The Highlander's Folly

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The Highlander's Folly

The Highlander s Folly A brave fifteenth century Highlander fiercely devoted to his foster family Hunter of clan MacKintosh can defeat any man in battle Thanks to his fae gifts he can read the intent of his opponents and

  • Title: The Highlander's Folly
  • Author: Barbara Longley
  • ISBN: 9781477821541
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback
  • A brave fifteenth century Highlander fiercely devoted to his foster family, Hunter of clan MacKintosh can defeat any man in battle Thanks to his fae gifts, he can read the intent of his opponents and guess their next moves But when the faerie Madame Giselle sends Hunter to the present day, he stumbles into a staged battle and rescues a young knight only to discover thatA brave fifteenth century Highlander fiercely devoted to his foster family, Hunter of clan MacKintosh can defeat any man in battle Thanks to his fae gifts, he can read the intent of his opponents and guess their next moves But when the faerie Madame Giselle sends Hunter to the present day, he stumbles into a staged battle and rescues a young knight only to discover that the knight is a woman, and she s anything but a damsel in distress.Meghan McGladrey learned martial arts and sword fighting from her father, a time traveling Highlander himself To Hunter s surprise, Meghan is as skilled as any knight When both of them are pulled back to the fifteenth century, Meghan becomes desperate to return to her time Hunter, who is pledged to another, begins to fall for the beautiful, brave warrior as they fight side by side against a common enemy Now, he must decide which matters his honor, or following his heart.Exciting battles and intoxicating passion reunite in the third Novel of Loch Moigh from award winning author Barbara Longley.

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    1. Linda on said:

      Highlanders Folly , gets a big 5 happy Kilts from me! I just love a book that hits a bunch of my favorite genre's and this one does, little paranormal with the Fea, hunky highlanders set in a historical time travel romance! I have yet to read the first two books in this series but it in know way affected my enjoyment of the book, though the author incorporates Character's from the firs two books, she provides just enough backround information to keep the book moving along well and not give away [...]

    2. Susan (susayq ~) on said:

      3.5 starsIt's been a while since I read a time-travel romance. This was pretty good. The heroine, Meghan, is hurtled back into the past. There was no weeping and pitching a fit and not understanding what was going on because Meghan's father was transported to the future, so she knows all about time travel. Meghan is brought to the past by our hero, Hunter, who is coerced into "saving" Meghan by his fae granddam, Aine.Hunter had to be the most obstinate hero I've read in a long while. He realizes [...]

    3. Ƥʋиʏα [Punya Reviews...] on said:

      My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book for more, visit Punya ReviewsBarbara Longley’s The Highlander's Folly is the 3rd installment of her time-travel, Loch Moigh, series. I’ve read and loved the first two installments, but unfortunately, this one was rather frustrating. And I blame no one but Hunter!Why? I’ll go there soon, but first a little recap. Loch Moigh started with True to the Highlander where we find that the Fae have been meddling with [...]

    4. RJ on said:

      *spoilers*My Thoughts:I liked the second book in this series but unfortunately this did not live up to the excitement I had about reading a time traveling highlander romance.So we already know from the blurb that Hunter is pledged to another woman and I wasn't too worried about that in the beginning because it was barely mentioned but that changed at the 40% mark because that is when the "love triangle" starts. I didn't like that Hunter never told Meghan about Sky. He was just leading her on whi [...]

    5. Tamara Hughes on said:

      Loved this book. The heroine who came from the here and now was feisty and kick-ass. She didn't let anyone push her around. And the hero Hunter, from the past, was protective and shocked by this beauty. He thinks he wants to marry a woman he grew up with. He'd always planned to marry her, but once he meets Meghan, he's befuddled and smitten. While he stubbornly attempts to press on with his plans, he can't stop thinking about her, and must come to terms with the fact that not everything is under [...]

    6. Maria11 on said:

      Sweet storyGreat read dragged a bit and I wanted to punch a Hunter in the face throughout the story. What a lame brained man!!Hunter was just so stubborn not to see the truth in front of his face. Hunter for all his strength, success, and kind hear has such issues with his upbringing and self. Deep down he doesn't feel worthy or good enough and tends not to see the truth right in front of his face! His family loves him no matter what. He argues with everyone and then fate punches him right in th [...]

    7. Marsha Spohn on said:

      A fierce Highlander from the fifteenth-century, a faerie’s plot and a modern day time-traveling maiden. What’s not to love in that combination?Read on for my thoughts on The Highlander’s Folly. No true spoilers, promise.This is the third novel in this series, and I was a bit concerned because I have not read the others. Sometimes you can jump into a series anywhere and others, not so easy. There were enough comments about previous stories in the early chapters that I could read Hunter and [...]

    8. Edwina " I LoveBooks" "Deb" on said:

      ANOTHER GREAT STORY IN THE LOCK MOIGH NOVELS!!Highlander's Folly is another 5 Star Hit story by Barbara Longley. This is the story of Hunter who is the foster son of Malcolm and Lady True from bk 1 "True to the Highlander". Hunter is all grown up and has now gotten his Spurs he is bloodied and Knighted. After being away from home for 5 years he has now returned but on his way home he encounters his great grandmother centuries removed Madame Gieselle who poses as a Gypsy Fortune Teller,. Giselle [...]

    9. Deborah on said:

      This was a good story! Hunter, a 15th century knight is bringing his fortune from abroad home. They have been gone for five years and have been successful in part due to Hunter’s fae abilities. It’s very useful in battle being able to know what the enemy’s next move is going to be. But when the faerie, Madame Giselle, sends Hunter to present day, he lands in the middle of a staged battle at a Renaissance Fair. He rescues a young knight from what he perceives to be a certain death, by bring [...]

    10. Carmella Siciliano on said:

      I received an ARC for an honest opinion. This book was about Hunter & Meghan. Meghan is whisked back to 15th century Scotland by Hunter. Hunter is put in this position by the wiley Fae Aine, his grandmother several times removed.His vow is to return her to her time but does she want to go? Does he want to her go? What's a romance without the angst!Hunter does have some Fae gifts as does several of his foster family. This of course is not widely known because he or they could be put to death [...]

    11. Belinda on said:

      This was an exciting romance filled with lots of adventure and passion from two very different people. You get a lot of knightly action from one man can sense things from his opponent when engaged in battle. Hunter a highlander of clan MacKintosh is undefeated in battle because of his fae gifts.He is devoted to his foster family and is esteemed by others. But when Hunter a 15th century man is tricked by the faerie Madame Giselle who sends him to the present day, he encounters a knight in a sword [...]

    12. Trish R. on said:

      Wonderful book and spectacular narration.I started laughing right off the bat. It just struck me funny that a male’s member was called a “tarse” and his rear-end was called an “arse.”Anyway, I’m glad this book is not 300 or 400 pages because there was a lot of angst already, and I do hate pages and pages of angst. I mean, really? Hunter wanted to marry Sky because he was concerned about his feelings for Meghan, afraid he can’t do his job if he’s constantly thinking of Meghan? The [...]

    13. Negar Arvanaghi on said:

      Methinks Giselle is laying on the guilt before she lowers the boom.Ah, that explains why she's taking this so well.I like how the author has seamlessly woven in the characters from the first two books.Why do men think they can fix everything, simply because they are men?Is it just me, or is Cecil always the squirrely one in books and movies? God, he's hot. Lusting during a funeral,Meghan? Shame on you, haha! So marrying your adopted sister will make you a better fighter? Good plan. Ha, that's wh [...]

    14. Margaret Sholders on said:

      This was a good story. It was an open book in that it didn't use gratuitous blood and killing. There is some but only when needed. There is a good bit of paranormal here. There is time travel involved mixing up lives. Hunter was returning from Europe in 1441. His granddam is a Tuatha De' Danann and she sends him into the future where he crashes a Ren Faire and returns with Meghan when he thinks the sword act is real. He vows to send Meg home but first he has to find his Gran again. Hunter was fo [...]

    15. Crystal on said:

      4.5/5 starsARC copyI have to admit that when I first started this book I had an oh no moment when it started out like one of those books you read and say "Oh great, the author has a thesaurus." However, the book quickly becomes interesting and thankfully is not one of 'those' books. The plot is fantastic with time travel, fae, and deceit. I loved Meg's character. She is strong, intelligent, and she can take care of herself. Hunter's character was a little emotional for me, but that's more of a p [...]

    16. Rita Hernandez on said:

      OMG!! This book was fabulous! First I am not new to the time travel story line but I like that it is Hunter who goes and gets Meghan. Even though this is the 3rd book in this series it stands well on its own and I have not read any of the other books. There were times when I wanted to reach through the pages and just slap Hunter. In fact I love when his friend tells him how utterly stupid he has been. It is so obvious how much Hunter actually cares for Meghan but he is stubborn while she is busy [...]

    17. Natália on said:

      I was expecting book three from sometime now. Since I read Far From Perfect, I've seen every Barbara's book published for kindle. I like her ideas and style very much. For whom this is the first novel it has strong, realistic characters, a great plot and a hot love story. And to the other novels fans It's nice to read more about Hunter.I don't want to be a spoiler so I will say that this book fulfill my expectations, it remains within the series style, it has a great love story, funny and action [...]

    18. Shaila on said:

      I thoroughly enjoyed this book -- it was entertaining and romantic, and I love Barbara Longley's writing style!Like True and Gwen in Books 1 and 2, Meghan is another strong, independent and resourceful heroine. She's not helpless by any means, and, like the other two, struggles with the implications of being such a woman in 15th-century Scotland. I laughed and groaned at some of the scenes, and I love how Barbara can make me do that.The all-grown-up Hunter is the consummate honor-bound knight wh [...]

    19. Adrith Bicchieri on said:

      [read as electronic galley on NetGalley]The first time someone recommended "Outlander" to me, I said "Time-travel historical fiction? Are you kidding?" And now I love it."The Highlander's Folly" is a happy addition to the body of work in the genre. Originally selected from NetGalley because my traveling reading tends toward stories I can get lost in, this book offers a plucky, capable heroine from present day, a cast of believably Scots clan members, and knotty clan intrigues. I had no idea this [...]

    20. Tinsoni on said:

      This was a huge disappointment compared to the first two books. Not anywhere near as good as the first two books. Hunter's stubbornness was dragged too long and it became annoying. The reasons for Meghan being necessary to him was not solid enough. The plot was a bit weak and conflicts unclear.The thing that I loved about the past two books in this series was the heroes Malcolm and Rob. Hunter was a disaster in comparison. He lacked all the qualities of a good Scottish hero. I would not worry ab [...]

    21. Faye Lawson on said:

      Fools rush in With the help of the fae, another young couple find the road to love and happiness wrought with many obstacles chief of which is our hero's vow and stubbornness in adhering to it! I liked the story and characters, especially ones previously met, who stayed in character! Delightful reading, truly romantic, I highly recommend!

    22. Tana on said:

      Book three lovely, entertaining story.I truly enjoyed this book. I have no greater complement to give than that. Thank you Ms. Langley for a lovely visit to 15th century Scotland.

    23. Brittany on said:

      I received this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. It was a great time travel romance. This was book 3 in a series. I loved seeing Hunter grow up and get his HEA. If you are looking for a good time travel romance look no further.

    24. Joan on said:

      Highlander's Folly is the third book in the Loch Moigh time travel series and this is Hunter and Megan's book. I was so excited to read about a grown up Hunter. Since the first book where he was introduced as a deaf, bedraggled, orphaned little boy I was drawn to Hunter and wanted to see him in the warm embrace of his heart's desire. But unlike with Malcolm and Robely, I just didn't feel that bone-deep love between Hunter and Megan. Insta-lust sure, but no magical connection between these two. I [...]

    25. Marisa on said:

      I didn't know what to expect from The Highlander's Folly as I didn't read the others in the series. The book opens and quickly outlines what was previously missed enough that I was able to follow along easily. Meghan is a modern woman stolen back hundreds of years by a blundering knight, Hunter. The two have sparks flying between them from the very beginning and it makes for an interesting story. Up until the point Sky enters the story and it changes from a then meets now to a love triangle. I d [...]

    26. Beverly on said:

      Brilliantly EnjoyableThe Highlander's Folly is another 5-star read from Barbara Longley! I absolutely loved being transported back in time to fifteenth-century Scotland. Barbara makes the journey oh so enjoyable and she makes the reader actually feel as if she is right there in the mix of things with Hunter, Meghan and the rest of clan MacKintosh! This book is exciting, filled with comical moments, suspense, intrigue, mystical happenings from the fae and most of all romance and love. From beginn [...]

    27. Mariel Hoss on said:

      ***ARC from NetGalley in Exchange for an honest review***The third in the Loch Moigh time-travel series can stand-alone but I enjoyed it because I was able to read the first two. This one deals with Hunter, a child (but a major character) in the first book. The main characters were written well though it bothered me some that Meghan wasn't as devastated as I though she would be being thrust into the past with no way of getting back home to her familye women in the previous books were mostly lone [...]

    28. Sue on said:

      Story 3.75, Narration 4.I did enjoy this story, but I would have liked Hunter to be less noble and more willing to accept he was important to his clan. For a man who is incredibly confident in his capabilities. He wasn't all that confident on how others felt about him. AS though he was unworthy. Incredibly Hunter isn't sexists about Meghan having bested him in hand to hand. I can't see that happening really. It's a time when men were most valued for their fighting abilities than anything. But th [...]

    29. Roxie on said:

      Another wonderful escape through Loch Moigh & Meikle GeddesAbsolutely love Meghan & Hunter. I think Meg's been my favorite of the three 21st century protagonists. As with the previous stories (True & Malcolm's and Erin & Rob's), I couldn't tear myself away. Everything fit perfectly together. I was a little perplexed at first with how long it had been, according to Meg, since she had seen Robley vs. the year she returned to and how much he had aged, but even that was eventually an [...]

    30. Kelli Fritz on said:

      The third book in the series, and it was nice to have several of the characters of the first two books reappear in this book. I enjoyed this as much as the first two and I both read and listened to the audio verison of this title. I have a 40 minute drive to work and I found myself taking a longer route just to listen to the voice of Phil Gigante! Can that man do a highlander accent. I found myself wanting to listen to this book more than read it just to hear Phil's voice. His voice is Hunter an [...]

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