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Saturday, October 3, 2009

Highland Dragon by Kimberly Killion

Blurb:


A desire that defies all limits…and a love that was meant to be…



Scotland 1502.





Akira Neish has been raised as a peasant, her belly often empty and her family subject to the cruel whims of her clan's laird. To the clan’s children, the horned shaped birthmark she bears means she is a witch. But she is neither peasant nor witch—and now the man who knows the truth has returned to claim her for his own.



Calin MacLeod has kept Akira's secrets and to avenge his father, the sensual young laird must marry her. He is more than a match for the fiery nature of the woman he adores. Yet the passion they share—and truths that can no longer remain hidden—could rip all of Scotland apart...



Review:


Brilliant! Breathtaking! Heart stopping! Ms. Killion is a breath of fresh air. Highland Dragon gripped my heart from page one and held it until the last period.



Calin is the ultimate alpha hero; strong, loyal and tender-one I could fall in love with over and over again.



Akria is intelligent, caring and passionate. She possess the fire and courage of a dragon-a true heroine any woman would look up to and desire to be. And what woman wouldn’t want to seize Calin MacLeod’s heart?



Ms. Killion made me fall in love with love all over again. She is definitely on my top authors list.




I give this story five hearts and a Recommended Read. Reviewed by
Jasmine





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*This book was bought and paid for by the reviewers money.

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