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Loving the Highlander (Highlander Trilogy) [Mass Market Paperback]

Janet Chapman
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19 May 2003 Highlander Trilogy
When Sadie Quill stumbles upon a handsome, naked man lying beside a lake, she is unaware that he is Morgan MacKeage, a medieval Scot who has been transported through time to modern-day Maine. Original.

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books; Reissue edition (19 May 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0743453077
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743453073
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 10.8 x 2.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 962,541 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent 5 Jan 2004
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I have read Janet Chapman's previous book Charming the Highlander which I thought was excellent so couldn't wait for the next book. This is just as good as the first but a bit cheekier. Sadie stumbles accross Morgan and tries her best to keep away from him, which just makes him want her even more. Very funny and hot!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A good story 6 Mar 2006
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I'd actually read the latest one in this series first, about McBride's son. As it more or less gives a run-down of the previous books, I had decided not to read the others and ordered this one by mistake. I'm glad I did as I thoroughly enjoyed it. The interaction of all the characters is good and it has a good suspense story running through it, although I'm afraid that very early on it is obvious who is behind the attemted murders and why. However, I didn't find that that distracted from the storyline.
Enjoy!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Addition to the Trilogy 16 Aug 2003
By M. Rondeau - Published on Amazon.com
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Time travel - 1200 AD to present day - In the second installment of this time travel trilogy the MacKeage brothers, Greylen and Morgan, their friends and their nemesis, the MacBain's were all in a battle when the wizard Daar, in an inept moment to transport Greylen, accidentally sent all of them hurtling 800 years into the future. (Greylen's story, the elder of the two, was told in "Charming the Highlander".)
It is eight years later and Morgan, Morgan the younger brother is simply, biding his time, living in the backwoods close to nature and reluctant to let go of his past to join the `moderns' as has his brother. Sunning himself, `au natural' Morgan's solitude is disturbed by Mercedes (Sadie) Quill who is both researching the area for a proposed wilderness park and searching for the lost dream of her father - the rumored gold mine of a legendary hermit. Sadie, discovering Morgan, couldn't resist taking photos of and enjoying the magnificent view this `Adonis' provided her. Morgan catches her, destroys her film and hopes to scare her sufficiently to leave the area and it's secrets intact. Morgan's concerns were real, should the unnatural `rain forest' appearance of the gorge be discovered. (The gorge exhibited unbelievable traits after Greylen, so furious with Daar tossed the wizard's magical staff into the deepest depths of a Maine pond.). The threat of danger to the pristine condition of his land would be endangered as well as the `highlanders' lives should they be discovered. What Morgan did not realize was that the bigger threat though would be to his state of mind once he'd tasted the lips of Sadie Quill, the graineag, he dubbed her as her stubborn and prickly nature became quite evident.
I thought this was a really superb offering for the second book in this unique trilogy of forward time travel and the problems inherent in the adaptation of time. The romance was nicely done, in that both the heroine and hero had many obstacles to overcome. Sadie, had both physical and emotional problems stemming from the blame she assumed for her father and sister's deaths. Morgan, the confirmed bachelor, had to accept the fact that life without Sadie was nowhere near as complete as loving her had become. I found the writing to be beautifully balanced with just enough passion, magic, and wonderful secondary characters - a truly delightful and fun read.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 4+ for the second book in this authors trilogy 19 May 2003
By Tanya L. Schaub - Published on Amazon.com
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The second in the trilogy by the new author. This series is set in Maine (my home state) and involves a group of men who were transported forward through time (along with their Druid). The stories take up 3 (or was it 5) years later with the group living in the mountains of Maine. Along comes Sadie Quill who is looking to preserve the vision she has of her father and family members who passed on due to a tragic fire that also left her scarred, both on the inside and outside.
Morgan MacKeage is finally going to meet his match in Sadie. He spends a little time with her and decides he is hooked and they will be married (not that she is agreeing). As they look for the gold that was her father's passion you will see both of the characters grow.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loving the Highlander 10 Oct 2003
By S. L. Toll - Published on Amazon.com
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Janet Chapman's "Highlander Series" began with "Charming the Highlander" - it was such a great read that I immediately ordered "Loving the Highlander" and "Wedding the Highlander". While the second book might not have been quite as good as the first book - I thoroughly enjoyed it! This series is an interesting mix of romance and sci-fi. I absolutely could not put this book down once I got through the first half. Her characters are interesting and the story moves right along. I have really enjoyed Ms. Chapman's books!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply Wonderful 27 Aug 2003
By "janstlouis" - Published on Amazon.com
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Janet Chapman's heroes make my heart race and my toes curl. Bravo! The concept of her Highlander series is fresh and imaginative. It is a time travel series--but the stories start several years after a clan of medieval warriors has been brought into the future. I loved the fact that the men have already adjusted to the modern world and I didn't have to suffer through yet another story with characters learning to use modern appliances. And I found Ms. Chapman's writing to be very smooth, humorous, and comforting. If you're looking for a good romance without bloody murders or sickening conflict, and you just want to get lost in a nice story--the Highlander series is for you. It's the first time in fifteen years I called my local bookstore and asked when an author's next book would be put on the shelves--and I will be waiting bright and early at the front door for Wedding the Highlander.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Adventure, romance and naked men 1 Sep 2005
By TheSchemer - Published on Amazon.com
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There is gold to be found in the mountains of Maine and Mercedes "Sadie" Quill is going to find it and fulfill her late father's dream. Hired by a consortium of local businessmen to map out the surrounding wilderness for a future nature park, Sadie is also determined to fulfill her father's quest and find a long rumored source of gold in the area. Physically scarred and emotionally wounded by the fire that had killed her younger sister and hastened her father's death, Sadie shies away from men and prefers the solitude of working in the mountains. That all changes one morning when Sadie inadvertently stumbles across a man swimming in a lake. A very naked and gorgeous man. What does a red-blooded young woman do when confronted by such a sight? She watches...and takes pictures.

Morgan MacKeage is a man who has traveled a long way. 800 years to be exact. Plucked by a wizard with an agenda out of the 12th century along with his brother and several other highlanders, Morgan has had to learn to survive and live in the modern age. When the wizard Daar warns him of evil forces in the area, Morgan believes it may have something to do with the ribbon markers he has been finding all over the valley. Resolved to protect and keep hidden the secrets of his valley, Morgan is determined to drive those responsible away. That all changes one morning when Morgan, out for a swim in the lake, realizes he is being watched. What does a red-blooded, naked young man to do when confronted with such a realization? He chases down the Peeping Thomas -- or Thomasina, in this case -- ties her up and kisses her. Yes, perhaps living in the 21st century isn't so bad after all.

Shaken, bewildered and more than a tad turned on by her encounter with the gorgeous, nude maniac, Sadie is fairly sure she'll never see him again. Going home to visit her mother, she's in for more shocks. There's a tall, naked stranger in the kitchen and her mother tells her she's pregnant. Humoring her mother, Sadie agrees to go on a double date with her mother's lover and his cousin only to find out that her date is none other than her own Naked Wild Man.

Thus begins a most diverting tale of the clash of the sexes. Sadie is a strong, independent heroine who hides a heart filled with guilt and sorrow. Morgan is your typical warrior male who has found himself in a more peaceful time. Seeking a new challenge, Morgan finds it in Sadie and their encounters are raucous, uninhibited and sexy. Those following the series will be delighted to see the meddling wizard Daar still at it, as well as catch up with the other time traveling highlanders.

TheSchemer
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