Review~ The Highland Bride’s Choice by Amanda Forester

HighlandBridesChoiceBook: The Highland Bride’s Choice

Series: Campbell Sisters #1

Author: Amanda Forester

Format: e-book

Page Count: 93

Published: Sourcebooks Casablanca, 2013

Source: Publisher

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This was a sweet novella. As the term suggests, it was short and yet to the point. Laird Campbell is trying to marry off his sisters one by one, and the first one to go is Elyne Campbell, the practical sister. She’s happy to do her duty and marry the man her brother chooses for her, and yet when the groom’s party arrives, she realizes she’s more attracted to her intended’s cousin, Tavish Grant, than the groom himself. Somewhere along the story, the two get stranded in an abandoned cottage, and that seems to be the cherry on top in their complicated situation.

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ARC Review: How to Handle a Highlander by Mary Wine

HowToHandleAHighlanderBook: How To Handle a Highlander

Series: Highlander #6

Author: Mary Wine

Format: e-book

Page Count: 320

Published: Sourcebooks Casablanca, November 2013

Source: Publisher

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Usually people, and when I say ‘people’ I mean my mom and my sister, criticize me over my ability to determine who looks like who. According to them, the two people I often think look alike are very obviously different, and yet the similarity is clear as a sunny day to me.
The point of this three lined introduction is that I thought the cover guy of this book looked pretty similar to the famous-and very nice- tennis player Roger Federer. Can anyone else see the similarity? Or is it just me, and my mom and sister are right? Anyway, that was why this book struck me while I was looking for my next read.

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