i won't be long because i'm really unwell but i had this ready and i wanted to give you something before i go back curling under the covers...
Genre: paranormal romance, fantasy, time travelSource: bought
Highlanders have become something I really enjoy and want more of it so when I discovered this series mixing them with paranormal I was curious and I had to try it. Let say that Donna Grant didn’t disappointed me. I loved how warriors and druids were linked together and the idea of old deities is always fascinating for me, I’m curious about their history and such.
I loved reading this book and I enjoyed the story a lot but I must admit that I didn’t relate to the characters as much as in some others series. I liked them, I want to learn more about them but I wasn’t exactly at their side during my reading. There was a kind of distance, perhaps because of the history between Gwynn and her father, I don’t know why. Still like I said I really enjoyed the story, the plot and the setting so I’m fully planning to read more about those dark Warriors. It was a novelty in my quest to discover new kind of paranormal creatures.
Gwynn is an American and while she always dreamed to visit
it was never in the circumstances and dangers she is confronted to. While
looking for her father, with whom she never had a really deep relation to start
with, she meet Scotland who tells her that she is a druid.
Gwynn remember her grandmother stories and the special abilities she has
as a child but because she was considered strange and since her mother didn’t
like that she ignored her magic and nearly forgot it until this day. Now
she has a destiny to accomplish and a warrior at her side but also strong
enemies who know more than her. Logan
I loved how they both had to learn from each other, it wasn’t one who had a knowledge no each of them has the knowledge the other need so it created a links between them. The others warriors are really interesting to and I was concerned for Ian a lot. I learned of the druids and warrior at the same time as Gwynn but I would like more of the Macleods brothers and of the warriors without forgetting their wife, the druids.
It’s a book really enjoyable and I took pleasure in it even if it could have been even better. If you are looking for a new paranormal series different from vampire and traditional shifters, if you love highlanders it’s a good book to try.
Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review