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    I Loved It

    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 alone. It will definitely tempt you to read the others. I loved it.
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    Falling through time and into love

    Angus is, hands down, my favorite character in this book. He is the hero I want when I read historical romances. Old-fashioned sense of honor and dignity, unrivaled need to care for those he loves, unyielding strength, and surprising compassion. He's the epitome hero of the genre I love the most. He is not a fit for 1975 San Francisco. The world he's thrust into is a far cry from the one he knows. "Lost" doesn't begin to describe him as he navigates his surroundings. Unaccustomed to cars, language, clothing, politics, he flounders and struggles for footing. He finds it, somewhat, in Gillian. Gillian is...hard to like. (Since I'm an 80's kid, the political upheaval and mindset of the 70's is kinda lost on me, although it seems to have repeated itself in recent times.) Gillian is a feminist (to me) and her "I am woman, hear me roar" mantra clashes loudly with Angus's 1600's values regarding women. It made her an abrasive female lead, one I'm not used to reading about therefore one that was difficult, but not impossible, to like. The secondary characters will make you want more from Ms. Siron. Gillian's brother reminds me of my uncle who served in Vietnam and came home a different man. The stories I've been told of his return mirror her brother's, the PTSD, reaction to being a civilian, lack of acceptance from society. My heart cried for him and longed for him to find happiness. I hope he does. The story overall is lovely and moves along steadily despite so much going on. Angus and Gillian's relationship isn't easy, and at times I had trouble connecting/relating to either. Those moments made me wonder if their happily ever after was really worth it. But who am I to judge? The strongest relationships I bear witness to in real life are the ones in which a happily ever after just didn't seem possible. I didn't read the first book; I don't feel you need to to read this one. Ms. Siron's use of time-travel, historical to modern, is interesting and not one I come across often. This is a well-written story, enjoyable despite my slight aversion to Gillian. It's one I may revisit later to see if my feelings have changed. Received from publisher for an honest review

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