Review: Sadie’s Highlander by Maeve Greyson

The Highland Protector series brings to life four mouthwatering Celtic brothers in twenty-first-century North Carolina—where the lasses are anything but tamed.

Highland warrior Alec MacDara and his brothers traveled forward in time to protect the sacred Heartsone. Their cover? Owners and operators of a theme park called Highland Life and Legends. As the chairman, Alec has been fending off requests to film at the breathtaking property. It’s only because of the charming correspondence from an enterprising production assistant that he agrees to a meeting at all. That’s when Alec meets a woman whose lush curves make him forget, for the first time, all about tenth-century Scotland.

A lowly assistant for her sister’s motion picture company, wannabe screenwriter Sadie Williams is shocked when Alec agrees to let them film at the park upon one condition: that she report to him daily. Sadie’s sister always told her that their parents only adopted her because they felt sorry for the ugly little stray. But Alec looks at Sadie like she’s the most tempting creature in the world. And with his gleaming, musclebound body stripped down to nothing but a hip-hugging kilt and boots, Alec clearly knows a little something about temptation.

As always a big thank you to Random House Loveswept and NetGalley for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.

In the last series that I read by Maeve Greyson the heroines travelled back to tenth century Scotland but in this first book of the Highland Protectors the hero’s have jump forward into the twenty first century. Which is awesome, though they have adapted by the time the story really gets going it was interesting to see Alec’s reaction to all the changes. I am usually not too fond of books with a fantastical aspect to them, but something about Maeve’s books just intrigues me. They are all so well written. Another thing I really love is that Alec takes such an instant liking to Sadie and the attraction is explosive. I love how protective of her he is when it comes to her interactions with her sister. The one thing that made me so very sad was that Sadie was so easily hurt by her sister. I wish she would have been a stronger person, but if she was it might have not worked so well with Alec.

I give this book 5 time jumping kisses.

Happy Reading… Adri

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