The Highlander's Bargin(Loch Moigh, #2)
By Barbara Longley
Before he can settle down, blond-haired, blue-eyed Robley of clan MacKintosh needs to taste true adventure. So when the faerie, Madame Giselle, asks him to retrieve her stolen property in exchange for two enchanted tokens that will whisk him across the centuries, he jumps at the chance.
Nurse and future midwife Erin Durie is broke and alone, thanks to a roommate who skipped town and the psychic gifts that make relationships too intense and painful to bear. Then a kilted man magically drops into her arms, looking for a guide to the twenty-first century, and she can’t deny the attraction. But magical treachery soon throws open time’s portal once more—and puts a blade to Robley’s throat. Now Erin must decide where—or when—her healing powers can do the most good…and whether she can live without her handsome Highlander.
Sweet read. I listened to it till it got to the end and I had to see what was going to happen and I couldn't wait till I was driving or walking.
Reverse time travel this time. More action and some twists to boot. Loved the characters and we got to meet new ones.
Robley was so funny with his experiencing new things. I laughed at loud. The change for him had to be shocking and wondrous at the same time. His experience riding in a car...had me laughing outloud. He of course stayed true to his macho/alpha males self and fell in love with a motorcycle. His love for Erin was sweet and he was sexy as hell!
Erin was such and independent woman who had to find out that you can be that woman, yet still love and depend on your man. She was a good "guide" for Robley. She found strength she never new she had!