​Review: Laird of the Black Isle (The MacGregors: Highlander Heirs #7) by Paula Quinn

Everything about this appealed to me from the cover to the synopsis so I knew I had to read it. It was so fun to read and I enjoyed it thoroughly! Highlanders for the win!

 

 

Review: Laird of the Black Isle (The MacGregors: Highlander Heirs #7) by Paula Quinn | About That Story 

The Laird of the Black Isle (The MacGregors: Highland Heirs #7) by Paula Quinn 



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This Highlander will risk everything to find his daughter...


Lachlan MacKenzie has nothing left to lose since his wife and daughter were killed. But when a shadowy figure reveals his little girl might still be alive, Lachlan will do whatever it takes to find her—even abduct a lass from the MacGregor clan for an exchange. Being caught would mean certain death. But the laird of the Black Isle won't let anything—or anyone—interfere with his mission...not even his beautiful, stubborn captive.


Even his heart


All Mailie MacGregor wants is to return home to her family. And the Highland beast who captured her can go to the devil. Her plan: to thwart him at any cost and win her freedom. But she never expected to be so drawn to the fierce warrior and the desire in his eyes.



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4.5 out of 5 stars


This was such an awesome story. I loved Lachlan and Mailie. I enjoyed it all and couldn’t wait for the HEA. Such a great read!


I thought both Mailie and Lachlan were great characters. Mailie was fierce, a fighter. I loved her determination and grit and her defiance of Lachlan when they meet (and a heck of a first meeting it was). I loved learning everything about them, that animosity between them in the beginning and how challenging Mailie could be. I adored Lachlan. He's all gruff and closed off and in such a difficult place and desperate for his daughter. I felt so bad for him, the more the story built and more details were revealed, the more my heart hurt for him and the more I loved him.


It was a joy watching Mailie and Lachlan open up and come together. They were so sweet together and had great chemistry. My heart kept bursting with all the new things that Lachlan was welcoming into his life. I liked the pull they had on one another. It was just such a great story with a wonderful cast of characters. I really liked Mailie’s family and the male camaraderie happening, it really upped the entertainment factor.


This was a sweet, fun read with a good mix of tension and animosity mixed in. There's a lot of drama as well. I was filled with so much anticipation waiting for everything to work out.  There were just so many great details and things making this exciting to read.


The ending might have been a bit sappy with a perfectly aligned HEA but I ate it up! It was just what I needed and I was pretty much cheering with tears in my eyes. It was awesome! This is a new-to-me author and I'm so glad I gave her a try. I will definitely be reading Paula Quinn again!


Complimentary copy received for honest review.



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