All Ahryn wanted was to find a way back to her realm, to
her people. Ahryn was a fae that had been captured by a
human and taken far from the only family she had known. So
when she sees Lugus she knows he is the one that can help
rescue her from Marcus. She needs him to help her get the
Celtic slave bracelet off of her wrist. Since she is away
from the realm of fae her powers are not working and she
needs to rely on someone like Lugus to help her. Ahryn
feels that Lugus can help to open up the gateway to her
home. But what Ahryn never dreamed or thought possible was
feeling the passion that explodes between her and Lugus.
See Lugus has his own hidden painful past. Lugus had a lot
on his back with feeling responsible for horrible things
that were done to the fae realm. After those acts he had
been banished and hated by many of his beloved people. Now
Scotland has become his home. All Lugus wants now is to be
left alone licking his wounds, but that all changes when he
sets his eyes on Ahryn. Fate has more in store for Lugus, a
chance at love. Will Lugus take what fate is offering him?
Or will he throw it away like he has done many other things
in his life.
Highland Fires grabbed me from the first few pages. I love
the way Donna Grant showed that even bad boys can redeem
themselves. That is what she did with Lugus. All it takes
is a woman's love and love can conquer all, if you let it.
Once a powerful Fae and heir to the throne of the Fae, Lugus has been given a second chance by his brother the Fae king. No longer immortal, Lugas makes his home off the coast of Scotland as he struggles to cope with his foul deeds and memories of a love that was never his.
A hunted woman…
Ahryn has been bound to the realm of Earth by an ancient Celtic slave bracelet that prevents her from using any of her Fae magic. As her hope dwindles, she spots Lugus and knows he is her last chance. Though he was banished from the realm of the Fae and stripped of his immortality, she trusts him with her life...and her heart.