Highlander's Bride - Lexy Timms

Highlander's Bride

By Lexy Timms

  • Release Date: 2016-10-11
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 3.5
From 629 Ratings



One moment in time was all it took...

She shouldn’t be here… She can’t even recall how she got here.

Except for the dream. Mya Boyle remembers the dream. She knows it’s somehow connected to her past, her present and the future.

Mya woke one morning in a field, a stag grazing close by as if it didn’t even notice her. She lay bare, like a babe from the womb, except for a wool blanket wrapped around her tightly.

A grown woman with no memory, no family, no money, nothing. Kayden McGregor found her while hunting. He was after the stag and nearly shot her with his arrow instead. Unable to leave her to the wolves of his clan, he took her to his home.

He resents her. She can’t bare to look at him. Or stop herself from staring when he doesn’t notice. Trapped, and yet somehow destined to be together.

Remember enough of the past… You may be able to control your future.

Moment in Time Series:
#1 - Highlander's Bride
#2 - Victorian Bride
#3 - Modern Bride

#4 - A Royal Bride

#5 - Forever the Bride


  • Needs An actual storyline

    By Little Debbie Shortcake
    Not much plot to the story. It was pretty much porn on paper. No plot just sex. And It ends on a cliffhanger.
  • Ridiculous

    By haliwaru
    I stopped reading at 1%. I can read and enjoy the fantasy of time travel but no woman is going to wake up in a field completely nude and then carry on a conversation with a stranger much less a stranger with a bow and arrow. It’s a ludicrous premise. The best books even the fantastical use logic to develop characters and storylines so the reader can relate and/or place themselves within the story.
  • No good

    By areader0812
    I think authors are no longer interested in writing quality interesting books nor have they given much thought to the plots or dialogues. Some books are just rubbish. It would seem that their interest is just in the quantity of books they put out. I suppose it’s to appease whatever contract they have, which is no good for the readers. We spend our money only to realize that we bought garbage.
  • Highlanders bride

    By furealfrans
    Time waste.
  • Yuck!!!

    By Puamyron
    If you want a 50 shades of grey type book...go for it. No story line at all. Mostly all sex with modern day language. Book ends abruptly trying to get you to move onto the next in the series. I will not be reading anything else by this author.
  • No

    By straighttalker198
  • Highlander’s Bride

    By mccannj
    There was no real plot line to this book, although there were plenty of chances that could’ve allowed it. The sex scenes belong in a pornographic book, they were so detailed and drawn out. So much of it included words and depictions that we’re not of that era. I was stunned when reading that he had left her a note on the table stating that he was going out for the day so much of it included words and depictions that we’re not of that era. I was stunned when reading that he had left her a note on the table stating that he was going out for awhile! Who at that time I was able to read, much less have writing utensils?! It’s seem to me that the writer merely wanted to write about sex. Some entire chapters were totally engrossed in the same sex scene from the previous chapter! Some of the chapters were so very short, except for the long drawn out sex scene chapters. What a great disappointment this book and this author are.
  • Too much sex

    By Gramm j.
    I love the time traveling books but when the sex scenes go out 2+ chapters, that’s a bit much. Would like more of how one copes with being out of time problems.
  • Highlander’s Bride

    By TPL08055
    Annoying to be left hanging like a bad TV series. Not impressed
  • Sexy read

    By singneon
    I love time travel romance. This story is very different than any TTR I have ever read. The time travel scene was missing, huh? It's actually a story about a woman who has lost her memory other than knowing her name, she is found by a highlander and they grow to love one another. There's a white stag that seems to have something to do with it all but it's all unfinished as the story abruptly ends. The author graciously gave a peek into the next story in this series however I'm not a fan of cliffhangers and prefer HEA so I didn't even bother to read it. The story had potential, Kayden is compassionate & sexy, Mya fits right in and they eventually get nice & cozy, their sex scenes are off the charts erotic, all I needed was clarity on the time travel aspect and at least a HFN.