A Highlander In Her Past

A Highlander In Her Past How bad could one little spell be Trish Sullivan archeologist and favorite aunt to the MacKay children never thought she d regret those words until Ramsay the eldest MacKay lad hurls them back to

  • Title: A Highlander In Her Past
  • Author: Maeve Greyson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    How bad could one little spell be Trish Sullivan, archeologist and favorite aunt to the MacKay children, never thought she d regret those words until Ramsay, the eldest MacKay lad, hurls them back to the 1400s with a botched transportation spell Now she and Ramsay must find a way back before accidentally altering the past and unknowingly changing the future That is, if THow bad could one little spell be Trish Sullivan, archeologist and favorite aunt to the MacKay children, never thought she d regret those words until Ramsay, the eldest MacKay lad, hurls them back to the 1400s with a botched transportation spell Now she and Ramsay must find a way back before accidentally altering the past and unknowingly changing the future That is, if Trish can survive the first trip across time without losing her lifeor her heart.What harm could come from a little soul binding Proving his Highland honor alive and well, Maxwell Sullivan agrees to bind his soul to Trish s in order to save her life But Highland honor isn t much help when Maxwell loses his heart in the bargain to the sassy woman headed back to the future.

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    • Danielle Khaleesi of Reading says:

      More like 2.5 stars. Highlander In Her Past has some of my favorite elements. Time travel, magic, highlanders, historical hero, contemporary heroine. The works. But the reason that it gets 2.5 stars is that it's 128 pages and the hero and the heroine don't start really interacting until about 55% into the book. I didn't care for that at all and it set a sour taste for me with the rest of the book. Because of the elements I enjoy it gets 2.5 stars, otherwise it would be much lower. Too much time [...]

    • Kathy says:

      Great story but I wish it could have been longer. I liked the way they shifted through time.

    • Sandy S says:

      A HIGHLANDER IN HER PAST (Novella 3.5) by Maeve GreysonABOUT THE BOOK: How bad could one little spell be?Trish Sullivan, archeologist and favorite aunt to the MacKay children, never thought she'd regret those words until Ramsay, the eldest MacKay lad, hurls them back to the 1400s with a botched transportation spell. Now she and Ramsay must find a way back before accidentally altering the past and unknowingly changing the future. That is, if Trish can survive the first trip across time without lo [...]

    • Tammy says:

      If you've ever read a time travel romance then you know how this book goes. It was predictable in that way: girl falls through time; girl meets hunky highlander; conflict requires girl and hunky highlander to bond; true love ensues. But despite its predictability it was a fun read because the author created charming characters whose lives I enjoyed sharing. Also, in a way that is very refreshing for a romance novel, the author created a sex-positive heroine who embraces her sexuality without any [...]

    • Maggie says:

      In 1424, Maxwell Sullivan sees a strange woman in a magician’s mirror and feels the weight of premonition – she matters. According to the magician, she’s his perfect match.In 2020, archaeologist Trish Sullivan is enjoying a romp and a Highland castle with five of her six proxy nieces and nephews. Later, she finds nephew number six, Ramsey McKay, who is in trouble for his abuse of magic. Trying to make amends, Ramsey accidentally sends both of them to 1424, but Trish is harmed by the time t [...]

    • Olga says:

      I loved this book! The plot is very good. Both H&H are strong-minded and independent enough to fight their feelings at first. Their story development is quite believable and I was eager to read about their falling in love.

    • Petula says:

      3*** A good story but nowhere near long enough. I assume there are books that come before this in a series. There are things in this story that need explaining if like me you haven't read the others.

    • Michelle Nelson says:

      Quick read

    • Crissy says:

      Wonderful story, too short though.

    • Beth Barany says:

      Very sweet, touching and romantic!

    • Eva says:

      A short fun read.I enjoyed the characters. I wish they had been more to the story and the. characters.

    • Sarah Lazowski says:

      I laughed, I cried, and I laughed some more. A fantastic book that drags you back in time and leaves you begging to stay there!

    • Lindsay says:

      Freebie 01/02/2013

    • Stacy Sabala says:

      Book Review- Highlander in her Past by Maeve GreysonTrish is visiting her best friend Nessa and her favorite children in the world. When she arrives the curtain climbers are in hot water for trying to time travel. Nothing like blowing off part of the roof to make your parents extremely angry.Ramsay wants to try the spell again and talks Trish into letting him return her to her room. She eventually gives in thinking what would it hurt. Famous last words when she and Ramsay end up in her room six [...]

    • Nicole Laverdure says:

      The Magic of time-travel! I just finished reading this beautiful novella A Highlander in Her Past by Maeve Greyson I think novella length books are perfect reads for the summer!I love a Scottish story that includes time-travelling! I loved her two main characters Trish and Maxwell, also Keagan and Ramsay. I loved Ms. Greyson's style of writing and she did a nice job to blending both centuries.This time-travel tells the story of Trish and Ramsay who were sent back to the past in medieval time.Wha [...]

    • Maeve Greyson says:

      Yes. I gave my OWN book 5 stars. Of course I did. If I didn't like my book, I don't think anyone else would either. I've had readers ask me why I haven't rated my books -- wanted to know what was wrong with them. I've also had readers inform me that I shouldn't rate my books -- stating it isn't right. I'm not sure what the "correct" answer is. After all, nothing in life is black and white --there's gray areas in everything. So, please know when you see my five stars on my books, they're not post [...]

    • Becky Condit says:

      Overall the story has great characters and I loved the whole story of a young single woman being thrown back in time to find her one true love. I also enjoyed the small details Ms. Greyson added to the story like how itchy the clothing was to Trish. With historical fiction I love to learn more about the era and not just read a romance story. Also there were a lot of things I expect to read in a time travel story like Trish’s concern for her life she left in the future, how to take care of youn [...]

    • Charlotte Copper says:

      I think novella length books are the perfect answer to a hectic life, and I thought Maeve did a wonderful job developing her characters and her storyline. I think she should be commended for bridging the nuances of the different times, and I could feel the pull of the Scottish Highlands in the voice of her characters.One reviewer mentioned this was part of a series. I have not read the previous stories by Maeve, but I did not feel anything was missing from my standalone reading of A Highlander I [...]

    • Renee Vincent says:

      Great book by Ms. Greyson. This is the first Highlander romance I've read from her and at one point at the near end I was crying like a baby. The ending will surprise - but it's a fantastic HEA. I promise!Well done!

    • Debbie Waitkus says:

      Nice NovellaLovely novella. Enjoyed the romantic story involving a range of ages. Partial since I am a descendant of Highlanders my self. Love. The timetravel.

    • L Bongiorno says:

      3.5 stars. Seems like I missed some books on explaining the other characters loved the kid interaction:)

    • Elaine says:

      I was disappointed with this book. It read more like the outline of a book.

    • Jennifer Erwin says:

      It was a quick read. I would have liked to have this drawn out longer to see the natural progression of things. It felt a little rushed. Not bad, but not sure I'd want to read it again.

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