Book Reviews of The Eternal Highlander: Nightriders / The Highland Bride

The Eternal Highlander: Nightriders / The Highland Bride
The Eternal Highlander Nightriders / The Highland Bride
Author: Hannah Howell, Lynsay Sands
PBS Market Price: $7.39 or $3.49+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780821777206
ISBN-10: 0821777203
Publication Date: 8/30/2005
Pages: 319
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 168 ratings
Publisher: Kensington
Book Type: Paperback
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this was a well put together book that i have re-read. i enjoyed it
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very good
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I love this book and it introduce me to 2 new authors that are on my must read list.
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Typical highlander love story but really a pretty good read. It was a good book for a quick night of reading. I have enjoyed this series.
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The 1st story by Hannah Howell was great it drew me in and kept me reading and wanting more but when I got to the second story by Lynsay Sands, whose historical novels I dearly love, I felt let down. There was none of the humor that I look for in her stories and the the writing was just bland. Oh well I guess you can't like them all :o) For this reason this book only got 3 stars from me.
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I enjoyed this book. First time I have ever read Hannah Howell, but I love Lynsay Sands books so far. I enjoyed both stories in this book, the characters were very well written and were ones that you fall in love with.
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I thought it was a pretty good read. Sometimes it felt a little forced, but I liked it very well overall. Both of the stories beginings seemed a little slow, but once you got into them it was a gripping read.
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Nightriders
I was a little worried if I would like this book, because the first story started out a little slow, which is sometimes not a good thing for a short story. Luckily, it picked up after only a few pages before I decided that it may not be worth my time reading and was thinking of just putting it down and not finishing it. I ended up really liking this story so I was glad I stuck with it since it was an enjoyable read even though some of the nastier characters were a little over-the-top.

The Highland Bride
After reading the first story, this one was easy to get into the groove of because it picks up with a laird who is a friend of one of the characters in the first story. I found it to be a well-done job on the connection of both stories because even though they are written by two different authors, the writing styles were so similar you aren't distracted by a story that doesn't flow in the same manner. Overall, great read.
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This book has 2 stories. Once you start reading it it's very hard to put down. Very good book!
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Cathal MacNachton and Connall MacAdie are cousins bound by far more than blood ties and the rugged Highland landscape their clan calls home. The ancient curse of their ancestry has fated them to live by night with an unquenchable thirst that neither can tame. The only thing that can save their souls is marriage to Outsiders-mortals whose untainted blood will weaken the curse in their childern and break the chains of fear that have made their clan a breed apart.
Bridget Callan and Eva Caxton are the women who will shape the clans destiny. Marriage to these strange and mysterious men will rescue each of them from desprate circumstances-and draw them into a web of danger, desire, and intrigue.
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surprised me how good the stories were
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Two novels in one book. First by Hannah Howell, second related story by Lynsay Sands. I enjoyed both.
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Writing together for the first time, national bestselling authors Hannah Howell and Lynsay Sands present the darkly passionate story of two men sworn to conquer the hunger that pounds in their bloodand the women who may be their only salvation


When Darkness Falls
Cathal MacNachton and Connall MacAdie are cousins bound by far more than blood ties and the rugged Highland landscape their clan calls home. The ancient curse of their ancestry has fated them to live by night with an unquenchable thirst that neither can tame. The only thing that can save their souls is marriage to Outsidersmortals whose untainted blood will weaken the curse in their children, and break the chains of fear that have made their clan a breed apart.

Bridget Callan and Eva Caxton are the women who will shape the clans destiny. Marriage to these strange and mysterious men rescues each of them from desperate circumstancesand draws them into a web of danger, desire, and intrigue.

But Eva and Bridget refuse to be pawns in the battle that erupts as the future of the cursed clan hangs in the balancea war that must be fought after the sun sets over the deep, still lochs. Whatever the outcome, theyll stand strong by their brooding warrior lairds, willing and able to face down their enemiesand fulfill their desire for eternal love
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A great read! 2 historical paranormal stories by Hannah Howell and Lynsay Sands.
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I found the first story by Hanna Howell in the two-story book to be a bit predictable, but fun. There seemed to be more excuses for sex than real story development, but I know some people like that in a romance (nothing real graphic, just the usual romance-type hotness). I liked the second story more, which is by Lynsay Sands. It flowed very well and although predictable to a degree, it fit the heroine perfectly. Although one of the blurbs on the back calls it these stories 'vampire romances,' and the word vampire is even used in the second story, it seems to be more of a gimmick to sell the books than tell the stories. ALthough related to the family in the second story, the 'paranormal creatures' in the first story just do not seem like vampires at all. Still, the stories are entertaining and I'd recommend this book for light reading.
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Two authors, both with lots of other books, wasted my time putting together this one book. I found the stories boring, because both of the women characters, well they were just lacking. Read it, then put it up for a trade. not a keeper.
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Cathal MacNachton & Connall MacAdie are cousins bound by far more than blood ties & the Highland landscape their clan calls home. The ancient curse of their ancestry has fated them to live by night with an unquenchable thirst that neither can tame. The only thing that can save their souls is marriage to Outsideers - mortals whose untainted blood with weaken the curse in their children. Bridget Callan & Eva Caxton are the women who will shape the clan's destiny.
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The short stories were wonderfully thought. A quick enjoyable read.