- By Tess Mallory

Highland Rebel

  • Title: Highland Rebel
  • Author: Tess Mallory
  • ISBN: 9780425226353
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Highland Rebel Meet the irresistible Highland Rebel He s music s hottest pop idol a Celtic bad boy whose tradition drenched rock rules the charts But Ian MacGregor hails from th century Scotland And nothing can m

    Meet the irresistible Highland Rebel 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 And nothing can make him return except perhaps a certain blue eyed lassie Ellie Graham is his tour manager But when she s swept back almost 300 years into the past and into treachery, oMeet the irresistible Highland Rebel 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 And nothing can make him return except perhaps a certain blue eyed lassie Ellie Graham is his tour manager But when she s swept back almost 300 years into the past and into treachery, only Ian and his passion can save her.

    1 thought on “Highland Rebel

    1. Mediocre Scottish highland time travel romance. Interesting time travel twist but the heat level and chemistry between the h/h is tepid at best. I gave up about halfway through and skipped to the last chapterh.

    2. 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. During one of his concerts Ellie realizes she's in love with Ian but a past hurt causes her to block out her feelings for him.When Ellie accidentally travels back three centuries, Ian follows to save her and they both end up engaged in [...]

    3. Wow Ian sounds delicious - he wears the kilt and plays the pipesooh la la. Ian is from 1711 who time travels to 2008. He is the lead singer / bagpipe player in a very prosperous Celtic band. His road manager, Ellie is in love with him and unexpectedly travels back in time to 1734. Ian follows to save her and gets entangled in the Jacobite rising against England's enslavement of Scotland.I really enjoyed this book. Really, what's not to loveScotsmen, kilts, bagpipes and time travel. Definitely my [...]

    4. This had a bit of the Outlander feel with the trying to change the future of Scotland. A few twists and turns that were not anticipated which I like.

    5. The heroine has decided that for the sake of her heart and her sanity, she must quit her job as tour manager for the biggest celtic rock band and get as far away from the lead singer as possible. When she started her position, she found herself madly and hopeless in love with the man. He is sweet and kind and completely wrong for her. He is hansom and charismatic and women fall over themselves to be with him. Why would he want a slightly overweight and emotionally fearful woman who never allows [...]

    6. Ian became a bit of a dipstick. Guess I've watched Back to the Future too many times - there's always a chance that your changing the past might alter your own future. In this case his changing his family's future might cause her to cease to exist. So he's resolutely going about trying to change things, trying to send her back to her own time, and she's trying to convince him to stop and come with her. At least there were no editing mistakes.I had a bit more difficulty believing she'd totally dr [...]

    7. I love Tess Mallory's books, and this is her latest. It's full of adventure, romance, and fun. When I got to the last chapter, I stopped reading for awhile because I didn't want it to come to an end. A real page turner. Not to be missed!

    8. I didn't connect with the characters as much as I normally would in a book. I don't know if its because the author was getting tired of the series and wasn't feeling all that connected herself or what. I usually love reading Tess Mallory books but I struggled through this one.

    9. This was okay, Its one of those one day reads that you spread out over a week. But an enjoyable story. PLus Highlander does = Hot. I recommend this if you want a light read after you have readmany other Highlander time travel novels.

    10. This had the potential to be a GREAT story, but something was lacking. Ian was inconsistent, Ellie was scared of loving, I didn't really believe the chemistry between them.

    11. Predictable, but if you're stuck in an airport with nothing better to do, it'll pass the time fairly painlessly.

    12. This is a heartwarming time travel story. It is predictable, but I enjoyed it very much. I understand this is part of a series, but read very well as a stand alone.

    13. I enjoyed this book I thought was excellent how to two different people found each other and fell in love with each other

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