I was first introduced to Eliza Knight’s writing when I began reading her Highlander novels and really enjoyed them. These novels are a little escape from the day to day reality of life and I always look forward to snuggling up with the dog and indulging in one. Highland Hunger is no exception and from the first word to the last I thoroughly enjoyed every moment spent reading this book. This book reminded me of the Hunger Games but with one sexy Highlander hunk of man to drool over and one independent and spunky woman both set on winning the war games so they can rule their Scottish land. Very exciting!
Ceana never intended to compete in the war games but when her brother is killed she is named laird and has no choice but to go in order to protect her clan. Macrath has been sent to the play in the war games by his stepmother who despises him as he is the bastard son of his father who is a powerful earl. Macrath would like nothing better than to win and set his stepmother and half brother in their place once and for all. When Ceana and Macrath set eyes on each other it is an instant attraction but Ceana knows that she has to concentrate on the games not a man. Yet she can’t help herself especially since Macrath is set on trying to protect her. As the games wear on the passion between the two grows and their only goal is to win the games and rule together. Will they get through the increasingly difficult challenges and manage to not get themselves killed? Will Macrath finally exact his revenge? And just who is Beatrice who lords over the war games?
This was a great story with non-stop action and very steamy and sexy trysts between Ceana and Macrath. These two make a great couple and since this is the first book in a series I can’t wait to see what will happen next when they begin to rule over their lands. It should be very interesting! If you love your steamy Highlander stories then Highland Hunger is a must read! Highly recommended!
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I just saw this one on another blog. Sounds really good!
I love Highlanders! Sounds great.
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