by three original voices in Scottish historical romance. In the first and last story, the romance is wonderfully developed and written with lyrical, moving prose. The second story, while nicely-written, has a slower pacing and, in my opinion, a boring story. Brenda Joyce's The Warrior and the Rose sets up the stage for her upcoming series, and focuses more on the historical background behind Clan Dougall (the Comyn family) and Clan Do [...]

    4. Zoe

      Maybe it was the novella length, I did not buy into any of the stories. I did not like the characters. Their stories were flat. I felt like I have read hundreds of stories like them before. Nothing memorable. I may have to call it quits on Brenda Joyce and Terri Brisbin. I have given them a few tries and always walked away disappointed.

    5. Kathie (katmom)

      These are three short stories. They stand on their own, but have ties to other book series by the three authors.If you enjoy Highlanders, with their kilts and swords and alpha male ways, this is the anthology for you.The Warrior and the Rose by Brenda Joyce was a light read. I thought that Julianna fell a bit too fast in this one and I would have liked a bit more fleshing out of the romance. Not the loving scenes, but why they fell in love. As a short story, it did stand on its own, I just wante [...]

    6. Fedora

      Highlanders is a very enjoyable trio of novellas about those fierce warriors we know and love ;)The Warrior and the Rose by Brenda Joyce3 starsLady Juliana MacDougall and her sister are taken hostage by Alasdair Og, an enemy of her family. She cannot help being drawn to him though, both his strong form and his strength of character, even as she is a forced "guest."This story is based a bit on real-life historical characters, and it's enjoyable to read Ms. Joyce's spin on their unusual meeting an [...]

    7. Cinzia

      Highlanders is an anthology of three novellas by as many writers of historical romance novels published by Harlequin, in this case we can read about our beloved Highlanders.The stories are part of different series written by Brenda Joyce, Terri Brisbin and Michelle Willingham, but the nobels can also be read as a standalone short stories.The Warrior And The Rose by Brenda JoyceLady Juliana MacDougall prays for her loved ones to survive battle against Robert Bruce but the battle comes to her when [...]

    8. Elis Madison

      This is a trio of novellas by Brenda Joyce (yay!) Terri Brisbin, and Michelle Willingham. I’m not normally a great buyer of anthologies but when I really love one of the authors I see it as a good way to check out others I’m not as familiar with.The first novella is The Warrior And the Rose by Brenda Joyce. As usual, Joyce sets her story in well-researched history, in the days when Robert de Brus (Robert the Bruce's grandpa) competed for the throne of Scotland, following the death of Alexand [...]

    9. Sonya Heaney

      Originally posted HERE.Get swept away by the romance of the Highlands in three historical romance novellas from Harlequin!I think I’ve read more Highlander books in the past six months than I have the rest of my life! As I’ve said before, I don’t go into this genre expecting a great deal of accuracy (particularly when the setting is the 13th or 14th century), but I do still grumble when I come across blatantly American expressions (“gotten”, “I wrote him” or “a quarter mile” fo [...]

    10. Maura

      The Warrior and the Rose - Brenda Joyce - 3 out of 5 - The MacDougal and the Donald clan have always opposed each other and even now stand on different sides of a conflict regarding who will be king of Scotland. In the midst of this war, Alisdair Og of clan Donald seiges Juliana MacDougal’s castle and takes her and her sister and nephews as hostages, demanding a ransom of her older brother. But Alisdair had an alternative motive, having fallen in love with Juliana. She’s conflicted about her [...]

    11. Elaine

      I am a sucker for a Highlander novel, so I was delighted to review this anthology. Normally, I only read anthologies when they include stories that belong to a series that I already read. All three of these novels are stand alones and although I have heard of the authors, they are not any that I remember reading before.The common thread between all these stories is that the couples are not supposed to fall in love. For whatever reason, their relationship is forbidden or doomed.In The Warrior and [...]

    12. Farrah

      Highlanders was a wonderful highlander anthology. Hot Scottish warriors and wonderful romancewhat's not to like?"The Warrior and the Rose" was a prequel to The Rose in the Storm. Juliana was an independent heroine who knew her own heart and wasn't afraid to follow it. Alasdair was a wonderful hero who was loyal to his cause, but even more loyal to the woman he loves. The romance was sweet and clean. I really liked this novella."The Forbidden Highlander" was a story of forbidden love. This one wa [...]

    13. Karin

      The Warrior and the Rose by Brenda Joyce, prequel to A ROSE IN THE STORM.This is the story of Juliana and Alasdair. The two families have been feuding for years, but it comes to a head when Alasdair kills a priest in front of Juliana and later abducts her. However, the Highlands are known for breeding passion from strife.The Forbidden Highlander by Terri Brisbin, book 9 in the MacLerie series.When James is on the path to marry Elizabeth's best friend Ciara, both must make desperate choices to en [...]

    14. Mindy Hartman

      The Warrior and the Rose by Brenda Joyce, prequel to A ROSE IN THE STORM. This story really Had a true life feeling to it and Brenda Joyce really shows that in her Writing Juliana is a very spirited Heroine making Alistar unable to resist her bold charms.The Forbidden Highlander by Terri Brisbin, book 9 in the MacLerie series. Let me first say that i have never read a Terri Brisbin book. Her Story about The mismatched couples is introduced within the first pages of the story. She did a wonderful [...]

    15. The Window Seat

      Anthologies aren’t my normal fare, but honestly, how can I go wrong with one titled Highlanders? Honestly, they are my favorite subject! I sat back. prepared to enjoy and this is what I found…The Warrior and the RoseJuliana MacDougall and her sister hid in the Cathedral as her guards were brutally killed and then, as she was trying to flee, Alasdair MacDonald, a long time enemy, entered and all hell broke loose! He took the bishop out, claiming he was a spy and had him murdered in cold blood [...]

    16. Melissa Vasquez

      I don't think I give out many 5 star ratings but this book hooked me and I finished it in one day. It melted your heart and twisted your stomach into knots. I could not put it down. Dinner was late for I was so deep into the story that I did not realize what time it was. The book got finished before dinner even got started. I have read Michelle Willingham's stories in the past and loved them. I keep going back for more for I loved them and was not let down with the stories.I have read a few from [...]

    17. Margaret Sholders

      Michelle has done it again. She has the ability to send you to another time and place. Her descriptions of characters and locations really make you feel that you are there. Her warriors are truly strong and dedicated to family, home and clan. They have shown they will die to protect what is theirs. This also goes for the women. Her story lines are always believable. Not every family was loving. It was all about taking what you wanted. Celeste was torn about what she needed to do for Mellisande, [...]

    18. Brenda

      From three fabulous authors comes a book direct from history.Hostages. Betrothals. Heirs. Straight from their historical analytically minds come three compelling novellas. Each has a different plot. Each shares the scenery. And each proves that no matter the era, true love will find the way. Especially in the pens of notorious authors ready to unleash their own brand of justice. The highlands are sacred. While it is true the medieval era was not altogether friendly, each of these fine authors ta [...]

    19. Claudia

      Celeste de Laurent is determined to never again live in poverty. After sacrificing love for a secure marriage, she now stands to lose everything as a widow. Her only hope is to bear an heir - and what better man to father her child, and save her from a terrible fate, than Dougal MacKinloch, the only man she ever loved?I cannot help but feel cheated by the short story of Dougal and Celeste.For me Dougal deserved a better story, a full story. He was present throughout the series and was a lonely a [...]

    20. Carolyn

      I really liked this book. There were two stories in here (The Forbidden Highlander by Terri Brisbin and Rescued by the Highland Warrior by Michelle Willingham) with characters from their other books that I wondered about and wanted to know what happened to them. I got the answers, happily, from this book. I also thoroughly enjoyed The Warrior and the Rose by Brenda Joyce and want to read the next book in this series. Yep, an enjoyable read!

    21. Arianna

      Amo i romanzi storici e amo gli Highlanders; tuttavia questa raccolta per me è stata una deluzione. Non mi ha trasmesso niente. E dubito che sia per la lunghezza delle storie, stavolta sono proprio le trame e i personaggi a non funzionare. Delusione.Si ringrazia NetGalley e Harlequin per la gentile preview!Voto: 2 stelle

    22. Mimi

      I only read the story by Michelle Willingham, "Rescued by the Highland Warrior," since this tale is the only part of the MacKinloch Clan series that I hadn't yet read. Of all the stories in this series, this is the one I liked the least. Maybe because it was a short story, but I didn't feel as involved with either of the characters as I have in previous books by Ms. Willingham.

    23. Sarah Weaver

      Michelle Willingham is one of my favorite authors. I devour her books and I am never disappointed. This anthology was 3 times the awesome. Not only did I get to read a new story from Michelle that I loved, but I was also introduced to 2 new authors that I will definitely read more from.

    24. Claudine

      Highlander passion abound5 STARS for the heated sizzling intense passion of Rescued by the Highlander Warrior by Michelle Willingham4 STARS for Brenda Joyce's The Warrior and the Rose, 3 STARS for Theresa Brisbin's The Forbidden Highlander.

    25. Betty Strohecker

      This is an introduction to three highlander romance authors. Brenda Joyce's The Warrior and the Rose is a prequel to A Rose in the storm and it would be helpful to read this book first.I also enjoyed my introduction to Michelle Willingham and will read more of hers.

    26. SuperWendy

      Like a lot of anthologies? A mixed bag. The Joyce story didn't work for me, the Brisbin story was OK, and I really enjoyed the Willingham entry.

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