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Released: August 2017
ISBN: 9781370607488
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Series: Finding My Highlander series, #2
Author: Aleigha Siron
Length: Novel
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Price: $3.99

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A love three hundred years in the making — After being knocked out in battle, Angus Cameron wakes in a terrifying new world with flying beasts, horseless carriages, crazy music, and strangely dressed people. Has he gone mad? When Angel Adair discovers a man in 1975's San Francisco Lands End park dressed in little more than a Scottish kilt, is he just a confused drifter or her dream-lover come to life?

Angel stepped carefully down the slope toward her deerhound. “Simon, come to me,” she commanded more forcefully. As she reached to brace herself against a tree, the form of what appeared to be another dirty, ragged homeless man turned in her direction. His heavily muscled frame, imposing even while leaning against a boulder and sitting in the dirt, halted her. Dried blood crusted along his arms and legs, tangles of debris clotted through his chestnut shoulder-length hair. He wore a dark plaid kilt streaked with mud and more blood. Her breath stopped, could he be Daniel? Of course, only the man’s rugged mien and broad shoulders resembled her brother.

“Oh, Jesus, you’re wearing a kilt, and you’re injured.”

Well, that was about the stupidest response she could have made. She gave Simon another sharp command. With a whine, the dog returned to her side.

She snapped on a restraining leash. "He's not dangerous, really. I think the smell of blood has disconcerted him." She waved her hand in a vague pass toward the man’s battered body and took a step back.

"Are you in need of assistance?" The man's fierce, disturbing appearance should have caused her to run in the opposite direction as fast as possible, but she felt an unexplainable urge to help him.

"My name is Gillian Adair. My father is a doctor. You look as though you might need his help."

The man watched her; an expression of total confusion twisted his face. “Are ye my angel, then? Have ye come to take me from this hell?”

He spoke with a deep, heavy brogue. At first, she could only make out a few words. She thought he’d called her Angel. Only her family and best friends shortened her middle name, Angelina to Angel, and used it as her nickname. However, they referred to her as Angel enough times around members of the St. Andrews Benevolent Society. Could this man be a newly arrived Scotsman who recalled one of them addressing her as such? She didn’t recognize him, but covered in dirt, brush, and blood…rather a lot of dried blood, and wounds still oozing, it was unlikely she’d be able to identify him from any previous brief encounter.

Weary, haunted eyes registered a flash of fear in their deep, green depths. The sudden loud rumble of a helicopter overhead spurred the man to his feet while at the same time ducking his head. He moved with such obvious distress that he lost his already awkward perch and slid further down the steep embankment futilely snatching at passing brush until he caught hold of a sturdy bush.

If he slipped any further, he would tip over the edge and plummet several hundred-feet onto a pile of jagged rocks at the base of the embankment. Angel removed Simon’s leash, issued a harsh command to stay, and scrambled down the slope clinging to rocks and trees as she went.

She’d intended to extend the leash to help the man up, but her good intentions went awry when she slipped, fell on her back, and slid feet first in his direction.

A strong hand latched onto her arm as she tumbled past his precarious position. He pulled her up with amazing strength and anchored a muscled arm under her breasts in a vise-like grip.

Top Reviews
Fun read. It was very entertaining to see the modern world of San Francisco thru the eyes of a highlander from the past. The story brought forth the reality of love and morals of today being the same for all time. Feelings and experiences with relationships is universal and the story brings that to light. Still keeping the romance wonder of a time traveler. Great to read the series continuation of 'Finding MY Highlander'. ~ Amazon Reader

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Dam (sic) that book needed a warning. But it was one heck of a story. So well written and thought out. It was as if retelling events that had really happened. But as I said it did need a warning one box of tissues needed. If you are an emotional reader you will need them. ~ Kimmie Sue's Book Reviews, Amazon

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I loved this book! It captures your attention from the very first sentence and doesn't let go till you finish it. Reading about a 17th century Scot waking up in 1975 and how he deals with the modern world is fascinating. And the love story between the two main characters is rich, steamy, and satisfying. Both of these characters are complex and strong, an exciting coming together of equals. Besides being a wonderful, fast moving book with lots of action, it is also beautifully written, rich in descriptive language and very moving. I couldn't put it down and highly recommend it. I can't wait for the author's next book. ~ Jo, Goodreads



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