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She treks from England to Scotland not knowing there is a special breed of shapeshifting people that live in the Highland This is my first Lucy Monroe book and I was debating between a paranormal romance and a historical romance when I saw this in my TBR pile. She treks from England to Scotland not knowing there is a special breed of shapeshifting people that live in the Highlands named the Chrechte. The Chrechte keep their existence a secret.
Not only do these werewolves distrust humans, they also find they rarely produce offspring. They need Chrechte offspring for their race to survive. Talorc is Chrechte and refuses to take the human Emily as a wife, and then she is kidnapped by the bordering Highland werewolf laird, Lachlan Balmoral. Romance ensues between the heroine and Lachlan. At first, Emily aggravated me with her impudence, and the bickering between the Lachlan and her didn't seem to serve a purpose, but then I went with the flow. She proves herself to be kind and trustworthy.
She works with his clan and embraces a friendship with her fellow kidnap victim, Cait. Cait, a pregnant widow, has a nice secondary romance in this book. Lachlan, for the most part, conducted himself like a hero. As he struggled between choosing love over duty to his clan, he conducted himself with honor towards Emily. Werewolves blended seamlessly into this historical romance.
I now want to read the next book in this series, Moon Craving. View 2 comments. Jan 17, Laura the Highland Hussy rated it really liked it Shelves: highlander-books. I read a short story that is a free download and the pre-quel to this story on Lucy Monroe's website, and was completely unimpressed it could have been the childish looking wolf drawings that distracted me, though, they were dumb! But I really wasn't expecting much from this. I was way off! Emily is sent off to the Highlands to wed a laird who'd demanded reparations from her father, an English baron.
She and Talorc I read a short story that is a free download and the pre-quel to this story on Lucy Monroe's website, and was completely unimpressed it could have been the childish looking wolf drawings that distracted me, though, they were dumb! She and Talorc Sinclair do not get along, but his sister Cait is a sweetie and they become best friends.
Too bad they get kidnapped by the rival laird! Luckily Emily and the rival laird Lachlan Balmore have an instant attraction, but what do ya know?
But don't forget about Talorc! He wants his sister if not his betrothed back. Super fun and fast read, even though it's over pages.
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I loved it I fully recommend reading the short story on her website first, just ignore the pictures. It has an overall rating on GR of nearly 4 stars! I was severely disappointed. Not only was the heroine just I would have liked 1. I mean He was a fool for kissing her again, for tempting his beast as well as his manly desire.
I dont mind a little 1. I dont mind a little cheesiness in romances, but this book was over the top. WTF was that? Manly desire? It was a lot little things like this that just ruined the overall feel of the book for me, besides my dislike of the main characters. There was also a ridiculous sex scene where Lachlan gives her release after touching her twice, but I wont go further into that disappointment. Here is to hoping my next book is better.
Aug 09, Summer rated it it was ok Shelves: historical-romance , paranormal , paranormal-romance , men-in-kilts , heroine-is-annoying , scotland , shifters-werewolves , romance , historical. Moon Awakening was It was one of those romance novels where I feel like the characters aren't really developed much.
The heroine is sent to Scotland to marry some lord to protect her deaf sister from having to go. She loves her sister and befriends the sister of the lord she supposed to marry but that's about all you can say for her.
The hero is some alpha highlander man who kidnaps the heroine and her friend. He wears plaid and is kind of pretty but that's about all you can say for him Moon Awakening was He wears plaid and is kind of pretty but that's about all you can say for him. Well, besides he's a werewolf and his clan is too. I felt like the idea of these clans of werewolves in medieval Scotland actually a pretty interesting premise.
I just felt that the premise turned out to be the most interesting thing about it. Apr 19, Cynthia rated it really liked it Shelves: paranormal-romance , werewolves , highlander. A little confusing at first getting the back-story and history of the Chrechte werewolf people, but that soon dissipates as the storyline takes hold, and you are immersed in this wonderful world in the Scottish Highlands. The heroine and hero, Emily Hamilton and Lachlan Balmoral, are delightful. Many secondary characters are fully developed and come into play through-out the story.
The side-story tale of Drustan and Cait added even more enjoyment to this engrossing tale. You won't be disappoint A little confusing at first getting the back-story and history of the Chrechte werewolf people, but that soon dissipates as the storyline takes hold, and you are immersed in this wonderful world in the Scottish Highlands.
You won't be disappointed in this gem. Jan 30, Maura rated it liked it Shelves: series , virgin-heroine , great-scots , medieval , p-b-e , paranormal-romance , someone-else-s-c-b , historical-romance , hymen-ridiculousness , arranged-marriage. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Emily Hamilton is an English lady sent to marry a Scottish laird by order of their kings, but she has no idea when she arrives that she is among a clan of shape-shifters called the Crechte.
She makes friends with her betrothed's sister, Cait, but her betrothed, Talorc despises her, nor does Emily feel anything for him. When Lachlan, an enemy clan's chieftain, kidnaps Emily and Cait and forces Cait to "mate" with his second-in-command, Emily is torn between her desire to escape and her attraction Emily Hamilton is an English lady sent to marry a Scottish laird by order of their kings, but she has no idea when she arrives that she is among a clan of shape-shifters called the Crechte. When Lachlan, an enemy clan's chieftain, kidnaps Emily and Cait and forces Cait to "mate" with his second-in-command, Emily is torn between her desire to escape and her attraction to the rugged highlander.
She soon falls in love with him, but Lachlan and his clan keep the secret of the existence of the Crechte and Emily is still betrothed to Talorc. Okay, so for sheer entertainment value, this story gets a lot of credit. I was interested and engaged throughout, it had plenty of action, drama and passion among the characters. There's actually two romances here - Lachlan and Emily, as well as Cait and Drustan the second in command. Cait and Drustan have the whole true mates thing going and the fact that they're both shifters Lachlan and Emily have a bit more angst in their relationship since they can't really have a future together and Lachlan is pretty prejudiced about the idea of marrying humans.
I think I might have liked a bit less focus on the secondary romance, just to give a bit more attention to Lachlan and Emily. My primary problem with this story comes down to the fact that neither Lachlan nor Drustan actually listen to the women or learn anything from them Lachlan kidnaps the two women as a form of revenge against their laird, which, as Emily points out is a pretty shitty thing to do She rails against how they've had any choice taken away from them.
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Lachlan doesn't care to be insulted and offers no excuse or apology or his actions. There is the revelation that it was a better option to killing so many people in Cait's clan, but nobody pointed out that a diplomatic option existed and that was even better and could have been tried first without any loss of life or freedom.
I do respect the fact that Emily never apologizes or changes her opinion about her insults, but I would have hoped that Lachlan would understand what he'd done or at least come full circle with realizing that he needs to listen to Emily or give her choices. And it's obvious he didn't learn the lesson because he then more or less forces her into marriage at the end. I do note that she was only unwilling because she thought he didn't love her or still had prejudice, but he doesn't admit he loves her until after they're married That irked me quite a bit.
And I also feel like there wasn't really a resolution between Cait and Drustan. She resented that he treated her like a child, making her ask permission for everything, and there was no confirmation that he'd changed. Good story and excellent storytelling. I will be going on to the next in the series they're all in my library e-service, yay! Apr 27, Elizabeth Mckernan rated it it was amazing. I really love this series and how fiercely the highlanders love and protect their families and their clan and their true soul mate when they find them.