Sunday, October 4, 2015

Alisa's Review: The Highlander's Woman by Monica Burns


ebook275 pages
Published September 1st 2015 by Maroli SP Imprints


WARNING: Book contains a proud Highlander unwilling to surrender his heart a second time, and a half-Scottish heroine who, like most Rockwoods, is up to the challenge of making her man realize she's The Highlander's Woman.

Julian MacTavish’s honor made him guard a friend’s secret. But his lies to keep that vow make it difficult to prove his faithfulness as a husband. When a terrible inferno scars Patience’s body and mind, she becomes a recluse, widening the divide between them. But it’s her lack of trust, not her disfigurement, which sends Julian home alone to Scotland convinced he’s lost her forever. 

Forgiveness in the face of death comes easily to Patience MacTavish, but the thought of being a burden to her husband does not. When a twist of fate takes Julian’s sight from him, Patience returns home hoping to make amends for not having faith in him. Pity is the last thing Julian wants from anyone, especially his wife, and it’s his turn to question her sincerity. Now, Patience must convince her husband that she’s come home for no other reason than love, even if it means arranging a highlander’s seduction. 

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This book actually had alot packed into the first few chapters. But it does not sizzle out, oh no this book keeps you glued to the kindle for the entire story.
Patience has a lot to deal with. Should she trust her husband's word, should she see him after she is injured? Should she then go to him when he is later injured in an accident? What are her feelings for him throughtout the story. Its such a rollercoaster!!
Julian tries to hard to be steadfast, but he is always loyal.

*I received my copy for review from Netgalley.