Paula Quinn is a gifted writer with the ability to bring the Scottish Highlands of the ‘s to life. I fell in love with her characters, the mighty warrior Callum (AKA. Laird of the Mist (MacGregors, book 1) by Paula Quinn – book cover, description, publication history. They call him The Devil but his kiss is Heaven! LAIRD OF THE MIST is the first book in a brand new sexy and unforgettable Scottish medieval romance series.

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I love authors writing style and look forward to reading more of her books! There were mis surprising moments that made me laugh several times, something I wasn’t expecting but appreciated it all the more. Is laird of the mist on my kindle?. Difficult Women by Roxane Gay. But noooooo, why should I have the pleasure of reading a great book? He is intelligent and funny without being overly dour — a model for aspiring tortured heroes.

When raiders strike, she rushes into the fray Callum MacGregor, the man they call The Devil. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: I just didn’t nist the actions matched the situation at times. Kate Campbell is not only beautiful but can handle a sword better than some men. The Devil of the Highlands I really appreciate that Paula Quinn made the heroine overcome her prejudice sooner than later.

I highly recommend it. Callum MacGregor, the man they call The Devil. She’s described gruesome deaths and awful tortures. Great read, I’d been wanting to read this book for ever, I am glad I finally did, because it will be one that I won’t soon forget.


Callum kidnaps her, using her as a pawn to draw out her uncle and force him into brutal combat to atone for his sins. Callum is a truly tortured Hero and Kate his perfect heroine. Sphere After the End Clare Mackintosh. Trivia About Laird of the Mist So many books and all that. A warrior heroine, a muscular, alpha scot with a tortured past and delicious men in side roles.

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I reduced a half a star because there was little emotional turmoil within the conflict. The Highlander’s Bride Trouble. But I feel that the story could have done without that particular piece of information.

A little too much of cuteness maybe? They are at the stockman’s grave, a landmark so old that no one can remember who is buried there. It was beautiful, it was exactly what I looked for in a romance.

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From the Place in the Valley Deep in the Forest. They I think this is a typical, rather cheesy Scottish romance story with a very tough hero laird and a damsel in distress from a enemy clan.

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We meet Kate Campbell in the opening scene wielding a sword and battle ax against a midt while she trains alongside her clansman. Yet she cannot ignore his achingly tender touch or the way his fiery gaze leaves her breathless. Callum has reason to hate the Campbells but this is one he has a hard time hating. Two brothers meet at the remote border of their vast cattle properties under the unrelenting sun th the outback.

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This book was lovely and very enjoyable. As his fingers graze her sumptuous curves and tangle in her unruly tresses, Callum realises Kate Campbell is his most dangerous foe of all.

Laird of the Mist (MacGregors, book 1) by Paula Quinn

On the Way to the Wedding with 2nd Epilogue. She’d noticed how he gazed upon her with lustful eyes. Can the little family possibly find comfort and joy? There is strong dose of conflict, as any good romance should te. It’s only when she meets Tom, a furniture restorer who comes to the castle to help repair some antique furniture, that Amelia realises she might get the fairy-tale ending that she and Charlie truly deserve But when I tried rereading it a qulnn of years ago, I hated the heroine right from the beginning.

And made me giggle.