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Ever My Love

(MacLeod #10)

4.07  ·  Rating details ·  652 ratings  ·  101 reviews
Two people are caught up in love—and in time—in the latest novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Stars in Your Eyes.

In search of a fresh start, Emma Baxter has traveled to Scotland to try to forget her rocky love life. Luckily, the gorgeous Highlander who owns the house up the path from her rental cottage might be exactly the kind of distraction she needs. Bu
Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages
Published April 4th 2017 by Jove
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Apr 10, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: time-travel
Lynn Kurland has a very distinct style, and there is no one quite like her! Ever My Love is written as a standalone, but I highly, highly, HIGHLY recommend you read the others (by publication date) first, as there are a lot of characters in this, and it's easy to get lost if you're not familiar with them.

As a longtime fan of Kurland's, I had big hopes for this novel, and Ever My Love did not disappoint. Because she packs so many breadcrumbs into the storyline, I find that I always have to read h
Sha Mslvoe
I was completely hooked and can't stop reading until i was finished. My top favourite author of all time. 😍😍
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No rating. DNF @37%

I received an Advance Copy from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
Apr 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: re-read, kurland-lynn
This book was first published 4/4/2017. Of course, I read it that day. Today (my 1st re-read) is 10/25/2019. That is 2-1/2 years since she last published a de Piaget/MacLeod book. Usually, the wait for a book is only one year. Something must be up and I do hope Ms. Kurland is okay.
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I have been a fan of Lynn Kurland for years. I picked her A Dance In Time on a whim and was instantly hooked. To this day it remains one of my favorite time travel romances and I often reread it. Kurland’s wonderful voice has created a fascinating and convoluted world drenched in medieval charm with delightful narrative, witty characters, and delightful storylines. She is perfect for those who enjoy adventurous romances with
Ever My Love was an enjoyable time travel romance! I know I’m going to enjoy a book when the prologue grabs my attention, and this one surely grabbed my attention. It’s a very important part of the story!

Emma has come to Scotland after a horrible break up with her ex-boyfriend and losing a business she built from the ground up. She thinks this will give her peace and guide her in the next direction of her life. She has no idea that this trip will completely change her life. Nathaniel is the tow
Heather andrews
Jan 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Emma was cute the girl would give anyone whiplash, “I wasn’t thinking about you,” she said, then she paused. “Well, I was thinking about you, but not in the way you’re thinking I was thinking.” Nathaniel was such a huge flirt, “when I’m dead, darling, and even then I imagine I’ll have aught to say. I think I can manage a shower on my own, though I’m not opposed to company.” I really liked this book, I loved Emma and Nathaniel.
Apr 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites, 2017
If I could live my life over again, I'd want to be the heroine in one of Lynn's books ❤ romance doesn't get any better than this.
Kathy Davie
Fourteenth in the MacLeod Family historical romance series and revolving around time-traveling Highlanders. The couple focus is on Emma Baxter and Nathaniel MacLeod.

My Take
This was fun and a definite departure from the usual storyline in the De Piaget/MacLeod series, and not only because Kurland is stretching out past the de Piagets and core MacLeods.

The story begins with an emotional hook with in media res and uses chunks of backstory to inform us how Emma got here. Which still didn't make sens
Rachel Reads Ravenously
DNF at about Chapter 13

I actually wrote a longer review and then my internet went out and it didn't get saved. Anyways, I found this book a tad bit confusing and at almost halfway through the book there didn't seem to be a coherent plot.

Many people will love this but it just wasn't for me.

Copy for review provided by the publisher
Ruth Ellen
Apr 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Emma goes to Scotland and is looking for a dream and some rest. She is really running from a bad relationship. Nathaniel is trying to stay on step or more away from fortune hunters while taking trip into 1300's side trips. They met unexpectedly and things speed up. See how it turns out and be ready to meet auld friends. I loved this book. I missed Patrick, Ian and Jaime.
Apr 20, 2017 rated it liked it
Plot: 3/5
Characterisation: 3/5
Prose: 4/5
How much I enjoyed it: 3/5
It's a classic Lynn Kurland. However, I'm enjoying her latest few offering lesser and lesser as the main characters seemed interchangeable.
Apr 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: henrico-ebook
I enjoyed this more than some of the other more recent Macleod books. It has a similar feels to Kurlands' Nine Kingdoms books, where the women are intrepid and rescue themselves and their menfolk a good deal, rather than being passive and waiting for a man to bail them out.
I loved the latest entry into the MacLeod series. Emma is an American looking for a fresh start after a bad break up. The trip to Scotland was just what she wanted for inspiration. Emma is a bit of a romantic, hence her visit to magical Scotland, but she is also a fairly practical woman. When she first arrived in the village she overheard conversations in the pub talking about the odd things that happen, comments about the local laird and his brother and who they really are, and a few other thin ...more
Sarah Grass
Jul 31, 2019 rated it liked it
Kurland's writing is SO charming! I LOVE her overly protective chilverous heroes and all the amusing banter in her books! And I love the duel viewpoints.

But there is a reason why I haven't read one of her medieval books in a while. The plotlines and characters have become extremely repetitive unfortunately (like the Nine Kingdoms series). This novel in addition was all over the place and didn't make much sense. (Why would Nat be so incredulous to believing Patrick and Jamie were lairds from the
I just loved this story.
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May 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Feb 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I love Lynn Kurland. I can honestly say that she is my favorite author and I wait, with baited breath, for her new books! I love all her heroes and heroines! Such sass. Such chivalry. Such wit. Nathaniel and Emma are adorable, and I loved every minute of their story. I also love the weaving of beloved characters from prior books into the current story. Reading her books makes me want to go back to Scotland and find me a Highlander in an enchanted forest. :D
Oct 05, 2017 rated it it was ok
I picked this up for the time travel aspect, as it was a recommended read - thought I'd give it a whirl. The writing is engaging and for the first third-ish of the book the plot moves nicely. The world and characters are fairly well built and plausible. There are a few oddities in the beginning sections - one is the bit where the main male protagonist decides to leave suddenly and careens into a vehicle. These scenes, given the characters actions beforehand are jarring and don't fit - it reads l ...more
Jun 06, 2017 rated it liked it
I always enjoy reading one of Lynn Kurland’s books and Ever My Love was no exception.

Emma Baxter travels across the pond to experience the “Scotland in my dreams” and find inspiration to rebuild her jewelry business back up again. Nathaniel MacLeod is a recluse literally living a double life. For the past five years, Fate it seems has dragged him back and forth through time – between present day and 14th century Scotland – for reasons he cannot begin to fathom. When the two meet under the most u
Nov 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Never gets old 💖💖

I have loved each and every MacLeod and DePiaget book in their respective series. James MacLeod having started it all. Easy to adore these gruff on the exterior, teddy bear on the inside Medieval highlanders suddenly living in modern times. Between modern spouses and in laws now in the know, the circle keeps growing of family aware of the magical land on their property. Nathaniel MacLeod however is unique to the previous MacLeod males. For one, he's never met the others. Nor doe
May 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: books-2017
Although the usual time travel novel one expects from Ms Kurland, this one was really very good. Nathaniel is wealthy (but then all of the men are in these books) and yet he lives in a little cottage in the Highlands. His life is full of adventure as he is thrust back into time, over and over again. He learns to fight and survive in the late 1300's, and yet returns to his own time after he accomplished whatever his "duty" was on that journey.

Emma is in Scotland on a personal trip, getting away f
Feb 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
After finishing all 11 books that are currently out from Kurland's fantasy series on the Nine Kingdoms, I was curious about her other series. This is the 14th book in the time travelling romance series but I didn't suffer for not having read the previous installments. Not usually a romance reader, I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. A strong heroine who's running to her independence and a tall, handsome fellow who happens to travel to ancient Scotland every other day were the stars ...more
Jun 21, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Lynn Kurland's time-travel romances have become rather formulaic - she has clearly been running out of ideas for some time. They're still fun for those who have read all the previous books, and I will continue to read them, but this one was rather lackluster and longer than necessary. The characters were okay, but took too long avoiding the issue of the time-travelling - seriously, the procrastination was just not believable. The chemistry between the protagonists was also lacking, though sweet ...more
Sep 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Nathaniel MacLeod & Emma Baxter
it is good to get a new story in this series and to have James, Patrick and Ian make cameos even better. I loved it! There was a bit of a mystery to solve for Nathaniel since he seems to be caught in a loop when it comes to a year 1387. Emma comes to Scotland for a bit of an escape/vacation and finds herself traveling back in time herself when she takes a walk in the woods. Neither Emma nor Nathaniel want to believe that others can do it until they had no other cho
Mary Beth
Jun 25, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was a lovely romance even though all the people are beautiful and rich. It has some humor and fun banter between the characters. There are things about the heroine that made me want to scream, she is running away from a bad relationship but then makes stupid decisions about imminent danger. Oh well, there has to be a damsel in distress right? I was hoping it was just the hero in distress with a strong woman to save him...oh yeah that can happen, too. Overall, it is a light hearted romance w ...more
Rhonda Soukup
Aug 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
This book was the Lynn Kurland I loved from the beginning. Instead of just a tale, this book had some surprise mysteries and a solving of those mysteries. I liked the fact that both characters were from the modern day and not one from the past and one from the future. As much as I like all the past characters from other books and how they're related, I especially liked that the two characters in this book weren't related to anyone. I was getting tired of the convenient hooking up of family membe ...more
Jun 11, 2018 rated it liked it
A few years ago I read any Lynn Kurland book I could find and I loved them so much. Then I just got busy and fell behind any new releases. I was finally able to read Ever My Love, and I must say, I was pretty disappointed.

I’m not sure if I just had a better memory of the books or I just had too high of expectations because it’s been a few years. Nothing was wrong with it; I just didn’t find it as interesting as I remember with Kurland’s other books. It definitely didn’t pull me in, and I was bor
Feb 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
"Ever My Love" by Lynn Kurland 2017
Family Linage in the books of MacLeod #10
This is a Time Travel Story about Nathaniel MacLeod and Emma Baxter.
Emma Baxter needed a new start so she came to Scotland. Around the village an illusive handsome bachelor lived up in the hills. It just so happens he lived around the bend of the cottage she is staying in.
Nathaniel had a gift...Time Traveling. The only trouble is that it can happen at any time. Emma happened to step thru a time travel door and see him.
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  • My Heart Stood Still (MacLeod, #3; de Piaget/MacLeod, #8)
  • A Garden in the Rain (MacLeod, #4; de Piaget/MacLeod, #10)
  • Much Ado in the Moonlight (MacLeod, #9; de Piaget/MacLeod, #12)
  • When I Fall in Love (de Piaget, #4; MacLeod, #6; de Piaget/MacLeod, #13)
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