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Author: Meagan McKinney
ISBN: 0440203015
Subcategory: Historical
Publisher Dell (November 1, 1988)
Language English
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.9
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My Wicked Enchantress book. Ruth Leslie Goodman Roberson, well-known as Meagan McKinney gave up a thriving career as a biologist to become a full-time romance writer.

My Wicked Enchantress book. She is author of over 20 critically acclaimed novels. Divorced, she lives with her two children in in New Orleans, Louisiana. Books by Meagan McKinney.

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Also by Meagan McKinney. No Choice but Surrender. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photo-copying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without the written permission of the Publisher, except where permitted by law. The trademark Dell" is registered in the . Patent and. Trademark Office. ISBN: 0-440-20870-X Printed in the. United States of America. Published simultaneously in. Canada May 1991.

Megan McKinney's My Wicked Enchantress is a book I couldn't put down. The story is so wonderfully realistic that you feel like you are living it. McKinney takes the Reader through a journey of enchantment from Mhor Castle of the Highlands to New Orleans and back again.

Meagan McKinney is the author of numerous romantic novels, including Till Dawn Tames the Night, Lions andLace, Fair Is the Rose, and The Ground . McKinney is a winner of the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award.

Meagan McKinney is the author of numerous romantic novels, including Till Dawn Tames the Night, Lions andLace, Fair Is the Rose, and The Ground She Walks Upon. Her historical romance, No Choice But Surrender, won the Romantic Times Award for Best Historical Romance by a New Writer and her second novel, My Wicked Enchantress, was a finalist for the Romance Writers of America’s RITA Award. 1988) A novel by Meagan McKinney

My Wicked Enchantress. 1988) A novel by Meagan McKinney. USA Today bestselling author Meagan McKinney delivers a lush and evocative page-turner filled with complex and compelling characters, a vivid sense of place, and just the kind of adventure-filled, intriguing plot that are her hallmarks. In her dreams, she is Kayleigh again. She and her twin sister Morna are happy and carefree at Mhor Castle in the Scottish Highlands, their biggest concern whether to wear silks or taffeta.

Meagan McKinney is the author of numerous romantic novels, including Till Dawn Tames the Night, Lions and Lace, Fair Is the Rose, and The Ground .

Meagan McKinney is the author of numerous romantic novels, including Till Dawn Tames the Night, Lions and Lace, Fair Is the Rose, and The Ground She Walks Upon. Bibliografische Informationen.

Seth Morgan was sophisticated, sensual, sinfully wealthy-and completely out of Kirsten Meadows's reach. Although the powerful playboy tycoon took her breath away, Kirsten didn't mix business with pleasure, so Seth was off-limits to his personal assistant. Ride horseback through dangerous Montana high country with infuriating AJ Clayburn as her guide? Fine-if that would help reporter Jacquelyn Rousseau get her story and prove to the rugged rodeo champ she was anything but an uppity debutante!

In her dreams, she is Kayleigh again. She and her twin sister Morna are happy and carefree at Mhor Castle in the Scottish Highlands. Erased from her memory is the terrible day Morna was murdered and Kayleigh barely escaped with her own life. Now, she is Kestrel, a pickpocket in New Orleans--and still running from danger when she meets St. Bride Ferringer, a man driven by revenge. He could be the salvation she seeks--or the most treacherous enemy of all. A Rita Award nominee.
Arilak
Another great page-turner from McKinney, this was her second book, first published in 1988. It was a finalist for the Romance Writers of America's Gold Medallion award (now called the RITA).

Set in 18th century Scotland, New Orleans and Georgia, it tells the story of Kayleigh Kerr, who was raised in Mhor Castle near Inverness until the day tragedy struck and her life of affluent nobility was ripped from her. Escaping to America and the slums of New Orleans, she dresses in rags and, to survive becomes a cutpurse named "Kestral." Her only dream is of returning to Scotland and having revenge on the evil cousin Straught who took her life from her. But when she tries to steal from the darkly handsome St. Bride Ferringer, who has just arrived on a ship from France, she finds a man to be reckoned with. St. Bride is really the Duke of Lansdowne in disguise, secretly plotting his own revenge, not coincidentally against the same cousin who has followed Kayleigh to America.

I love a heroine who is beaten down by life but never gives in and holds her head high as she sticks to her principles and her virtue, even if the whole world assumes she's a whore. And who doesn't love a hero who recognizes a diamond in the rough...or rather, a diamond sullied by misfortune? The wild and beautiful Kayleigh becomes St. Bride's obsession and his constant distraction.

This is suspenseful storytelling at its best; and I recommend it.
Biaemi
This was my first read of Meagan Mckinney's. I found it had a sound plot, a devious villian and a handsome prince, in disguise as a possible villiian himself. But we all know!

Kayleigh Kerr from Mhor Castle in Scottland, where tragedy takes the life of her twin sister, and sends Kayleigh running for her life. Her run takes her to Louisiana, where life is the farthest thing from where it should have been.

She is desperate to hide from Straught, her cousin, the man who murdered her sister and is desperate to do the same to her. She wants to believe in St Bride, the man who, though menaceingly at times, is keeping her safe, yet at the same time he is working with Straught. She cannot trust the man who is in league with her enemy, even when his kisses and dark attraction, make her forget everything but him.

This was an entertaining story, I enjoyed it, even during the times I was frustrated with Kayleigh's stubborness. . .
Hanad
Always a great book - awesome writer
Sagda
So awesome!! Been looking for this book a long time!! Love it!!
Cargahibe
Definitely a keeper. One of my all-time favourites. Couldn't stop reading it. The characters are absolutely believable and it is extremely well-written.
Oppebro
This is my favorite book, and one of the very few that I can reread over and over again. I love it.
inetserfer
Life sucks when you're Kayleigh. After spurning a dodgy suitor of a cousin, her twin sister is murdered. Kayleigh knows she's next. But as luck would have it an old playa, aware he's soon to be out of the game, is the one sent to dispatch her to the afterlife, and she sure looks like a nifty retirement plan. Together they flee Scotland, to embark on a new life of crime in New Orleans.

After a year spent picking pockets to supply her drunkard boss with his booze, the unthinkable happens: Kayleigh's murdererous cousin shows up in town. An unsuccesful attempt to rob his companion lets him know of her existence, and he vows to finish the job he started back in Scotland. Confrontation happens. Kayleigh, now known as the Kestrel, runs for her life. Lucky her (don't ya just envy her her luck?), she ends up passed out in the middle of God's country where the man whose purse she was after, St. Bride, finds her, takes her with him, to nurse back to health.

Their relationship is hilarious to read about. They're non-stop fighting because she won't tell him anything about her life and she's forever trying to escape him. St. Bride does not like the word no; he keeps his woman obedient, even if it means he has to put a collar on her like a pet-- which he does. But it's only because he cares. And did I mention Kayleigh possesses a traitorous body? Yeah, one of those.

McKinney has here crafted a love story that was as psychologically interesting as it was endearing. I was a McKinney virgin prior to this novel, and after reading this one and loving it so much, she and I will be doing it again.
Megan McKinney's My Wicked Enchantress is a book I couldn't put down. The story is so wonderfully realistic that you feel like you are living it. McKinney takes the Reader through a journey of enchantment from Mhor Castle of the Highlands to New Orleans and back again. As the heroine runs away from home in order to save her life she has to change her name and begin leaving as a pick pocket in hopes that the one who want to kill her will not go so fas as to look for her on the streets of New Orleans. The Hero on the other hand, goes there to have his vengence from his enemp. As fate brings them together, they must decide eachothers fate and trust eachother to be able to have a peacefull life. Is the Hero her enemy or is he the only one who can help heal the pain of her past life???
I loved the story of this book. The characters were captivating and the plot was a thrill.