HIGHLAND ROGUE TESS MALLORY PDF
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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Highland Rogue by Tess Mallory. On her dream vacation in the Scottish Highlands, aspiring archaeologist Maggie Graham discovers a tri-spiral carving in the floor of an ancient cairn, and unwittingly sets its dormant magic in motion. There are just two tiny problems wit On her dream vacation in the Scottish Highlands, aspiring archaeologist Maggie Graham discovers a tri-spiral carving in the floor of an ancient cairn, and unwittingly sets its dormant magic in motion.
There are just two tiny problems with this grand adventure: Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Highland Rogueplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. May 06, Julie jjmachshev rated it really liked it Shelves: I enjoyed reading Tess Mallory’s time travel books.
It’s been several years since she’s published a new one so I was thrilled to pick up “Highland Rogue”, her latest and I hope the start of a new series. Maggie is finally going to live her dream. When the dig leader offers to show her an ogham, she accompanies him to an ancient cairn where she actually trips over what turns out to be a stunning find That night, unable to sleep, she visits the cairn alone, walks the triskele, and repeats the words on the ogham.
The next thing she knows, she’s apparently traveled back in time Quinn, also known as the bandit Piper who robs the rich to help his downtrodden countrymen, is fleeing a successful robbery with his blood brother when a woman appears from nowhere and causes his friend to be shot and captured. He decides to use her guilt to help him free his friend. Once his friend is free, she can go her own way This is a fun, laughter-filled read that will have you cheering for these two as they bicker and battle their way into a warm, then passionate, relationship.
If you like braw Highlanders in kilts and laughter I’m glad I did! View all 3 comments. Jan 19, Bookaholics rated it really liked it. Now that the girls are adults and on their own, she is ready to pick-up her life where she left off, traveling the world and making fantastic discoveries as an archeologist.
Wanting to encourage her dream, her sisters and best friend purchase a trip to Scotland to assist with the excavation of a newly discovered c Highland Rogue by Tess Mallory Paranormal Romance Paperback – May 6, 4 Stars Maggie Graham has placed her life on hold to care for her twin sisters after the death of her parents. Wanting to encourage her dream, her sisters and best friend purchase a trip to Scotland to assist with the excavation of a newly discovered cairn.
Loving all things Scottish, they also hope she finds the man of her dreams. Quinn MacIntyre is known as the Piper, a Scottish Robin Hood that, with the help of his best-friend Ian, takes from the rich to give to the poor. The motive for his outlaw life stems from the desire to avenge the death of his family. Maggie accidentally discovers that the cairn is a time-travel point when she is thrown from to Scotland Her sudden appearance sets into motion a series of events that end with Ian being shot.
Maggie and Quinn reluctantly join forces to learn what has happened to Ian. In the course of their team-work, they uncover feelings for each other. They each struggle with yielding to their desire and passion, while remaining loyal to family and friends. Highland Rouge by Tess Mallory is a solid time travel romance fantasy. The characters are likeable as we follow their journey to find love and acceptance.
Review: Highland Rogue by Tess Mallory
This story touches the fantasy of time-travel not just from the point of being swept into the higland, but also of being brought to the future. Aug 01, Sandy M rated it really liked it Shelves: I always enjoy a good time travel, and Highland Rogue is a good one. It starts a little slow before getting down to the nitty gritty, but once there we get some great action, an involved storyline, and the characters are interesting and true to themselves throughout the book. In the beginning a little too much time is taken, for me, in getting to the traveling part of the story.
We learn about Maggie and her sisters, how they lost their parents and how she had to leave her dreams behind to raise I always enjoy a good time tesa, and Highland Rogue is a good one. It all could have been condensed down to get to the meat of the story so much faster. Once in the past things get much more interesting.
We meet all sorts of characters there while also seeing how life was for people not born into the nobility. By this time Quinn has feelings for Maggie and his duty ends up cleaving him in two to decide between friendship and love.
There are a couple of twists and turns at the end that kept the storyline interesting.
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This one is pretty believable and could happen to anyone who comes along at just the right time. I like all things Scottish just like Maggie. See my complete review at http: May 16, Mary rated it really liked it. I liked this Scottish time travel book. Quinn and Maggie seemed like interesting characters. There was apparently a lot of hanky panky in the bedroom and haystack going on back years ago.
I’m sure the two sisters will have their own books. The characters seem believable. It’s funny when Quinn tries to adapt to Maggie’s world. Nov 21, Erica rated it really liked it. I really liked this story, I loved the time travel in this novel as there was mostly past but with a bit of future. The characters we simple but interesting. Enjoyable read, Its more a novel to read when you want to just lay back and read. Aug 19, Amber Gray rated it it was amazing Shelves: I loved this book, but then again I love all Tess Mallory’s books.
Can’t wait for her next book. Apr 14, Kelly marked it as to-read. Jan 24, Nora Ellen rated it it was ok Shelves: To be honest, I really didn’t like this book as much as I thought I would. To be completely honest, I really didn’t like it at all. That’s incredibly rare for me, especially because I went out and bought this book.
The story is along the basic time travel highlander lines; girl goes to Scotland and finds a way to get whisked back in time to 16th century cotland where she stumbles onto the path of a rogue highlander.
In this book, Maggie goes on her dream vacation to Scotland on an archeological d To be honest, I really didn’t like this book as much as I thought I would. In this book, Maggie goes on her dream vacation to Scotland on an archeological dig. On a midnight walk, she finds a cavern with a phrase carved into the wall. Upon reading the phrase outloud, she is sent back in time years and into the path of an ongoing battle between two highwaymen and a carriage of noble elites.
In the following moments, one of the highwaymen is captured by the opposition, and Maggie is saved by the other one. He is no other than Quinn MacIntyre, the famed Piper, a bandit, and outlaw, and the sexiest man that Maggie has ever laid her eyes on.
The rest of the story is pretty obvious at this point. There were a few major reason that I didn’t like this book.
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One was the characterization. Usually, in a texs book, the characters are believeable and you get the sense that you’re really in the book. This book, malory characters, Maggie especially, were quite dull and monotonous. There were a few instances where they came to life, but other than that, I found it pretty difficult to get past the doldrums. The book really didn’t have any worthwhile substance. The characters severely downplayed the significance of key plot points, while focusing on steamy love scenes instead.
Though I’m a romance girl at heart, I like books that also have a plot. Also seemed rushed in that she’s declaring her love for him within a few days of meeting him. The h wraps her arms around him, paces some herself, then asks if he’s wearing anything under there. Before he can answer, she runs her hands under the c Hmmm Before he can answer, she eogue her hands under the covers to see, then gets off the top of the covers and crawls in bed with him.
I read this tesss twice to see if I missed something. It’s almost like the author had added the conversation into a scene but forgot to adjust the characters’ placement.