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Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Only With A Highlander by Janet Chapman

She must choose between her destiny...and her desire.

As soon as Pine Creek's new mystery man steps into her art gallery, Winter MacKeage is intrigued. This sexy stranger, Matt Gregor, wants her to do some drawings of his dream house. And with his tiger-gold eyes and masculine charm, he's impossible to resist. But so is Winter's Scottish heritage. As the seventh MacKeage daughter, she must embrace her true magical calling...and deny her mortal desires. Soon Winter is heating up — in Matt's strong arms — and her fiery heart is torn. Can she give up the destiny she was born to fulfill for the only man she's ever truly loved?

This is the 5th book in Janet Chapman's Higlander Series. I was naughty and skipped the 4th book, Tempting The Highlander, because I couldn't find it and I was impatient to read Winter's story.

It wasn't worth it.

First of all, I was completely lost. There were quite a few references to things that happened in Tempting and I kept going around in circles.

Plus, the book was just sort of..blah for me. Not that I didn't enjoy it, because I did. It just didn't grab me and suck me in. It took me quite a bit longer to read this than it should have, I think.

In any case, the storyline was pretty good and the hero was really yummy, but I think I would have enjoyed it quite a bit more if I'd read Tempting first.

I'm giving it a 3.00 out of 5, but I may change this after I read Tempting.

If I ever get around to it, that is.

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