Genre: Historical Romance
I always enjoy a highlander romance, and Lynsay Sands is a great author. The story turns into a comedy of errors that had me laughing as misunderstandings and tricks were constantly played throughout the first half, and while Kyla was at the center of this comedy, Galen's men provided me with a lot of amusement.
So needless to say, you won't be bored while reading this one because you'll be too busy laughing! But the novel has its serious moments too. Kyla is worried about her brother as his wife is intent on killing him. She insists on heading back to England to warn him, and this is where the story really picks up some unexpected connections between villains start to unravel. Kyla is spirited and brave, and when the action picks up, she's always in the midst of it. I liked that she had the courage to fight to defend herself. This is one heroine I won't soon be forgetting.
The narrator, Elle Newland did a wonderful job with the Scottish accents. It was sometimes a little difficult to tell the male voices apart, but overall, I can't and and won't complain about the narration as it kept me hooked throughout the book and infused a lot of humor into another humorous book.