- Libro de bolsillo: 342 páginas
- Editor: Zebra Books (1 de abril de 2010)
- Colección: Zebra Historical Romance
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1420110055
- ISBN-13: 978-1420110050
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Lord of the Isles (Zebra Historical Romance) (Inglés) Libro de bolsillo – 1 abr 2010
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Transported back in time and into the arms of a wounded Scottish Highlander, Dr. Ali Graham nurses both his body and his heart back to health, forcing her to choose between love and returning to her own time. Original.
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However saying that I will admit that it was a bit slow starting for me but well worth getting through those chapters and into the meat of the story. I laughed and cried at times and liked the ending.
Other reviewers had issues with the accuracy of the history and some of the characters.I normally don't comment on other reviewers since everybody has their own opinion and are most definitely entitled to them but I can't help myself in this instance. Yes, those that rated this under 4 stars had legitimate comments but it's a fictional (not true, a fantasy,) historical (not of current times) romance novel not a reference manual. If you nix this read because of their comments it will be a pity. I hope you enjoy it like I did. Not trying to stir up a can of worms just my humble opinion.
I really enjoyed the plot; it is full of colorful characters: From Ali & Rory to laird Macdonald all of them the kind of people you will love to read about. I love it when I can relate so much to the characters of a book, that I wish them to be happy as if they were real people.
I do think that the author maybe made the book longer than necessary ( it would had been more exciting, should it have been a BIT shorter ) but still I truly enjoyed the story and would definitely recommend it.
So in I dove, reading the first chapter and being hooked. The extra bonus was that it was a time travel and my spirits were lifted higher. Who doesn't love a big, burly, handsome Highlander and a strong headed woman that fall in love? It had the makings of being a wonderful read and it was.
Would I recommend this book to someone else? You bet. Lots of action, romance, humor, and drama rolled into one. If you've never read a time travel romance before, I suggest you give this one a go.
As for me, I'm now starting the second book in the series.
I won't replay the book as it's already been done quite well by other reviewers. I thought the opening was choppy and read a bit like "See Jane get lost, see Jane see her likeness in a portrait, see Jane wind up in bed with the hottie whose portrait she just lusted after." However, from the moment Jane a/k/a Ali landed in the MacLeod clan, I was absorbed.
So absorbed, in fact, that I completely did NOT see a particularly entertaining plot twist. Now, I may not be as intelligent as other readers/reviews. I may have been so into the story that the "Ah ha! I know where the author is going with this" just never kicked in. In either case, to be completely shocked by a particular happening in this, one of my favorite genres, is rare. Ms. Mazzuca accomplished it and for that, she has my most sincere thanks!
There was very little stumbling over editing issues. I had only a couple of instances where I had to re-read a couple of phrases when it seemed that the language didn't make sense. I loved the secondary characters and was able to suspend my disbelief enough to thoroughly enjoy Ali's exploits. I very nearly stopped reading during the wedding night scene, but the writer gracefully avoided my defection. I will read this again!