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Highland Rogue (Berkley Sensation) by Tess Mallory



Ships from and sold by stefanie1959. Ships from and sold by jf overstock books. Highland Rouge by Tess Mallory is a solid time travel romance fantasy. The characters are likeable as we follow their journey to find love and acceptance. This story touches the fantasy of time-travel not just from the point of being swept into the past, but also of being brought to the future. Tess Mallory will continue with Ian's story in Highland Rebel due out in March 3, 2009.

Highland Rogue (Highland Dream, Published May 6th 2008 by Berkley Sensation. Mass Market Paperback, 296 pages. Author(s): Tess Mallory. ISBN: 0425220427 (ISBN13: 9780425220429).

Publication date 2008. Topics Time travel, Time travel - Fiction. Publisher New York : Berkley Sensation. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation.

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Well, Tess Mallory’s Highland Rogue is one of those books that proves you can’t judge a book by its concept-or its peers. After enjoying Kurland’s book reasonably well and finding Wolff’s rather bland, I just loved Mallory’s take on the tale. Maggie has always wanted to be an archaeologist, and she’s always wanted to visit Scotland. There are only a couple of tiny smudges on what is otherwise a gorgeous book, so naturally I’ll get them out of the way quickly. There are some moments toward the beginning of Maggie’s stay in the past when you do notice dribs and drabs of ‘formula’ as such, but Mallory breaks free of them quite quickly. To be fair to Ms. Mallory, she’s at a disadvantage here.

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The Highland Rebel is one Ian MacGregor, hot Celtic music pop idol whose music, and looks, tend to make women swoon. Ellie (Eleanor) Graham is his Goth clothed tour manager. What Ellie doesn't know is that Ian time traveled from the year 1711 to the current year. He’s music’s hottest pop idol, a Celtic bad boy whose tradition-drenched rock rules the charts. But Ian MacGregor hails from 18th-century Scotland.

Highland Rogue Tess Mallory Berkley Paperback 304 pages May 2008. When Maggie Graham finds herself transported back in time during a dream holiday to Scotland to 1711, she understandably finds it difficult to adjust. As she takes her first steps into history, she stumbles into the middle of a battle between two highwaymen and the authorities. The historical detail in terms of dialogue sometimes let the book down, and many of the events are rather difficult to believe in - for example, Maggie's midnight walk in her pajamas to an ancient cairn. Those who like Scottish romances with alpha males and a time-travel twist should nonetheless enjoy this story, as long as not too much is expected of it.

Transported back in time to eighteenth-century Scotland after discovering a tri-spiral carving in an ancient cairn, aspiring archaeologist Maggie Graham comes face-to-face with a Scottish hero straight out of her wildest fantasies who captures her heart. Original.
Reviews: 7
Manazar
An excellent story line from the highlands. Very well written and worth the price. If you like romantic warriors, you will love it.
Ytli
this one has to be one of my new favorites. its just increadable. if you like the timetravel kind of books you will just love it. you cant help but fall in love with the characters.
Umi
This book was not the best time travel or historical novel I have read but it was fun, light and I enjoyed it.
Umdwyn
When I realized I had another time-travel Scottish romance in my hands, I thought, 'you've got to be kidding me.' I've read Kurland's With Every Breath and Wolff's Sword of the Highlands, and I couldn't help wondering just how much you could do with such a narrow niche. Well, Tess Mallory's Highland Rogue is one of those books that proves you can't judge a book by its concept---or its peers.

Maggie has always wanted to be an archaeologist, and she's always wanted to visit Scotland. She put both dreams on hold when her parents died and she was forced to raise her twin sisters. Now they're grown, and they and Maggie's best friend have a birthday present for Maggie---a trip to an archaeological dig at a cairn in Scotland.

The trip is little more than a con designed to make tourists feel like they're getting a 'real' archaeological experience. But for once Maggie's doing something for herself, and she's determined to enjoy it. Then she and Alex, the 'archaeologist' running the dig, uncover a mysterious tri-spiral carving inside the cairn. When Maggie accidentally activates the power inside the carving, she's sent back in time to 1711, where she runs right into the path of a highwayman's horse.

There are only a couple of tiny smudges on what is otherwise a gorgeous book, so naturally I'll get them out of the way quickly. There are some moments toward the beginning of Maggie's stay in the past when you do notice dribs of 'formula' as such, but the author breaks free of them quickly. (To be fair to Ms. Mallory, she's at a disadvantage. You can't have the character adjust to such a thing in a paragraph, yet since this seems to be its own mini-genre readers may get tired of reading that inevitable adjustment over and over again.)

Quinn and Maggie have fantastic chemistry. They drive each other nuts in ways that are great fun, and they have utterly smokin' sex scenes. The plot is wonderful. There's plenty of tension as Maggie tries to keep Quinn's friend Ian alive, elude the all-too-dangerous roaming eyes and hands of the captain of the guard, protect her new friend Jenny from the same, help Quinn rescue Ian, and somehow keep Quinn from getting himself killed.

Finally, Mallory's writing sings with good humor. Maggie is snarky; Maggie's sisters and friend are the worst kind of practical jokers (the Hello Kitty pajamas are their fault); and there's some great fun made of the stereotypical narcissistic hunk in some hilarious early scenes.

So if you enjoy this weird sub-sub-genre that is Scottish Highland time-travel romance, I can definitely recommend Tess Mallory's Highland Rogue. For a book with such a generic title, its contents are anything but.
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Highland Rogue by Tess Mallory
Paranormal Romance Paperback - May 6, 2008
4 Stars

Maggie Graham has placed her life on hold to care for her twin sisters after the death of her parents. Now that the girls are adults and on their own, she is ready to pick-up her life where she left off, traveling the world and making fantastic discoveries as an archeologist.

Wanting to encourage her dream, her sisters and best friend purchase a trip to Scotland to assist with the excavation of a newly discovered cairn. Loving all things Scottish, they also hope she finds the man of her dreams. Maggie can't be happier about the trip, until she arrives and finds that the trip is nothing more than a fantasy excavation for tourists and not the serious work she had envisioned.

Quinn MacIntyre is known as the Piper, a Scottish Robin Hood that, with the help of his best-friend Ian, takes from the rich to give to the poor. The motive for his outlaw life stems from the desire to avenge the death of his family.

Maggie accidentally discovers that the cairn is a time-travel point when she is thrown from 2008 to Scotland 1711. Disoriented and not understanding what has happened to her, she stumbles onto Quinn and Ian's path while in the middle of a high pursuit. Her sudden appearance sets into motion a series of events that end with Ian being shot.

Maggie and Quinn reluctantly join forces to learn what has happened to Ian. In the course of their team-work, they uncover feelings for each other. They each struggle with yielding to their desire and passion, while remaining loyal to family and friends.

Highland Rouge by Tess Mallory is a solid time travel romance fantasy. The characters are likeable as we follow their journey to find love and acceptance. This story touches the fantasy of time-travel not just from the point of being swept into the past, but also of being brought to the future.

Tess Mallory will continue with Ian's story in Highland Rebel due out in March 3, 2009.

Reviewed by Cez from Bookaholics Romance Book Club