Friday, November 4, 2011

Book Review-Loving The Highlander

Loving The Highlander
Highlander (2)
Janet Chapman
Pocket Books
Published May 2033
359 Pages
Scottish Highland Romance

A tempestuous passion begins with a battle of wills...
When Sadie Quill comes upon an unbelievably gorgeous man lying naked beside a lake, she can't resist taking his photo -- and is quickly trapped in a passionate confrontation with the fierce stranger. Discovering the identity of this irresistible warrior will complicate Sadie's search for a legendary gold mine. For he is Morgan MacKeage, a medieval highlander in modern-day Maine, a man with the fury of the untamed wilderness pounding in his veins -- and the power to unlock Sadie's fragile heart

Sadie Quill, is patroling the land in Maine, for a park to be built, but she stumbles across a naked and virile highlander, Morgan MacKeage. After the encounter she is scared to death, and can't stop thinking about him, thinking him even though sexy as  sin, is crazy and maybe not at all right in his head....Morgan when finding that Sadie is the one that will be wanting to put this beautiful forest and all its secret as part of a park, he wants to scare her off the land so she will never return but he never planned on her stubborness, or the intense desire he feels for her when he touches her, and wants to claim her as his own.

The Hero (Morgan MacKeage)
Morgan, with other members of his clan, was thrown from hundreds of years ago to the present, modern day. Morgan, will do everything he can to protect his land, even from gorgeous women who only get into trouble, no matter their good intentions. But Sadie matches a wild passion that he finds in himself and knows that she is the woman for him and will do all he can to keep her at his side and show her that his love is unconditional...

The Heroine (Sadie Quill)
Sadie, has always felt guilt since the fire eight years previous, where her sister dies, and later from the effects of the fire her father. Sadie herself suffered burns on parts of her body, and feels like no man could consider her beautiful or sexy until she meets Morgan, who treats her scars as a part of her. Sadie feels overwhelmed by the feelings Morgan brings out in her, even knowing that building this park is what her father would have wanted, she knows that Morgan could be the key to truly accepting herself and being able to fully love someone with her full heart.

My Thoughts 
Loving The Highlander is the second in the Highlander series, and I have just loved this series so far.  I really Enjoyed this one as well, I think I enjoyed the first one a bit more, but this one was just as exciting and fun and full of witty repatore that could make you laugh over and over. I also loved the idea of the heroine, being not with perfect skin or a perfect body, that there were still some conflict between Sadie and Morgan, but it showed that love can truly overcome anything, and we see the hurdles they past together, and it was a truly magical read. I loved seeing the adventure, passion, fast paced action and the fun romance in Loving The Highlander! A Entertaining read!

My Grade On This Book 
4 Blossoms

Other Books In The Series 
Charming The Highlander
Wedding The Highlander
Tempting The Highlander
Only With A Highlander
Secrets Of A Highlander
A Highlander Christmas
Highlander For The Holidays


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