The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

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The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

Postby lisa on February 25th, 2010, 6:24 pm

:shock: SPOILERS!!!!! : :shock: Dont look if you dont want to hear/see me babble on and on! :lol: Ohhhh!!! Great book, but now there are even more secondary characters to revisit in future tales of yore! .... Its like a soap opera! :lol:( DRAMATIC VOICEOVER) What happens to Gawain? does he stay sober and clean up his act? What about the former Stewart Laird? does he become a doting grandfather to future little Stewarts and give up the drink? Does Ian go back and reclaim the little english miss that was his angel? What about Laddie? Does he become a squire/knight ? ( or is that impossible due to his birth status? ) How about the ever loyal Aidan? does he find love and happiness? ( Eh mm, how about Beth?) And how about the ever loyal comrade -in -arms and brother, Will? The suspense- the drama! Stay tuned for the next episode of These are the days of .....(end voiceover) I hope you will be able to continue with these character in the future, even if it is in anthologies, so we can catch up to our newest cast of characters! They all seem so real and full of personality!
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Re: The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

Postby Lynsay on March 1st, 2010, 2:50 pm

I probably will continue on with the stories of secondary characters. I too find myself wondering what happens to them, but it will have to wait until I do this set of connected Regencies. OY! They are giving me such a hard time!!'

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Re: The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

Postby Denise on March 1st, 2010, 10:13 pm

I picked my book up the other day, but can't seem to locate the bag it.... ah, never mind. Just found it. But I have to read a library book, first, 'cause it's due back soon and I hate having to turn them in and re-check.
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Re: The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

Postby Lynsay on March 1st, 2010, 11:26 pm

I was always late with my library books, I swear i might as well have bought them for all the late charges I paid. Sigh. Ah well . . .

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Re: The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

Postby Denise on March 1st, 2010, 11:29 pm

I just paid a 30 cent fee today, but it was my SON's fault, this time.
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Re: The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

Postby Lynsay on March 1st, 2010, 11:36 pm

Sure sure, Denise. I believe you even though millions wouldn't, lol

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Re: The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

Postby Denise on March 1st, 2010, 11:41 pm

I'm innocent, I tell you! (Wasn't that a movie line?)
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Re: The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

Postby Lynsay on March 1st, 2010, 11:48 pm

YES!! Can't remember the movie. Think it was an oldie but a goodie. I can picture that shortish guy who always played bad guys and had that distinctive voice. DANG! Now it's going to make me crazy till I remember.

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Re: The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

Postby Denise on March 2nd, 2010, 12:07 am

See, I keep seeing Jimmy Stewart saying it.
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Re: The Hellion and the Highlander --spoilers alert!!!

Postby lisa on March 2nd, 2010, 6:23 am

Denise at my library system it is possible to recheck with my card over the internest and not get that guilty feeling for keeping their book too long. You might check with your library system. As you know, I am so computer stupid it is a crime, but I have managed to recheck and even put books on hold like this. Oh, and my last "debt to society"(library fine) was over a dollar!
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