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    Historical Fiction

    The Wolf of Kisimul Castle by Heather McCollum Highland Isles Series #3 Another stellar story from Heather McCollum! I loved Mairie and Alec and the story of their wooing. That first scene, the kiss, the kidnapping and along the way saving a few dogs…all in the name of revenge – a bride for a bride – right – that is what Alec thinks as he kidnaps Mairie and steals her away on her wedding day taking her to Kisimul Castle with plans to take her as his wife. The introduction was superb. Meeting Alec’s friends, family and children a delight and the interaction Mairie has with each person she meets always entertaining. Alec and Mairie do eventually begin to like one another and their relationship heats up but with her family looking for her, a baddie on the prowl, intrigue and an impostor creating trouble it is not easy sailing for either hero or heroine. What was once considered cursed by some is found to be the heart of Kisimul by another and to that person it becomes a haven rather than a prison. With the love Alec and Mairie feel for one another only good things are foreseen for them, Alec’s son and daughter and the MacNeil Clan. Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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    I Loved It

    Mairi Maclean is about to get married for the second time. Both times have been for the good of her clan. Her brother has been trying to talk her out of it, and has schemed to tempt her. Alec MacNeil will take from the MacInnes what was taken from him. The big difference being, he will not murder anyone to do it. Alec's castle is an impenetrable fortress, but it's cursed. Can he make it a place that a woman could be happy in?. Danger, and intrigue haunt the castle. Laughter and happiness are needed to bring it to life. Our hero is a good but lonely man with heavy burdens and responsibilities. Our heroine is sometimes too stubborn for her own good. This is part of a series but easily read as a stand alone. I now want to go and find the other books to read. I thoroughly enjoyed every page.
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    Loved it!

    'The Wolf of Kisimul Castle by Heather McCollum is Book Three in the "Highland Isles" series. This is the story of Mairi Maclean and Alec MacNeil. I have read the other book in this series (and LOVED THEM!) but feel this can easily be a standalone book. Mari first marriage was for family alliance, which turned out very bad. Mari first husband was an older and hateful man. Whose son mistreated her when he was away. But now her husband is dead and she has returned to her brother. Tor Maclean (who we met in the first book). But now Mari has willing agreed to marry again for family alliances but this time she thinks that it a safe choice. But she is taken by Alec before she can marry. Alec has two children who are left with no mother after Mairi husband killed his wife, In addition, the clan and neighboring towns people feel that his Castle is cursed. So most of the house workers are gone and the Castle is falling apart inside. So Alec thinks a Wife For a Wife and takes Mairi. But Mairi is a headstrong women who isn't easily talked into going along with his command of Marriage. I so enjoyed this book and this series! Ms. McCollum has a way to make you feel apart of the story. I love watching Mairi build a relationship with the kids who were sad and neglected. Mari truly became the heart of Kisimul Castle! I also love with you have such great secondary characters that you hope you will see more of them soon in another story!! Just Loved it!! Highland Isles:, Book 1: The Beast of Aros Castle , Book 2: The Rogue of Islay Isle, Book 3: The Wolf of Kisimul, "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read.
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    Another hit!!

    Well written Medieval Romance with plenty of action, romance and passion. The cast of characters are believable, engaging and interesting. This story grabbed me from the beginning to end, and pulled at my heart strings. Fast paced with twists and turns, danger, and finding a HEA. The plot was intriguing, and captivating. I enjoy Ms.McCollum's writing style, her eye for details, her historical reference and her characterizations. A must read!! Can be read as a stand alone. Heart pounding romance. Another hit by this author! Rating: 4.5 Heat rating: Mild Reviewed by: AprilR
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    This book brought it!

    Mairi and Alec were like oil and water. But, the sparks between them were electric. I LOVED Mairi's strength and fierce determination! I really like a story with a heroine that won't get cow-eyed or melt into jiggling jello at the first kiss. Mairi had spunk and spice and gave back as good as she got. She didn't back down and definitely tested Alec's patience at every turn. And, once he got over himself and his need for revenge, Alec was quite a likable, sigh-worthy character. McCollum has outdone herself! *I received a complimentary ARC of this book from NetGalley & Entangled Publishing, LLC in order to read and provide a voluntary, unbiased and honest review, should I choose to do so.
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