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Snowy Night with a Highlander ➜ [KINDLE] ❆ Snowy Night with a Highlander By Julia London ➦ – Thomashillier.co.uk From an author who creates magic and leaves her fans begging for , Romantic Times comes a delightful eNovella that first appeared in the anthology Snowy Night with a Stranger and is now available as a From an author who with a eBook ¸ creates magic and leaves her fans begging for , Romantic Times comes a delightful eNovella that first appeared in the anthology Snowy Night with a Stranger Snowy Night eBook ¿ and is now available as a standalone ebooksearching for her rakehell brother, an earl lying low in the wake of a scandalous affair, Fiona Haines is guided by a rugged Highlander Night with a PDF Ë who obscures his scarred face As they journey on, Fiona becomes closer to her brave, enigmatic hero but will fury or passion ignite when he reveals his identity.

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  • ebook
  • 144 pages
  • Snowy Night with a Highlander
  • Julia London
  • English
  • 24 July 2019
  • 1476714568

About the Author: Julia London

Julia London is the with a eBook ¸ New York Times and USA Today best selling author ofthan two dozen romantic fiction novels She is the author of the popular historical romance series, the Snowy Night eBook ¿ Cabot Sisters, including The Trouble with Honor, The Devil Takes a Bride, and The Scoundrel and the Debutante She is also the author of several contemporary romances, including Homecoming Ranch,Return to Night with a PDF Ë Homecoming Ranch, and The Perfect Homecoming Julia is the recipient of the RT Bookclub Award for Best Historical Romance and a six time finalist for the prestigious RITA award for excellence in romantic fiction To keep up with all the Julia London news, please visit Follow her on Facebook at.



10 thoughts on “Snowy Night with a Highlander

  1. Zoe Zoe says:

    Tags beauty and the beast, girl with a highland spunk and a brooding highlander, Georgian, novellaMy dear friend Tinsoni has once asked me whether I have ever rated any novella 5 stars, well, this one was close because I was so entertained.This book was nothing fancy, it isn t some literary gem, not emotional, no smart banters or titillating conversations I started reading because I have just read one book from Julia London and really liked it I wanted to continue reading but knew that I didn Tags beauty and the beast, girl with a highland spunk and a brooding highlander, Georgian, novellaMy dear friend Tinsoni has once asked me whether I have ever rated any novella 5 stars, well, this one was close because I was so entertained.This book was nothing fancy, it isn t some literary gem, not emotional, no smart banters or titillating conversations I started reading because I have just read one book from Julia London and really liked it I wanted to continue reading but knew that I didn t have time to finish another novel Just coming off a Julia London high, I decided to stay on it and read this novella I expected what I usually expect when I read a novella insta lust and insta love and the end But that didn t happen I started reading about Fiona, a highland lady in London, having to go to the highlands to warn her wayward brother of certain political schemes The book opened with a parlor scene with a dog which would usually have bored me to tears But it moved quickly and Fiona was in Edinburgh and in the lion s den, so to speak, her uncle requesting that the laird of Blackwood, Duncan Buchanan, took her along on his trip to his family seat because Fiona s brother appeared to have gone there I know I know, nothing special right I don t even know why I couldn t stop reading The story moved at a fast pace, and every character was so well drawn, I felt that they were in front of me They were who they were supposed to be, and no annoying characters I would normally dislike a girl with spunk but Fiona was so refreshingly pleasant If anyone ever wants to write a highland girl who does not exactly fit into the intricate English society, Fiona is it No theatrics, no hissy fits, no indignation about not having independence, no pretending to be a warrior, I liked Fiona I would love to be her friend The story is beauty and the beast, classic style Duncan was a vain man and had offended Fiona when she was 17 But his accident changed him At 30, he had lost all his former glory Disfigured on face and in body, he despised himself Nowomen willingly jumping into his bed No warmth and no prospect He saw Fiona again but couldn t believe that he had so callously disregarded her before But now he was an ugly monster It didn t help him to think about what may have been Fiona didn t recognize him, and they became re acquainted on the road until late in the book, they shared one passionate kiss and later they both came to admit that they liked each other, after Duncan s real identity was revealed of course So the plot isn t anything special, been done many times before But I was so drawn into the story I felt like I met everyone in this book Their characters jumped of the pages I still thought the I love you came too abruptly, but that s always the case for novellas This novella actually told a story from beginning to the end, with plot and relationship development, I thought it was quite a feat

  2. Stephanie (Jump) Stephanie (Jump) says:

    5 starsI really enjoyed this nouvella, an original story with a Beauty and the Beast theme The hero, once the king of highland society, scorned the heroine thoughtlessly, but this story begins where he has now been humbled by an accident that left him scarred on his face and body, with the use of one arm The heroine, instead of one who wallows in humiliation or bitterness, has since grown into her own.It had the right mix of angst for the hero who has been humbled by his painful past mixed wit 5 starsI really enjoyed this nouvella, an original story with a Beauty and the Beast theme The hero, once the king of highland society, scorned the heroine thoughtlessly, but this story begins where he has now been humbled by an accident that left him scarred on his face and body, with the use of one arm The heroine, instead of one who wallows in humiliation or bitterness, has since grown into her own.It had the right mix of angst for the hero who has been humbled by his painful past mixed with lightness from the heroine s infectious spirit and storytelling.I enjoyed it thoroughly I love the sexual tension that the author built, it had just the right believable pace.Safetly view spoiler Safe The incident in which he snubs her in public did not make him too much of as asshole to be unforgivable It was a careless comment but he did not set out to be deliberately cruel to her He did enjoy a rakish past but in the story there is no OW or mistress or scenes with OW OM hide spoiler

  3. Widala Widala says:

    An entertaining read about a scarred Highlander and his lady love.Fiona was a sweetheart And I couldn t help but sympathized with Duncan His regrets and his efforts to change were sincere.Although it happened in short period of time literally one snowy night , I could feel the connection between them and I cheered for their HEA.But, no kilt action in this book Because it s winter, you know, and we definitely don t want anything important to get frostbite.

  4. Angela Angela says:

    This is my first taste of the Scandalous Series, and I think I might be hooked.Fiona could have been a super annoying character, especially since she had a tendency to never shut up Somehow Julia London was able to write her chattiness in a way that was almost endearing My favorite thing about Fiona is how open minded she is She treats tenants and servants with respect, and she acknowledges her attraction for Duncan before she even knows who he is From the beginning she sees past his scars.D This is my first taste of the Scandalous Series, and I think I might be hooked.Fiona could have been a super annoying character, especially since she had a tendency to never shut up Somehow Julia London was able to write her chattiness in a way that was almost endearing My favorite thing about Fiona is how open minded she is She treats tenants and servants with respect, and she acknowledges her attraction for Duncan before she even knows who he is From the beginning she sees past his scars.Duncan is a great example of how people grow and change based on their life experiences He carries tremendous guilt and regret from his previous life, and has turned into a man who is humble and kind It s a novella, so they fall for each other rather abruptly, but there were sparks along the way so it didn t feel forced The only downside is, what s with this cover artIn zero way does it match the story

  5. Desiree Desiree says:

    This was a sweet book I wished it had been longer, but I loved it none the less.

  6. Doris Mahala Doris Mahala says:

    Fiona Haines is looking for a man who had embarrassed her on the most important day of her young life.Will she find him Will she recognize him What will she believe when she realizes who had brought her to his home Will things change for the better or the worst Will the Highlander repent of the error of his younger life Will Fiona fall in love with the young charge the Highlander has become responsible for What will Fiona, The Highlander, young girl make in the end Stand alone and another wond Fiona Haines is looking for a man who had embarrassed her on the most important day of her young life.Will she find him Will she recognize him What will she believe when she realizes who had brought her to his home Will things change for the better or the worst Will the Highlander repent of the error of his younger life Will Fiona fall in love with the young charge the Highlander has become responsible for What will Fiona, The Highlander, young girl make in the end Stand alone and another wonderful story by Julie London

  7. Jude Jude says:

    I like a story where the h h gets to spend time together away from the limelight and get to know each other and have an adventure together There s a twist in this one won t go into details but they had time to really get to know the personality of each other and it was enjoyable.

  8. Judith Sherrod Judith Sherrod says:

    MovingMost people would be reluctant to have other people stare at them if they were badly burned, especially a part of their face Fiona, however, was not put off by the scarring She saw past the injury to the man underneath..

  9. Debbie Dodd Debbie Dodd says:

    I enjoyed reading.

  10. Joan Joan says:

    Great fun read

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