Review: The Highlander’s Sin





I must sing praise for this book!  I could kick myself for waiting so long to read it.  Really.  It’s that good.  In fact, it’s startlingly impressive. 

love it


I began reading this book the other day not really knowing what to expect (other than what the book blurb mentioned).  I have to admit that I’d never read anything by Eliza Knight that I can remember so I was a little iffy as to how she could write.  Would she draw me in the story? Would it be worth my time reading?  All kinds of questions lingered…

THE HIGHLANDER’S SIN is book six in The Stolen Bride Series.  It’s the only one I happened to have on hand and so I wanted to crack it open to see if I would enjoy it.  I more than enjoyed it.  I LOVE this book.  The story had it all: action, suspense, romance, and humor (gotta have humor in a book, it’s a MUST!).  I found myself smiling several times throughout the book.  There’s just something about a priest who kidnaps a lady that I found to be irresistible.  Ms. Knight drew me into the characters lives and I couldn’t wait to find out where she would go with them. 

Ms. Knight is an extraordinary writer. When I finished the book, I closed it wearing a satisfied smile.  I felt like I’d traveled to Scotland.  She describes everything in such detail that you’ll feel as if you’re right there in the scene.  That’s exactly what I want in a historical romance (or any romance really).  I want to be so drawn into the story that I forget what’s going on around me.  Ms. Knight did that for me. 

I adore that this story is set back in the time when William Wallace was alive.  I love reading about this time period in history. 

I absolutely could sing this authors praise all day.  If you love Highlander stories, or historical romance you should definitely give this book a read.  You will not be sorry. 


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s