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Haunted Warrior (Signet Eclipse) epub ebook

by Allie Mackay

Haunted Warrior (Signet Eclipse) epub ebook

Author: Allie Mackay
Category: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Signet (January 3, 2012)
ISBN: 0451235487
ISBN13: 978-0451235480
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 405
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Haunted Warrior (Signet Eclipse) Mass Market Paperback – January 3, 2012. I enjoy all the books I have read by Allie MacKay. She has an excellent grasp of the time period and the character of the people who lived then.

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Haunted Warrior book. The pace of Haunted Warrior by Allie Mackay didn't feel like it picked up until near the end. The story was interesting but somehow didn’t fully hold my interest. Also, there really isn't much sexual tension, and Kendra and Graeme don't get physical until near the end of the book so it lacked that feeling of delicious anticipation.

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Graeme MacGrath, lifelong resident of Pennard, scowled at his dog, Jock, as he bent to dip a sponge into a bucket of soapy water he wall of a nearby breakwater, . .

Graeme MacGrath, lifelong resident of Pennard, scowled at his dog, Jock, as he bent to dip a sponge into a bucket of soapy water he wall of a nearby breakwater, dousing him and the small blue rental car he was presently washing. The spray didn’t reach Jock, sprawled as he was on the Keel’s door stoop. And the dog’s smug expression said he felt his master deserved the brine shower. If it weren’t for you -­Graeme circled the sponge over the car’s driver’s-­side window-­ thon American lassie would be halfway.

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Allie Mackay pens stories that sparkle. HIGHLANDER IN HER BED is a yummy paranormal romp!"

Allie Mackay pens stories that sparkle. HIGHLANDER IN HER BED is a yummy paranormal romp!" - Angela Knight, USA Today bestselling author. About the Author: Allie Mackay is the alter ego of USA Today bestselling author, Sue-Ellen Welfonder, who writes Scottish medieval romances. A former flight attendant of Scottish descent, she spent many years living in Europe and still makes annual visits to Scotland.

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Kendra Chase is exhausted from her work as a ghost whisperer, so she's been looking forward to her vacation in Edinburgh. But work awaits her as the tiny fishing village is being excavated, and supernatural uprisings have been reported. Graeme MacGrath knows the source of the psychic trouble. The excavation is disrupting the protective veil between this world and darker, more ancient ones. He hates to admit it but he will need the fetching Kendra and her paranormal abilities to save the town he loves from unspeakable evil.
Reviews (7)
Vuzahn
It was an ok story.:)I really liked Graeme.It seems this is the last book in the series and I think I will read the other books.

Corgustari
Allie Mackay always delivers. I love her characters and the settings she portrays. I just feel like I'm in Scotland! Can't wait for the new releases from Mackay!

Xlisiahal
This whole series was a lot of fun to read!

Gralsa
Normally, I enjoy this authors works - but this was disappointing.to say the least. The story started off at a nice pace, but when it came time to start uniting them, it felt the author rushed everything. The main willain was easily dispatched, and I never felt he was a villain at all. You never see him do anything.

I felt the connection between the couple was ridiculous. There was no self doubt in either character as to whether the other would want them-not truly. The slight mentions conflicted with the arrogance that they had, naturally assuming the other was interested.

Then we have so many things never tied up. Why did she see Graeme in a kilt. Why was the magic aspect of his line never explained? She never passed on the whole message from the ghost, and the message she did give meant nothing to Graeme.

This just lacked substance for me. I felt either the author had a looming deadline or she couldnt like her characters enough to hang with them.

Malarad
I enjoy all the books I have read by Allie MacKay. She has an excellent grasp of the time period and the character of the people who lived then.

Fomand
I love Allie Mackay books and always look forward to her new releases. This time, I was sadly disappointed. This was just an okay read. I really tried to like this but it was a struggle. There was no humor when the main characters interact like you usually find in her books. I just didn't feel the romantic connection between Kendra and Graeme until the end of the book.

DEAD-SHOT
This was the first Allie Mackay book I have read since Highlander In Her Bed in 2007 or so. It was an enjoyable read. Allie Mackay's love of Scotland and its people comes through. Her descriptions of the countryside and the fishing village enable you to feel the mist on our face and smell the peat fires. You get a good feel for the people and the community and can sympathize with their feelings about plans for their village.

I don't know that Graeme MacGrath's character is better drawn than Kendra's, but he is a character with a strong sense of duty and an intensity of purpose that overrides all he does. Kendra's character is not as strong. I got a good feel for how she dealt with her job and how much she liked Scotland. You only get a peak at who she is. I think part of the problem with her was she didn't know what she wanted. There was sexual tension but no real relationship until the end.

I did enjoy the story and the characters, there was just a feeling that there needed to be a bit more of "something" to make the story shine.

Graeme and Kendra stepped right into the depths of my heart. She is busy trying to calm some spirits in a northern Scottish village and trying hard to keep that fact from Graeme while he has some secrets of his own that he's trying to hide from her. They find themselves falling in love while shuffling their own secrets.

Allie MacKay takes you on a wonderful journey to a Scottish village named Pennard where you can smell the sea and feel as if you could reach out and touch your surroundings. Secondary characters who will make you smile and one Viking spirit who touched me so much I'll always carry him with me.
She always has a dog in her stories and Jock is a true soul. You can't lose when you pick up a Mackay book.

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