Scottish romance

C+
Spell of the Highlander

Karen Marie Moning is one of the few, if not only Time Travel authors I have ever been able to read. The books are fun and don't seem to take themselves too seriously without completely mocking the genre. I open a KMM book expecting a good time, a hunky Celtic, and a curse or two thrown in for good ...

B
Keeping Kate

Captain Alexander (Alec) Fraser, officer and lawyer for his Highland Regiment, has been summoned to London to demonstrate Highland broadsword fighting for the Queen's birthday. There he sees, and becomes entranced with (though he doesn't speak to) Kate MacCarran, a fellow Highlander in London ostens ...

D-
The Dark Highlander

Och, lass, I have more problems than praise for The Dark Highlander; in fact, I have virtually no praise at all. Whatever success this author attained in terms of decent imagery or interesting detail was lost on a hero and heroine who had me gritting my teeth in irritation by the middle of the book. ...

B
Kiss of the Highlander

Set during a period that brings to mind impregnable castles, kilted warriors, and rugged mountains, Kiss of the Highlander is actually a cute love story with only a sprinkling of atmosphere. Karen Marie Moning’s latest work is the furthest thing from an impressive, cathartic epic. I almost feel gu ...