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    Sadie's Highlander

    I loved Maeve's first series! I loved reading those previous books. This is the next series and it has me pulled in already. I love the Magic in these books! Alec MacDara is running the Clan for his aging father. Sadie is Delia's Cinderella! Delia is a horrid person to make movies. Sadie is promised to be able to write. Alec is trying to help Sadie. Sadie lives with the family and the teen, Esme has them in their hands. Delia is still driving Sadie to do her work. Sadie is watching because she knows Delia will break her contract. Alec is leader of protecting some special items with Goddess magic. Delia does put out where she shouldn't and ruins a large part of the family. Alec saved the specials and Sadie runs away thinking it was her fault. You will start to read this book and get pulled in to story. I fell for this story and hope you will enjoy reading this book. Don't let this book get away! Give it a chance! I volunteered to read and review this book.
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    Loved it

    'Sadie's Highlander' by Maeve Greyson is the First Book in The New Series Called "Highland Protector". This is the story of Alec MacDara and Sadie Williams. Alex and his family were brought to the 21 Century about 15 years ago. The MacDara family are the protectors of the Heartstone. The Goddess assigned adviser Dwyn MacKay , guardian and who has helped the MacDara Family adjust to there new Time Travel. Alex and his family have a famous Scottish Theme Park and Delia who is Sadie's sister wants to shoot a Romance Film there. Sadie has been emailing Alex back and forth which has made Alex grow to like her and possible have feeling for her. When Dwyn asked if he has brought this up to the Hearstone, he said that he has and that they 'warmed', which is a good sign. So Even thought Alex doesn't like or trust Delia or her Production company he grants them six weeks if Sadie will be with him every day of that six weeks and that Sadie is to alert him if Delia breaks the contracted rules. Sadie is the adopted sister of Delia and neither her sister nor her parents ever treated her with respect and always made comments on her looks. But Sadie is an honest person just trying to making it in to production writing and such. So when she is asked to do this she is slow to agree but she does seem to be drawn to Alex..but is Sadie the one for Alex? I really enjoyed this book! Alex was a hard working person looking out for his family and the Heartstone never taking time for himself until Sadie came. Loved it!! "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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    Hot Scottish Romance

    Let’s take a minute to drool over the cover of this book. It totally fits with the book. My mental image of Alec is definitely personified by the male model (the braid in his hair is a plus). The female model used for Sadie is dead on with my mental image of her. The cover shows the love Alec has for Sadie and vice versa. Kudos to whoever designed it because they obviously read the book and got a cover that matches the book. Not very often that it happens I really was expecting Sadie’s Highlander to be one of those bodice-ripper romance novels. And in a way, it was. But what I wasn’t expecting was the feels I got from reading the book and the direction that the plot took. It was something that took me by surprise. Sadie had an awful life. She had been abused her entire life by her older sister, Delia and she didn’t feel that she had any worth. It was awful to read how Delia treated Sadie and set the standard for how other people treated her. Sadie was at the bottom of the totem pole, the low woman in the pecking order at her job and in her personal relationship with Delia. It made me so mad to read those scenes because Sadie was so sweet. While I knew why Sadie didn’t want to tell Delia off, all about the money, I really wish that she did sooner….for my peace of mind. Alec was one of the last druid Highlanders who had been magically transported to North Carolina to help protect the Heartstone from those that would use it for evil. He had fallen for Sadie while they were exchanging emails and seeing her in person sealed the deal for him. I liked him because he saw through Delia’s BS and saw the fake, evil person that she was. When Delia did something truly unforgivable (read the book), I really thought (and hoped) that he was going to kill her. Which disappointed me because he didn’t and he had to deal with Sadie’s emotional fallout. Now, I wasn’t a fan of the Instalove but in this book, it actually worked. Which surprised me because I am firmly anti-Instalove. Go figure. The sex scenes were super hot but I am not a fan of sex with food. Alec and Sadie’s first sex scene involved whipped cream (and I had a mental image of the whipped cream bikini from Varsity Blues running through my mind even though they didn’t use it like that) and strawberries. The whipped cream was fine but the strawberries were….interesting. Now they did get eaten but my main line of thought during that sex scene was “What if they get stuck? How would you explain that to the ER Doctor“. I had the same thought with the pecan pie scene….lol. The end had to have been my favorite part of the book. Alec was doing everything and anything to show Sadie that she mattered. I ugly cried the end of the book. I can’t wait to read book 2!! **I received a free copy of this book and volunteered to review it**
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    Swoon-Worthy Highland Romance!

    Sadie and Alec…sigh, a swoon-worthy Highlander time-travel romance! It was different from the other Highlander romances I’ve read by this author as it wasn’t as humorous…it dealt with a tough subject, cruelty by an overbearing family member. Sad to say, I could relate to this and really empathized with Sadie. God bless Alec and his love for Sadie because she needed that in her life. It was truly a wonderful love story, full of hope and promise. And I was thrilled that the cruel family member got a well-deserved come-uppance!
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    Give me an Alec!

    It’s been years since I’ve read a time travel romance and I was so excited to get this one. Alec and his family are in charge of protecting the Heartstone which feeds love and hope into all mankind. When they are in danger of falling under the attack of the enemy, the goddesses send them forward into time. Sadie has never known love. Her life has been filled of insecurities and emotional abuse. Alec finagles her into his life and home having been drawn to her from the first “wee email” he received from her. What follows is a sweet love story as these two grow closer together. When Sadie’s sister does the unthinkable, Sadie takes the blame and Alec must find a way to show her not only what an astonishing woman she is but how much he loves her. This was a steamy story with plenty of humor and great secondary characters. I did feel that the length of time after this couple’s separation was too long and filled with scenes that did not add to the story itself. I enjoyed it and would love to see where this author takes the brothers in future books. ARC provided by NetGalley and Random House Publishing – Loveswept Dual POV Safe No apparent triggers
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