My San Francisco Highlander By Aleigha Siron 3.5 stars Reviewed on behalf of 3 Degrees of Fiction Book Blog
So, overall I thought that this was a pretty decent read. I love historical romance and this is what I thought I was getting but I was wrong on some aspects, whilst it read like one I wouldn’t really consider the time period to be historical. I loved the twist that the author used on times travel; in fact it is the second book that I have read recently that had included time travel but the other way! I thought that this was a really interesting read. This is also the first time that I have read anything by this author and I really liked her writing style. Her writing is realistic and there were some great twists and turns, I found myself wrapped up in the story of the characters. I definitely wouldn’t mind a sexy, strong highlander appearing in front of me!! Whilst I liked the characters although I struggled to connect with them at times but I did feel the connection between them. A good time travel story with some good twists, I would definitely recommend this as a nice easy to read story.
Highlander Angus Brian Cameron has just lost his father in battle. He is knocked unconscious and wakes up in hell. Well that's what he believes. Gillian Adair discovers the badly wounded and very confused Highlander when walking her dog. Our hero has a very difficult time ahead of him. Our heroine is almost as confused about what she feels. There is a lot of laughs and more than a few tears. All the characters are very believable and lovable. This is part of a series but easily read as a stand alone. It will definitely tempt you to read the others. I loved it.
Disappointed, after reading Finding My Highlander, I thought book 2 would be just as good, bit of a predictable and boring story line! Looks like the author Aleigha Siron will be using some characters from this book for future books, there were a lot of open-ended characters especially Char (Charlotte). Overall I didn’t really enjoy the book, however if Aleigha Siron writes a third book in this series, I would be prepared to give it a go as I enjoyed her first book, therefore fingers crossed she will be back on form with her third book.