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The Highlander's Bargain (The Novels of Loch Moigh Book 2) by [Longley, Barbara]
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About the Author

Award-winning author Barbara Longley moved frequently throughout her childhood, but she quickly learned to entertain herself with stories. As an adult, she’s lived in a commune in the Appalachians, taught on a Native American reservation, and traveled extensively from coast to coast. After her children were born, she decided to make the state of Minnesota her permanent home. By day, she works as an elementary school teacher; at night, she devotes herself to writing contemporary, mythical, and paranormal stories. She holds a master’s degree in special education and loves teaching, though reading and writing are also her passions. Her titles include Heart of the Druid Laird; the Perfect, Indiana trilogy (Far from Perfect, The Difference a Day Makes, and A Change of Heart); and the other Novels of Loch Moigh.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3785 KB
  • Print Length: 318 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (8 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IFOUOSG
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,395 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is the second in the Loch Moich series and having thoroughly enjoyed the first couldn't wait to download this one. Unlike the first book it is set in both the past and the present which I loved. The characters we met in the first book are back plus a few new ones. All are fully rounded and believable. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys time travels.
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Loved the 2nd book of this series.
The Plot was well written and really held my attention, it was hard to put down. Not often a fan of time travel romance stories, I confess to being drawn to this author's work. Wonderful tale

Well portrayed characters, totally believable and engaging. They were so appealing you just wanted them to have a happy ending.
Great to catch up with some of the characters who were in the previous book of the series.

Buy this book you'll enjoy it, perhaps you could read the first book to get the best of the story.
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Okay, so it's a time travel novel and you have to totally suspend disbelief, not only around travelling in time but also understanding. Fifteenth century Scottish is after all a completely different language to 21st century American, but everyone understands each other and nobody bats an eyelid! But it doesn't matter because the story is engaging and charming. Amusing too. Who'd have guessed that Rob would love pizza and Harley Davidsons! Rob and Erin are beautifully written and you can't help but believe in their friendship and growing love. The Fae are suitably enigmatic and to be steered clear of at all costs, although you wouldn't have a story without them. I thoroughly enjoyed the first in Barbara Longley's Loch Moigh series - True and Malcolm's story, this one was just as good and I can't wait to get started on Hunter's story.
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I am finding these tales a great escape, the story lines are fast pace and it flows well. Characters from the previous books are included and woven easily into the tale.
I'm looking forward to the next instalment.
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It may be a book for the fairer sex but this guy loved every page,every twist and all the turns. A really different book but read them in order, and allow yourself lots off free time so hard to put down.
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Robley wants to visit the future and falls into the arms of Erin who takes him home with her as She knows that she is safe from him due to the fact she is of Carrie descent. They go back to the 15 th century using her midwifery skills there.
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The first instalment of this series, True to the Highlander, was such a standout book for me this year, it's been a long time since I've enjoyed a time travel romance so well. They're quite often disappointing and amusing for all the wrong reasons, but not so in this case. The Loch Moigh series has all of the good parts of time travel romance; the cute moments as opposites attract, the language barrier funnies, and the many differences and similarities they share across the centuries.

Particularly enjoyable this time in The Highlander's Bargain was the fact that the hero traveled to the future as opposed to vice versa. His enthusiasm and desire to soak in everything he could in his short "holiday" was adorable, as well as the fact that they - Robley and Erin - became such sweet friends before anything romantic happened. Awww.

As with the last romantic pairing, Erin and Rob are absolutely perfect for each other. Erin is training to be a midwife and takes part in the Renaissance Fair to earn a few extra pennies, giving her a much-needed ability and a clear enjoyment of all things medieval. Robley is a man of his time, yes, but also forward-thinking enough to suit our modern-day lass. He also sees straight away how much of an asset Erin, with her medical training, would be back in his own time, and only hopes he can convince her to come back with him once his vacay is over. The romance they share is just exactly the right balance of sweet but not sickly, sensual but not explicit. It sweeps you along for the ride, gives you a few hairy moments, a few teary moments, and plenty of sh*t-eating grin moments.

Lovely!

4 Stars ★★★★

A copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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I debated whether to rate it 3 or 4 starts. There were inconsistencies in the story like True's apartment and bank account still being available after she'd "disappeared" 3 years earlier and Robley originally being given two crystals - one to go to the future and one to get back yet Erin ends up with two. However, because I found the characters very engaging, the basic storyline well paced made and entertaining which me want to read more I went with four.
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