Author: Tarah Scott
Genre: Historical Romance/Fantasy,
Publisher: Silver Publisher
Elise Kingston is a wanted woman. But that won't stop her from returning home to
exposing the man responsible for her daughter's death. Not even clan chief
Marcus MacGregor, who moves her heart, body, and soul will stand in her way. America
Until she must choose between his life and her revenge.
About the Author:
An award winning author, Tarah Scott writes historical romance and romantic and paranormal suspense. She is published with Total E-Bound, Loose Id, The Wild Rose Press, and Etopia Press.
, Tarah grew up in the Southwest. Ten years
ago, she relocated to New
where she and her daughter reside in a lakeside community. Don’t be fooled by
what sounds like a quiet life. The city that never sleeps is only an hour away,
and this Westchester
County, New York
girl and her Texas
bred daughter wouldn’t have it any other way. New York
Disclaimer: I received this book from the author in exchange for a review.
An enjoyable Highlander romance that had me wanted to smack the characters in one moment and cheer for them the next.
I must admit to not enjoying this book that much at the beginning. It felt like it was trying too hard to be a Highlander romance. It felt terribly cookie cutter like it was trying to hit a number of romance conventions. Marcus had an overdone instant attraction to her. Initially, I really disliked the romance aka creepy pursuit of Marcus towards Elise. I know what time period the book was set in, but the body's response is not consent. Despite his initial overwhelming desire, Marcus did show that he was coming to care for Elise although he still had boundary issues.
I liked Elise. She was strong, competent, and managed to escape a number of bad situations. One thing that I found was odd that she seemed to be quite strong for a woman, but seemed very weak other times. I did like how much she fought against Marcus' advances.
The background for this story did add an element of danger although sometimes it felt too overblown, especially with such a bad baddie. I did like how everything turned out though. Elise's response to what happened to her was a realistic one and I really liked how Marcus knew he had to work hard to help her.
Recommendation: I would recommend this book to fans of Highlander romance and romance with strong heroines.
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