Spell of the Highlander

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Spell of the Highlander

Spell of the Highlander It s taken him eleven centuries to find the right woman He s not about to lose her now Jessi St James has GOT to get a life Too many hours studying ancient artifacts has given the archaeology student

  • Title: Spell of the Highlander
  • Author: Karen Marie Moning
  • ISBN: 9780440240976
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s taken him eleven centuries to find the right woman He s not about to lose her now.Jessi St James has GOT to get a life Too many hours studying ancient artifacts has given the archaeology student a bad case of sex on the brain So she figures she must be dreaming when she spies a gorgeous half naked man staring out at her from inside the glass of an ancient mirror.It s taken him eleven centuries to find the right woman He s not about to lose her now.Jessi St James has GOT to get a life Too many hours studying ancient artifacts has given the archaeology student a bad case of sex on the brain So she figures she must be dreaming when she spies a gorgeous half naked man staring out at her from inside the glass of an ancient mirror But when a split second decision saves her from a terrifying attempt on her life, Jessi suddenly finds herself confronting six and a half feet of smoldering INSATIABLE alpha male.Heir to the arcane magic of his Druid ancestors, Cian MacKeltar was trapped inside the Dark Glass eleven centuries ago And when the Dark Glass is stolen, an ancient enemy will stop at nothing to reclaim it For Jessi, the sex god in the mirror is not only tantalisingly real, he s offering his protection from exactly what, Jessi doesn t know And all he wants in exchange is the exquisite pleasure of sharing her bed.

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    1. Blacky *Romance Addict* on said:

      These books just keep getting better and better! I simply ADORED "Spell of the Highlander"For me, the most important thing while reading a book is to connect with the characters. You can add a storyline, a million storylines that will take your breath away, but if the characters are sh*t (pardon my expression) all the imagination in the world won't do for me. Well, as you'll figure it out, the characters in here were far from sh*t XD In this novel, the story was in second place. It's about Cian [...]

    2. Sophia Triad on said:

      THE MAN IN THE MIRROREleven centuries ago, Cian MacKeltar from our favorite and infamous MacKeltal family, was trapped inside the Dark Glass by a dark sorcerer who thought he was his friend.In our century, Cian will discover Jessi.Soon he will realize that Jessi is his:-soul mate-true love-perfect match in heart, mind and bodyJessi is the one that Cian will exchange binding vows with and bind their souls together for all eternity.Jessi St. James is a PhD archaeology student with no personal life [...]

    3. Dina on said:

      I love KMM's Highlander series - I haven't read the 1st 2 books yet but the other ones were all 5-star reads to me - so I was really anxious to see if this latest installment would live up to my high expectations. Well, I'm glad to say it was another winner. :)On a Friday night, close to midnight, Jessica St. James, an overworked and exhausted Archeology graduate student at the University of Chicago, is asked by her advisor, who's just suffered a car accident, to go to his office and receive a p [...]

    4. Theresa on said:

      8/21: I'm halfway through the book and my patience is thinning. My problems with the book so far (w/o spoilers): 1) I understand Cian, the hero, is Scottish, but after 1,133 years in a mirror, wouldn't he have dropped the Scottish highlands way of saying things for more modern speech? For instance, would he still be saying "doona ken" instead of "do not know" after watching TV and reading books from his mirror for so many years?2) Cian has so many superpowers that it is hard to keep track of the [...]

    5. Laura the Highland Hussy on said:

      Updated review:A couple years ago, I discovered a fabulous author(Monica McCarty). When I finished with her books, I asked her who her "go-to" authors were. Monica's answer? Karen Marie Moning. Since my library only had this book by her, this is what I read. Wow, Cian is one hunky medieval male. I immediately returned this book and bought the whole series. This book focuses on Cian MacKeltar, a 9th century druid who is trapped in a mirrora mirror that is an Unseelie Hallow (a fae created relic). [...]

    6. AH on said:

      There’s something to be said about a book that takes you off to faraway lands, lands where the men are breathtakingly beautiful and oh, so sexy. Spell of the Highlander is one such book. As I was reading, I felt myself getting lost in this world. Cian has been imprisoned for 1,133 years in the Dark Mirror. The mirror is delivered to Chicago where Jessica St-James, an archaeology student accepts the delivery on behalf of her professor. From that point on, Jessica and Cian were hunted by Lucan T [...]

    7. Felicia on said:

      Ugh, I like this author's DarkFever books, but oooooo this kilted thing has GOT to stop! When do men EVER say "MINE" when having sex?!?! No man I would be involved in, that's fo' sho!

    8. Lady Gabriella of Awesomeness on said:

      4 Great one time read stars Not shelved under Time Travel because time travel as such doesn't take place in this one as it does in the other book.The hero is just immortalized since the 9th century.The whole story is based on the 21st century with a few couples reappearing from previous books in this series. :) This series in Ratingsso far: #1 Beyond the Highland Mist - 5 Stars ! (Review=/review/show)#2 To Tame A Highland Warrior - 1 Star :( [The ONLY book in this series I rated so low.]Here's w [...]

    9. ♥Sam ♥ ~S2~Im made of awesomness on said:

      Delicious, just delicious. I keep reading this series and each time I finish one I say that same thing – ‘OMG, this was sooo my favourite’ – and yep, you guessed it, I’m saying it again! Because this book has been reviewed by many before me I won’t go into synopsis to deeply. But Ms Moning has created the epitome of dark, broody alpha Highlander who is tragically tormented by his stone prison in which he is entrapped to look out unto the real world through a looking glass. Our Master [...]

    10. Wendy on said:

      3.5 starsTo be truthful, I found the storyline to be on the same lines as the previous books. You know a heroine, that needs to get her "cherry picked", a hero that takes her back to Scotland to get away from the bad guys.It did pick up for me halfway through the book, with Drustan and Dageus making their entrance in the story, which felt complete and far more entertaining!

    11. Jamie *Gypsy Smut-a-teer* on said:

      "Excepting with you, Jessica. You, lass, are the exception to everything. I'm not just stuck with you. You fit me here, woman." He thumped his chest with his fistOh these sexy alpha Highlanders. They can be such arrogant arses when you first meet them but once they decide who their woman is then they turn into big huge possessive, sexy, sweet talking Neanderthals. Oh my gosh and since they are all from the past and have one way or another made it to our century can be quiet hilarious over the si [...]

    12. Zeek on said:

      Although I know many love the entirety of Moning's Highlander series, I found them to be hit or miss. A frequent reread for me, Spell of the Highlander, the final in the series before the author took the series in a whole other direction, definitely falls in the "hit" category.The story essentially begins when our heroine accepts a delivery for an unusual artifact while at work. Assisting a professor while working toward her PhD, Jessi St. James's curiosity gets the best of her- especially after [...]

    13. BJ Rose on said:

      I just had to give this a 5* because Drustan & Daegus & their wives played such big roles in this story. And I really liked the tale that slowly unfolds as to the how and why of Cian getting bespelled into the mirror. I also liked that Cian remained basically moral even after he'd done some dabbling in the Black Arts, AND after being held prisoner for 1,133 years. For some reason, I focused on how that number kept getting repeated at odd times in the story, almost like that would become [...]

    14. P on said:

      ในที่สุดก็กลับมาแนวย้อนเวลาเบาสมองของโมนนิ่งอีกรอบ หลังจากดองหนังสือเล่มนี้มานานแล้วไปหมกมุ่นอยู่กับแนวพาราของแก้วกานต์กับเกรซ ฮี่ๆเจสซิกา นักศึกษาปริญญาเอกทำงานให้ศาสต [...]

    15. Bookaholic (reads every mortal thing) on said:

      Hey, here's a trick question: guess who cringed, slammed her head against the wall and cried in pain throughout the book?Oh my God. This was so bad. So, so bad. I love KMM and all, but Jesus Christ, this book was Awful. Yes, that capital A was deliberate. I dont think I have ever cringed so much while reading a book. Dear Lord, I dont even know what to say. It was that bad.The main characters are shit. Cian and Jessica are the most bullheaded dumbasses I have ever come across in modern literatur [...]

    16. Cindy on said:

      You would think this series would have to be running out of Highlanders to marry, but they just keep coming. Now we learn of Cian from the 9th century who messed with forces he shouldn't have and was tricked into a magic mirror where he was used to keep a very bad sorcerer immortal. I am glad he wasn't too descriptive about all the bad things he had seen in his time. I like the idea that fate was involved in the theft of the mirror even though that isn't what occured. Someone is pulling the stri [...]

    17. Sultan * Baby Mama Smut-a-teer* on said:

      Cain, Cain, Cain You sexy, arrogant, an rippling muscles of a man, nay of a highlander. Oooo what a sexy man to boot! KMM, I bow to you. You write some of the most deliciously amazing men and love stories, I have had the pleasure of reading and discovering. I wish they made men like this still. I could relate to Jessica in sooo many levels. For one I know the woes of having a rather large rack if you will. I, know how hard it is to find a good man and when you find said good man, you wrap yours [...]

    18. Heather on said:

      Apparently I have a reading sickness that can only be assuaged by reading a series of books about time traveling highlanders. They truly are ridiculous And a great deal of fun to read with a good dose of steam thrown in for good measure. Better yet, you don't have to read them in any sort of order to make sense of them, so feel free to read which ever ones are available at the local library. Having said that, this installment marks the end of the series and having read Moning's fever series, you [...]

    19. Cheryl on said:

      What an amazing book!!! I just can't get enough of this series! Cian MacKeltar is exactly how I like my Highlander men: big, strong, drop-dead gorgeous and totally Alpha! This man was to-die-for and funny to boot! I couldn't get enough of him and this world that Karen Marie Moning has created and I actually finished devoured this book in a little over 24 hrs!I've only read books #4-7 in this series, and I'm not ready to leave these hunky Highlanders, so I'm going back to grab the ones I've not h [...]

    20. Kristen on said:

      Good book but didn't like it near as much as Kiss of the Highlander, The Dark Highlander, or The Immortal Highlander (which is my favorite). I know many readers of this series loved the relationship between the H/h and felt it the most romantic of the series. Personally, I had a hard time feeling the connection between the H/h in this book, and the plot and characters felt a little bland. That being said, Spell of the Highlander is a good book and worth the read.

    21. Rebecca (everyday reader) on said:

      Cian and Jessica's story is an epic one. Murder, mayhem, black magyck, passion, and Scotland all wrapped up in one great story. Cian is trapped in a dark mirror and hes been for over 1100 years, and Jessi falls in love with him anyway. We get to see Dageus and Drustan again . I love the MacKelters'. Cian gives up his long time vengence to save his mate/wife, very romantic. Great read and great series!!

    22. Ilse Snell on said:

      I have to admit, before starting this book, I was what is officially known as a “highlander virgin”. My days I spent watching the TV show, Highlander (aptly put, don’t you think?) doesn’t come close to this!! This book had me humming and then full on singing the song to the highlander series. “I am immortal! I have inside me blood of Kings *aaahhhh* I have no rivals…. La la la la la…send me to the future of the world!!” I had dreams of William Wallace aka Brave Heart, riding into [...]

    23. Casey on said:

      Cian MacKeltar was trapped inside a cursed fae mirror eleven centuries ago but the blackout at the end of The Dark Highlander happens and the mirror is stolen and sold on the black market. That's how the mirror ends up in Jessica St. James's life. I have to be honest, this was not my favorite book in the series, but not my least favorite either. I had more of a meh reaction to it. Jessi's character seemed like a rehash/mashup of several of the MCs from earlier in this series. And Cian manages to [...]

    24. Jennifer on said:

      WowI first started reading the highlander series in anticipation of finishing the fever series. I only read the first five of the fever series years ago and floved them. This is the book that really ties the highlanders to the fever series and I love it for that. But it is also Moning's alpha H and eternal love-mate bonding that makes this novel better. Her writing that describes the forever love and passionate devotion among her MCs is what makes me read romance novels. She captures the feeling [...]

    25. Trader (RedHotBlueReads) on said:

      Just when I thought Karen Marie Moning couldn't possibly come up with another sexy Highlander and his smart, likeable mate, she does it again with Spell of the Highlander. I've been eager to read Cian's story every since Mac had something to say about him in Shadowfever (since I read the Fever series first) and his story did not disappoint, and the inclusion of Dageus in his story was just icing on the cake. The last four books of this Highlander series are a must read for any Fever fan, especia [...]

    26. Louisa on said:

      Such a great, awesome book! Loved reading about this couple! And that ending, that the Seelie Queen was manipulating things so that 5 druids would be together, and that she has 3 now, and the she was thinking it, makes me think that the next book is going to bring another one or two there! And it mentions the events of the later books in the Fever series! So awesome!

    27. Alisa (The Reading Obsession) on said:

      I can't believe how much I didn't notice the later books in this series-particularly this one- set up for her Fever series! Sometimes I wonder about myself

    28. Twist on said:

      Okay, so this one closely ties with Kiss of the Highlander as my favorite book so far.Cian and Jessica's story is definitely one not to be missed. Not only do we get to hear their story, but we also get to see a bit of D&G and D&C at the Keltar's castle. There is romance and intrigue and love and pain and defeat and triumph.Oh, and we get a bit of a bigger picture of why all these Keltars are meeting in the 21st century. Only a couple of nitpicks at one point Jessie muses on his tight as [...]

    29. Caro on said:

      Me encantan los Highlanders de Karen, los leí hace muchos años y ahora los imagino a todos como Jason Momoa, así que me gustan instantáneamente pensando en él.Es un poco más flojo que los demás libros, porque hay demasiada historia y poca interacción entre los personajes. Pero no puedo quejarme, Jessica es una protagonista fuerte, sin tantos reveses ni caprichos y me hacía falta leer una heroína así después de Summer (Salvaje).

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