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BEWITCHING THE HIGHLANDER
by Lois Greiman

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1819 Scotland and England

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Greiman's ingenious series concludes in style as another warrior rises from the dead to right an ancient wrong. The sensuality comes in many forms, most arrestingly of all from the subliminal thoughts shared by her lovers. Greiman cleverly makes this a hot read before there is even one kiss.

Awakening from a centuries-long sleep, Keelan is determined to avenge his mother's murder at the hands of ruthless Lord Chetfield. He's also in search of the treasure that sent his mother to her doom. When he sets foot on Chetfield's lands he's severely beaten. Using his wits he convinces Chetfield that he's a healer, when in truth it's the lovely maid, Charity, whose touch can revive the sick.

Keelan's appearance puts a damper on sweet Charity's plans to find the treasure. Since his arrival her dreams are filled with sexual yearning, and she's unable to resist him. A time comes when they flee together, holding the treasure, Chetfield's staff. Soon they realize that their magic is made stronger by their passion, and that love is the great and lasting treasure that vanquishes their enemy. (Avon, Aug., 370 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: August 2007

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