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By Melissa Mayhue | Comments: ( 259 ) | Date: ( Oct 14, 2019 )

JESSE CORYELL, a descendant of the Fae, is a man in search of his destiny He s tried to lose himself in his work, taking on the worst mankind has to offer, but what he really needs to find is his true love When he sets out to help a mysterious woman find her sister, what he gets is much than he bargained for battling an undeniable attraction to his sexy new clientJESSE CORYELL, a descendant of the Fae, is a man in search of his destiny He s tried to lose himself in his work, taking on the worst mankind has to offer, but what he really needs to find is his true love When he sets out to help a mysterious woman find her sister, what he gets is much than he bargained for battling an undeniable attraction to his sexy new client while fighting an ancient evil to keep her safe DESTINY NOBLE, abandoned by everyone she s ever loved, will stop at nothing in her desperate quest to find her sister Authorities have declared Leah a runaway, but Destiny knows better Her dream visions have shown her the frightening truth They ve also shown her Jesse But finding her Soulmate could result in the most painful loss of all, when she s forced to choose between loving Jesse and saving Leah Jesse and Destiny race against time to save an innocent girl from a powerful ancient evil Is true love their best weaponor will they be required to sacrifice their own destiny


  • Title: A Highlander's Destiny
  • Author: Melissa Mayhue
  • ISBN: 9781439144213
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Melissa Mayhue

Melissa Mayhue lives in Colorado, in the shadow of the beautiful Rocky Mountains, with her family, two insanely spoiled dogs, one domineering cat, a turtle with an attitude, and way too many fish in their aquarium If any one thing is obvious about the books I like best, it s that I love my Happy Ever After endings



Comments A Highlander's Destiny

  • Barbara ★

    Adira, Queen of the evil blood drinking, vampire Fae has kidnapped Destiny's sister as her fountain of youth. Destiny enlists the aid of Fae Highlander, Jesse to search for and rescue her sister. The instant attraction between them is intense and Jesse's protective instincts kick in and "need" Destiny to be safe. However, Destiny wants to be there when her sister is rescued and won't let Jesse leave her behind.I particularly liked Destiny's devotion to her sister. She refused to give up when eve [...]


  • Sandy M

    Though Ms. Mayhue’s Guardian books are part of her Daughters of the Glen series, she has spoiled me with her Guardian heroes so that they are now my favorites of all her books. The time travel aspect she normally writes is not included to the same extent as in her previous books, there’s enough magic and mysticism to make up for that. And, as usual, her hero and heroine have secrets and issues to overcome, but when love strikes, there’s no stopping them, no matter what’s thrown in their [...]


  • Barb Lie

    “A Highlanders Destiny” is the 5th book of Melissa Mayhues wonderful Daughters of the Glen series. Destiny Noble has been searching for her missing sister for a while now, with nothing to guide her but the visions that appear in her dreams. Those visions led her work as a gypsy-clad fortune teller at a Renaissance fair. There she would meet the man dressed in black who would help her find and rescue her sister. Jesse Coryell, whom we met in the first book, as Cate brother, has decided he wan [...]


  • Jilly

    You can not say that the Daughters of the Glen series is the best or even the most unpredictable mostly because it is very predictable and there are far better series' out there to chose from. I don't know when or why I got sucked into this series but I do enjoy it as light reading.Jesse was an interesting character and apparently brother to Cate (?). I didn't remember him mostly because it had been a while since I'd read any of this series though I vaguely remembered the other characters, coupl [...]


  • Jill

    I received this book as part of Pocket Blogs Book tour but it has been on my TBR list for a while. This is Mayhue's fifth highlander novel. Of the five currently in print I have read four of them. That said, it had been a bit of time since I read them and the stories and characters from the other novels were a bit fuzzy to me. While you certainly do not need the background information from the other books to enjoy this one, it works quite well as a stand alone novel, I did find myself wishing th [...]


  • Lori McD

    Loved this book! Loved that Jesse got his own story!There's some tough subject matter here but the author handles it in a realistic way. She doesn't dwell on what might have or did happen - she gives us enough detail to understand the terror that Leah (and even Destiny) faces.It's interesting that Adira gets a spotlight, along with Severan's two henchmen, Flynn and Devlin. We get another possible explanation for vampires from this author; in this case, Nuadian Fae who use the blood of Mortals to [...]


  • Robin Priddy

    When Destiny Noble's sister disappears the police belives she is just another runaway. But Destiny knows better. She has seen her sister in a dream vision. Destiny quits her job and joins a traveling fair as a gypsy fourtune-teller. Destiny gets a dream about Coryell Enterprise. This is a company that helps rescure people. She contacts them for help finding her sister before it is too late. Jesse Coryell is part fae, his father owns Coryell Enterprise and he works for him. He has seen the worst [...]


  • Jenn

    ***NOTE MY REVIEWS OFTEN CONTAIN SPOILERS***Destiny Noble has given up every penny she has searching for her missing sister, a sister that no one but she believes is kidnapped – a sister that she bears the responsibility for. When her prophetic dreams point her toward Coryell Enterprises, she quickly emails them in hopes that they’ll be the answer to her prayers. When Jesse Coryell hears a new secretary in the office talking about a nut case named Destiny who keeps emailing them he can’t h [...]


  • Ria F

    Not as good as the previous 4 books, not a fan of the weepy helpless female


  • Susan Ikin

    Some interesting concepts in this one, although I am not sure about the return of a character previously thought to be vanquishedHowever, it provides avenues for a couple of further good stories, so I am looking forward to those as well.


  • Isalys

    Destiny has been searching for her missing sister for a while now, with nothing to guide her but the visions that appear in her dreams. Those visions led her work as a gypsy-clad fortune teller at a Renaissance fair. There she would meet the man dressed in black who would help her find and rescue her sister.Jesse Coryell works as a private investigator of sorts for his father's company. As half-human/half-fae, his clientele isn't always a normal one. However, despite everything he has going for [...]


  • Audrey

    It's hard to explain why, but this book really just didn't do it for me. I enjoyed reading it, for the most part, and there was suspense and plot twists galore, but in the end it mostly left me indifferent. I know it was a formula romance, but even keeping that in mind, everything just seemed so. . ntrived. This could be because I've just read too many formula romances lately, but putting that aside, I still had quite a few problems with this book.There were faeries, which I thought I would love [...]


  • Paranormal Romance

    The heroine has dreamt of the man who is destined to help her find her missing sister and he arrives just in time to save her from being kidnapped herself. The hero takes one look at the heroine and knows she's going to be trouble. First she asked for his help but she's keeping secrets from him and he doesn't like it. Together they start the progress of tracking the kidnappers but when it's made clear that is enemy is fae, the heroine must come to terms with the origin of her own powers. I liked [...]


  • Julie

    It's been awhile since I've read a Melissa Mayhue romance. I had remembered really enjoying a couple of her books, and since her stories usually involve time-travel to the past in some way, and I was looking for something a little different to read, I chose A Highlander's Destiny, which had been gathering dust in my TBR pile for quite some time. I can't say that I didn't enjoy it enough to finish it, but it fell short of my expectations. I felt a little let down way before I even finished it. It [...]


  • Angie

    Synopsis: "JESSE CORYELL, a descendant of the Fae, is a man in search of his destiny. He's tried to lose himself in his work, taking on the worst mankind has to offer, but what he really needs to find is his true love. When he sets out to help a mysterious woman find her sister, what he gets is much more than he bargained for: battling an undeniable attraction to his sexy new client while fighting an ancient evil to keep her safeSTINY NOBLE, abandoned by everyone she's ever loved, will stop at n [...]


  • micki

    53% done - it's official: i hate destiny. YOU acted like a beyotch and ASSumed jesse was *just* an employee and could be treated in a high-handed manner. YOU initiated sex with him twice--he never asked you or even hinted that he expected it from you. he has taken care of you at every turn, but as soon as you find out his last name (which YOU never bothered to ask) you condemn him. even though you will end up with him you don't deserve him, and i don't have to like it.65% done - i just realized [...]


  • Tina

    I can't believe I let this book sit on my kobo to read shelf for many many months. I don't know why? I love the series so I don't know why I stopped, I guess I just didn't think I'd like this one as much. Boy was I wrong! This was awesome, it's everything every other book in this series has been, and then some. I loved Jesse he was a great Alpha hero. He was sexy, strong, protective and of course he always wanted things his way. Destiny was a funny, nutty and strong-minded heroin. Her often sing [...]


  • Miranda

    Mayhue has a true gift with the coupling of her main leads, as well as introducing fantastic secondary characters whom become fabulous protaganists in their own novels. She also has an immense talent for adding wonderful, and intriguing children into the mix. Young characters whom steal your heart with their personality, show the promise of staggering power, and have the possibility of furthering the story arc greatly in the future--versus simply being thrown into the pages for plot filler. I ca [...]


  • Julie

    Destiny's sister Leah is missing. What ever in the world will she do? If anyone learns of her powers, there could be trouble!This is the fifth book in Melissa Mayhue's Daughters of Glen series. I have not read any of her other books and I didn't feel like I was missing anything by reading this one. Looking back at some other reviews, some of the characters appear in earlier books but never in "main character form". Destiny needs help finding her sister and this tall, beautiful man falls into her [...]


  • Melissa

    I loved this book, and even though it is the 5th in the series, I never felt like I was lost. The chemistry between Jesse and Destiny is amazing, and I felt like I was feeling most of what they were.I am an avid reader of paranormal romance and Melissa didn't disappoint!!Everyone in Destiny Noble's life has abandoned her and the only family she has left is her younger sister. When the Nuadian Fae kidnap her sister, Destiny uses her dreams to locate her, which leads her to Jesse Coryell, a member [...]


  • Shannon

    For some reason or another, Destiny Noble has always had visions/dreams while sleeping. When her sister disappears, she dreams of a man that can help her find her sister when everyone else writes her sister off as a runaway. It's been a while since I read a book from this series. I'm having a difficult time jumping into it and don't remember some of the characters clearly anymore. I enjoyed the books in the series when I read them a while ago, but for one reason or another, this book didn't live [...]


  • Jocelin

    In my review of A Highlander's Homecoming, I mentioned that I read it before I read this one. Well, I did like this one much better than #6. I actually think that it gave me a better perspective on this book. Usually in this series, there is time-travel and the characters end up in the past in Scotland. This novel takes place in present time. It was kind of nice to see that Jesse Coryell got his own book. His sister Cate Coryell was the first to be enraptured by the magic of the Scottish Fae in [...]


  • Dawn

    This book is one of the reasons I have vowed to read books in a series in the order they were written. This was a great story. I really enjoyed Jesse and Destiny. Jesse is a Guardian who helps humans in dire need of help. He takes on Destiny as a client. They are both Fairy descendants. Destiny solicits Jesse's help to locate her kidnapped sister, Leah (age 16). Leah was captured by a Fairy Queen, Adira, who uses her blood as the source of eternal youth. Adira and her minions are bad fairies. Of [...]


  • Kristina

    If your looking for just a fun read and an exciting adult fairy story then here's your book! I will admit I had some moment's of confusion with the book but I'm attributing it to the fact that I haven't read the previous book. From the title alone (not the summary) I was expecting a little more action from the "highlander" angle but found it to be an enjoyable fairie story instead.We followed Destiny in her search for her sister who has been kidnapped. This leads Destiny to finding Jesse; a rich [...]


  • Bridget

    Jesse is desperate to find true love. He tries and tries to keep himself busy but nothing seems to fill the void. When he decides to help a woman who is searching for her sister, he discovers that you should be careful what you wish for.Destiny wants to find her sister and her visions may make it possible to save her before it's too late. When she meets Jesse and he agrees to help her, she soon realizes that while she loves him, she is afraid of that emotion.Will they be able to rescue Destiny's [...]


  • Bronwyn Rykiert

    This is an enjoyable series - Daughters of the Glen, though I did not enjoy this book quite as much as I did the last one and it did seem to take forever to read.Destiny Noble's younger sister has disappeared and Destiny is sure she has been kidnapped though the authorities don't believe her. What Destiny and Leah don't know is that they are descended from Faerie's. Their mother had tried to explain it to them but they though it was all part of her drunken ramblings. When Destiny meets Jesse Cor [...]


  • Gaby

    In A Highlander's Destiny, Melissa Mayhue combines contemporary romance with the myths of the fae. The disappearance of a young woman, her sister's desperate search, and an unexpected attraction between Destiny and Jesse set the tone for this playful, romantic read. If you enjoy fantasy with your romance, A Highlander's Destiny is a fun, light escape!ISBN-10: 1439144214 - Mass Market Paperback $7.99Publisher: Pocket; Original edition (December 29, 2009) 384 pages.Review copy provided by the publ [...]


  • Kristi (Books and Needlepoint)

    I continue to love books about faeries. I don't know what it is about them that appeals to me so much, but I haven't found one yet that I did not like. This is the fifth book in the Daughters of the Glen series and it is a must that I go back and read the first four. A Highlander's Destiny did read very well on its own though, and I did not feel like I was missing any of the story. It was a very gripping story line and kept me turning the pages long after I should have been asleep. If you like p [...]


  • Katie

    Great read. The books in this series never disappoint me. I just wish I'd had a free day or two to sit down and read it straight through. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series. A lot of the time it really scares me when books in a series are released within a month or two of each other that it will be a continuation of the story started in the first book. I was quite happy that this book did not follow that pattern and was a complete story.


  • Lisa

    Jesse Coryell, brother of Cate from book one, is searching for his destiny. He just didn't realize it would be in the form of a woman named Destiny who is searching for a sister who has been kidnapped. This story continues the war between the Nuadians and the Faeries. Its action packed plot and love story are fun to read.


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