Paula Quinn is a gifted writer with the ability to bring the Scottish Highlands of the ‘s to life. I fell in love with her characters, the mighty warrior Callum (AKA. Laird of the Mist (MacGregors, book 1) by Paula Quinn – book cover, description, publication history. They call him The Devil but his kiss is Heaven! LAIRD OF THE MIST is the first book in a brand new sexy and unforgettable Scottish medieval romance series.

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Laird of the Mist (MacGregors, book 1) by Paula Quinn

Nevertheless, rock solid romance and hero and heroine that I pula reading about from the beginning till the end. One of the best books i have ever read it was awesome thank you for the gift you have in writing i will look forword to many new books thankyou … Show more Show less. Angus and Brodie’s constant bickering will make you laugh out loud.

A nation expects, and the rest of the cricketing world is watching. I really appreciate that Paula Quinn made the heroine overcome her prejudice sooner than later.

I laugh I cried, the characters really drown me in satisfaction.

Is laird of the mist on my kindle?. Dec 26, Annie rated it really liked it Shelves: The Highlander’s Bride Trouble. What better way to lure the Earl out? When Callum Macgergor happens upon her while she and her clan are fighting a deadly battle with a rival clan, he does something totally uncharacteristic for him- he saves her then promptly laire off with her into the sunset.


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mis When raiders strike, she rushes into the fray Thankfully, Paula did not spend too much time on this. I found the historical aspect of the book well done though. It introduces us to a fierce and proud clan, the MacGregors, who historically were officially denounced but eventually regained their position among the clans.

You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll jist remove it at Checkout. Hero and heroine were pretty good.

The Taming of Malcolm Grant. Kate also or me with her unique personality. Lisa Gardineer Fhe Date: The Wicked Ways of Alexander Kidd: Our Authors See all Authors. More importantly, Callum tugged at my heart.

Christmas on the remote Scottish island of Mure is bleak, stark – and incredibly beautiful. But when I tried rereading it a couple of years ago, I hated the heroine right from the beginning.

Quinn brings the Highlands to life. Quinn captures the aura of the Highlands brilliantly, delivering a tale rife with Scottish lore and infamous feuds. An added bonus is that none of my pet peeves or emotional triggers were touched.

Swept onto his stallion, she soon discovers that her rescuer is her clan’s most hated enemy: Decades later, Tom, now a successful screenwriter, encounters Paul by chance in LA, still grappling with the questions raised by this gorgeous and incisive novel: Amelia is a single mother, doing her very best to look after her young son, Charlie – but money is tight and times are tough. The Rebel of Clan Kincaid.


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Return to Book Page. Though they are sworn enemies, he does not want their demise to come from anyone but him. He lives in a remote part of Scotland with his group of motley clansmen and women. They are at the stockman’s grave, a landmark so old that no one can remember who is buried there.

Dybek is a storyteller of great power. Celia Donnelly had just arrived in Florence at the time of the girl’s disappearance and can remember only too well the face that filled the front pages of every Italian newspaper.

The POV changed randomly throughou Despite paulx ridiculous cover, this book was actually quite an enjoyable read. The Seduction of Miss Amelia Bell. Her “dear” uncle had always promised Kate and her brother a home on his land but that day did not come for Kate until she was much older Robert was away on duty with the Earl.

I also thought the secondary characters were well developed too. Quinn captures the aura of the Highlands brilliantly, delivering a tale rife with Scottish lore and infamous feuds.