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[ Read Online The MacKinnon's Bride (The Highland Brides, # 1) Ü challenged-books PDF ] by Tanya Anne Crosby ☆ One of the downfalls of reading books in the same genre for a little over twenty years, is the repetitive feel they sometimes get This wasn t bad but it definitely had a been there done that feel to it it had faint echoes of a Scottish Garwood Along with the nothing new feeling I had, the insta lust and the immature heroine had me skimming some pages The story arcs of the villain feeling wronged and Page s father not wanting her were ok along with the developing romance between Iain and Page but again, not particularly original There was never an anticipation or feeling of fun to their journey This was a kindle freebie for me and because the writing and grammar was good, I d say if you re not an old hat to romances, this is definitely worth the free download.
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99 and you could get the accompanying audio for a very cheap price if you bought the Kindle version I m glad I did, because I really enjoyed it, although I did have to readthan listen due to the narrator I think he did an excellent job overall, but I can t abide listening to a male narrator voicing the heroine It s always a silly falsetto and I can t help viewing the heroine as a big dude in drag and then I giggle during the love scenes yes, I m secretly a 12 year old boy It may just be me, because this narration was rated highly by others He did do a great job with the H and all the other parts which happened to be 99% male This is the 3rd Tanya Anne Crosby novel I ve read also read Kissed Viking s Prize I enjoyed this one This book is a novella length story stretched out into novel length by a lot of silly stuff and redundant inner monologues I personally cannot enjoy fiction that contains characters who do dumb stuff that makes no sense while the author goes on and on with a lot of neurotic internal monologue in an attempt to justify the stupidity of what the character says and does In this case she was very unsuccessful since a lot of the dumb stuff e.
g the idiotic singing just gag the shrew and get your sleep already was just too dumb to be justifiable Really, if the characters are genuine and the story authentic, the lengthy detours through the rumination swamp are unnecessary in this case the author could probably cut away 3 4 of this nonsense and save the reader the trouble of having to skim through so much wasted

Kindle Freebie The MacKinnon s Bride The Highland Brides Book 1 by Tanya Anne Crosby Thanks for the heads up, Samantha Bestselling Historical Fiction 1 Bestselling Historical RomanceDescription Scotland 1118Descended of the sons of MacAlpin, Iain MacKinnon refuses to bow to the English When his young son is captured by a minion of the English king, the fierce Scottish chieftain vows to stop at nothing to secure the lad s return Retaliating in kind, he captures the daughter of his enemy, planning to bargain with the devil FitzSimon s daughter has lived her entire life in the shadow of the man she called father yet never would she have imagined he would forsake his only daughter Even as Page blames her captor for welching on a contract with her father, she suspects the truth But the shadows hold secrets now only the love of her reluctant champion can sav I enjoyed this but it would have been better if the villain hadn t been such a large and obvious part of the story There s no mystery as to who it is, and every time I was forced to listen to his blah, blah blahhing about why he was evil, I wanted fast forward the audiobook To me, he came across as an ungrateful, self obsessed psychopath I didn t need to hear his thoughts as they were incredibly obvious and predictablePage is so unloved, that her father didn t name her Yet she s made the best of it and even after she s abducted by Iain to exchange for his young son that her father is holding, she shows no fear I liked how plucky she was, without being annoying Iain was a strong leader with compassion.
Their romance would have been a sweet getting to know ride, but it becameabout the villain and when he would strike next But I l Overuse Use of the word mayhap should not be allowed Ever.
Two Wounded People Looking for LoveFirst in a Scottish historical series, this story is set in 1118 prologue and 1124, and tells the story of Iain, laird of the MacKinnons, and Page Fitzsimon, daughter of an English earl in Northumbria Iain lost his wife when she committed suicide following the birth of their son Now, six years later, his son Malcolm has been abducted and is being held in Fitzsimon s castle Iain kidnaps Page thinking to exchange her for the boy only to learn her father doesn t want her back Still, when the earl gives Iain back his son, Iain takes Page with him to Scotland.
When Iain meets Page it is instant lust on both their parts, but Page is a snippy shrew and Iain is mostly amused so it takes them a while to get togeth An Alternate Cover Edition Can Be Found HereDescended Of The Legendary Sons Of MacAlpin, Iain MacKinnon Refuses To Bow To The English When His Young Son Is Captured By A Minion Of The English King, The Fierce Scottish Chieftain Vows To Stop At Nothing To Secure The Lad S Return Retaliating In Kind, He Captures The Daughter Of His Enemy, Planning To Bargain With The DevilFitzSimon S Daughter Has Lived Her Entire Life In The Shadow Of The Man She Called Father Yet Never Would She Have Imagined He Would Forsake His Only Daughter Even As Page Blames Her Captor For Welching On A Contract With Her Father, She Suspects The Truth But The Shadows Hold Secrets Now Only The Love Of Her Reluctant Champion Can Save The MacKinnon S Bride I don t know what was wrong with me the last time I read this book This is NOT 5 stars worthy.
What s with all the in this book Are we 5 years old A heroine who wanted her father s approval but never got it A hero with his young son met heroine Abduction, rescue the young one, then abduction again then hero and heroine were attracted to each other but I couldn t figure out why I started re reading romance when I read this book over a year ago and can honestly say that I didn t know what a 5 star story was then This book isn t bad, it just has a very juvenile feeling to it Maybe it was a YA What can I say It s a bit of fluff It s true that the internal dialogues are redundant, but seriously, who would pick this up expecting to find the next Booker or Pulitzer within its pages And just because I found some of the other reviewers comments funny, I ll repeat their concern Warning there are a couple of mildly described SEX scenes in this book Likewise, I feel compelled to also warn you, there are ONLY a couple of sex scenes and they are MILDLY DESCRIBED It was a sweet story, the cover is pretty, and it s free onright now.

Tanya Anne Crosby is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of thirty novels She has been featured in magazines, such as People, Romantic Times and Publisher s Weekly, and her books have been translated into eight languages Her first novel was published in 1992 by Avon Books, where Tanya was hailed as one of Avon s fastest rising stars Her fourth book was chosen to launch the com