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Highlander Ever After

by Jennifer Ashley

Series: Nvengaria (3)

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Seeking refuge at the remote MacDonald castle after being exiled from her native country, Princess Zarabeth finds herself dealing with an ancient curse, a matchmaking nephew, two bitter rivals, dark secrets, and Egan MacDonald's sensual embrace.

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Not as good as the first two books in the series. if you haven't read them I would not bother with this one, or who knows, maybe you'll like this one better if you haven't read the first two. It could go either way. Egan's story, which was somewhat of a disappointment considering what a lively character he was in the earlier books.

http://ktleyed.blogspot.com/2011/07/highlander-ever-after-by-jennifer.html ( )
  ktleyed | Jul 30, 2011 |
I liked this book. It's number three in the 'Nvengaria' series after "Penelope and Prince Charming" and "The Mad, Bad Duke". I enjoy Ms Ashley's writing as, at least in this series, she does a grand job of injecting humor into the story. Her heroines are strong personalities and her heroes are just strong enough to keep up with them.

Princess Zarabeth has loved Egan MacDonald ever since she was 12. Unfortunately, he's the only person she's never been able to 'read' psychically. So all she knows is that he's a dear friend...and incredibly confusing, irritating, honorable, teasing, and very handsome! She's come to his castle in Scotland for refuge. Her husband treated her horribly, but Zarabeth stayed until she discovered he was trying to overthrow her cousin the King. Now she's hunted and haunted by her past.

Egan has secrets of his own. He's wanted Zarabeth since she was full-grown. He even left Nvengaria to try and douse his desire, but he's still thought of her every day. But he's no prince, he's just a laird with a run-down castle, a curse, and a meddling family...what can he offer Zarabeth?

Fun and funny, an entertaining read to the end. ( )
  jjmachshev | Apr 22, 2008 |
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Seeking refuge at the remote MacDonald castle after being exiled from her native country, Princess Zarabeth finds herself dealing with an ancient curse, a matchmaking nephew, two bitter rivals, dark secrets, and Egan MacDonald's sensual embrace.

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