Highlander’s Fierce Wolf: Beasts Of The Highlands Book 4

I think what originally drew me to this series was the many references to the horses. At heart, I’m still that young girl who loves horses. After starting the first book, it was like eating peanuts, I just couldn’t stop!

Reluctant Retiree

Book Blurb:

Following his King’s orders means abandoning his newfound love.

Wolfram Gunn McKay is a renounced warrior and not happy at all to be sent by his King on an errand to locate a child, much less to have to go to the most northern, isolated, dismal, and windy, part of the Highlands.

That place is home for the redhead beauty Swannoc McKinnon,who is living a harsh life there. She is struggling daily to take care of the few children and women left after the devastating second Clearance that burned Brough Castle and made it almost unlivable.

Swannoc decides to gather the children and women and head to Fionnaghall as soldiers are coming back again and again, and it seems they are looking for something… or someone.

On their way, Swannoc’s group encounters Wolfram, and he decides to go out of his way as he cannot leave the beautiful woman and her group of children alone.

Soon Wolfram will discover that among the children Swannoc protects, hides the Kings’ most valuable secret, the child Wolfram is looking for!

Those that would use the boy to destroy the King are now closing in and Wolfram will have to take a tough choice as there is not enough time to complete the orders and at the same time save his newfound love!

“Highlander’s Fierce Wolf” is a standalone story by best selling author Alisa Adams, packed with mystery, battle, and romance, set on the beautiful backdrop of the Scottish Highlands. Get your copy TODAY for FREE With Kindle Unlimited!
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Kindle Reader
5.0 out of 5 stars I love this extension of the Ross series- now it's the ladies of Brough Castle! More please!!!!
Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2020
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Oh, my goodness this was such a great read. I love the tone of these books- similar to the Ross sisters- and they make an appearance in this one too, which I loved! Great scene setting, exceptionally fun characters that you don't want to say goodbye too. At times you will laugh, (Swan sings when she is afraid) then you will sigh with happiness, then get into the action of a battle with these strong women who don't even have proper weapons! In the end a lovely, sweet romance with a worthy hero and heroine. Interesting setting around the tip of Scotland with all the bogs.
Loved the big black horses in this one, and their names-Dummy, Inch and Teeth! I love how she includes horses, what girl doesn't love horses! Loved the burping dog Beans and the children who helped and cheered on Swan. Fascinating to read how Wolf who was fiercely loyal to his king and the errand the king sent him on, fell in love with Swan and the children and chose love in the end. I can't wait to read about Kaithria and Neely, and hope Cat McKay has a story too. I just love these and want more in this style! They aren't dark, they are happy, and empowering and loving, adding some humor here and there, and filled with action and strong friendships and horses and always a wonderful romance with a hero to sigh over. I have read some of the others by Alisa and didn't care for them, but the Ross sisters and now the ladies of Brough are far and above my favorites. I wish they came in hard copy. I like to keep a hard copy version of my favorite books- Judith McNaught, Julie Garwood and now the Ross sister series extending into this one! Love Love Love. I read this in one sitting as I couldn't put it down! MORE PLEASE!!!!!!
mflora
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow just wow
Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2020
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Wow just wow what an amazing book I was so caught up in this book. Wolfram was sent by the king to rescue a child in the most northern part of the highlands. Which he’s not entirely happy about. Swan how has taken a pond herself to save what’s let of the women and children left after the second clearance which left the castle uninhabitable. While trying to move them to a safer place wolfram meets up with the and discovers the child he was sent to save is among Swans group. Can he save them all and complete his mission. I guess you’ll need to read this book to find out. I really enjoy this authors books I’m always happy when a new one comes out.
Debbie
5.0 out of 5 stars Highlander's Fierce Wolf by Alisa Adams
Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2020
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I read the series out of order, so I had heard about Wolf and Swan. Their love story did not disappoint.
Both were strong characters, given witty dialogue by Ms. Adams. I smiled a lot and really enjoyed the romp through the bogs and desolate northern Scotland.
The supporting characters were equally well developed. I didn't care for Neely at first thinking for not helping. It amused me that her horse, Teeth, kept nipping at her hair and clothing. It wasn't until I read "Highlander's Heart of Steel", that I understood her better.
As Swan leads the 3 women, 6 orphans and an old man to safety with only a pest cutter and a wolf hound for defense, there is adventure, friendship, danger, and of course romance. Will Wolf decide love is more important than following the Kong's orders.

Highlander’s Wounded Beast: Beasts Of The Highlands Book 3

Book Blurb:

An oblivious man. An order from the King. A love that can never be.

Ina is the youngest of the four Ross sisters and the only one who has not found her happily ever after yet. Although being the most petite of the four, she is a fierce warrior who intimidates all men who want to marry her.

When a handsome young Prince comes to the castle riding his beautiful stallion ordered by the King to marry young Ina,everyone thinks she found her very own fairy tale.

But Ina cannot stand him.

She instead falls for a huge man named Beiste who came riding an exhausted horse dressed in tatters and without remembering anything! This strange man, despite being wounded, before falling unconscious, he asked her to take care of his horse and nothing for himself. Ina had never met such a selfless man before.

Being one of a kind herself too, her rebellious character pushes her to act reckless and try to escape her fate. Life is no fairy tale though, so she gets in deadly danger.

When all hope seems lost the mysterious stranger will wake up from oblivion and any man standing in his way will have to flee.

But no man can defy the orders of the King. It will take a Beast to do that.

The Reviews

NavyWave62
TOP 1000 REVIEWER
5.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 STARS - HAS EVERYTHING I WANT IN A STORY!
Reviewed in the United States on December 20, 2019
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This is my 8th story by this author and she is becoming a favorite of mine.

We are treated to humor, suspense, twists and interesting main and secondary character's. Romance builds slowly and this is a clean story with only kisses.

The blurb gives too much away so you figured out who the villain is and who is the Prince, but still an interesting story.

I loved the strength of the sister's and even though part of a series, can be a stand alone. But, I enjoyed the other stories too.

My only problem with the story our H has broken ribs and within days he is rowing a boat and knocking a door down - lol.

No cheating, no cliffhanger, HEA, romance and a story I hated to end. I can't improve on the blurb, just recommending this story and author. (ljb
Marti F
5.0 out of 5 stars Looks Can Be Deceiving
Reviewed in the United States on August 11, 2020
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What an amazing read!! Having read several other books in this series, I knew some of the characters in the story and looked forward to getting to know them even better. But the rebellious nature of Ina matched up with the strong, knowledgeable Bieste who, even with amnesia understands honor and loyalty to protect others, makes for an amazing tale of family bonds, greed, deceit, and love. Add in the wonderful two characters of the aunts and the needed humorous relief keeps everything sane. Great story by a very talented author!
Linda S Adams
5.0 out of 5 stars The most important thing is by Alisa Adams books she’s a wonderful author
Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2020
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Oh my oh my this book was so good it was really really good I was so absorbed in it you almost want to feel like you want to be a part of them this author writes so well she really does love her books I don’t get a chance to always leave a review I apologize but I keep buying her books because there’s so good I read some reviews and I don’t know why some ladies didn’t like it I guess they just don’t like historical‘s she has everything in her books she has the meat adventure the romance the excitement everything I love the book I hope she keeps riding a long time and I’ll keep buying the books

Highlander’s Scarred Angel: Beasts Of The Highlands Book 2

Do you remember the old Lays Potato Chip commercial? “Nobody can eat just one?” This series rapidly became like that for me. For the life of me, I can’t remember what it was about these stories that first drew me to them. Having read one, I just absolutely had to read the rest. These are stories that are 100% SFW!

The Reluctant Retiree

Book Blurb

Other girls desire a handsome Prince. She needs a warrior.

After defeating the Munroes and saving their homeland; Fionnaghall, one of the four Ross sisters has to return as a ruler.

Cenna is the third youngest of sisters and a brave warrior despite her angelic looks. Her oldest sister Godet is married to Laird Gordon MacDonell. His brother Tristan, will accompany her on her way to Fionnaghall. He looks more like a handsome prince than a warrior at first.

Tristan has an inclination towards Cenna, but in their first meeting, she threatens to cut his throat! She will later realize his scarred body does not match his pretty face…

When Cenna is abducted by a fierce enemy, the two will truly understand how they feel for each other.

Will it be too late though? Is Cenna going to make it out alive and save Fionnaghall with Tristen?

A. Richard
5.0 out of 5 stars Countless adventures that are creatively intriguing
Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2019
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There is entertainment at the beginning of the story, and my enjoyment only increased with each new situation that arose. HIGHLANDER’S SCARRED ANGEL has countless adventures that are creatively intriguing, where humorous moments, emotional incidents, and even dangerous exploits are expertly interconnected. I could be laughing one instant and then be in fear of what would happen to the characters that I had come to adore. Alisa Adams makes the whole book captivating with her unique style of writing, and every scene kept me thoroughly engaged.

After being forced from her home and having to seek protection from a neighboring clan, Cenna Ross is glad to once again return to her castle called Fionnaghall. Since the parents of she and three sisters are no longer alive, one of the siblings must manage any tenants still on the property. With her warrior-like abilities, Cenna will be the one to take control, but having Tristan MacDonell accompanying her does not set well. Though she is grateful for how their clan helped when needed, the man whose brother is laird always seems to irritate her in some way, and she plans to do things her way, not his.
Karen White
5.0 out of 5 stars , tons of humour, even Clydsdale horses ridden into battle. Tough lives to live
Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2019
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The #3 title choice was spelled wrong. I puzzled over why a angel would be scared.spelling is lmportant.well written storyline characters are well defined and humourous. Huge sized men riding little horses with baby birds in their pockets and rats in their beards ,who also wear dresses to disguise themselves.can’t beat that[, Clydesdale horses 🐎 ridden into battles now that is a powerful image to behold.
NavyWave62
TOP 1000 REVIEWER
5.0 out of 5 stars 4.50 STARS - PART VERY UNIQUE AND FUNNY
Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2020
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This author is a hit or miss for me but this one I enjoyed a lot. Was there editing problems, yes but not enough to not figure out what was being said. Is some of the plots outlandish, yes but it still kept me entertained and laughing because the banter was hysterical.

This is a clean story with only kisses but I loved how the romance built. She fought so hard to hate him, but realized she would do anything for him.

The secondary character's added richness to the story. There are some sad heart wrenching moments with villager's that broke my heart. Some thrilling exciting moments that kept me reading.

This has suspense, surprises, HEA, romance builds slowly, and a unique story line. (ljb)

Highlander’s Lionheart: Beasts Of The Highlands Book 1

This was such a wonderful story. I don’t usually read Historical books but something about this story just drew me in. I can’t say that I am familiar with the area but it still was a great story.

Reluctant Retiree

Book Blub:

Freedom or duty? Which would you choose?

Four Scots orphans flee their home of Castle Fionnaghall to escape the wicked schemes of their mad uncle….

The eldest sister, Godet Ross, believes their best chance of survival lies in her childhood betrothal to the neighbouring Laird’s son — Gordon MacDonnell. 
A sudden spark ignites when their eyes meet!

Since youth, Godet has blossomed into a buxom beauty and Gordon has risen to become a burly and fearsome warrior.

Unbeknownst to Godet, however, Gordon has been promised to another: Lady Bridga MacTavish.

Fearing for their safety from their brutish uncle, Gordon allows the Ross sisters to seek refuge in his castle, much to Bridga’s chagrin. 

Their uncle Mungan isn’t so easy to thwart, however. He plans to marry Godet and seize Fionnaghall for himself once and for all and he believes no one can stop him— not even Laird Gordon MacDonell.

Confined by their circumstances, the heated connection between the fiery Godet and the indomitable Gordon continues to flourish despite the chaos surrounding them.

When they are offered the help of the most unlikely of allies, will Gordon and Godet finally have any hope of being able to break free from the chains that bind them?

Shopgirl
5.0 out of 5 stars Clean Historical Romance
Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2019
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Loved this book!! This story is about Godet and her 3 strong, warrior sisters. Hoping each sister gets her own story. I found it to be humorous, suspenseful and filled with swoon worthy men. I also liked that while Godet and Gordon (the hero) clearly have a connection, the most they share are some passionate kisses. Excellent historical romance!!
NavyWave62
TOP 1000 REVIEWER
4.0 out of 5 stars 3.50 STARS - SOME PARTS UNBELIEVABLE
Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2020
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I read HIGHLANDER'S SCARRED ANGEL FIRST and really enjoyed it. This one had me scratching my head at times. You knew the h loved the H from the start. They venture to her home to try and reclaim it for her. The H wasn't aware she lived by the sea. Why then did she feel he only wanted her because of where her ancestral home was. Everyone knew he loved her from the start too. This didn't make sense and seemed out of character for the h.

I also, couldn't understand why the H left the h in the dark who he wanted to marry?

Some editing problems where names were incorrect or spelling. This is a clean story with only kisses.

I loved the tension and suspense with the caves and tide and that raised my rating. So vividly written!

What I dislike about this author is in probably 1/2 if not more of her stories, you have to download an extended epilogue. I DON'T LIKE THIS! Plus in this one, the extended epilogue goes to the H/h children - how many they had etc. It ruined it for me because I haven't finished all the sister's yet and the extended epilogue says who they married.

No cheating, no cliffhanger, HEA, some romance and some spice. Granted some the the scenes were hard to believe, but some of the other's I enjoyed. (ljb)
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Bookworm Scholar
5.0 out of 5 stars WARRIOR WOMEN
Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020
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This was a great read. Godet and her sisters: Ina (the dreamy one), Cenna (the sassy one), Flori (the soft one), along with their Aunt Hextilda were a crew of fearless women. Although, they needed work in listening to the men at times and to stop rushing into things or trying to leave the men out of things. Out of all the sisters, Ina was my favorite sister.

Gordon and his brother (Tristan), along with his top warriors: Liam and Loughlin were the crème de la crème of warriors.
They each had chosen a woman to claim among the sisters.

Then there is this little problem of: Bridga, who had been betrothed to Gordon (by her father) in lieu of a business treaty.
Kdb
VINE VOICE
5.0 out of 5 stars Love it
Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2019
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Castle Fionnaghall holds evil it's been taken by Mungan. Forcing to flee when her parents are killed, and her home taken from her Godet and her sisters flee to a neighboring Clan the MacDonell's if she stays Mungan will force her to marry him her plan is to ask Goedon MacDonnell to be her husband, but she learns he is already engaged to another. Gordon wants Godet but he is about to wed someone else, but he will protect Godet and try and keep her out of danger. Godet can't afford to wait she and her sisters will make another plan to get back her home and family legacy. This was a fun read i liked all the humorous moments the danger and the constant back and forth between Gordon and Godet as they try to resist each other. I was allowed to read and advance copy of this book, and this is my honest review I have also purchased a copy for myself.
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