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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Stellar Reviews

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Rosemary Gemmell said...

One of the 5* reviews for The Highland Lass!

"This was like two stories in one and in two different centuries too not a time travel but both stories interconnect with each other. So have those Kleenex ready as I was sobbing throughout this lovely book. Kudos to Rosemary Gemmell for writing such an original, refreshing, unique and exceptional story!

Present day and 1784-86 Scotland

Will Eilidh Campbell get the happy ending or will she follow history and die alone with no husband or special someone in her life like her Mum? Will she ever find the identity to her biological father or will she have to accept she will never know and move on with her life. So many secrets and unanswered questions that will keep readers guessing!

The book shows Highland Mary's point of view of her thoughts, feelings, hopes and dreams. This is of her sweet and tender heart of her first and only love. Each chapter has a verse from Robert Burns poetry which really touched my heart. Though he married Jean Armour which any fan of Burns knows in the end. It also tells a bit of Robert's struggles and heart breaks before he was published.

You will have to read this fantastic, quick paced, exhilarating and phenomenal story that will definitely capture and melt your heart!"

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Paty Jager said...

Spirit of the Mountain
Historical Native American Paranormal Romance

Paty Jager uses exquisite imagery and descriptions that are breathtaking. The reader's senses are engaged to the fullest. Whether enraptured with the vista of the mountain or horrified by the degradation in the cold, dark cave, the reader's vicariously shares the experience. The paranormal elements she uses seem believable and add a mysterious magic to the story. The Indians words distracted a little, but they do give the story a unique flavor. The lore and legends woven into the story add a special richness.

This trip into the paranormal certainly takes readers away from the usual and lures them into a world that pulsates with passion and possibilities of "what-if". Spirit of the Mountain is captivating.

Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews