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My San Francisco Highlander

(Finding My Highlander #2)

3.98  ·  Rating details ·  55 ratings  ·  21 reviews
A love three hundred years in the making — After being knocked out in battle, Angus Cameron wakes in a terrifying new world with flying beasts, horseless carriages, crazy music, and strangely dressed people. Has he gone mad? When Angel Adair discovers a man in 1975's San Francisco Lands End park dressed in little more than a Scottish kilt, is he just a confused drifter or ...more
Published August 23rd 2017 by Tirgearr Publishing
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Aug 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Highlander Angus Brian Cameron has just lost his father in battle. He is knocked unconscious and wakes up in hell. Well that's what he believes.
Gillian Adair discovers the badly wounded and very confused Highlander when walking her dog.
Our hero has a very difficult time ahead of him. Our heroine is almost as confused about what she feels. There is a lot of laughs and more than a few tears. All the characters are very believable and lovable.
This is part of a series but easily read as a stand a
Susan (susayq ~)
Maybe 2.5 stars?

Y'all, I wanted to love this. I have such a weakness for time traveling Highlanders. This started off great, and went downhill as fast as Brian did down the side of that cliff when Angel first found him.

So, what was my problem with this? Plain and simple, our heroine, Angel. I get that it's 1975 and she's all for women's rights and feminism but she did not work for me AT ALL. Every time she opened her mouth I found myself rolling my eyes.

Angel wants a relationship with Brian (an
Brandy Roberts
Sep 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
After reading the blurb the first thoughts that came to mind were the movie kate & leopold and the show/ book outlander witch I love them both so I knew My San Francisco highlander was going to be one enjoyable ride . This would also be my first read by Aleigha Siron and there will be many more reads in the future for me . so while reading this as said before my obsstion with outlander I pictured Sam heughan and Caitriona Balfe as the leads of Angus and Gillian I just couldn't get their images o ...more
Jun 04, 2018 rated it liked it
My San Francisco Highlander
By Aleigha Siron
3.5 stars
Reviewed on behalf of 3 Degrees of Fiction Book Blog

So, overall I thought that this was a pretty decent read. I love historical romance and this is what I thought I was getting but I was wrong on some aspects, whilst it read like one I wouldn’t really consider the time period to be historical. I loved the twist that the author used on times travel; in fact it is the second book that I have read recently that had included time travel but the oth
Fee (Ebook Addicts)
Jun 06, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc, read-in-2018
full review coming soon
Sep 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A well written book. I usually prefer time travel going back in time but this was a nice story not a page turner as such but sweet and nice characters.
Maree Repa
Sep 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Journey of a Highlander

Five Amazing Stars

I was just thrilled to now read the amazing second book of the most wonderful series, Finding My Highlander. Written by the amazing, Aleigha Siron. Such a fabulous storyline with such authentic complex storyline. I was so pleased to read this marvellous romantic story. I loved the first book and was so pleased to now read the second one too!

As Angus was sitting down next to his father's who had dying from blood loss. He was injured, hurting and in pain. A
C. Erani Kole
Jun 06, 2018 rated it it was ok
Shelves: time-travel
*voluntarily and honestly reviewed the ARC I received from IndieSage PR*

I didn't like this. I absolutely love time-travel romance and you can't go wrong with San Francisco, you know? But personally, I just did not have a good reading experience. The beginning jumped right in without any build up so I felt about as disoriented as Brian. I couldn't click with the dialogue or the writing. My attention kept going elsewhere. I tried to find good things, but it was hard. I did like that it was the 197
Oct 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Dam that book needed a warning. But it was one heck of a
story. So well written and thought out. It was as if retelling
events that had really happened. But as I said it did need
a warning one box of tissues needed. If you are an
emotional reader you will need them.

This is Angel’s story and how she met her highlander Brian.
The book starts on a sad note, but gets great from there as
Brian tries to acclimate to 300 years in the future. But even
as things seem to get better Angel is still missing
janell darby
Aug 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Having read Aleigha Siron's Finding My Highlander, was a treat. I have been gifted by being able to read the ARC of her newest book, My San Francisco Highlander. Bravo! In a matter of about a year this writer has matured at rocket speed. The dialogue reads truer, the characterization is so authentic, and the plot is replete with twists and turns quite unexpectedly. It reads seamlessly between the first book becoming like a tapestry, richer, more complex and more thoroughly beautiful as the story ...more
Aug 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book! It captures your attention from the very first sentence and doesn't let go till you finish it. Reading about a 17th century Scot waking up in 1975 and how he deals with the modern world is fascinating. And the love story between the two main characters is rich, steamy, and satisfying. Both of these characters are complex and strong, an exciting coming together of equals.

Besides being a wonderful, fast moving book with lots of action, it is also beautifully written, rich in des
The Book Junkie Reads . . .
Everything about this blurb attracted me to want to read this one and read it fast. I loved that Angus was all male, all highlander, all himself. I did not however care so much for Angel. She was tolerable but not one that I would love. She was a bit too much and then not enough all at the same time. Now that I have found this series I think it will be added to my list of to read. I first must go back and read book one of this series. The seventies was a wild and groovy time to experience it thr ...more
Nancy M. Payne
Feb 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
very good book - even with time travel

I really liked the story, it was well paced, held my interest, good suspense, and a good tale. I did keep wondering if\when they would time hop, I guess that is part of the suspense. Parts were sad, parts were happy. Altogether a good read. Now I want to get the rest of the series!
Jan 24, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Nicely Written

Interesting storyline but a little slow at times. I enjoyed the intertwining of the characters as the story unfolded. A little disappointed with the ending. I guess there needed to be closure with the Char character or at least a hint of what may have happened to her in my opinion.
Ingrid Fountaine
Fate at its best

Two souls journey to find what was right before them. Passion, longing, heartbreak, sadness, joy, desire and love - Every character in the book has a story and they are all entwined. Very different that the time travel is to the future rather than to the past!
Kimmi Crook
Sep 04, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was such an adventure. I love when an author writes characters that you get attached to. You travel with them through the highs and the lows. Before you read I suggest that you have chocolates, wine, and tissues. I definitely recommend this read!
R King
Apr 01, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Indie Wish List
Aug 25, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arcs-2017
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A highlander showing up in the 1970s, I expected humor in the book. That was not the case. This book is written like a historical romance. Once I got passed my initial surprise that the book was to be taken seriously, I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I felt horrible for Angus. Torn from his time while sitting next to his father who just died in battle. It was so sad to read how he just wanted to go home to his mother, who was now all alone. Every day he
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After more than twenty-five years writing and delivering management and other training programs, Aleigha turned her writing efforts to fiction and poetry.

When not writing, you’ll often find Aleigha walking along the shore with her four-legged companion, Strider. The whoosh of waves across glistening sand, and the turbulent swell of the sea at sunset dissolve the noise of the day. If this fails to

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“Are you in need of assistance?" The man's fierce, disturbing appearance should have caused her to run in the opposite direction as fast as possible, but she felt an unexplainable urge to help him.

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