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Angeline is a life-long lover of history and romances. Her first books began with the saga of the MacKintosh clan in her Questions for a Highlander series and she also writes in the genres of time travel romance, contemporary romance and YA fiction.
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D. A. Rhine
on July 03, 2014 :
I am a huge Fortin fan and have read all the books in the Highland series. I read this one last.
The story starts off a bit sluggish with many details about Kate and her work, but once Kate transitions to Brand's time, the pace quickens, and I found myself staying up late to read, 'just one more chapter'.
Kate is likable and quite assertive, maybe to a fault, especially in this time. And Brand is a lovely character, hunky, sensual, and sexy; however, he breaks character when he seduces a woman in his employ. It was hard to believe that someone of his stature, with his integrity, would have broken societal rules for Kate, a housekeeper with no money or social standing. It's plausible and because I liked the characters so much I overlooked that issue and simply enjoyed their interaction.
If you've read and liked other books in this series, you'll enjoy this one too. There's a lot of heat between the two main characters to keep you satisfied and turning pages. Just remember it's only fiction and meant to be entertaining...not a historical text.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Feb. 05, 2012 :
Absolutely loved this book! Definitely well worth the money! Loved Kate's spunkiness and Brand's hunkiness. :) All in all a fabulous read, but would have loved to read about Brand conquering the 21st century in his own way. :)
(reviewed within a week of purchase)