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A tricky take on a time travel romance that spans centuries. The story is not typical and the twists are not expected. With a talent that is inspired Dee Davis weaves a tale full of colorful individuals incredible visuals and timeless romance. She brings to life each character in exacting detail with no nuance of personality overlooked. lt's as if you're actually seeing them all, you can hear and smell and feel everyone and every detail. She leaves no stone unturned as she leads you on the journey right beside her.
NARRATOR: Ross Pendleton is incredibly talented too. His accents are spot on and his individual characters are true individuals whether male or female, yoang or old you will always KNOW specifically who is speaking and exactly what they mean.
CREDITWORTHY? Most definitely yes. If a excellent Medieval Highland Romance is what you want than this is it. Add the mystery of a man's time travel journey and it is sheer perfection.
HEAT FACTOR: Sizzle and steam, without crudity. The sexual tension is palpable. The myriad of sex situations is eluded to but only the loving side is tenderly addressed in any detail.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I enjoyed all the characters... if a bit predictable... the story was still quite entertaining. Loved the narration... he did an excellent job with all the different voices. I'm glad I purchased it & recommend this book for an easy, romantic getaway!
I can add another author to my reading list! Good story line, although Cameron character was a bit flacky.
I couldn't stop reading
If you could sum up Wild Highland Rose in three words, what would they be?
romantic historical drama
Who was your favorite character and why?
I liked the hero and heroine equally.
Which character – as performed by Ross Pendleton – was your favourite?
All of them. He even does the villains well.
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
No idea. I wish books were never made into films. It spoils them.
Any additional comments?
Although this is called a trilogy, there is actually no connection between the books, unless it's the time travel element. This, as with its predecessor, is a great stand-alone novel in its own right. Unlike with a lot of romance novels, there's no dominant hero conquering the female. They're equals. This is full of powerful emotion and strong characters.