Spell of the Highlander by Karen Marie Moning book
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  • I love Cian because he's just so primal, which makes sense considering how he's from about the 10th century, and he's Scottish and druid to boot

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      Spell of the Highlander by Karen Marie Moning is the seventh and last book so far in her Highlander series. We meet another MacKeltar in this book, one that’s not like any of the others and he’s much older, primal and sexier. Cian MacKeltar is the original MacKeltar. He’s the definition of ‘alpha male’. This book is about him and Jessi St. James, yet another bookish, over worked, under paid, sexually repressed twenty something virgin. I will give Moning this, at least we finally get a brunette heroine with real spunk. This girl isn’t just another book worm, she can kick

      butt and take names as well. I wouldn’t accept anything less for Cian.

      Spell of the Highlander is my favorite book out of all seven Highlander books, eight if you count the novella Into the Dreaming. I love Cian because he’s just so primal, which makes sense considering how he’s from about the 10th century, and he’s Scottish and druid to boot. Think William Wallace from ‘Braveheart’ but hundred times sexier and manlier. Poor Cian gets trapped in this fae relic mirror but the trickery of his so called friend. He gets trapped in there for eleven hundred ...

      • years. For eleven hundred years his family has no idea if he’s alive or dead, his descents have probably never even heard of him and I’m betting he’s been celibate all that time too. Whew think of all that buildup sexual tension. In comes Jessi, the aspiring archeologists with sex on the brain. Long story short she ends up signing for package, that package turns out to be a very old and special mirror, the same mirror that Cian is in. There’s lots of fighting, violence, arguing with each other, with other people with themselves and before you know it
        Jessi and Cian take a trip to Scotland. While picking up some supplies Cian bumps into another MacKeltar, they getting into a I’m-manlier-than-you match with one another and realize that they’re related and the rest is history.

        I don’t just love Spell of the Highlander for Cian but I love the heroine, Jessi is strong, smart and quick on her feet. She’s a very independent woman and never once did she complain or whine. She’s my kind of girl, and she’s a brunette to boot! The story and writing for this book is just as great as the rest of Moning’s books. It’s definitely worth reading.

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