Unwilling He should never have kissed her Laird Connor MacLauchlan doesn t want a wife but he finds his Berserker mate in the heat of battle Though he fears for her safety from the darkness that lurks inside h

  • Title: Unwilling
  • Author: Kerrigan Byrne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 236
  • Format: ebook
  • He should never have kissed her Laird Connor MacLauchlan doesn t want a wife, but he finds his Berserker mate in the heat of battle Though he fears for her safety from the darkness that lurks inside him, fate dictates he must take her and make her his She was meant to be his enemy s bride Born to a Ross mother and a Stewart father, Lindsay has been sold to the hiHe should never have kissed her Laird Connor MacLauchlan doesn t want a wife, but he finds his Berserker mate in the heat of battle Though he fears for her safety from the darkness that lurks inside him, fate dictates he must take her and make her his She was meant to be his enemy s bride Born to a Ross mother and a Stewart father, Lindsay has been sold to the highest bidder On her way to meet her vile betrothed, a savage and mythic warrior slaughters her entire vanguard Now she s his captive and he seems determined to claim her body for his own Connor promises to keep her safe from the evil warlord she was to marry, but who will protect her from him

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    1. 3.5 rounded to 4.As I said on my previous review for Unspoken: you do not have to trust me, just trust Kerrigan Byrne. This is flash fiction because you can read it in a flasha quick read, short story, novella. That being said do not expect something ocean deep. Do not expect that the feelings will be nurtured and strenghten by earth, wind, and fire. This is my third read of the author's pnr genre and this time she did not immediately stick to the you-are-my-mate-so-i-love-you that is omnipresen [...]

    2. Enjoyed the second installment in The MacLauchlans series. Not as much as the first, but still good. The heroine was a bit annoying and fought her feelings. The hero was a bit hard to get to know and not as likable as his brother. But overall still an enjoyable read.Safety Gang safe

    3. Unwilling is very different from Unspoken in a lot of ways, but still remains to be a great series. Unwilling focuses on Connor, Rodericks older brother and Laird to their clan. Connor and Roderick reside on different ends of the spectrum, where Connor is serious an harsher in manner, Roderick is relaxed and kinder. It's finally Connors turn to find a wife, even though he's never wanted one before, hell he tries to avoid women in general. He just doesn't trust himself around them, he fears he'll [...]

    4. Lindsay was promised to another when she becomes the prisoner to a ruthless Berserker killer who claimed her in the midst of a battle. She refuses to acknowledge her feelings for him, keeping to herself and keeping him at bay. But how long can she stay away from the devilish, rogue charm, and when his life is laid in her hands, what will she be willing to risk to save her captor? ----This short story was my first introduction to the "men in kilts" genre that seems to be trending lately. Upon rea [...]

    5. There was a lot more dialogue in this book compared to the first, yet it lacked some the feeling you got between Roderick and Evelyn. Conner could speak, which didn’t necessarily work in his favor since he seemed to put his foot in it quite often! He didn’t quite know how to deal with Lindsey, but eventually he found his way. It was quite amusing to watch him mess up so badly. Despite his obvious lack of wooing skills you could still tell he cared about his mate. Lindsey was full of fire and [...]

    6. After reading the first novella, Unspoken, I could not wait for Unwilling. The author had told me this book was different from Unspoken, a little less erotic and a little more fighting. Even with those changes, I loved this book as much as the first. And if I had to choose a favorite, I would choose this one. Maybe it’s because I just finished it, I don’t know, but I do know I enjoyed the story she told. This book definitely got in with the action. Immediately you’re hooked with the fighti [...]

    7. Connor the Laird of the MacLaughlans has been hired to take care of the traitor of the McKays. Lindsay Ross has been promised to the traitor Angus McKay and she is not happy about it. In the end she has no choice. She really annoyed me but I think it was more to the fact that she was so relgious but that is my own personal problem. While travelling to her betrothed. Her and her guards from the McKays are attacked by Connor and so the fun begins. Of course there is the HEA that everyone is waitin [...]

    8. Second in seriesAnother great novella by this author. Set in 1400's bringing the mythology of beserkers and the great 'bodice ripper' together. Fantastic. I just wish they were full length and not novellas 😂😂😂

    9. My review contains spoilers and they're are mostly my thoughts as I went with the bookAh, yes! Another winner from Kerrigan! Unwilling is the second installment in Highland Historical series with another sexy berserker hero and a spirited heroine. What can I say? Loved it? Well, of course I did! Connor was my dream come true berserker with a name that never fails to make me w erm, uh, shiver. *heehee*Connor is the laird of the MacLauchlans, and elder brother to Roderick, hero of Unspoken (book 1 [...]

    10. In the past people believed in myths as reality so Laird Connor MacLauchlan is a Berserker and there is magic in Scotland before modern times. He is out to kill a terrible lord that is plaguing the countryside and happens to be betrothed to Lady Lindsay Ross the niece to the Regent of Scotland. Conner meets her in the midst of a killing rage and immediately acknowledges her as his mate.This is a cute story and I really liked that Lindsay gets to choose when to accept Conner as a mate/husband and [...]

    11. This had beautifully descriptive scenes - personally loved the carriage attack descriptions (the mist and the smells and sounds of the fight). This also has some of the hottest carriage sexy times I've read. Now, I did have a bit of a hard time with the heroine and liking her. The story also dragged for me in certain areas and were too rushed in others. The whole rescue of the Hero was a bit - I don't know - unfulfilling for me.It was an okay read.

    12. ConnorYUM!LOVE his character and well, everything else about him. The heroine is ok, not great, not horrible. But she added something to this story that other Highland stories don't have. She made it different and more interesting. I look forward to more from this author. Actually, I'm going to look into the next book of the series right now

    13. Who forgot to point these books out to me? I'm holding you responsible for me falling across them and devouring.

    14. Better than the first. Loved both couples but there was a better connection with this second book. Somewhat continued storyline, character development builds which allows with a short story the reader to connect with the characters and story. Definitely read in order, no cliffhanger, HEA, no epilogue, short but entertaining read.

    15. While not as good as the first book in this series, still a wonderful romance with a side of beserker. On my opinion, it differs a bit from being too long. Can you believe that?

    16. I read this book once before but had to re-read to review it. I have a much better appreciation for it this time around than I did with the first. I don't remember why I deleted it but I'm glad I read it again. I loved it just as much as the first and think that people aren't appreciating this book for what it is. Again, this is a novella people. Short and sweet. That's it. I personally think the author accomplished what she wanted to get across to the reader and probably enjoyed it a tiny tiny [...]

    17. Book Review- Unwilling by Kerrrigan ByrneIn this second Highland Historical Novella, Connor MacLauchlan has been hired by Rory MacKay to kill his brother Angus. An extreme measure needs to be done in order to save the MacKay clan.Unfortunately Angus is not with the coach and men traveling to MacKay land. Connor dispenses with the men easily but comes face to face with Lindsey, Angus’ intended. His Berserker doesn’t kill her but claims her. Connor is livid. He doesn’t want a mate. Nothing i [...]

    18. OMG Berserkers! An Incredible story, fast-paced, action-packed, filled with sexy berserkers! One thing must be say: there aren't enough berserkers storiesWhere were you all this time Kerrigan Byrne? Thanks to you for this (maybe short, but Oh!), so good story! I fell in love with Conner just by reading the blurb! This totally my kind of read and I did it in one shot, just to be sure how good it would be until the end :PI loved Conner's personality and the fact that he cares so much for Lindsay t [...]

    19. This review will be posted at romantichistoricallovers.wordp on October 4, 2012.Connor was supposed to kill the tyrannical laird MacKay in order to free those people from tyranny and fear. Instead he ended up finding his mate in Lindsay Ross. Connor never wanted a mate, but his berserker claimed Lindsay the instant he saw her. Now he just has to convince her to accept him.Lindsay is a formidable heroine. She refuses to simply accept her fate and decides to orchestrate her own outcome. She’s st [...]

    20. Highlanders, Berserkers and Love! Lindsay is betrothed to an awful man, but it is her duty to obey her father and so she is traveling to him. A deep fog engulfs her coach and she begins to hear sounds of men screaming their last breath before death. Her curiosity gets the better of her and she leans out the small window in the door of the coach only to see an axe come down upon one of her escorts heads which splits it and sprays her with blood and other bits of gore. All of a sudden, things go q [...]

    21. One word sums this up AWESOME.Without a doubt of the best modern writing I have come across in some time.Smoothly written with a flowing plot the plot is a little formulaic across the series, but nonetheless it didn't detract at all from the overall experience. I can't actually remember seeing any spelling, editorial or grammatical errors, but remain fairly unnoticed amongst the whole entity of this creation.If you find the time to read anything this year, make it this. Even though it's not av [...]

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