Book Reviews of Highland Wolf

Highland Wolf
Highland Wolf
Author: Hannah Howell
ISBN-13: 9780739491560
ISBN-10: 0739491563
Publication Date: 2008
Pages: 348
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 2
Enjoyablable book. Not as suspenseful as some of Howell's books, but still worth the time to read.
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Helpful Score: 1
This was my first Hannah Howell book. I loved it! A great romance with action & intrigue interwoven. A great read. I look forward to picking up some more Howell books.
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Hannah Howell is one of my favorite author.

I this book alot and I couldn't put it down.
It the return to the breaktaking Scottish Highlands with the unforgettable Murray clan and the stunning Annora MacKay who cannot resist the desire an alluring stranger offers.....
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Another great Highland love story
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quick easy read with an interesting storyline and with likable, courageous characters.
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Not her best work. By the last 1/3rd of the book I was skimming it just to finish.
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Another great read in the Highlander series. I like that you can read just one if you want and start anywhere in the series.
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good read. lovable characters.
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New York Times bestselling author Hannah Howell returns to the breathtaking Scottish Highlands with the unforgettable Murray clan and the stunning Annora MacKay, who cannot resist the desire an alluring stranger offers . . .
Annora MacKay senses a disturbing evil in Dunncraig Keep, the estate acquired by her cousin, a cruel and ruthless man. Only her affection for the tiny girl he claims is his daughter stops her from fleeing. Then a mysterious woodcarver arrives at the castle, and she cannot stop thinking - or longing - for him . . .
James Drummond, once a laird now an outcast, wants what was stolen from him - his good name, his lands, and his child. His disguise for getting into Dunncraig is step one of his plan, but the enticing raven-haired woman who cares for his daughter is an unwelcome surprise. For he has come seeking justice, not love . . .