Editorial Reviews. Review. 5 Tombstones Binding Vows was such a amazing book. Binding Vows (MacCoinnich Time Travels Book 1) by [Bybee, Catherine]. Binding Vows (MacCoinnich Time Travel, book 1) by Catherine Bybee – book cover, description, publication history. The Paperback of the Binding Vows by Catherine Bybee at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
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Its very fast paced story and it cathdrine No unnecessary fillers to add to the page. They are somehow drawn to 16th century Scotland from 21st century America.
But with her friends, Jo and Zoe, by her side, and a comfortable room at Miss Gina’s quirky bed-and-breakfast, she just might have turned the corner on a new life.
I am interested enough to read the next in the series. I fell completely in love with the hero Duncan and the heroine Tara. Luv, luv, luv this story, going to purchase the 2nd book in the trilogy now: I read the audio-book and must say the narrator did cxtherine absolutely yes, Viws used an ‘ly’ word fantastic job.
In ‘Redeeming Vows’ we saw more of the serious side of his nature and less of the fun that I loved initially. There is some new characters that I would like to see more in the next few books like Selma, Logan ,and Catheribe. The reason is I didn’t really get attached to the main couple in this book.
The time travel aspect was handled nicely and I loved how Tara had to come to terms with 16th century Scotland. My only regret is the series has ended!
I think I fell in love with Finlay by the way he accepted Simon, he immediately fell into a fatherly role and that endeared him to me. If you can stand the reader it’s an okay story.
Filled with Druid magic, wonderful romance and a little suspense, this book is great for a day when reality stinks and escape is the remedy.
I do wish that the type-face was better quality.
Binding Vows by Catherine Bybee
One character was created just for Redeeming Vows to be a love interest for Fin’s youngest brother, Cian. MacCoinnich Time Travel Paperback: As a side note, if you liked the idea of magic at a Caherine Faire, Emma Bull’s classic urban fantasy, War for the Oaksalso hinges on the magic of a Ren Faire.
Okay the only dissapointment was no epilogue but I think that was more that I wanted a little bit more I didnt want it to end, Catherrine was pleasantly surprised though that the series is still to be carried on with Simon’s book next hope there are some cameos as this bunch are a riot, and I really want to know more of their futures.
I felt the author did an excellent job with the timetravel aspect of the story. Cathrine Bybee has expanded her storyline to include the Druid gift of Shape Shifting and other gifts that empower the MacCoinnicks and there mates.
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That may have something to do with Monteath’s grave and somber performance, or maybe not. I really like Liz and Fin together. Feb 23, Brittany rated it it was amazing Shelves: The whole getting thrown back into the future again was a very nice touch I love the involvement of cathedine two times it really brings an intersting quirk to the story.
So don’t hesitate to read anything by Catherine Bybee, you won’t regret it! He obviously needs someone to get in and make him realise that woman have great contributions to the world.
But, can she forgive him for taking away her modern life when she finds herself in vowz sixteenth century? The immersion of the evil witch, Grainna, kept the intrigue high because you never knew at what point she would pop up to create devilment.
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I gua What an awesome ending to a fantastic series! In an attempt to return her powers to their source, she bindkng to Ireland to harness the ancient magic that still permeates the mystical site of Newgrange.
For her own safety, modern day, single ctaherine, Lizzy McAllister is forced to bow to the medieval men who surround her when she’s thrust back in time to the sixteenth century against her will.
Don’t know if it was just in the Nook bindng, but scenes changed with no warning or extra white space signalling such a change. I liked following the characters and their lives. When Duncan whisks her to his home in Scotland she could accept that.