- File Size: 2791 KB
- Print Length: 117 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Mirror Press (April 24, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 24, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07BBQ2V5K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #543,391 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
A Highlander's Hidden Heart (Timeless Romance Single Book 7) Kindle Edition
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I enjoyed the fresh spin of this novella. A heroine who is not perfect (I'm not going to say why, except that I don't think I've read too many books with characters who have this), well at least not to the ton, but who is sweet and charming and all things good and wonderful. A new Lord who is out of place but stepping up to his responsibility in the eyes of society, yet a Lord who won't set aside what is right to appease society.
Elizabeth and Alec you two made me smile. I couldn't stop cheering for you from the first moment you met. Alec, that Scottish backbone was just what Elizabeth needed to help her feel wanted and cherished. Way to go for putting that scoundrel in his place! Pow! I loved that scene. Oh and you two sneaking away for a quiet moment to talk (and possibly kiss)...Alec you know just what to say to make a Lady feel loved and adored. Good job not taking no for an answer and showing true love can conquer all. <3
I wasn't a big fan of Elizabeth's parents. I was a little frustrated with them at certain parts, which I think is the point. But I was still frustrated with the dad at the end. Grrrrrrrrr..... Ok, I'll not say why but I think when you read it you'll understand completely. Alec's mom on the other hand, loved her!
Even though it's a novella, I felt like the author did a great job of creating a good friendship between these two, and that friendship bloomed into love beautifully.
Elizabeth and Alec are taken with each other from the start. He's just the type of man she needs. She can be herself around him which helps her relax so her speech impediment isn't as bad. She immediately realizes that he and his mother don't notice her speech problem which I LOVED. There are a couple of obstacles to their pairing--the insufferable Lord Lindley who only wants to marry Elizabeth for her dowry, and the prejudice of her father against the Scottish.
Thankfully Alec's care and treatment of Elizabeth gave her courage and enabled her to finally speak to her parents telling them the truth about Lord Lindley, who Elizabeth described once "his ensemble was all black. Matching the color of his soul".
Alec was just what the kindhearted Elizabeth needed. He truly cared for her and showed it by his actions and how he spoke to her. I liked his mother--she seemed more motherly to Elizabeth than her own mother. As for Elizabeth's parents, I wanted to reach in to the book and shake some sense into them--they cared more for how things looked to the ton than what was best for their only daughter. Thank goodness for Kitty the dog or Alec and Elizabeth may not have ended up together.
I loved this Timeless Romance novella and wish it would've been longer so we could've had more of Alec's Scottish brogue.
Elizabeth is shy because she has a speech impediment. Therefore, when she meets her new neighbor, the new Earl of Suffield, she is astonished that her speech is much clearer with him. However, when her father announces to her that he's going to marry her off to a man who is cruel, she struggles to communicate to her father her wishes. Yet, what can she do to avoid the marriage?
Alec has just arrived in England from his native Scotland to assume a title he never expected. When he meets his neighbor, his interest in her is immediate. But, what can he do to stop her father from marrying her to another man? Especially when there is still so much prejudice against the Scottish?
What follows is a sweet story that unfolds as Alec rises to the challenge of defending those he loves. He becomes a true hero. Could the ending have been a bit more realistic? Sure. I can think of a couple of better ideas, but I'm not going to let it ruin an otherwise fine story.
Romance - PG, several kisses
Language - PG / clean
Violence - mild fight scene
My rating - 4.5 (half point deducted for the ending.)