A Highlander For Christmas

A Highlander for Christmas - Jamie Carie

 

Title: A Highlander For Christmas
Author: Jamie Carie
Publisher: J. C.
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: 4
Review:

"A Highlander For Christmas" by Jamie Carie

Book Description....

"A Christmas Novella: Lady Juliet Lindsay has made a colossal mistake. In the face of her parents’ rejection she realizes that a single stolen kiss could cost her everything. Sent to her aunt and uncle’s home in Scotland, she finds something in the rugged highland beauty that steals her heart…and a highland man, who seems her other half. Iain MacLeon, chieftain of the clan MacLeon, has one thing on his mind in a time where politics are like a tempest brewing—sheep. He loves his people and his land but he didn’t know he also needed a woman to share the load. And then he sees her…the flame-haired Englishwoman who steals his heart and holds it hostage against all his beliefs and all he holds dear. But how will he persuade his clan to love her as he does?"


What I liked about this novel...

"A Highlander For Christmas" was a quick delightful historical fiction/romance novella and once you start reading it one will find it hard to put down until the end. This author really knows how to give the reader a wonderful story with a great hero and heroine with some interesting secondary characters being well developed and in the end giving us a good quick Christmas story. The author really also gives us a good description of the settings in this nice clean romance story with such a inviting plot and a wonderful resolution. I loved how the hero Ian who was a strong man who trusted God and wanted to follow his will to save Juliet. The wrap up at the end of this read gives the reader a nice massage about the Christmas holiday novella that was filled with 'adventure, romance and courage.' Now, I don't want to give too much away other than say pick up this novel and see for yourself how this author will bring it all out to the reader as she presents such a spiritual thread throughout this compelling read that I would definitely say would be worth the read.