Loki Loki Grant s first memories are of living in a crate behind an inn in Ayr struggling to survive Clan Grant saved him from his lonely existence and took him in as one of their own But though the Highl

  • Title: Loki
  • Author: Keira Montclair
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Loki Grant s first memories are of living in a crate behind an inn in Ayr, struggling to survive Clan Grant saved him from his lonely existence and took him in as one of their own But though the Highlands have become his home and he loves his adopted parents, Brodie and Celestina, Loki feels lost Part of him is still that scrappy wee lad who relied on his wits to surviLoki Grant s first memories are of living in a crate behind an inn in Ayr, struggling to survive Clan Grant saved him from his lonely existence and took him in as one of their own But though the Highlands have become his home and he loves his adopted parents, Brodie and Celestina, Loki feels lost Part of him is still that scrappy wee lad who relied on his wits to survive the streets, and he is not sure he belongs The feistiest and most beautiful lass in the clan, Arabella, steals his heart, but when her father resists the match because Loki is not of clan blood, Loki decides to confront his past He wishes to satisfy Bella s father by discovering his parentage, but he also hopes his quest will help him understand his purpose.As far as Arabella is concerned, Loki Grant is the wiliest, brawest, and most handsome warrior in existence She is determined to have him as her husband regardless of what her father thinks So when Loki s search for his sire leads him into trouble, she rushes headlong after him.Together, Loki and Arabella must discover the dark secrets of Loki s origins, for only by confronting the past can they hope for a bright future together.

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    1. I'll be brief. This book is not good. Not good at all. The blurb is intriguing, but the story itself is so dumb it's hard to even wrap your head around it.Both leads are incredibly childish and make unbelievably stupid decisions. They go from deciding one thing to deciding another in a page. But not talking themselves around, just almost like the author lost her train of thought and went off in a totally different direction.A total waste of my time. Pages and pages of nonsense. And it's not bec [...]

    2. REDEEMED!I was on the verge of making this my last read by this author since the last few in the Grant Clan series were so dissappointing. I am so glad this one turned out better.This is the first of what appears to be a branch off of the Clan Grant Series. Although it can probably be a stand alone, I think it's more fulfilling if you have read the Grant Series first.This was written a bit differently with the H & h having already established their love for each other. I do miss the courting [...]

    3. Immature hero! (audible review) Okay, I was so glad when this book ended. The hero Loki was way too immature and annoying. The heroine had a couple of TSTL (to stupid to like) moments. The story line and plot were just okay. Nothing great. I like my hero's strong and confident. This hero was not.This was a struggle to get through. Sigh. As for the narration. Not that great. He made the hero even sound immature. But I guess you could call that good since the character himself was. Glad this was a [...]

    4. So I find the Grants addictive. If I didn't I doubt I would have returned to this world after the way the Clan Grant series ended, but there is something appealing about these characters she's createdyway.Loki is of course a favorite. He's always been the plucky little kid that was sneaky but helpful in every book he's been in. Unfortunately clever little Loki grew up to be a bit of an insecure push over/dumb-dumb.So he's in love with Arabella, who brings NOTHING to the table by the way, but her [...]

    5. I REALLY enjoyed listening to this book. Loki was a favorite of mine on previous books (except when he says "Missy Angel" lol). Bella was AMAZING, so very likable and strong. I enjoyed the twists and turns of this book and the ending scene with Torrian has me like WTH is going on. It was also really nice to catch up with most of the clans. Besides Logan and Gwn's story, this one of probably my favorite from this author. I recommend this one but I also recommend you read her Clan Grant series fir [...]

    6. Loving storyKaren write such beautiful stories of Scottish love and life doing Highland times. I wish this was drafted to television so we can see this over and over and over

    7. Loki Grant is the adopted son of the laird's brother. He loves Arabella, but her father will not approve of their union because Loki is not a true Grant. Loki's uncle could sanction the match without Arabella's father's approval, but Loki doesn't want his love's father to be forced to accept him. He wants to earn the man's respect. He tries to find his birth parents, hoping he is of noble birth. Like another character in this series, he considers pursuing a career as a spy for the king. (view sp [...]

    8. I don't know how many times I wanted to stop reading this train wreck of a novel. I kept going because I have some stupid determination to finish every book I read this year. If I had a physical copy instead of listening to the audio (which was another disaster) I would have thrown it at the wall multiple times. 1) The only thing in this book set in the 1280s are the names, well the name of the king at least. Everything else is very Victorian, from the clans, to the clothes, to the "technology", [...]

    9. Loki Grant a very young street urchin abandon by his real parents and left to live in a crate outside a Inn in Ayrs. Loki has been adopted by Brodie and his wife Celestina Grant. Brodie is the brother to the Powerful Laird of Clan Grant. Loki never feels excepted by some of the other lads and lassie of Clan Grant even though his family readily excepts him and treats him love and kindness. One young girl Arabella who live in the Keep kisses him and promises to love him always. As the grow old eno [...]

    10. Loki is the first book in the The Highland Clan series by Keria Montclair, however it is related to previous books and series by the author. Readers that have read the authors other books will already have some character knowledge for our hero, but newcomers will be able to fully enjoy this series opener, but just might want to go back and read the other books out of curiosity if they love the style and characters- so fair warning there.Loki Grant’s first memories are of living in a crate behi [...]

    11. I have issues with the angst that Loki has been lugging on his shoulder ever since the Grants found and adopted him. I get that he has to find out about his true parentage (almost every adopted child have that in common) but to feel unworthy, inadequate and insecure, despite his advantages, is just too much to process. Too defeatist, for me. Instead of celebrating his Gifts, he turns into a Mouse? Not a very good character arc. The characters are too incredible to be relatable and real. I am jus [...]

    12. Jake finds Aline beaten and bruised, thrown away to die. He brings her to his mother, Maddie, who had also lived through the mistreatment Aline is going through.Jake can't stay away from Aline, falling for her and wanting to marry her. Their story is twisted and it doesn't seem like they will ever get to be happy. Book 4 of the Grant clan series. I also have the audiobook, Paul Woodson has the yummiest voice and brings the characters to life. wonderful narrator.

    13. Oh loki Kindle Unlimited PurchaseWhen I first started the CLAN GRANT series and was introduced to Lucky Loki I fel madly in love with him I enjoy reading a series that follows a group of characters during the series and then continues with the children It's great to see how it ALL plays out It takes a talented author to be able to write a series like this to keep the readers coming back for more.

    14. ReviewThis book was very readable, interesting story line, likeable characters, sweet romance, steamy sex, and some good action scenes to go along with it.

    15. I loved this book. The time travel aspect is what had me wanting to read this book. I loved everything about it. The drama, the passion, the intrigue.

    16. Amazing I just love this family. I can never get enough of Keira Montclair’s writing. I’m hooked on her books. Can’t wait to read more from her

    17. This was a fun, fast paced book with enough suspense to keep it interesting. Love the language, look forward to reading more from this author.

    18. This book ended up being much better than I thought it would be. I almost quit after the first few chapters. Sure glad I kept reading.

    19. It would have been way better if all he has done was not proving himself to her father. Therefore self doubt issue didnt make this book more interesting.

    20. Keira Montclair does it again with another spinoff from her beloved The Clan Grant series this is the start of of another spectacular series in her new The Highland Clan series and what wonderful start in my opinion as I absolutely loved it! I honestly couldn't put it down and read in one sitting! Scotland, 1280This is from the beloved orphan Loki reader of book #3 Love Letters from Largs, Brodie and Celestina story and how readers first fell in love with the orphan who had lived in a crate. Thi [...]

    21. Another fabulous Highlander story Keira Montclair! In this first book in a new series by bestselling author Keira Montclair, we catch up with one of her most beloved characters from the Clan Grant Series. This book can be read as a standalone, or as a fascinating follow-up to Love Letters From Largs - the novel where readers first met the irrepressible Loki.Loki Grant is a fierce warrior Blessed with a loving family and a woman who stole his heart when they were just youngsters. For all that he [...]

    22. A good story with totally likeable main characters. Loki and Arabellea met young and Arabella knew what she wanted right away. She verbally claimed him at that first meeting and she got his attention as well. Too bad that they had to go through so much in order for him to see that he had true value, all on his own. Of course, without that challenge it sure would have shortened the story a lot. The need to know his past, know who his "real" parents were and prove his worth was a driving part of t [...]

    23. Loki Grant's earliest childhood memories are of living in a crate behind a tavern, struggling to survive. Although adopted into Clan Grant, Loki has always sought a sense of true belonging he feels will remain just out of his grasp as long as his true parentage remains in question. Worse, Loki has found the love of his life, Arabella, however, her father refuses to consider Loki's suit for her hand, despite Arabella's wishes, because he doesn't deem Loki of "true Grant blood" even though the Gra [...]

    24. Loki by Keira MontclairThe Highland Clan Series Book OneLoki Grant was starting to feel restless and not sure where he belonged. He had been taken off the streets as a young lad of five or six summers and adopted into the Grant clan. He had helped the Grants way back when but now, fifteen years later, what had he done to help them? And without knowing his sire and his bloodlineshe was refused the love of his life.Arabella Lewis had known for a long time that she would always love Loki Grant and [...]

    25. Although you can tell this book has characters from another series , it still was a good book for me even if hadn't read any other books connected. The characters were interesting and the author did a good job of bringing them to life. Loki was found living in a crate as a child behind an inn in Ayr. He is rescued and adopted by Brodie Grant adopted into Clan Grant. He has no memories of himself prior to that. He as an adult has been searching for his biological parents to see where he came from [...]

    26. I won a copy of this book in a giveaway.I thought this was an okay book. It read easily and had a sincere touching plot. However, it didn't really seem to grab me. The family relationships were exceedingly complicated good thing there was a page in the front listing all the relationships since I found myself referring to it many times. Loki (the male main character) and Bella (his counterpart) got into serious trouble several times and then found themselves getting out of it rather easily. The [...]

    27. This story dumps the reader more or less straight into Loki's story and although this is - apparently- the 'first' book, it appears that Loki has been a major character in a different series of stories (from what I could garner from other reviews). As a result there are several backstories, old plots, characters etc, who are simply dropped into the story without explanation. There were numerous references to Loki saving someone, to his past as an abused child and his rescue, but to be honest, as [...]

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