Books by Kinley MacGregor

B
The Warrior

The Warrior is a solid and enjoyable Medieval Romance whose only real problem is a moderate case of sequel-itis. Laird Lochlan MacAllister, steady, sober and reliable, receives word that his brother Kieran, who has long been thought dead, may be alive after all. As he travels to Fr ...

D
Knight of Darkness

Imagine you’re me… The new Kinley MacGregor comes in the mail. While not a fan of her alter ego Sherrilyn Kenyon, you have enjoyed her historical romances in the past. They might have been a shade wallpaper-esque, but were entertaining reads. Knowing that MacGregor has now stepped into the le ...

C
Sword of Darkness

Kinley MacGregor's new series based on the Arthurian legend explores what might have happened after Arthur's final battle had the legend lived on in other people throughout the centuries. In MacGregor's world, the good knights of Round Table and Morgen le Fay's evil minions continue to do battle. It ...

B-
Return of the Warrior

It seems like there are fewer and fewer good medievals, so I opened Return of the Warrior with fingers crossed. Although it wasn't exactly original, with its wounded hero with a group of nicknamed friends (it's part of MacGregor's Brotherhood of the Sword series), it was fairly rewarding. The bigges ...

B-
A Dark Champion

A Dark Champion is the first full-length story in Kinley MacGregor's new Brotherhood of the Sword series. It looks like the series technically began with the novella Midsummer Knight in the Where's My Hero? anthology, although several characters from some of the author's other earlier books are ment ...

B+
Taming the Scotsman

Don't you love it when you pick up a book, and it turns out to be an unexpectedly delightful surprise? That was my experience with Taming the Scotsman. Eleanor (Nora) ingen Alexander is desperate. Betrothed to Ryan MacAren, a man she doesn't love, she seeks out Ewan MacAllister, a man universa ...

B+
Born In Sin

Kinley MacGregor's latest offering, Born In Sin, is a redemption story, and quite a good one, as it happens. If there were a little more to it, it could have made the jump to DIK without much effort, but as it stands, it's still a truly enjoyable read. Lord Sin, with his improbable (but well- ...

B
Claiming the Highlander

If you like your history light, your characters amusing, and a nice story to just put a smile on your face, then you'll enjoy the latest offering by Kinley MacGregor. Tired of watching their husbands, sons, and brothers die in a feud between their clans, the women of the MacAllis ...

B-
Master of Desire

Master of Desire is a book that really grew on me as I read it. I opened it expecting an ultra-cheesy medieval (I mean, come on, look at the title) and it is pretty cheesy, especially at first. But while no one is going to confuse it with a Madeline Hunter medieval, it's not a bad read at all. Under ...

C+
A Pirate of Her Own

When gathering my thoughts to write something honestly descriptive about this read, the comparison to the pirate novels of the '70s and early '80s was difficult to avoid. Unfortunately, this tie-in became so strong for me that I still find it difficult to judge A Pirate of Her Own on its own merits. ...