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From RITA winner Gwyn Cready comes a Scottish time travel romance perfect for fans of Outlander

Modern day battle reenactor Duncan MacHarg thinks he has it made-until he lands in the middle of a real Highland battle and comes face to face with the clan's beautiful, spirited leader. Out of time and out of place, Duncan must use every skill he can muster to earn his position among the clansmen and in the heart of the devastatingly intriguing woman to whom he must pledge his oath.

Abby needs a hero and she needs him now. Duncan's a man with no measurable battle skills and a damnably distracting smile. But she sees in him a fighting spirit, and Abby will do whatever it takes to turn him into a Scots warrior herself-one demanding and intimate lesson at a time.

Sirens of the Scottish Borderlands Series:
Just in Time for a Highlander (Book 1)
First Time with a Highlander (Book 2)
Every Time with a Highlander (Book 3)

Praise for Gwyn Cready:
"Cready's writing is romantic and wickedly witty." -Rachel Gibson, New York Times #1 Bestselling Author
"Fun and sexy...a reading adventure you don't want to miss." -Janet Evanovich, New York Times #1 Bestselling Author, on Tumbling Through Time
"Passionate, suspenseful, adventurous and highly entertaining." -RT Book Reviews, 4 ½ stars, on Aching for Always
"Cready's writing is as brilliantly seductive as it is historically gripping." -Fictitious Musings, on Timeless Desire

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    Just in Time for a Highlander

    This isn't the worst book I've ever read, but it comes close. There are a lot of implausible things for an historical book, like Scots from 1705 quoting Shakespeare or knowing tourist destinations in London. It is also very long ~ rambling on for 51 chapters. Don't waste your time and money on this book. There are great books out tbere, but this isn't one of them.


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