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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Review: Beyond a Highland Whisper By Maeve Greyson

Title : Beyond a Highland Whisper

Author: Maeve Greyson

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press

Buy Link: Buy Beyond a Highland Whisper Here!

Rating : You Need to Read

Reviewed By : Jennifer

Story Blurb :

The last time Latharn MacKay walked among his kinsman was in Scotland of 1410. Sensuous and charismatic, all the women wanted him, but none could capture his heart. Latharn's charm became his curse when a dark sorceress didn’t take rejection well. She snared his soul into a crystal globe until the one woman destined to be his love whispered his release. Now all Latharn has to do is find her and guide her to him without speaking a word.

One of the youngest archeologists in St. Louis of 2010, Nessa credits one thing for this achievement: the recurring dream of a heart-stopping Highlander since the summer she turned eighteen years old. Little does she know, he's not some fantasy cooked up by her subconscious. He’s a trapped soul determined for Nessa to end his six centuries in hell. Can love prevail over the dark magic of a woman scorned?

Review :

I liked this book, because there was a twist to where Latharn was banished. He was banished to a pretty glass globe, which could react as he reacted. Nessa comes and saves him from his curse, and she must also destroy the evil witch. I loved all the characters. They were well rounded and believable. Ms. Greyson does a wonderful job telling a story and making the characters real and the story just flowed nice. The intimate scenes with Latharn and Nessa were hot but tender. Overall, a great read!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for the lovely review, Jennifer! I'm glad you enjoyed "Beyond a Highland Whisper".

    Maeve Greyson


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