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Friday, January 18, 2013

Review: Highland Heart by Heather McCollum - 3 Wine Glasses


Highland HeartHighland Heart
by Heather McCollum
Kindle Edition, 55 pages
Published December 17th 2012 by Entangled Publishing
ISBN13 9781622669950
Englishman who swindled his father. Set on retribution, he’s caught off-guard by the thief’s beautiful daughter, a lass whose beauty and spirit leave him questioning the value of revenge.Rachel Brindle has a secret: she can heal people with her magic. While journeying with her father and sister into the Highlands, she becomes a prize sought between two warring clans. She must use her cunning and her healing magic to prevent the same slaughter that started the blood feud a century ago. But when her secret is exposed, will it condemn her in the eyes of the barbarian who has capture not only her family, but also her heart?
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Crystal's Thoughts:


Highland Heart is a very short story about a young English woman with exceptional healing powers, traveling to the Highlands with her younger sister and ignoble father who are then captured by a warring clan.  Riddled with action and passion, Highland Heart is a quick but fulfilling read. Being only about 50 pages or so, the romance was short and incomprehensive but still felt true and well-written.

I saw on other reviews that this is perhaps a prequel to the author's previous book, Captured Heart, and after looking it up realized that it is the story for some secondary characters from Highland Heart. I just purchase it and can't wait to get started on it now!

I would recommend Highland Heart to sweet romance reader fans looking for a quick lunchtime or in-between read!


3 Wine Glasses
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2 comments:

Lover of Romance said...

Great Review! This is going to have to go on my TBR list!!! It definitely sounds like one story I would love to get my hands on!

Tina B said...

I really enjoyed this one! I sometimes feel like I am missing things when reading short stories like this, but I didn't feel like that for the most part. I loved both the hero and heroine. I already have Captured Heart on my Kindle. I'll have to put that next on my list. :)
Great review! Thanks for sharing, Crystal.