Destiny's Denial

Destiny s Denial Caitlin Seavey relives the same nightmare every night for three years Then one day the dream seeps into reality when an ethereal Scotsman visits Horrified she confides in her grandmother who then gi

  • Title: Destiny's Denial
  • Author: Sky Purington
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Caitlin Seavey relives the same nightmare every night for three years Then one day, the dream seeps into reality when an ethereal Scotsman visits Horrified, she confides in her grandmother who then gives her a two hundred year old novel titled Fate s Monolith It tells the tale of her distant relative s journey to medieval Scotland and can only be a myth When Caitlin diCaitlin Seavey relives the same nightmare every night for three years Then one day, the dream seeps into reality when an ethereal Scotsman visits Horrified, she confides in her grandmother who then gives her a two hundred year old novel titled Fate s Monolith It tells the tale of her distant relative s journey to medieval Scotland and can only be a myth When Caitlin discovers a family heirloom in the attic she soon learns the book is based on truth.Chieftain Ferchar MacLomain found what he was looking for Caitlin He should have left her alone For to bring her to Cowal will spell disaster a foreseen threat to himself, his clan, and Caitlin As a visionary, it s his obligation to protect her As a man, he s determined to ignore his heart Can he thwart his destiny Or will he forever be a slave to the gods of old.This novel contains strong sexual content and is recommended for a mature audience If you like romance AND time travel you will love this book The sexual tension snaps and vibrates through the entire story Caitlin manipulates her 21st century womanhood in such a way that at one time she has three Scottish chieftains after her I loved the language, I loved the men, I loved the descriptions of a Scotland that I have never seenDid I mention I read this story twice LASR The King s Druidess is the lead in tale to The MacLomain Series While The King s Druidess is a short Celtic story, Fate s Monolith The MacLomain Series Book 1 , Destiny s Denial The MacLomain Series Book 2 and Sylvan Mist The MacLomain Series Book 3 are full length novels In memory of Sky s beloved father, marketing manager and best friend, all will continue to remain at a reasonable price He would have expected nothing less There is so much packed into Destiny s Denial the story is gripping I couldn t put it down until I finished the last page but don t take my word for it, you really need to read these books If you have the slightest interest in time travel, Scotland or magic you will be pulled into this story hook, line and sinker Simply Romance Reviews Beautifully put together, the images that Sky Purington leaves you with will have you wishing that you were of the Broun clan and that your own MacLomain would pull you back through time to be with him yourself Take some time during this hot summer to cool down in beautiful Scotland and see just what will have you wishing you could find such a destiny of your own Dianna NOR Please NOTE This is a re launch of titles published years ago The stories have been revised and tightened And as aforementioned, the sensual heat level for all four has been turned way up.JUST RELEASED Highland Defiance and Highland Persuasion, the first of many tales from The MacLomain Series Early Years Available NOW Follow some of the characters from The MacLomain Series in the new Calum s Curse Series Book One The Victorian Lure, Book Two The Georgian Embrace, Book Three The Tudor Revival.

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    1. I will admit when I am wrong. I started this book and lost interest about 20% in. Why? I thought it was not going to deliver the brogue, kilts, and magic. The previous book was short on both. Not the case here. I loved everything about this one. I picked it up a few days ago and was hooked.The hero and heroine were perfect for one another. Their love story was not simple and it was not assured to end happily. I felt the magic was better clarified so the time travel made more sense. I also liked [...]

    2. This was the second in the series and again, it wasn't a bad book. My biggest complaint is the climax is great and then the resolution of the story seems to take forever.

    3. So good. Totally enjoyed this one and it's probably my favorite of the series. The last few chapters really got me in the feels. Caitlin and Ferchar were my favorite couple so far. Ferchar was most definitely book-boyfriend material. I got a little choked up with Adlin and Mildred. Anyway, I think I'll jump right into the next book in the series, because I can appreciate the stories more when I read them back to back.

    4. This is the story of Caitlin, and Ferchar . He is the Chief of the Mac Lomain clan, and she is from the future.I loved this one. It had mystery, and romance, heartache, and touch of magic used to go back ,and forth between time. She arrives in his time period in Scotland before the Bruce is born with her brother, and a boy working on her lawn. She has been having nightmares for three years about a lady looking her child, and a handsome highlander trying to find him ,with no luck. It seems this i [...]

    5. This is my first exposure to Sky Purington and I was curious about this book based on the reviews I read. I have to say I was interested right from the start. It drew me in and I wanted to know what happened, so it was a hard book to put down.Lot's of things occurred in this book that you wouldn't find elsewhere. It was a little surprising, yet very refreshing. It took the predictability out of the read and added more of a mystery, and to me, that translates as enjoyment.Overall, I liked the boo [...]

    6. I disliked almost this entire book. The relationship between H & h was not compelling at all. They were either angry at each other, pointedly 'ignoring' one another or having sex. There was nothing there that made me care about them. And once again - as with book #1 - the magic stuff was kind of hurled around Helter skelter with no real anchor to hold onto. It felt out of my reach the entire time so I lost interest in it. Also, the way information is doled out in miserly, tiny, painful piece [...]

    7. Having found the prologue to the series, and Book 1, a bit confusing I'm glad to say I enjoyed this second of the series much more. Now more used to Sky Purington's style of writing, and to the whole concept of the time travel of the trilogy, I launched into this one and didn't want to put it down. I really had to find out what the hero, Ferchar, was going to do next. For me he's a love him or hate him sort of guy. Caitlin is a very determined young lady-again you really like her or you find her [...]

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