Editorial Reviews. Review. Praise for Allie Mackay “Mackay is a master at penning magical tales of love across the ages.” ~ Fresh Fiction Praise for. Tour guide Mara MacDougall stops at a London antique shop-and spots perhaps the handsomest bed ever. Then she bumps into the handsomest man ever. Highlander in Her Bed. Allie MacKay. Buy This Book. Allie Mackay is a pseudonym for Sue-Ellen Welfonder of medieval romance fame.
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Maggie Ramsay has never forgotten Randall Baines, the English lord who tormented her beloved sister when they were children. After her sister is injured in a senseless accident, she decides to make Baines pay for what he did Her brother’s mysterious friend joins her as soon as she leaves her clan alone, insisting on keeping her safe, and when they reach Baines’s castle, she learns the lord is now an earl and his cruelty to women and lassies has only escalated.
The discovery fills her with a fire that will not be banked. With her body shattered and her military career over, Kinley has resigned herself to death. But in the past, all that changes. Lachlan McDonnel, the laird of a clan of immortal highlanders, can hardly believe his good fortune. Gwyneth Carswell, an English lady banished by her father to the harsh Scottish Highlands, wants nothing more than to take her young son away from the violence of two fighting clans – her own distant kin, the MacIrwins, and their enemies, the MacGraths.
She risks everything to rescue the fierce MacGrath warrior from the battlefield where he’s left for dead by her clan. She only knows she is inexplicably drawn to him and he wants peace as she does.
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When her clan learns of her betrayal, they seek vengeance. Dare she trust the enemy more than her own family? But by taking in and protecting Lady Gwyneth and her son, he provokes more attacks from his mortal enemy.
As the danger and conflict bedd them escalate, Alasdair and Gwyneth discover an explosive passion neither of them expected. With the arrival of a powerful man from her past, a horrible decision confronts her – give up her son or the man she loves. Masterminding this brutal strategy is the knight they call the Black Angel.
In battle, no man is his equal. English knight Sir Adam Dayne is offered the ultimate prize by the highlanver who raised him: All he must do is accept a betrothal higylander the Scottish Marcher warden’s beautiful daughter, a match made to keep peace at the tumultuous Anglo-Scottish border.
Sir Adam relishes the prospect – until he meets the woman he is to wed. Lady Cora Maxwell hates everything English, including the self-assured new lord who has claimed her hand in marriage. When Adam proposes a unique challenge, Cora is forced to face her greatest fears. A Welsh warrior who can somehow read the minds of the English armies is rising to power among the last princes of Wales. Forced into a betrothal to a man she hates, her only way out is to escape to a convent.
Laird Alexander Grant is honor bound to rescue Maddie after seeing the bruises on her face. What he doesn’t realize is that once he holds the beaten lass in his arms, his heart will never be the same.
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He vows revenge for the abuse she was forced to endure and yearns to make the sweet woman with an iron will his, but can he help her fight the demons in her mind left behind by her abusers’ horrid treatment? Heir to the most notorious clan in the Highlands, Hugh MacIain hides his identity while imprisoned in the bowels of Fort William’s hell. Aye, this braw warrior has endured horrors that should have seen him dead, though now it appears it’s the bloody flux that will send him to Satan’s fire.
Optimistic, competent, and captivating, Charlotte Hill takes pity on the fevered prisoner sprawled atop a cot in the fort’s surgery. When finally the Highlander opens his eyes, he seizes her heart with a pained stare.
Highlander in her Bed (Highlander, #1) by Allie Mackay
Regan MacCarthy’s ability to see ghosts is a gift inherited from her Irish ancestors, but it’s one she’d dearly like to give back.
In an attempt to return her powers to their source, she travels to Ireland to harness the ancient magic that still permeates the mystical site alli Newgrange. Instead, something far more unexpected awaits her: Centuries ago, the bride of Reginald of the Victories took her life.
The stones of their home Coldstone Castle iced over, ill fortune plagued the clan and everyone knew the chief’s dead bride had cursed them. However, they believed that as long as the clan’s fleet sailed the seas, the curse would not consume them.
But now, the fleet has been destroyed and the clan has lost its wealth and power. Duty-bound to seek revenge, Broderick MacConnaway, son of the Thane of Dunkeld, lives haunted by memories of his lost wife, Aisling.
jackay Forming an alliance with the Lochlann family presents its own trials, but if the marriage allows him to fulfill his vengeance, then so be it. Even if the guilt over Aisling prevents him from ever loving again But when sinister intentions surface and Amabel is captured before she has a chance to reveal them, Broderick is forced to see past the deceptions and begin another campaign of vengeance. Love thy neighbor, ’tis said.
A fine idea, except when the neighbor in question is Lord Holden. Lady Helen Tiernay has complained frequently about his treatment of his people. Too frequently perhaps, for the king intends to curb their constant bickering by ordering them to wed. Helen can’t refuse a royal decree, but she’ll do everything possible to drive away her devilishly attractive husband-to-be. When Highkander Ayres finds the brawny Scot with a musket ball in his thigh, ni healer has no qualms about doing whatever it takes to save his life.
Even if it means fleeing with him across the Highlands to tend to his wounds while English redcoats are closing in. Though Akira is as fierce and brave as any of her clansmen, even she’s intimidated by the fearsome, brutally handsome Sllie who refuses to reveal his name.
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Mackenzie Cooper has had it with romance. On her way home from another blind date, arranged by her well-meaning sister, she is caught in a snowstorm. Aallie maneuvering the twists and turns of the aklie road, Mackenzie loses control of her car and crashes into the rocky hillside. When a rugged Scotsman pulls her to safety, Mackenzie is sure she must be hallucinating.
Lynsay’s witty, sexy, utterly fantastic debut romance transports the listener back to Medieval England to witness yer outrageous trials and temptations of a good wife whose husband unfortunately dies before he can do The lady, left shockingly unprepared, finds herself promised to a handsome, landless knight, and misunderstandings, missteps, and hibhlander course passion ensue. Her husband was assisting the mighty Viscount Winterton in the battle for the throne between Empress Matilda and Stephen of Blois, caught, like most men, in a vicious struggle for the rightful ruler of England.
Discover the origins of the original de Wolfe pack, led by the man known as Warwolfe. Before the Duke of Normandy conquered England, a legend arose. A man so fierce, so brave, and so noble, that the mere xllie of his name could strike both fear and admiration into the hearts of all men. That hihglander is Warwolfe. Gaetan de Wolfe is this man. Tour guide Mara MacDougall stops at a London antique shop – and spots perhaps the handsomest bed ever.
Then she bumps into the handsomest man ever. Soon Mara can’t forget the irresistible – if haughty – Highlander. Alli even when she learns that she’s inherited a Scottish castle. Spectral Sir Alexander Douglas has hated the Clan MacDougall since he was a medieval knight and they tricked him into a curse – the curse of forever haunting the bed the very one that Mara now owns that was once intended for his would-be bride.
But Mara makes him feel what no other MacDougall has – a passion that he never knew he’d missed. This was a great part. I will admit there was a lot of talk about sex that was bold and that was a little eye opening. I loved the narrator’s male voices esp his Scottish accent but his female voice was chalk scratching macky. Mara sounded like Dennis the Mennis which really took away from how I pictured her in the story.
If you could take the female voice of the mzckay in the next two books in the series and use this narrators male voice it would jer great! I’ve read a lot of hunky sexy highlander romances, from time travel and magic, to fae, and druids I know them all This is unique but so verrrry enjoyable. Not so good, a,lie that his female voices sound like a baritone male doing a female impression badly. But otherwise he was good. I didn’t turn it off and reach for my Kindle instead, so I guess it’s possible to get past it.
The theme IS sex. But this isn’t erotica and it’s not crass This is a wonderful story wove with the very air of the Highlands woven into it. With the writings of Sue-Ellen and the great Narriator, it was the makings of a super tale. Don’t miss this one. The way he’s written, you can almost imagine looking at him. I love it when a character is brought to life bighlander well. Mavkay, utterly romantic, touching story! The story, the author, and the narrator all deserve five stars.
I alkie mesmerize to the entire audio in one sitting. David Monteath is an amazing storyteller who brought the characters to life with his amazing narration.
Amazing, must experience, audio book! Too much sex, if there is such a thing! I wanted to listen to a story, not a man’s thoughts of desire of a woman’s body. There is a great storyline, but I felt it strayed way too much from the story, to sexual desires. It detracted from the book, for my personal reading.
I liked the story but i wish we got more explanation about the ghost world and the others beyond the veil that hurt Alex.
I enjoyed the process of Alex getting over his hatred for the MacDougalls and falling in highlande with Mara. Their antics and banter was entertaining. I did not like the narrator The story was confusing and bewildering It was lousy erotica and very unromantic!