Sunday, 17 March 2013

#312 (#30 of 2013) - Unleashed (A Heroes of the Highlands Trilogy) ~ Kerrigan Byrne *NEW AUTHOR


Meet the MacLauchlan Berserkers (Books 1 to 3) ...


  • He's death for hire, cursed by a malicious enemy who left him unable to speak.
  • She's a refugee with a dangerous secret that could cost her life.
Outnumbered by thousands, he's fated to die in battle like so many Berserkers before him. Could the strength of their love defy destiny?


  • He's a mercenary Laird who fears nothing but the darkness inside him.
  • Born to a Ross mother and a Stewart father, she has been sold to the highest bidder.
He mistakenly rescues her from a fate worse than death, but now she's his captive. They must battle their pride and their explosive attraction to each other in order to defeat a common enemy who threatens the clan's survival.


  • He's a nameless bastard, stalking the Highlands bent on revenge and murder when he stumbles on an infant deserted in the snow.
  • She's a desperate woman who's lost everything, including her dignity.

They are three of the world's Unwanted. On a snowy Solstice night, their tale becomes one of blood and vengeance, of love, redemption, and forging the bonds that make a family.

Product Details:

I managed to get this as a freebie Kindle download in December (that's how far behind I am with my reading), but at the time of writing this post is is listed as £4.07 for the Trilogy.

It is 275 pages, and according to Amazon "contains real page numbers".  I've not come across that before, so it will be interesting to see how that works.  Actually, it is something that I've often discussed with my Mother, as that is the one thing she misses reading on the Kindle.

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One word sums this Trilogy up ..... AWESOME.

Without a doubt of the best modern writing I have come across in some time.

Smoothly written with a flowing plot ... obviously the plot was a little similar in all three of the books ... as those Beserkers' need and find mates in a prescribed fashion.  It didn't detract at all from the overall experience.  I can't actually remember seeing any spelling, editorial or grammatical errors, but remain fairly unnoticed amongst the whole entity of this creation.

If you find the time to read anything this year, make it this.  Even though it's not available as a free download anymore, I would still happily pay the price requested to read something this good.

Kerrigan Byrne should be heartily congratulated and celebrated for the creation of this stunning piece of literature.

What more can I say .... I want a Beserker!

5+ star rating all the way.



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