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Monday, February 2, 2009

Review - A Highlander of Her Own by Melissa Mayhue

Title: A Higlander of Her Own
Author: Melissa Mayhue
Publisher: Pocket Books
Buy Link: A Highlander of Her Own (Daughters of the Glen, Book 4)

Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewer: Sashet

TEXAS, PRESENT DAY. Ellie Denton’s world has spiraled out of control. A strange new birthmark, animals talking to her, and her mother’s ex-husband laying claim to the family ranch have her thinking life can’t get more complicated. But Ellie doesn’t know the birthmark’s connection to her Faerie ancestors. Complicated takes on a whole new meaning with her innocent wish to find her true love.

SCOTLAND, 1304. Caden MacAlister has more trouble than he can handle. With his brother held for ransom and the laird missing, the last thing he needs is another problem. But the Fae have other plans.
A mysterious woman shows up in his stables, sent by Faerie Magic to find her true love. Fighting his attraction, Caden insists she’s meant for one of his brothers. With his history, he has no desire for a woman in his life—especially a woman sent by the Fae.

Only the magic of the Fae can determine whether Ellie will find a Highlander of her own...

I found Melissa Mayhue’s Daughers of the Glen series quite by accident last year and instantly fell in love with the magic and time traveling of them. Like any series every time a new book comes out I worry that the series will falter. I’m very glad that not only did A Highlander of Her Own not let down its predecessors it joined them in my favorite reads category. Caden and Ellie are at war with each other almost from the moment they meet. How can a man from the fourteenth century deal with a woman from the twenty first century? She’s the opposite of everything he has been taught a lady should be. How can an opinionated twenty-first century woman deal with a lost love that is the perfect lady of the fourteenth century and win her man? The twist and turns, deceptions, betrayals and magic play out perfectly in A Highlander of Her Own. It helps if you’ve read the previous three books – but not required… the best kind of addition to a series.


  1. Stephanie ~

    I'm so honored by your rating of A Highlander of Her Own!!! Thank you so much!

    ~ Melissa

  2. Hoping to read this one soon, enjoying this series a lot.


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