To Tame a Highland Warrior and The Highlander's Touch by Karen Marie Moning
Continuing on my journey to discover all I can about the mysterious Adam Black everyone claims is Jericho Barrons in Karen Marie Moning's Fever Series, I've recently finished the next two Highlander books. Adam is only present in one of them, and I'm not much closer to believing he's Barrons, but to each his own.
Berserkers and women snatched from time feature in these two books, full of denied love, passion, and of course a bit of fighting here and there. While Moning still head-hops in these books, I don't much care (though I know if I were to submit anything like that, I'd be rejected in two shakes). They're good fun and high on the romance scale. They're aptly placed in the bookstore, I'll tell you. If you like Scottish men with rock hard bodies and some serious lovemaking skills, then these are the books you'll want to indulge in. And Moning makes sure to keep her history as accurate as possible, all while interweaving names and ideas that you'll recognize from past books (if you're reading in order, that is - which I recommend doing).
Notes from the playlist: "Sleepwalker" by Adam Lambert