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Captured by the Highlander by Julianne MacLean
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May 29, 12

Read in May, 2012

when i first read the plot of this book i was like "Woo! it's great... i am about to love it" but right know, after i've finished it, i am about "Okay i was good, but it could've been better"

As i start reading the book i loved Duncan's character. He was as i was imagine a warrior would be, but then as the story went ahead my opinion about him fell apart.
okay i see love makes weaker but seriously!? You can't change everything that you are all in the name of love and especially for someone who doesn't seem to understand who you are and what you've through...i didn't like that part and to be true it also disappointed me!!

As for Amelia's character: She really got on my nerves. She was spoiled and she didn't understand a thing about Duncan's past. I tried to like her, i really did, i always tried to look on the bright sight side of her actions but finally i couldn't do that any more...

I am sorry if my review is a little mean but that's my point of view...
i don't regret reading this book but it's gonna take 2 stars from me!

(P.S sorry about my English i'm from Greece)
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message 1: by Vallsykes (last edited Jul 27, 2013 04:33PM) (new) - rated it 3 stars

Vallsykes okay i see love makes weaker but seriously!? You can't change everything that you are all in the name of love and especially for someone who doesn't seem to understand who you are and what you've through

Well said. My feelings on the matter as well. It is unfortunate because some elements of the book were really great. Good review, Andie.


message 2: by Sean (new) - added it

Sean Toole She didn't seem to try and understand his reasons for doing things. I agree people shouldn't have to become someone else for love.


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