I’m so excited! Another Cree & Dawn book. The book is in the queue waiting to go live! Watch for the links to go live here!
I could not get through this book. I did not like the heavy mysticism or forced Scottish dialect because it felt inauthentic to the other books in the series. It’s a shame because I was really looking forward to Cree and Dawn’s new story. Based on this book and the synopsis of the new trilogy I’ll be looking for other authors to read.
I’m sorry to hear that you were disappointed and I feel the need to respond so that other readers don’t get the wrong idea about Highland Secrets. As far as the dialect in the book, I was and still do get many requests for at least a hint of a Scottish brogue for the Cree & Dawn books, so I sprinkled some in, hoping to please my readers who requested it. As for the mysticism, I’ve always enjoyed myths and the possibilities of where they may have originated, but even more so how they can be understood and explained. So while myths are central to the theme of Highland Secrets and Highland Myths Trilogy it is the mystery itself that drives the story of whether it is actually truth or tale. Cree & Dawn will miss you, but I am sure you will find other romance authors that better suit your taste. And I am glad you enjoyed some of my books and I thank you for reading them.
Yeah Scottish thing throw me to but hearing you added it in to please other readers was very selfless because as a writer your characters live in your head and have there own way of speaking it must of gone against the grain to do it So basically I loved it dawn was still her vibrant self and Cree was still his alpha self and there love was a beautiful thing. Mystery you had me stumped tell the end and I love a good mystery. So Donna not everyone is easy to please it’s ok to be the brilliant writer you are going to leave you five stars on Amazon A.S Wylie.
I’m so happy to know you enjoyed the book, Anita, and I so appreciate you leaving a review.
And you are right, not everyone is easy to please but I try to do my best to include a bit of
my readers’ requests in hopes of at least putting a smile on someone’s face. Thanks so much.
I just love Dawn and Cree! And this story did not disappoint. Their love is like no other and it chokes me up reading their stories.
I am looking forward to Tavia, Flora, and Fia’s stories. Torin has a rude awakening awaiting him lol. Was hoping to meet Bhric (such a man name) and Varrick, but I guess I will have to wait.
Thank you, Ms Donna for the great read. I can’t wait gor the next one!
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I’m so glad you enjoyed Cree & Dawn’s story and that you’re looking forward to my next trilogy, Chrissy.
I can’t wait to get them to my readers.
I loved this book. Yes, the dialect was a bit of a surprise, but so what? It didn’t detract from the story and they are Scottish. Well written, well crafted and a very good mystery. Another winner and will welcome any and all Dawn and Cree stories in the future with or without Scottish dialect.
I just finished the last of the Cree & Dawn series and LOVED IT!! This is the first series I read of Donna’s and I must day, I’m thirsty for more! I was wondering if there is going to be a book about Cavell. I figured The Scared Highlander could be about him, but since there is no synopsis, I was not sure. I think he should have his own story. I also think in the future there should be more C&D books, perhaps the next generation’s stories. Lizbeth definitely needs her own book!! Thanks for Cree & Dawn, I can’t wait to read the rest of your books!!
I am so glad you enjoyed the Cree & Dawn Series! And yes, The Scarred Highlander is Cavell’s book and it kicks off my next trilogy… Blood & Honor Trilogy.
There will be more Cree & Dawn books. I love writing about the couple and eventually their children will have their own books.
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