Books by Karen Marie Moning

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The Dark Highlander

Och, lass, I have more problems than praise for The Dark Highlander; in fact, I have virtually no praise at all. Whatever success this author attained in terms of decent imagery or interesting detail was lost on a hero and heroine who had me gritting my teeth in irritation by the middle of the book. ...

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Kiss of the Highlander

Set during a period that brings to mind impregnable castles, kilted warriors, and rugged mountains, Kiss of the Highlander is actually a cute love story with only a sprinkling of atmosphere. Karen Marie Moning’s latest work is the furthest thing from an impressive, cathartic epic. I almost feel gu ...

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The Highlander's Touch

This book sounded like a great idea. After all, it's a medieval, a time-travel, and it's set in Scotland, three potentially great items, especially to an Outlander fan like me. Unfortunately, the great premise did not carry through to make A Highlander's Touch a great book. Lisa Stone's life change ...

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To Tame A Highland Warrior

Sometimes on Saturday mornings I sit with my kids, and watch one of the live action shows, produced for children and teenagers, that breaks up the ususal schedule of cartoons. These dramas are heavy on the fantasy and have names like The Lost World. Some are time travels set in the dinosaur age, oth ...

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Beyond the Highland Mist

Beyond the Highland Mist could have been a good read, but instead is mired by too many torturous episodes, plot devices used by other authors in better books, and is also filled with enough purple prose to color the evening sky to indigo. All in all, instead of a delicately brewed cup of tea, debuti ...

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Beyond the Highland Mist

You know the old saying Be careful for what you wish. . . ? Those are definitely words of wisdom in this book. The third Earl of Dalkeith, Sidheach James Lyon Douglas is known for his prowess in the bedroom. Being devastatingly handsome is an added benefit. But unbeknowst to "Hawk," he has brought t ...