USA TODAY best-selling Morna's Legacy Set #1 contains the following books from the Morna's Legacy Series:
Love Beyond Time (Book 1): When Texas Kindergarten teacher Brielle Montgomery accompanies her archaeologist mother on a dig in Scotland, they discover a secret spell room below the castle ruins. Bri finds herself transported back in time and suddenly married to the castle's ill-fated Laird. Now, she must work to change the fate of his people, not only to save herself, but to rescue the man she's come to love.
Love Beyond Reason (Book 2): When the only woman to ever steal Arran Conall's heart falls prey to ancient magic, she is transported to a time centuries ahead of him. Believing she is gone forever, he marries another to save her from an evil suitor, but his love for Blaire haunts him. Hundreds of years in the future, Blaire MacChristy lives each day adjusting to modern life. When visitors from her past arrive asking her to return, Blaire takes a chance on love. Will fate find a way to mend their broken hearts? Will they be able to stop the darkness that is coming for them both?
A Conall Christmas (Book 2.5): Christmas is approaching, and Adelle is determined to make it the best one Conall Castle has ever seen, but loneliness haunts her. Hew Moray has spent the last 20 years all alone. When a storm causes him to seek shelter at Conall Castle, he meets the first lass since the death of his wife to make his heart flutter in his chest once again. Can he release himself from his past grief to allow another love to enter his life? If he does, will his love be returned?
Love Beyond Hope (Book 3): After Mitsy's divorce, she flies to Scotland to forget about her own problems by helping her best friend. She finds few who know how to take her fiery personality in the 17th century, but she finds her match in Baodan, laird of McMillan Castle.
©2014 Bethany Claire (P)2016 Bethany Claire
I guess after being a fan of the Outlander series, my expectations were a little high. The quality of the dialogue, the predictability of each happy ending, it was just like a fairy tale written for teenagers.
Predictably written and terribly performance by the narrator. the accents were not authentic. I'd give it .5 stars if I could.
Moved to Stratford Ontario in 2014. Listen to my stories at night in bed mostly. Like narrators that aren't too loud or shrill!
These stories were a pleasant surprise! Love time travel, and Scottish backgrounds!
Wish there were more from Bethany Claire and Lily Collingwood
Such an enjoyable set of stories and endearing cast of characters. Most enjoyably being able to seamlessly travel from one escapade to another without encumbrance. Knowing the rest of the series is available as a boxset only heightens my desire to experience the remaining trists of Morna's Legacy in the same manner as I did the first, only the audible companion does not yet exist, so I must reiterate my above sentiment: MORE PLEASE...
The story was fair, very predictable. My main problem was with the reader's accents....she had an incredibly good Irish brogue, too bad this was Scotland! I've been to both places and believe me they are not alike!! It was very disconcerting to me and more or less ruined the books.
My favorite books are 'Historical Romance'. A good book takes you away from your everyday life & puts you in the middle of an adventure.
Don't pass this box set by. Fantastic time travel historical romance. I loved each story.
The performance of the narrator was great. I was a little disappointed that Brie's husband Owen was hardly even mentioned in Mittsy's story. but look forward to the next series.
I love the job of narrating Lily Collingwood has done for the stories in the box set of Morna's Legacy. I greatly enjoyed the stories for the presentation and the fun of it all. I hope there will be more to you Scottish Time Travel Romance series
Music! I love good, sentimental music.. it takes me to places that I'll never get to go.
Loved it! The characters were interesting and I love history... best of both worlds! Definitely will find more by this author.
Apart from the narrator, whose accent got nowhere near Scotland but drifted to New York Irish and back, the storyline was weak with the women inadequately drawn and the male characters unbelievable. I would suggest that the writer do some research and she will discover that Gaelic was the spoken and written language in the Highlands at that time and that no one would have understood a word her American characters were speaking.
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