The Laird's Future Bride
In a world where "different" can be a death sentence, Clan MacLeod is special. By protecting all paranormal people, in return they receive the ability to recognize their soul mate.
Holly is on holiday in Scotland with plans of attending a Valentine’s Day sixteenth-century period weekend party at the MacLeod castle. When she arrives, lightning surrounds her taking her
I was so excited for this book release and after finally getting to read it I was not disappointed. With sexy Scotsmen and exciting time travel who couldn't fall in love with "The Laird's Future Bride" The world of supernaturals in old Scotland is well thought out and very intriguing. I liked the idea of their being a safe place for those with supernatural abilities to come and stay without fear. There is a lot of potential for this series and I can't wait to see ...more
At times I wanted the clobber the hero over the head with a club for his overbearing behaviour, but I LOVED the heroine. Feisty, and independent she doesn't take any of his nonsense. The way she struggles to adapt and finds her place in a society that is alien to everything she believes in, is wonderful to read.
She brings about quite a ...more
Well it gets better, but the first quarter of this book seemed to be written by a different author. Perhaps the beginning was drafted very early on in her writing. The grammar is poor, the dialogue stilted and characters not well done. At times I wanted to whip out my red pencil and start making corrections in the margins. That said, I was ready to put the book away, and it shifted. The grammar was somewhat better and the characters at least grew into interesting rather than ...more
I'm not really picky in my genres. But if there is an alpha highlander from some 16 century and a girl with a spirit from a present smashed together, and add some humor... Well, it's something I will grab immediately and devour it. Though I have to confess, I really didn't think I would enjoy it so much.
It was really entertaining to 'watch', how two different ...more
it was, nonetheles, an evening well spent traveling thru time to medieval Scotland and experiencing life for a young woman as seen thru the eyes of a 20-the century gal. Always fun to put that kind of twist in a historical and ON a medieval hero. : - } Nomthing really stood out about this particular time-travel as compared to others I've read, and this is why it only achieves an average rating from me of 3-stars. If you ...more
I started writing down my story ideas in high school, and never really stopped. Writing, I have to say, is my salvation. After I've gotten all the kids in bed and have cleaned up, I sit at my computer or sometimes a notebook with a pencil, and relax, write, and escape.
I am a member romance writers of Australia, romance novel ...more