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Friday, February 10, 2006

Wedding The Highlander by Janet Chapman

A runaway beauty finds love in the brawny arms of a handsome stranger...


Talented surgeon Libby Hart is fleeing to Pine Creek, Maine, when her car spins out of control and crashes into a pond. She is rescued by Michael MacBain, a medieval highlander trapped in the modern world by a wizard's spell. Wounded in love once before by a modern woman, Michael wants nothing to do with Libby, but he can't resist the intense desire she stirs within him. Can this proud warrior pledge his heart to a woman whose secret threatens to change their lives forever?


This is the third book in Janet Chapman's Highlander Series.

Man, I had a really, really hard time getting into this book. Like...forever! I think I started it almost a month ago and just finished it the night before last.

I ended up really enjoying it, but the first..half? didn't really do it for me.

I was so looking forward to Michael's story, too, so I was very disappointed in the way it started out. I think what bothers me the most about this series is that there isn't much character development - or relationship development - throughout the books. Basically they meet and BAM! they're together. There's no preface or build up, it just happens.

Still, it wasn't bad and I'm anxious to read the next two, so I guess I can't complain too much, right?

3.5 out of 5

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