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    Funny with a good plot

    There was much to like about this story, but unfortunately there are several problems with it as well. I very much appreciate the glossary of characters at the beginning. The story is laugh out loud funny through much of the tale. Effie, a secondary character, is a hoot. She is the comic relief as well as emotional support for the heroine. Young Colleen, another secondary character, is such a wonderful, precocious addition to the story. The plot is a good one, and this was a quick read. Scottish accents are great in dialogue or character thoughts, but this story unfortunately also has it in the narrative which is just too much. The author also needs to decide how each character pronounces certain words and stick to it. The hero says a certain 18+ word, three different ways. Different characters can say it different, but each character should say it consistently for his personality. In the dialogue, the Scottish characters were constantly making references to Scottish this and that or being Scottish. National pride is one thing, but people just don’t throw their nationality around as much as these characters did in the dialogue. We know they are Scottish & in Scotland; don’t beat us over the head with it. Additionally the dialogue seemed stilted or Pollyanna sometimes, and other times the subject matter came out of left field, almost as if something was edited out, and the rest of the conversation wasn’t checked for relevance. I never felt like I could picture the main characters because every few chapters, we’d learn something new about their appearance. You can’t wait until halfway through the story to throw in something like “his braid fell across her shoulder as he leaned down.” Didn’t know he wore his hair braided. Sometimes it felt like I’d just been dumped into the story because there are a lot of things mentioned that occurred before the story starts, but at the same time, I didn't feel lost just a little out of sorts. I’m not referring to things obviously in a previous unread book. I’m talking of things germane to this story. Many of the scene transitions are jarring. The characters would be doing one thing, and suddenly they’d be doing something else. This may have been a formatting issue in the ARC, but I’m inclined to think not. Several times when referring to the shifters, the word “human” was used. Shifters are not humans, even in this story. They have a human form and an animal form so to refer to them as human was confusing. “People” would be fine, but not “humans”. Lastly, the final confrontation with the villain was anticlimactic after all the buildup to how powerful and dangerous he was. Especially since the previous encounters with him didn’t turn out so well for the hero and heroine. Even with all the things wrong with the story, I still enjoyed it thanks to the hysterical antics of some of the characters. I will definitely be trying another book in the series.
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    A Highlanders passion

    An excellent read, that keeps you intrigued until the very end. Love hurt, sorrow and finding your way back to love an understanding. How the years may divide you but when you are meant to be together time will find a way I would recommend this book to everyone, especially those who believe in true love.
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    A Highlander's Passion

    Kenzie has sworn off men but when dark forces set their sights on Kenzie, she’ll have to team up with bear-shifter Bryce Matheson in this exciting paranormal romance. Kenize has survived her abusive ex-husband, sworn off men, uses her powers to protect and heal and she doesn’t need Bryce stirring up desires best left forgotten but not only does he stir them up, Bryce sets her passions aflame which leads to some hot steamy encounters. The reader can’t help but be taken in by these strong compelling characters while they struggle with their pasts and their desires. All the characters in the story have lots of charisma and come together with such a vibrant intensity that they support each other’s personalities which add a large ‘family’ atmosphere to the story and add lots of depth. The well written scenes bring the story to life white spine tingling anticipation builds as evil comes calling and the danger to Kenzie escalates and secrets of Kenzie’s past are revealed. The fast paced and smooth flowing plot captivates readers with lots of suspense, excitement and romance while the setting adds that little something extra that makes a story magical. The author has created a fascinating world of shifters and magic with some interesting and different elements and charming characters that I couldn’t help but fall in love with. There are two special characters that really steal the heart and that’s Effie, a pink haired older lady with her own special charm and a precious little angel that twists everyone of the character around her little fingers. I was completely bewitched by this story from the very beginning, and I especially loved the happy, heartwarming conclusion and I have to say I can’t wait to find out what the author has in store for Ronan who swears he will never let a female win his heart.
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    this book has it all

    I really enjoyed this one. The humor, the paranormal elements, the setting, the suspense, and the action all combined to make a great story. Danger is lurking and Kenzie is in the middle of it all. Bryce is kicking himself for not taking what Kenzkie was freely giving because now he has his work cut out for him. Kenzie's ex was a horrible person and she is now trying to move on without a man or bear in her life, but Kenzie's new matchmaking charge will hear none of that. Bryce's daughter is such a character and had me laughing several times through out the book. The chemistry between Kenzie and Bryce is hot, but you can feel the connection between the two. Overall it was a highly enjoyable story I would strongly recommend reading.
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