Review of Highland Promise (The Sons of Gregor MacLeod #1) by Alyson McLayne

Highland Promise (The Sons of Gregor MacLeod #1) by Alyson McLayne

Review: I first read this book when it was on Wattpad and I just loved it. I could not wait to get my hands on the physical copy of the book when I found out it was coming into print. I was really looking forward to all the extra content that the author said would be in the published copy of the book. But sadly nothing was all that different. Some scenes were changed and chapters had added content. But, there was no extra add on to the ending. I was (and still am) a bit  bummed out by this.

Although I still loved this story plot and it’s characters! I am totally excited for the coming books inn this same series. And I am having fun rereading this book till then!

Favorite quote: N/A

Would I? Do a Reread? Yes, and I have already. Tell others to check out this book? Yes.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars.

Edition: Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages.

Romance. Historical Fiction. Mature Themes. Mature Content.

Published  October 3rd 2017 by Sourcebooks Casablanca.

Summery:

Five boys destined to become Highland lairds are fostered together as brothers. Darach, Lachlan, Callum, Gavin and Kerr fight for their clans, for each other, and for their own true loves.

When forced to choose between duty and honor…

Darach MacKenzie vowed never again to let a woman near his heart after his betrothed betrayed him. It sparked an intense feud between his clan and the Frasers. With all-out war on the wind, Darach can’t be distracted—not even by a sweet and charming lass who desperately needs his help.

This Highland Laird will find a way to have both…

When Darach rescued Caitlin MacInnes from the clutches of vile Laird Fraser, she vowed to never let men or misery rule her life again. With Darach and the MacKenzie clan, Caitlin finally feels safe. But when Laird Fraser shows up to claim what’s rightfully his, or go to war, Darach will have to use all his brawn and brains to protect Caitlin—even if it means losing his heart.

-Summery from GoodReads.com

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