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A Highlander's Homecoming by Melissa Mayhue

A Highlander's Homecoming

by Melissa Mayhue

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SCOTLAND, PRESENT DAY. When Faerie Magic swept Robert MacQuarrie forward in time, modern medicine saved him from a fatal wound. But he also left behind an unfulfilled vow -- to protect his friend's young daughter, Isabella. Haunted by guilt for more than a decade, he leaps at the chance to go back and keep that vow. The magic of the Fae works in its own mysterious ways, however. Not only does his homecoming turn out to be twenty years after he left, but there's also that tricky matter of the fate he escaped before.

SCOTLAND, 1292. Isabella MacGahan has reluctantly chosen a lonely existence, scorned for her Faerie blood and uncon-trollable power. When she's caught in a conflict between clans, a pawn in the struggle for power and land, her only option is to trust a handsome stranger. One who swears he was charged with her safety a full twenty years before...although the deluded man seems little older than her.

No one is safe when Mortal schemes and Faerie magic push Robbie and Isabella to confront their worst fears. Will the magic demand the ultimate price from them both -- or will they find their true homecoming in each other's arms?

Healing the Highlander (Daughters of the Glen 07)
Leah Noble MacQuarrie is woman who's seen more than her share of violence. Eleven years ago, she was a twenty-first century teen, normal in every way - if you ignored her Faerie heritage and ability to heal. Kidnapped and tortured by the renegade Nuadian Fae, she ran as far away from them as she possibly could - all the way to the thirteenth century Scottish highlands. Forswearing her Faerie heritage and her gift of healing, she's vowed to avoid Faeries and their magic at all costs. But when Leah's adoptive family is threatened, she has no choice but to seek out the hated Fae. Andrew MacAlister, wounded in battle a decade earlier, thinks of himself as less of a man, convinced he's destined to be a drain on the family. Not even his Faerie heritage can overcome the continual pain he endures, leaving his body and mind both scarred. His confidence in his abilities and future are shattered, his only purpose in life to find a miracle that can give him back his life. Together, Leah and Drew must outwit the English to insure the safety of the MacQuarrie clan while individually they each struggle with their internal demons until they come face to face with their own greatest challenge - whether to claim the prizes they've always wanted or sacrifice everything to the Magic of True Love.
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When Robert MacQuarrie was swept forward in time to present-day Scotland, he left behind in the 13th century a vow to protect his friend's little daughter, Isabella. Haunted by guilt, he leaps at the chance to go back. But fickle faerie magic returns him to his family castle 20 years after he left it.… (more)

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