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Captured by a Celtic Warrior by Eliza Knight

Captured by a Celtic Warrior

by Eliza Knight

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“Four fierce warriors from Ireland and Scotland...
Four heroines determined to resist them...
One dagger steeped in the blood and treachery of kings.”

Anthology of four stories by four authors centered around one ruby embellished dagger…great heroes and heroines in novella length stories that kept this reader up late at night! Each story is also part of separate series written by each author.

THE KING'S OUTLAW, by Kris Kennedy
1193 – Oh my…hot, hot, HOT Tadhg O’Malley had me from his first appearance and then came his encounter with Magdalena “Maggie” and that began to set the pages on fire. The two were well matched and fun to spend time with. As I read I hoped they would have more than a fleeting encounter even though Tadhg had a task to accomplish and would not let anyone or anything stand in his way. Loved this story! (Conquerors & Outlaws novella)

1306 – Time has passed and the dagger has been handed down over the centuries eventually landing in the hands of Cathal MacKenzie. Cathal has been ordered to kidnap Widow Rose Munro and bring her to the King before she marries a traitor. Their interactions are interesting and filled with attraction for one another. Rose has to question of whether or not she should trust Cathal or trust her betrothed and which man her son Byron will be safer with. The story of growing trust and interest was fun to read. (Conquered Bride novella)

1619 – Dugald MacKerrick has a short temper and doesn’t always think things through so when the Clan Dagger disappears after the official betrothal ceremony of his sister he kidnaps a woman for ransom that he believes he can trade for the dagger – except – he takes the wrong woman! There is fast riding, an escape attempt by Camille Bouchard, the search for the dagger, marriage candidates to consider and lustful feelings and interactions between Dugald and Camille before there is a happily ever after. Camille is a strong willed, intelligent and competent woman who knows what she wants but is afraid she might not be worthy of a Clan Chief. (Highland Adventures Novella)

HER WICKED HIGHLANDER, by Jennifer Haymore
1816 – Maxwell White has been tasked with collecting Aila MacKerrick from her home. He has also been told to make sure the dagger is safe. With a fight on his hands he finally gets Aila to safety and they eventually settle in together to wait for the Highland Knights to capture the villain. By this point in the anthology the dagger has taken on mythic proportions – at least in some eyes – and must be protected at all costs. Max also needs and wants to keep Aila safe and that becomes rather tricky once the villain gets his hands on her. I enjoyed Aila and Max together – she was strong and assertive and no shy miss. (Highland Knights Novella)

Thank you to NetGalley and CrushStar Multimedia LLC for the copy of this anthology to read and review. ( )
  CathyGeha | Feb 13, 2016 |
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