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Yours For Eternity (MacNachton Vampires, #7) (Guardians of Eternity #6.5)

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In this sizzling new collection, three women fall under the spell of three irresistible vampires who promise to satisfy their every desire. . . "Highland Blood" by Hannah Howell

When Adeline Dunbar finds an abandoned baby on her doorstep, she sets out to find his clan. Attacked by a group of demon hunters, Adeline tries to flee her rescuer, vampire Lachann MacNachton. But e
ebook, 352 pages
Published September 6th 2011 by Zebra Books (first published August 24th 2010)
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Laura the Highland Hussy
"Highland Blood" by Hannah Howell-4 stars.
Definitely her best work yet, no doubt. It ended a bit abruptly, but I loved the red-haired "witch" (healer) who saved and tried to rear a vampire halfling. And after a couple years, when she realized he needed more than she could give, she tried to find the MacNachton clan...and did. But not before she got chased down by the Hunters (humans who feel they're doing God's work by exterminating the vampires). That's when our hero stepped in and saved her
♡ Sassy ~ Amy ♡
Hannah Howell...

Her book was good. I am only disappointed that her vampire books are always anthology books or cowritten with other people. All of her vmpires are about very poor scottish people (men, women & children) & the coversations are very, uh.., whats the word?, well, it is written with the thick dilect that takes much longer to get through because you almost need to interpret it.

He vampires are on the hunt for the half breeds living among the humans. Most humans are mean to the
Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)
~ 4 Yours For Eternity Stars ~

I read this book a long time ago. It got me interested in reading Hannah Howell and Alexandria Ivy’s books, unfortunately I did not enjoy Kaitlin O’Riley’s story. At the time I read this I was not reviewing, now I am and have re-read Yours For Eternity. I loved Highland Blood & Taken by Darkness. I could not bring myself to re-read Immortal Dreams. Each story takes place in the past and they don’t play a part in the series, so easily they can standalone. If yo
I read this anthology because I am reading Alexandra Ivy's Guardians of Eternity this has a short story to be read after book 6 Beyond the darkness. Levet mentions in the 6th book he had ran into Jinn before and in this short story we go back in time and to England where he has befriended Juliet and when he ends up in trouble then her mate and her help out. So again poor Levet is the friend to woman crazy enough to love a vampire. While reading this short book I read the other two stories is thi ...more
Andrea Krka

“That I may have a lot more than fifty years with ye?” She laughed and hugged him. “Oh, Lachann, ’tis wondrous. I shall have years and years and years to love ye. Could anything be more wonderful!”He smiled down at her. “Nay, love, nothing could be more wonderful than years of loving ye and being loved by ye. I look forward to every one of them.”

Highland Blood

With a smooth motion, he swept her off her feet, headed for their bed. The cold emptiness that had claimed his soul centuri
Cherie Jensen
I bought this one to continue my reading of Hannah Howell's series of MacNachton vampires. "Highland Blood" stars Lachann MacNachton and Adeline Dunbar. Adeline has been taking care of a baby who was left to die in the woods by its mother because the father was a MacNachton. She is trying to get the now five year old to Cambrun keep, home of the MacNachtons as she is finding it too difficult to keep the boy safe. She is fierce in her protection of Osgar (I struggled with that name). As with the ...more
Hannah Howell- Highland Blood- Adeline rescues a little boy after seeing the mother leaving him in the woods for the beasties to eat. She is quick to find out Osgar is not a regular child when he bites her wrist. After two years and a 3rd attempt on Osgar's life, Adeline packs up and heads to the Highlands where she heard Osgar's kinsmen on his father's side live. She meets Lachann on the way.

Alexandra Ivy- Taken by Darkness- Includes a character from the Guardians of Eternity series, Levet. St
Vanessa theJeepDiva
I give all 3 separate stories 3 stars. I bought the book so I could continue following the Alexandra Ivy Guardians of Eternity series. Taken by Darkness (Ivy's) does not really play a role in the series. Levet is the only character in common with the novels. All 3 stories in this book are historical. I am not a fan of historical. The stories are interesting & wrote well. I just feel I could have not bought this book & carried on reading the Guardians of Eternity books without missing out ...more
This is part of MacNachton Vampire with Hannah Howell - RECOMMENDED reading order:

1. The Eternal Highlander (2004) (with Lynsay Sands)
2. Highland Vampire (2005) (with Adrienne Basso and Deborah Raleigh)
3. My Immortal Highlander (2006) (with Lynsay Sands)
4. Highland Thirst (2007) (with Lynsay Sands)
5. Nature of the Beast (2008) (with Adrienne Basso and Eve Silver)
6. Highland Beast (2009) (with Victoria Dahl, Heather Grothaus)
7. Yours For Eternity (2010)(with Alexandra Ivy and Kaitlin O'Riley)
Jayne dArcy
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Barbara ★
I was disappointed in this gathering of paranormal stories. Hannah Howell's Highland Blood was excellent but the other two stories were boring and predictable.

Hannah Howell does for vampires what she did for Highlanders! Incredible heroines and gorgeous, sexy, manly Scots. Yummy! Not knowing what Osgar is, Adeline Dunbar adopts him and then must deliver him to his people since her people are trying to kill him and by default, her. She is rescued from the hunters by Lachann MacNachton, a vampire
Dark, sexy and immortal, who wouldn't want one to keep one of these fangsome guys for an eternity. Yours For Eternity was an enjoyable collection of historical vampire romances - that made me wish for more.

"Highland Blood" - Hannah Howell - When it is clear that her unusual foster son, Osgard, will never be safe Adeline leaves behind everything to try to return him to his father's clan the notorious MacNachtons. Fortunately, Lachann MacNachton, coincidentally on a missing to find the `lost ones
Highland Blood - Hannah Howell. Another one of the Lost Ones is found. Adeline Dunbar witnesses a ruthless woman abandon her own son. She decides that she cannot just ignore this and rescues the three year old. The woman did not even bother to name him and Adeline (even after discovering that he is not an ordinary little boy) decides to adopt (for lack of a better word) him. For several years, they live together in the same village he was abandoned in, but when the attacks on the DEMON get to be ...more
First of all, Thank you Laurie-Highland Hussy for recommending this to me. I loved it.

4 1/2 STARS

For being and anthology I was very surprised. Usually I find 1 story worth reading, in this one they were all good.

Highland Blood by Hannah Howell
A wonderful story about an outcast woman (Adeline Dunbar) and an abandoned baby. Lachann MacNachton comes along and it's action, some very heated moments and more action. It also has the Scottish dialect, that at times is a little difficult to grasp, but
This is a collection of three stories:(Will review the other two at a later time)

Review of "Taken by Darkness" by Alexandra Ivy (Guardians of Eternity #6.5)
200 years ago in London, the Maquis Victor DeRosa the vampire clan leader returns from Venice after a failed attempt to get the beautiful Juliet out of his mind. Juliet who is under the protection of a human witch and uses her to seek out magical objects making Juliet a very valued commodity. Victor seeks her out as soon as he returns, only t
Yours For Eternity anthology by Alexandra Ivy, Kaitlin O'Riley, Hannah Howell
Contains Guardians of Eternity #6.5 by Alexandra Ivy
Contains MacNachton #5 by Hannah Howell

Highland Blood- by Hannah Howell MacNachton #5
Medieval heroic Scottish vampires, complete with lots of bad guys and bad girls, an adorable baby vampire, and a witch with a good heart. Good story.

Taken by Darkness- by Alexandra Ivy, Guardians of Eternity #6.5
The story of how Juliet Lawrence, daughter of a witch, and Victor, Marquis
I got this one for the Alexandra Ivy entry, but I ended up reading all three.

It was my first Hannah Howell book, and I found it a decent read, even though all of the "ken" and "kenning" and other brogue-ing didn't flow that well for me. Other than that, it was a decent story with quite likable characters.

Kaitlin O'Riley's reincarnation/vampire story was quite decent as well. It had a bit of a different spin on things that I found quite interesting.

My favorite of the three was the Alexandra Ivy
I enjoyed the stories from Hannah Howell and Alexandra Ivy, but not so much Kaitlin O'Riley's, the latter being a new author for me.
Howell is someone I haven't read for quite a while whom I used to enjoy and I really should again. The highlander/beast combo always work for me.
Ivy's contribution is a historical set in her Guardians of Eternity world featuring Victor, London's Vampire Clan Chief with a guest appearance by the irrepressible gargoyle Levet. Quite entertaining.
As for O'Riley's, I ju
Deborah Vespo
Three vampire shorts, not bad - just read because I haven't read a vampire book for a while and I like Hannah Howell. It's a fun bit of fluff for the mind! :)
Just read the last story since I haven't read the series the first two are part of. It was okay, nothing spectacular.
Not 5 stars because of the last story but otherwise it was amazing!
Crystal Martinez
I enjoyed the first and second story not so much the last one.
Not my favorite, but still a good book!
4.5 stars
OK, this is really a Regency Paranormal Romance collection. Had I known that ahead of time I might not have read it. Except that one of the stories is book #6.5 in Alexandra Ivy's Guardians of Eternity series so I kind of had to read it. Overall though, it's a good collection and I don't regret having read all 3 stories. I'll actively pursue reading more of Hannah Howell's MacNachton series, this story was #7 in the series. I think I'll like it if it's anything like this short.
Laurie Bongiorno
I only read Alexandra Ivy so far, but it was good. I had just finished the seventh book with "Sweet Laylah" and this started off with "Sweet Juliet" I thought I was going to puke, but then he switched to calling her "Little One". Whew! I also noticed some same phrases when reading them so close together, e.g. "Oh, so you like it rough." Regardless, it was enjoyable - I am beginning to appreciate Historical romances and when you add some crazy paranormal action - it is all good.
I rated the Anthology by my personal preference of the story because there were no complaints about the writing style and all three get 5 starts in that compartment. I am familiar with the first two and would probably check the work of Kaitlin O'Riely.
"Highland Blood" by Hannah Howell- 4.5 stars
"Taken by Darkness" by Alexandra Ivy - 3.5 stars
"Immortal Dreams" by Kaitlin O'Riely- 3.5 stars
Would recommend, enjoyable read.
Mary Tillman
I enjoyed "Highland Blood" by Hannah Howell. The unique approach of a clan of Highland vampires was very intriguing.

"Taken by Darkness" by Alexandra Ivy
I loved the tension and interplay between Juliet and Victor. I will look for additional works by Ms. Ivy.

"Immortal Dreams" by Kaitlin O'Riley
Hmm - this one didn't appeal as much. I've never really been into the whole reincarnated issued.
Love the story of Victor and Juliet in 1800´s London and Levet made an appearance =)
Immortal dreams by Kaitlin O-Riley was a great short story, she had me biting my nails by the end.
Highland Blood by Hannah Howell was also great, Adeline and Lachlann in the 1500´s Highlands rescuing a vampire child from Hunters to his family. I need to look into their other books, too.. .
Michelle Tempted By Books
I only read Alexandra Ivy's "Taken by Darkness".

A good addition to the series. Alexandra's wonderful writing and likable characters. This time we meet Dante's brother, and takes place in the 1800s. He meets his mate but doesn't believe it at first. I liked that it provided a background for characters that made an appearance in the next book.
This review is written in regards to Alexandra Ivy's Taken by Darkness, Guardians of Eternity #6.5.

This Guardians short story added to the series in a lovely way. Victor and Juliet were a perfect pair. I would have appreciated a litttle more steam, if you know what I mean, which is the only reason I rated this a 4 instead of 5.
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Hannah Dustin Howell is a best-selling American author of over 40 historical romance novels. Many of her novels are set in medieval Scotland. She also writes under the names Sarah Dustin, Sandra Dustin, and Anna Jennet (see below).

She has also used the following pseudonyms:
Anna Jennet, Sarah Dustin and Sandra Dustin
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