The Laird of Loch Fyne
'I'm sorry for what has to be done, lass,' the old man whispered. 'It is the only way they can be saved.' Maggie shook her head in confusion as the voices and laughter of fairgoers around her became inaudible. 'The only way who can be saved? I'm afraid I don't understand what you're talking about.' A loud, thunderous sound burst through the atmosphere, followed by the glow...more
Author Brandy Grandberg does an excellent job of letting us get to know the central characters, flaws and all. I also loved the bits of humor sprinkled throughout the book. Don't miss out on this one!
This was an easy read over in no time at all. As a romance it was pretty good. The hero is kind enough to not let a woman be brutalized and smart enough to change his mind after he sends the heroine off on her own. The heroine knows a good looking strong man when she sees one. It was not much of a bodice ripper so that was okay as far as I was concerned.
As a time travel book there w ...more
It was a great summer read, with a bit of mystery, a bit of romance, enough suspense to keep you involved but not so much that you couldn't set it down if you had to- exactly what I look for in a novel. In the romance itself, Grandberg did a great job walking that fine line between gratuitous scenes and fade-to-black. The characters are well-rounded with human flaws and egos.
I was hesitant after the first few pages, which seemed a bit too ...more
Maggie happens to admire a broach that happens to throw her back in time to protect two people. To add to the stress of finding herself in the past and having to be treated as a woman in the highlands instead of a present day doctor, she ends up falling in love.
Ian is the highlander who rescues Maggie the night she came through time. She frightens him so badly he sends her away; thankfull ...more
I look forward to receiving and reading your book.
Review: 2.5 Stars.
If you like easy, breezy, light reads, then you will enjoy 'the Laird of Loch Fyne.' I enjoyed it. I didn't love it.
It begins with a hint of Galbadon's 'Outlander' and ends with a touch of the 1942 movie, 'Tarzan's New York Adventure.'
I felt the protagonist, Maggie Harris to be a modern yet very submissive woman ...more