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Lachlan: A Scottish Time Travel Romance

Immortal Highlander, Book 1
Narrated by: William MacLeod
Series: Immortal Highlander Series, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 39 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
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Summary

When Kinley Chandler abruptly lands in medieval Scotland, there isn’t much she’s leaving behind. With her body shattered and her military career over, Kinley has resigned herself to death. But in the past, all that changes.

Lachlan McDonnel, the laird of a clan of immortal highlanders, can hardly believe his good fortune. Not only does the mysterious lass save his life, she awakens his heart in a way he’d thought no longer possible.

But the druid spells that allow Lachlan’s clan to live forever have a dark side as well. He and his men know all too well that the magic folk never give without taking. Though he is sworn to protect them from the dreaded undead, the price of his loyalty may finally be too high.

Lachlan is the first audiobook in the Immortal Highlander series. If you love brawny heroes, a mystical world, and a heroine with courage, then you’ll love this sizzling series. Join the romantic realm of the Immortal Highlanders by picking up this audiobook today.

Mature readers comfortable with dark themes only please.

©2017 Hazel Hunter (P)2018 Hazel Hunter

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Amazing

I loved this! Well written, the characters were brilliant. The story was not formulaic but engaging. And William MacLeod's is the best I've heard. His voice is something else!!! Highly recommend.

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  • Resa1963
  • 30-03-19

Lachlan

Didn't care much for this book . I was hoping it would get better as I read it only got more pornographic . Because of this it detracted from the story which I felt was good overall . If you like vampires and immortal Scots with lots of Hugh Hefner style reading , this is the book for you

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  • Agrigirl1
  • 20-01-19

Not what I expected

I made it to chapter 3 and stopped listening. I normally love Time Travel stories but I cannot get past the brutality of gutting a woman and eating her, as well as the use of the “F” word. So disappointed.

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  • G C
  • 19-06-18

Must Read Now!

I loved this story. The plot puts a new twist on time travel! The narration gives that extra flair to the books. This author did a great job with the details of her character builds. A job well done! I previously read Brennus by this author and come to love her style of writing. I will definitely be reading any more books I come across by this author. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Dee
  • 17-06-18

Time travel, Scots, and zombies? Yes, please!

We are all accustomed to time travel books, zombie books, and even books set in historic Scotland with lairds and wenches. Getting all three with this listen made it sooooo much fun. Oh, and did I mention the Druids?

I loved everything about this listen. Laclan was an immortal Highlander. Kinley was a wounded warrior. When their worlds collided, wonderful things happened.

There were some steamy moments but they were incredibly tasteful. At one point Lachlan tells Kinley that he 'wanted his seed on her thighs every morning for the rest of their lives.' As written, it doesn't sound that sexy but put in the proper setting with that Scottish brogue and he became Jamie Fraser 2.0.

The narrator was the best. He was a perfect choice for this listen and the biggest reason why Lachlan and Kinley had so much depth.

The author merged a Highlander romance with time travel (nothing new there.) He mixed in some zombies and some druids, sprinkled in immortality (now that's new) and an incredible listen was born.

I should also note that both the author and narrator did a great job portraying Kinley's PTSD.

I'm looking forward to the next installment!


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  • Kate B.
  • 18-12-18

TERRIBLE!

A big waste of a credit! Filled with shallow characters, no real story line... and lots of explicit, raw, gratuitous sex!:( Kinda juvenile and stupid!!!

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  • Vanessa
  • 09-06-19

Interesting but dissappointing

A good basic story line and most of the time the story was good but then the author would let themselves down using illfitting vulgar words that left a bad taste ! Im not particularly inclined to read the next.

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  • LouA
  • 18-01-19

terrible narration

flat, boring narration. story not well plotted or set up. dont bother with this series.

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  • Riceball0413
  • 19-12-18

Somewhat confusing, but entertaining

I chose this book because I was in the mood for something different. I'm a fan of Highland Time travel romances and vampire fiction, so I figured why not. I wasn't too disappointed. I feel like there are a few plot holes, but maybe that will be rectified in the next books. The narration was awesome for the men. I know it's difficult for men to portray women, and he did a fair job of it. overall, I'm satisfied

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  • GEL
  • 13-12-18

Enjoyed the narrator but story was meh.

I'm not sure precisely what was missing in this story but something definitely was and I think what was lacking was in Kinley Chandler.

The story has all the elements it needs but it falls short. I do like how the author used elements rarely mentioned for that time and place. Kinley just felt.... incomplete as a character. I liked her fiestiness at first....but then her development as a character flat-lined and I'm not certain why. she should have been a very unique character but something was missing. I think maybe her all too easy acceptance of her situation just didn't feel genuine.

UPDATED: I have now listened to the second book in this series and I find the same problem exists in it too. Everything else in the story works great, except for the female character Diana Burke. Once again there was a serious lack of character development with her. It's like this author is building her series around the men and the women are being treated almost as tertiary characters rather than main characters.

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  • Judy
  • 27-10-18

Lack of a driving plot

The most flawed part of the novel is the lack of a driving plot. In spite of the phenomenal idea of creating a sympathetic heroine who is crippled by war, the character did not deliver the depth of character and explosive scenes that entails this context. Maybe it is me but I am finding the sexual scenes gratuitous

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