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1. A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Outlander)
$7.99
2. Voyager
$7.99
3. Dragonfly in Amber
$7.99
4. Drums of Autumn
$3.99
5. Outlander
$19.14
6. The Outlandish Companion
$6.99
7. The Dark Highlander
$6.99
8. Kiss of the Highlander
$6.99
9. The Highlander's Touch
$6.99
10. Spell of the Highlander
$6.99
11. Beyond the Highland Mist
$10.20
12. The Fiery Cross
$7.99
13. Dance Through Time (Time Passages
$7.50
14. Touch of Enchantment
$7.99
15. Veils of Time
$6.99
16. Tempting the Highlander
$7.50
17. Breath of Magic
$6.99
18. Only With a Highlander
$7.99
19. Until Forever
$4.99
20. The Last Cavalier

1. A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Outlander)
by Delta
Paperback (29 August, 2006)
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Isbn: 0385340397
Sales Rank: 550
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars How on earth does DG continue to write such a great saga?!
ABOSAA is a very richly woven saga that was an enjoyable read from page 1 all the way through page 979. I continue to be in awe of DG's ability to write so much detail and to portray characters that are so believable. The Outlander series isone that I can immerse myself in and actually feel as if I am walking in Claire's shoes. Description is so authentic that you can almost "smell" what she is describing. Just when you believe a scene is too intense or disturbing, DG breaks up that emotion shortly after with something so witty that you laugh out loud! There are very few authors that can do that.
5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic
Oh my God!!!I had trouble putting it down!!!When does the next book come out??I want to know if Brianna and Roger come back??Or do Jamie and Claire go back to the future???

4-0 out of 5 stars yet another guilty pleasure from Gabaldon
Although its quite an undertaking at nearly 1000 pages, "A Breath of Snow and Ashes" is a must-read for Jamie & Claire fans. They're back and in perfect form...with all the requisite tender love, devotion and sacrifice of previous Gabaldon tomes. In Jamie and Claire Fraser, the author has created two of the most clearly defined and memorable characters in current fiction. Gabaldon really shines in her ability to convey emotion so vividly that the reader can't help but become deeply invested in the series, despite its faults. Like all the Outlander books, the dialogue here fairly crackles off the page with wit, humor and visceral feeling. The author's trademark overstuffed cast of characters and extensively detailed descriptions of the minuteia of life (great for history buffs) is also present, but seems much more compelling in this novel in comparison to recent books. I must agree with other reviewers that the characters of Brianna and Roger have become decidedly lifelike and interesting in this novel, which was a pleasant surprise. One major problem is the author's rush to resolve storylines in the final chapters of the book. The ending seems to indicate that Gabaldon intends on continuing the series, so why give short shrift to such major plot points? Additionally, one question I'd have for the author is: Did women really get abducted so often back in the 1700's? Nary an Outlander book passes without Claire and/or Brianna getting abducted several times, just so that Jamie and/or Roger can ride heroically to their rescue. I believe these issues, along with the clear lack of editorial guidance during the making of this book, are simply symptoms of the author's ego, popularity and the hungry devotion of her fans to hearing anything at all about these characters. (And I am among those fans.) If you are picking this book up as a new reader, do yourself a favor and at least read "Outlander" first. Otherwise, your suspension of disbelief may not make it too far in this story. That being said, I consider "A Breath of Snow and Ashes" to be another enjoyable, yet guilty pleasure from Gabaldon because I simply cannot stop myself: I MUST know what happens next. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. 18th century    2. Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775    3. Fiction    4. Fiction - Romance    5. Historical - General    6. History    7. North Carolina    8. Revolution, 1775-1783    9. Romance - Historical    10. Romance - Time Travel    11. Fiction / General   


2. Voyager
Mass Market Paperback (01 October, 1994)
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Sales Rank: 1432
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars It's asmall world, ye ken ?
Having enjoyed Gabaldon's first two books in the series, I had to review this book to say how disappointing and boring this one was.
5-0 out of 5 stars Love her books
I love this whole series... my aunt talked me into trying it out, and I thought the plot of outlander sounded stupid, but lets put it this way I picked up outlander around christmas, and I have read the entire series up to this point AND am in law school, so I really dont have time to read, but I make time for these books!

5-0 out of 5 stars A voyage that will leave you wanting for more
Voyager is the third book in a six-book series by Diana Gabaldon.
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Subjects:  1. Romance - Time Travel    2. Fiction    3. Fiction - Romance    4. Romance - Historical    5. Romance - Time Travel    6. Romance: Historical    7. Fiction / General   


3. Dragonfly in Amber
Mass Market Paperback (02 November, 1993)
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Sales Rank: 1717
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Hot Damn!
I just finished Dragonfly in Amber last night. I have to admit, the length of the book (947 pages) made me somewhat apprehensive to reading it, but I told myself "You know, Courtney, you WANT to know what happens, and the rest of the series is a hell of a lot longer than this one!"
5-0 out of 5 stars Claire and Jamie Return
So I liked but didn't love 'Outlander'. Perhaps it was slight snobbery on my part for thinking it was a well written historical bodice ripper. That said, I started this with some reservations, many of them in regards to the length at nearly a thousand pages.
5-0 out of 5 stars Rich and Enthralling
Dragonfly in Amber is the second book in a six-book series by Diana Gabaldon.
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Subjects:  1. Romance - Time Travel    2. Fiction - Romance    3. Romance - Historical    4. Romance - Time Travel    5. Romance: Historical    6. Fiction / General   


4. Drums of Autumn
Mass Market Paperback (10 November, 1997)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Set in pre-Revolutionary War America, readers finally have the much awaited fourth book in what will probably become a six book series (The Outlander series). The talented Diana Gabaldon continues Claire and Jamie's romantic love affair, and introduces Brianna and Roger's story. Eight hundred pages, and several wonderful new characters later, we wonder why we were waiting for a conclusion. It'll be a long wait for book five, so I recommend you go back and reread Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Slow Start but good book
This book started very slow and did a lot of rambling with Brianna and Roger's relationship. Roger was a pretty uptight and too tightly strung most of the time but likeable. I found Brianna to be very immature and self centered.Rather dumb too in some respects concerning almost inviting herself to be raped.What did she think Bonnet was talking about in the tavern when it was apparent that he thought she was a prostitute?For a supposedly knowledgeable woman of the late 1960's she still goes on board his ship knowing how women were treated in the 1700's after months of research on that era.Pretty farfetched.Then she is entirely too keen on slapping, punching and generally thinking it is okay to tear into Roger, Ian or anyone else that crosses her including threatening blackmail to get her way with John Grey.This book does not put her in a very good light.She becomes more likeable and matures into an interesting woman in later books, thankfully, as she is an important character from this book forward.
5-0 out of 5 stars Drums of Autumn, Voyager Series
We love Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series.We have the 1st four on CD now.
3-0 out of 5 stars A Good Read
This book is the 4th installment in Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series.The stars of the series are Jamie and Claire Fraser, whose long, passionate love has transcended time and keeps readers coming back for more.
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Subjects:  1. Charleston (S.C.)    2. Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775    3. Fiction    4. Fiction - Romance    5. History    6. Romance - Historical    7. Romance - Time Travel    8. Romance: Historical    9. Fiction / General    10. Science fiction   


5. Outlander
Mass Market Paperback (26 July, 2005)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Addicting!
I had heard that this book was great, but just could not bring myself to buy a copy as it was in the "romance" section and I hate cheesy bodice-rippers. Plus, the synopsis sounded AWFUL -- a time-traveling heroine who touches a magic rock and thus must choose between men in different centuries?Gag.Then someone gave me a copy so I reluctantly cracked it open.It stayed open pretty much for the next forty-eight hours as I read it cover to cover.It's really not a romance novel at all;it is more of a historical adventure story that happens to involve a bit of time travel.And yes, there IS a love story, but it involves a tall, redheaded, kilt-wearing, claymore-wielding, blood-splattered Scottish Catholic virgin who is prone to terrible seasickness and frequently tries to wipe out his competition's distant ancestors, and an older, more experienced woman with impulse control issues and an understandable lack of patience with 18th century social mores.Anyway, my advice is to ignore the "romance" classification and give Outlander a try...then once you are sucked in, read "Dragonfly in Amber" which is the second in the series and even better than the original...then "Voyager" and so on and so on until your eyes fall out after the sixth hefty volume.

3-0 out of 5 stars Needs some cutting.
I read this book several years ago and just gave it another try.While I *love* the story itself (I've always been a sucker for time travel stories), I felt that there was a lot that could have been cut out to keep things moving.Too many times everything stopped while a character told some long story about something that had nothing to do with the plot.I understand that this was meant to add to characterization, but plenty of authors are able to create complex, realistic people without having to add pages and pages of exposition.As for the romance angle, well, it's the kind of romance that would have appealed to me as a teenager, but as a 30-something woman, it's feels a bit overwrought.
5-0 out of 5 stars Loved this book...
I loved this book. I laughed and cried. I will say there is some very disturbing sexual violence, but it is a very small section of a beautifully written book. I feel like I actually visited 18th century Scotland. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Fantasy fiction    2. Fiction    3. Fiction - Romance    4. General    5. Romance - Historical    6. Romance - Time Travel    7. Fiction / General   


6. The Outlandish Companion
by Delacorte Press
Hardcover (29 June, 1999)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars The Outlandish companion
It was not what I thought it would be after all. I am glad I read it though. It is heplful explaining about how the author came up with the ideas for her novels and etc.. It was also interesting to know what sort of research she did for the novels or series of novels. I loved the photos of the places she went to for the information re:the sights she referred to in the novels. That was also interesting. I was hoping for a continuation of the series that was why I was a little disappointed about the actual book with this title.
3-0 out of 5 stars Invaluable, but a bit over the top
As it has been years since I read the 4th book in Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series, I found The Outlandish Companion invaluable for synopses of the first 4 books.I also have made extensive use of the Scots-Gaelic "Dictionary" and the secondary character descriptions came in handy for refreshing my memory.I suppose some might find Jamie and Claire's horoscopes interesting or fun, but I thought that was a bit over the top.Still, for fans of her books, if like me, you get behind it's nice to have a reference.Ms. Gabaldon is an excellent researcher, so I suppose she can be forgiven if she gets a little carried away.

5-0 out of 5 stars SCOTLAND RULES!
I adore the "OUTLANDER" series and this companion book just makes this series that much sweeter!Long live Jamie & Claire!!!! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. 20th Century American Novel And Short Story    2. American - General    3. Authorship    4. Books and reading    5. Fraser, Jamie (Fictitious char    6. Fraser, Jamie (Fictitious character)    7. Gabaldon, Diana    8. Historical fiction    9. Literary Criticism    10. Literature - Classics / Criticism    11. Randall, Claire (Fictitious ch    12. Randall, Claire (Fictitious character)    13. Reference    14. English    15. Fiction / General    16. Novels, other prose & writers: from c 1900 -    17. Trivia & quiz question books    18. USA    19. Fiction    20. Popular American Fiction    21. Romance - Time Travel   


7. The Dark Highlander
Mass Market Paperback (01 October, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars A nice story
The reason I didn't give this book four or five stars is because the heated parts were too short and often evaded so that the reader was left with a hollow feeling... like a luke warm lover. The books also closely resemble those of the Dark Hunter novels, though with more of a Celtic spin. There is adventure and some interesting lore, but overall I felt that the story was unoriginal and predictable. I feel this story may be unmemorable in a month.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than the others
Moning pulls out her best highlander novel so far in The Dark Highlander.It's worth reading The Highlander's Kiss just so that you know the back story in this novel The Dark Highlander.Daegus is by far the most developed of her Heroes and it shows as he goes through his emotional transformation in the course of this novel.
5-0 out of 5 stars A story that gives you chills
This was the first time that I've ever read Karen Marie Moning and by the time I was almost through this book I ran out of my house to buy her other books I love this book.Chloe Is perfect and funny Dageus Is a dark and hansome highlander. All In all this book was garet. What brought Chloe to her dark highlander Is her love for historic artifacts and once Dageus has chloe he Is not letting her go If he can help It and I love those words that Dageus said to Chloe.This book will make you laugh and cry at the same time. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Fantasy    2. Fantasy - General    3. Fiction    4. Fiction - Romance    5. Romance - Time Travel    6. Fiction / Romance / Historical   


8. Kiss of the Highlander
Mass Market Paperback (04 September, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Wow. Much better.
Gwen is desperate to lose her virginity. This fact is embedded into the reader to the point where it becomes almost disturbing. She escapes her reality by going on a tour of Scotland, hoping to find her a man to 'pick her cherry'. Sadly,the tour was for senior citizens so Gwen goes to spend some time alone out on the Highland hills. She falls through a cave and lands right on top of Drustan MacKeltar. Drustan has been put under a spell over 500 years ago, putting him into a deep sleep until Gwen unknowingly breaks it.
5-0 out of 5 stars Boy am I glad that I stumbled onto this one!!!
I'm kind of in a hurry, but if you're wondering wether or not to bother with this one, BOTHER BABY!!!It was a fantastic story that takes you through unexpected twists and turns.You'll never be able to guess the ending.So, curl up with a good cup of Scottish Breakfast Tea with cream and sugar, light a heather candle, and step into a misty, cool, yet hot world that you won't want to leave at the end of the book.Bon Voyage!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars For Teenagers
The Prologue starts off well, Drustan is fine, it's the rest of the book that falls short.
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9. The Highlander's Touch
Mass Market Paperback (07 November, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Not what I was expecting
I've heard many good things about this series but I was a little disappointed with this book. Lisa is working two jobs to support her dying mother. Always sticking her nose where she shouldn't, Lisa touches a flask that was cursed centuries ago by Circenn and is transported through time. Circeen, a 14th century Laird, had vowed to kill whoever arrived with the flask but he struggles with himself when he sees that it is an innocent woman. They struggle with their sexual tension. Now, stretch that over a hundred pages and you have the bulk of the book. It felt like nothing was happening for over half the book and then suddenly everything happened all at once. The plot doesn't begin to change until towards the end but by then I was already bored with the story. Within five pages everything becomes seemingly perfect.
5-0 out of 5 stars Love transcends time....
A cursed flask brings Circenn Brodie, a warrior from the past, together with Lisa Stone, a woman from the future. He is a man who does note break his oaths and he has sworn to kill the bearer of the flask. A task easier said than done when he realises how beautiful and courageous Lisa is. They fall in love (duh!) but Lisa is determined to return to her century as she has left behind a mother dying of cancer and needs to be there with her to the end.
2-0 out of 5 stars A great trip ... but one I feel like I've taken before
You do get lost in Moning's worlds, however her novels are so damn similar!Instead of this novel I reccomend reading The Highlander's Kiss and/or The Dark Highlander.They're better written even though they're by the same author.And if you're looking for time travel to Old World Scotland without the Faeries then try the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. ... Read more

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10. Spell of the Highlander
Mass Market Paperback (30 May, 2006)
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2-0 out of 5 stars sent me back to the future
It the movie "Somewhere in Time" Christopher Reeves puts his hand in his pocket and pulls out a penny.Suddenly a great whooshing sound begins, voices become echos, the room starts to shift and he is pulled back to the time he began his journey.The penny he had taken out of his pocket had the modern date on it. It infiltrated the reality he was living and destroyed it.
5-0 out of 5 stars Time Travel Romance Lover
If you Love Romance Novels I Highly suggest you Read all of Karen Marie Moning Books. Not one Disappointed me and each one gets better.
5-0 out of 5 stars A wonderful, fun, passionate Highlander book!
If you like passionate romance novels that take you to exotic locals with a sexually charged alpha male hero, you will want to read this book!This was my first book by KMM, and let me tell you she knows how to weave a great story that will keep you glued to her book!I really enjoyed the fast pace, the great humor, and the deeply passionate relationship between our hero and heroine.I was sorry when it ended, but lucky for me there are six more in this series for me to devour. And devour them I will. KMM has officially moved to my "must buy" list of authors. ... Read more

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11. Beyond the Highland Mist
Mass Market Paperback (09 March, 1999)
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2-0 out of 5 stars Read like a college writing assignment
If you enjoy a complete lack of character development and motivation, then this book is for you.The only reason I didn't give it 1 star was for the requisite sex scene, which was pretty juicy in the standard "throbbing" and "heaving" sort of way.However, if it's adventure, Scottish Highlander hunkiness (and sex), a heroine with some true gumption, a well-researched plot, AND a bit of magical time travel you seek, I highly recommend the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon.

4-0 out of 5 stars The beginning
This is the First book in the 'Highlander' Series although you can read them in any order this one has some charcaters that show up in the next books. I really enjoyed this story the heroine, adrianne, is a likeable girl with a dark past. Our hero, Hawk, is 100% alypha male and drop dead gorgeous and there in lies the problem for our Lass. The story is if you have an open mind beliveable, our hero can be stupid, male and idiotic as well as warm, caring and 100% sincere. If you are thinking of starting the series this is a great place. Loads of characters are introduced, the saucy scenes are beautifully written, all in all a great read.

4-0 out of 5 stars The Hero is HOT!
The Highlander series came highly recommended to me and this is the first novel I have read by KMM. It is a quick read that captivated me right away. I loved the hero - what's not to like about a perfectly handsome, stunning physical hunk who is oozing sexuality!?! Beyond his perfect looks, he is also good hearted, skilled between the sheets, a good leader, excellent horseman, open-minded, and even knows how to make baby furniture! OK, maybe he is a little too perfect. The heroine is perfect looking, but is carrying a lot of "baggage" and insecurities from a previous bad relationship. She has a lot of doubts about good-looking men and can be cruel at times. Without warning, she is tossed back and forth through centuries of time at the whim of a nasty fairy/jester.
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12. The Fiery Cross
by Delta
Paperback (01 October, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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The fiery cross, once used to summon Highland clans to war, now beckonsreaders to take up Diana Gabaldon's fifth installment in the Outlander series featuringthe time-traveling Frasers. Historical fiction fans who have waited four longyears since the publication of Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Listen to the Book
I read this book and liked it but it is a much better read when it is read to you..If that makes any sense at all?
5-0 out of 5 stars Well worth reading.
For anyone whose interests flirt with history and romance, Diana Gabaldon does a wonderful job of combining the two.While the size of the books might put some people off, I've found that her story line and writing style are of first rate and keeps the reader hooked into the story.Would recommend this author to anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Gabaldon's Most Underrrated Book
It's hard to call Diana Gabaldon underrated. She's a popular berstselling author, and she deserves to be- she writes good books. The fifth installment in her Outlander met with harsh critiques that I don't fully understand. Yes, there's let in the way of action- it's very much a transitional novel. Gabalon is leading up to her 7th and (rumored to be final) oulander book, and she's clearly setting the stage for something with this-some important revelations are made towards the end of the book with regards to time travel, which indicates that the next book will likely deal with that aspect of the story more than the past 2 have. Meanwhile Gabaldon continues to develp the relationship between Claire and Jamie and Brianna and Roger. Roger undergoes a trial, and I think realizes his true feelings about Jemmy (regarless of whether he is the boys biological father). The relationship between Jamie and his sister Jenny is also strained due to events with Jenny's son. Basically, I think she's setting us up for something in this book. I wnat to see what ... Read more

Subjects:  1. 1600-1775, Colonial period    2. Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775    3. Fantasy fiction    4. Fiction    5. Fiction - Romance    6. Historical - General    7. History    8. North Carolina    9. Romance - Time Travel    10. United States    11. Fiction / Historical   


13. Dance Through Time (Time Passages Romance)
by Berkley
Paperback (01 October, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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"Come to me." The haunting voice of Scottish laird James McLeod summons writer Elizabeth Smith through time to 1311 Scotland. James forbids women at his keep. So he is rather surprised when Elizabeth is deposited in his care, though care isn't what he gives her when they first meet. Lynn Kurland excited readers with her memorable debut novel, Stardust of Yesterday, and her talents shine through again in this delightful time-travel tale of adventure and love. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Where the MacLeod tales begin...
This is Jamie's story... James MacLeod, feared highland laird, completely oblivious to the fact that he's going to end up falling in love with not only a 20th century woman, but also with time traveling!This is how it all began...
5-0 out of 5 stars The Best of the Lot...
The author made this book great...and she was even a little bold with love scenes, which are usually nonexistent in her books.James was both wonderful and a cad, but loveable.His son Jesse was a fabulous young man.And Elizabeth was simply magnificant and lovely and sweet.A grand tale.
5-0 out of 5 stars Loved It!!!
Dance Through Time was my own personal time portal to a world that one can only dream of. I put myself in Elizibeth's postion and as if I was there in the past and in love. The mix of mondern day luxuries and the Scottish hardships was unflawed. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a getaway to a world of humor, love , and passion. ... Read more

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14. Touch of Enchantment
by Bantam
Mass Market Paperback (02 June, 1997)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars A great read
Touch of Enchantment is a sequel to Breath of Magic. It is a tale about Tristan and Arian's only child, Tabitha, and her adventure in medieval times. 5-0 out of 5 stars Loved this story
I have read several books from Teresa Medeiros and I have to say that this is one of my favorites.It was a fun read that was very cheesy in a nice way.It is nice to read a story once in awhile where the hero isn't such a womanizer.I chuckled quite often in this book.Sometimes a trip from reality is a fun read if you are not expecting something too dark or deep.
5-0 out of 5 stars A Very Entertaining Book by Teresa Medeiros
Tabitha receives an amulet that helps her focus her magic.Unwittingly she errors and finds herself wisked through time to the era of gallant and not so gallant Knights.Sir Colin is returning from the Crusades and being chased by an excellent villian, when he comes upon a this strange looking woman.She is dressed in clothing from the future which make her definately out of character for the era.Fearlessly, she protects the Knight and is mistaken for his woman.He is impressed by her bravery as well.Keeping her wasn't his choice, and when magical things happen she must explains them away, as he is much against magic.
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15. Veils of Time
by Berkley
Paperback (01 July, 1999)
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Sales Rank: 76726
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Oh, Lynn
I loved Lynn Kurland story in this book, couldn't get into the other stores much, but that could have just been me as I'm into time travel and Scottish historical right now.Romance for me has to have more then boy meets girl, boy looses girl, boy gets girl or vis versa.An adventure, or a myster...those who like the other author's in this group will more then likely like there stories.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Time Travel Stories
And the Groom Wore Tulle - Lynn Kurland -This short story follows Ian MacLeod from the Scottish Highlands dungeon of his arch enemy William Ferguson in 1313 to the backroom of a bridal boutique in New York city 1999.Ian MacLeod was thought to be dead and in disposing of his body, the knaves dropped him off in just the right forest that contained the portal to the future and his kinsman, Jamie MacLeod - only geographically he ended up thousands of miles off the mark but thankfully with a young woman who after her initial shock, took him in and would help him find his way home - somewhat the same way he would find his way into her heart.Fast, and amusing tale, highly entertaining.4*5-0 out of 5 stars Very good stories
AND THE GROOM WORE TULLE BY Lynn Kurland is about Ian Mc'Cloud, cousin to Jamie.Having found himself in his enemy's dungeon waiting to die, Ian is transported 700 into the future. THE CON AND THE CRUSADER BY MaggieShayne is about a con man who jumps down a well when he is being chased bysome people who want to kill him.He promises to work as hard as he can ifhe can get away from them.After he jumps down the well he wakes to findhimself in the past. A BRIDE MOST COMMON BY Angie Ray is about Lucy who issent back in time by her empolyer and finds herself in the body of CynthiaRandal and about to be married to Kieran Walcott.She is sent back in timeto correct a mistake that will have a devistating effect on the wildlife ofthe future. CONYN'S BRIDE BY Ingrid Weaver is about a man who has traveledhundreds of years in the future to find his long- lost bride.When he doesfind her she is about to marry another man. These four stories are allwonderfull if a little on the short side.They could all have been giventhere own book each. Well done. ... Read more

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16. Tempting the Highlander
by Pocket Star
Mass Market Paperback (31 August, 2004)
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Sales Rank: 19330
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Great read
This book was very intertaining and lived up to the great read the ones before it was.

5-0 out of 5 stars Chapman series
Excellent book in a great series.Very well written with characters who capture your imagination.

5-0 out of 5 stars Tempting the Highlander
Loved this book.Must read all the books in this story line to appreciate.Each one feeds off the next - but each is good on its own.Very enjoyable read! ... Read more

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17. Breath of Magic
by Bantam
Mass Market Paperback (01 February, 1996)
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Isbn: 0553563343
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Arian Whitewood is a beautiful seventeenth-century enchantress who learns the power of her mother's amulet when she's suddenly whisked three hundred years into the future and into the arms of a handsome, cynical billionaire.Can Arian cast enough spells to save Tristan from his enemies? ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Enchanting and fun to read
Arian is drowning. The townspeople of Gloucester believe she's a witch and the test is to see if she can float or sink in the lake. If she sinks, then she is innocent. She is, of course, dead, but hey, what's more important is that she's not a witch. If she floats, then she truly is a witch.
3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good timetravel book
I wasn't super impressed with this book, but that doesn't mean that i didn't enjoy it. I read the sequel to this book about a year ago and when I started this one I didn't even realize that it was related to "Touch of Enchantment", and I still didn't get it until half way thru when I went online to see the customer reviews that this one got out of curiousity. I remember really liking that book! Now I might go back and read the sequel again just for closure, and because I don't remember that much about it except that it was pretty good. This book does provide light reading and it definetely wasn't bad in my opinion, but there were some parts that a little inconsistent and well...dumb. Such as Tristan's feelings. He keeps going back and forth with loving Arian and then distrusting her with every little innocent remark she makes.I understand that when you have that much money, it's natural to be distrustful and that most of it was distrust of his own feelings but I mean, come on it got a little old. Also, he was kind of a jerk to her a lot of the time and even though she would react, she got over it really fast and was feeling all mushy about him once again. If a guy suggested some of the things to me that he did about her I don't care how hot he is I would not forgive so easily. Then again he is a billionaire...so maybe I could forgive a lot too. No, she wasn't as mercenary as i am, just really naive and a little airheaded.One other thing I felt did not work was how quickly she adapted to modern vocabulary and living. I mean she wasn't even hardly phased by anything for very long at all except for the helicopters. Time travel is not a real beleivable topic anyways, but that took away from any realism that her character could have had. But like i said it was still an enjoyable read and it didn't drag because then I wouldn't have finished it cause I won't finish a book that I hate.

5-0 out of 5 stars Richly drawn characters bring a magical story to life
An interesting, unique story; well above average writing; and likeable, memorable characters make this an above average book. Look for the sequel, as well as Shadows and Lace, three of my favorite books. ... Read more

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18. Only With a Highlander
by Pocket Star
Mass Market Paperback (27 September, 2005)
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5-0 out of 5 stars loved it!
I enjoyed this one so much I've had to buy the rest of them!:)

4-0 out of 5 stars Review of the Highlander series
I like fantasy, sci-fi and of course time travel so this was just about right.I would probably read others by this author.

4-0 out of 5 stars enjoy reading
Same as last book, enjoyable hard to put down wanted to finish in one sitting but not enough time. ... Read more

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19. Until Forever
Mass Market Paperback (01 June, 1995)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars One of my favorites!
I absolutely loved everything about this book.It was interesting, it was action-filled, and it was romantic.After reading the summary on the back of the book, I thought that it was going to be corny and ridiculous, but I was pleasantly surprised!I loved the time traveling, and I adored Thor.I thought that he had lots of personality, and for once the male romantic hero of a JL book had no qualms about expressing his feelings.We only get one chapter from his point of view, and it's very near the beginning, but that's all we need.Just by his actions and the things he says to Roseleen, we get a clear picture of how he feels.A scene of notable mention is the shower scene!It was definitely a favorite of mine!Very sexy.
1-0 out of 5 stars Oooh, the pain
The plot: A time-traveling cursed viking from Valhalla seduces a virgin history professor who collects swords.
2-0 out of 5 stars Requires the ability to suspend disbelief
Until Forever is the first time travel novel by Johanna Lindsey that I've read, and I found it disappointing to say the least.Roseleen and Thorn interact in much the same way as the characters in Jude Deveraux's A Knight In Shining Armour.The problem inherent in both these novels is that it's pretty hard to find a happy ending when the hero and heroine are living lives centuries apart.There's really no way for things to end well under those circumstances.Another problem is Thorn's chauvanistic attitude, though I can understand it somewhat as he is a Viking.It clashes incessantly with Roseleen's "woman of the 90's" persona, and I didn't for a second believe that she would put it aside--even for love.I was unable to suspend disbelief for long enough to enjoy this novel, but I'm glad that so many others were.Lindsey rarely disappoints me, but this is one of those times. ... Read more

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20. The Last Cavalier
by Harlequin
Mass Market Paperback (12 September, 2006)
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Isbn: 0373470827
Sales Rank: 99335
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