Tormod, Immortal Highlander Book 4

Scottish Time Travel Romance

By Hazel Hunter December 2017

372 pages, Kindle & Paperback


A digital copy was provided to me prior to publishing. My honest review is based solely on my own opinions. I am not being compensated in any way.

This is the fourth book in this series and the fourth book that I have read and reviewed here on my blog. This is the best one yet is several ways.

YES, this review contains revealing information about the story, but not enough to spoil your enjoyment of the book.

Let me tell you what this one’s about. Tormod Liefson is the only Viking in the McDonnell clan that we have come to know in the other three books. He was initially captured and made a slave by the Pritani, then killed along with them by the Romans, and finally made immortal with them by the druids in gratitude for what the clan had done to save the druids before the Romans could kill them. As all his people were dead by then, Tormod swore his allegiance to the clan McDonnell. After these many, many years, he is still a loner even within the clan. He goes in search once a year for his sister’s gravesite. His sister, Thora, was a mighty warrior in her own right, known as Thora the Merciless. She was a berserker.

Dr. Jema McShane is an archealogist with a dig in the Scottish Highlands. Her twin brother, Gavin, was a member of the Black Watch until ALS put him at the mercy of a walker and his dying body totally dependent on his sister. Jema is convinced that there is a gravesite in this last section of the dig, which is now shut down for the season. It is just she and Gavin, when the wall of the site collapses and takes both of them to another time and place. Jema is found at the burial site by Tormod, who is on his annual attempt to locate his sister’s gravesite. Gavin, however, is found by the Roman undead and enslaved. He becomes the personal slave of Prefect Fenella, who we met in the last book. She is the only female in this undead Roman army and she loves to drink blood and have sex. In Gavin, she feels she has found the perfect slave. His trip through the time portal has cured him of his ALS and returned him to his full vigor as a Captain of the Black Watch.

Ms. Hunter weaves her magic back and forth without confusion in this most complex book to date to tell all sides of the story. Jema is a bit on the timid side but wants to protect Tormod from the punishment of the clan. She has developed a strange power that allows her to find things out and not be seen. Tormod is trying desperately to figure out a way to be able to keep Jema with him, but fears that the clan may come down on him for breaking the rules. Tormod’s friends are trying to figure out what the Viking is up to that’s got him acting so strange lately. Unfortunately, they all have to answer to the clan as well. Fenella and Gavin are on a mission that brings them to Thora’s gravesite, again. If druid magic isn’t enough, then the Eye of Freya will help. And just like that, Thora is back in the mix and still out for McDonnell blood.

The magic of the druids comes into play this time for us with the reading of Jema’s bloodlines. She’s told that she was able to come through the portal because she is of druid descent, which they all understood. However, the spell to read her bloodlines uncovers the fact that while her mother was a druidess, her father was a Viking shaman. This accounts for the powers she develops from her trip through the portal.

I’ve already told you enough to whet your whistle, so to speak. So, read this one and enjoy it totally. It’s really good! While I go get the next book in the series, called GAVIN! Yup, he’s got his own book, due out February 6, 2018!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Blog at

Up ↑

Deb's Art

Fiber, Fabric, Ceramic, Fiction, Website:

Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks

...of Books (Book Review Blog)

The Pondering Knitter

An honest search for happiness, fulfillment, and new projects

Knits and Rambles

A yarn journey

Myra Beth Knits

Procrasta-knitting at its finest


My adventures in making yarn, knitting, crocheting and other crafty goodness


just me, waffling on about knitting, crochet and life

Tin Can Knits

modern seamless knits for the whole family

Knitting in the Park

A blog about knitting, homemaking and creative living


Patterns, projects and techniques

The Ramblings of a Knitting Goddess

I knit. I laugh. I dream.

Eliza Vs. The World

Office worker by day; film & television reviewer, curly hair enthusiast, and lifestyle blogger by night (or whenever inspiration is nagging at the back of her head and won't shut up).

The Snowless Knitter

Adventures in life and knitting in a warm weather climate

Le Petit Saint Crochet

Sharing my thoughts about whimsical amigurumi, creative crochet, and running a handmade business.

the twisted yarn

Knitting, crochet, running, and silliness.

City Women & co

Wellbeing | Health | Lifestyle


Noli domo egredi, nisi librum habes – Never leave home without a book.

Elite Star

Miles to go..


Award Winning UKYA Book Blogger, Book Reviews, Writing and Life

Just Nita

"A Positive Push"

The Art of Blogging

For bloggers who aspire to inspire

the Little Red Reviewer

Book Reviews: Scifi, Fantasy, and the stuff in between

The Bibliophagist

Reviewing young adult, new adult, and romance since 2013.

Just saying

A bored mum and wife with lots on her mind

must love reviews

Where books come to be loved

Itinerant Muse, L.L.C.

Content Writing & Proofreading Services

The Godly Chic Diaries



A land of ineptitude.

The Budding Ken

opening the mind and heart through poetry

Down the Rabbit Hole with Sir LeprechaunRabbit

Serious about Genealogy? Let this Olde Grey hare show you about


Learning how to live well with chronic illnesses.

Spellbound Librarian

A lover of magical books : Book reviews, and general book rambling


Garden of thoughts.


One Woman Army and A Dog

Readin' Under Street-Lamps

everything books, served with a side of sarcasm.

Uptown Oracle

Books, Beauty and Lifestyle.

Passionately Perusing

Librarian. Book blogger. Reader


The Day's Most Fascinating News


art. popular since 10,000 BC

Life in prison...

It certainly wasn’t on my bucket list but it happened! Here are my stories of what life is like for women in prison xoxo

The Bibliofile

Book Reviews, Books, Bestsellers, Literary Fiction

Life Has a Funny Way

Reviews of all the latest YA, Fantasy, Crime and Chic Lit novels

Quirky Reviews

Sleep is good, she said, and books are better


I only write what I'm inspired to, everything else seems mediocre

Charlie De Luca- Author

On life, writing and horses!


Exploring an Arts & Sciences Education

%d bloggers like this: