Highland Treasure 01 Dreamer Mass Market Paperback – May 8 2000
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About the Author
Authors Nikoo and Jim McGoldrick (writing as May McGoldrick) weave emotionally satisfying tales of love and danger. Publishing under the names of May McGoldrick and Jan Coffey, these authors have written thirty-five novels and works of nonfiction for Penguin Putnam, Mira, HarperCollins, Entangled, and Heinemann. Nikoo, an engineer, also conducts frequent workshops on writing and publishing and serves as a Resident Author. Jim holds a Ph.D. in Medieval and Renaissance literature and teaches English in northwestern Connecticut. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Top Customer Reviews
and very little plot. I class it with Harlequin Romances, and I am sorry I bought the two others. Books where the men are Gods and the women Godesses, with a story where one hates the other then falls madly in love, are bo-o-o-o-ring.
Besides, John Stewart was unaware that he had an illegitimate brother, Adam, who was plaguing him because Adam thought John was the man responsible for sending him to prison years ago. Instead of seeking revenge, John warmly accepted his brother and the bond that came to be forged between the two brothers was so touching, it brought a lump to my throat.
The first book of the Highland Treasure Trilogy also contains the mischievous "leading the villains on a wild goose chase" by the Percy sisters.
"The Dreamer" is highly recommended and a "must-read" for those who have only read "The Enchantress" and "The Firebrand" because "The Dreamer" is undoubtedly the Best Of The Three!
This is the story of the oldest of three sisters, Catherine Percy. She is fleeing for her life to Scotland the homeland of her mother after her father is killed as a traitor to England. She and her sisters separate to protect themselves and a treasure which they and their mother know its where abouts. She is going to open a school with several brothers. She is also going to be protected by John Stewart, Lord Athol.
John has just found out some very disturbing news about his fathers past and has just reluctantly agreed to finally marry. His intended bride meets up with Catherine on the way. When they reach the keep the bride to be cons Catherine into switching rooms with her. Catherine does and soon is awakened by John making love to her. She is shocked and so is he but he decides to marry Catherine instead. She resists but eventually gives in.
Soon passion consumes them both and they realize that they love each other very much. In order for them to find bliss however they both must overcome enemies and stay ever villigant.
This is a fast paced book that can be easily read in one afternoon. I enjoyed the secondary characters and look forward to reading about the other sisters.
Most recent customer reviews
Well i got this book from a friends mom and for lack of anything else to read I started it. Thought it would be something I might just read a few pages of. That wasn't the case. Read morePublished on March 26 2002
Review Summaries "Yorkshire England 1535, Catherine Percy, eldest of three sisters (who are all fleeing King Henry's men), has arrived at Balvenie Castle, home for John... Read morePublished on Nov. 6 2000 by Marilyn Malone