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I’m giving it two stars because at least the cover catherihe yummy to look at. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.
They are somehow drawn to 16th century Scotland from 21st century America. We do get other characters point of you from time to time: Even if she accepts why it happened, she’s lost everyone she ever loved. Hawtie Highlander, to be precise. Sometimes they are written so badly that they could be from any time or background. I fell in love with the entire family and I am anticipating Amber’s and Cian’s story.
I also really liked that the evil character in this book was in the form of a straight-up scary old witch. Are you ready for the amazing next instalment in this breathtaking time travelling trilogy? Print edition must be purchased new and sold by Amazon.
Originally published at Reading Reality I’m starting to think that Catherine Bybee’s time travel romances are a form of biblioholic crack–endlessly addictive. Kimberly Kincaid Narrated by: Audible isn’t showing the series properly and book 4 came out first and confused many buyers which is a shame as I’m sure that affected the love of these stories to unexpectedly plop late into the series, so the books come in this order.
Binding Vows (MacCoinnich Time Travel, book 1) by Catherine Bybee
It only took a few centuries to get catherime. The banter between her and Fin makes for a great read. I read a review on Audible that claimed this book was funny.
Me, kindle, and the beach. There was definitely a strong sense of unity and courage when the group finally reached the climax of their destiny.
The reason is I didn’t really get attached to the main couple in this book. And he learns that the evil his family has fought for centuries has followed them home. He quickly shook his head and appeared sick. Author Jamie Beck returns with an engrossing series about family, friendship, and starting over. Desperate to get back to Simon and the rest of her family, Liz comes to realize that her home is truly in the past.
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And, if I really, really think about bybbee, her’s was the biggest change and risk taking in the book. The story does glean scenes from Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series, but it has done a great job making its own mark. Can the two find their way to each other and stop fighting before it is too late?
At turns playful and provocative, saucy Sottish performer David Monteath perfectly personifies Duncan’s devilish allure.
The description hooked me right off the bat and being a fan of some of Bybee’s other work completely sold ccatherine on it. Tara’s character is really relatable which helps draw you into the story immediately. It is a great time travel romance that is filled with suspense, action, magic and of course romance. The whole getting thrown back into the future again was a very nice touch I love the involvement of the two times it really brings an intersting quirk to the story.
Fin and her butt heads a lot but they get to know one another. For those who only like the love “clean” there are a couple of scenes to skip, however. Will they be able to destroy Grainna now that she is at full strength?