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Image of The Highlander's Bargain (The Novels of Loch Moigh)


Image of The Highlander's Bargain (The Novels of Loch Moigh)

Fans of the paranormal will find Longley’s second book in the Loch Moigh series to be extremely magical. This time- travel romance displays the author’s worldbuilding skills beautifully, and the numerous thrills and suspenseful plot will keep readers hooked throughout. It’s a little out of the ordinary, even for a Fae tale, but the characters connect well and their bold personalities make it believable.

Nurse Erin Durie has special powers that are sometimes more of a burden rather than a blessing. She avoids relationships and is tired of being lonely. Her world is turned upside down when gorgeous Robley, clad in a kilt, seems to drop in out of nowhere. He’s looking for someone to help him traverse through the 21st century and explains to Erin that he was sent by faerie Madame Giselle to recover precious, stolen property. Robley and Erin’s attraction is instantaneous and she wants to help, but is unsure if her powers are strong enough. As the clock ticks, they’re running out of time and Erin fears if she fails, she may lose her time-traveling Highlander forever. (MONTLAKE, Jul., 316 pp., $12.95)
Reviewed by: 
Jaime A. Geraldi