Stormi's Review: My Laird's Love (My Laird's Castle #2) by Bess McBride
Released: March 27, 2016
Genre: Time Travel, Historical, Romance
Length: 192 pages
Format: eBook, Paperwork
Maggie Scott, having recently lost her fiancé to a terminal illness, travels to the Highlands of Scotland for a brief respite—from the arduous months of caring for a sick loved one, from the grief that now engulfs her. But instead of finding solace, she finds herself transported back in time to 1747, the year following Culloden, a year that saw the Highlands suffer in the aftermath of the Jacobite Rebellion. James Livingstone, laird of Castle Lochloon, survived Culloden, and by a miracle, he survived the purge of the lairds who participated in the rebellion. When Maggie comes into his lonely life, it seems as if another miracle has occurred—that of love. But tragedy strikes just as James and Maggie find each other, and Maggie races against the clock to save the man she loves. Can James truly ask for one more miracle?
Five Boundless Stars
Maggie and her cousin Julie are on a trip through Scotland when Maggie is transported through time. She comes in contact with James Livingstone, a Highlander and good friend of Beth and Colin (you meet them in book 1). Upon finding Maggie he takes her to Beth due to similarities in their speech and dress. Soon the truth comes out and Maggie decides to stay in Scotland for a bit. When James is taken ill she becomes his nursemaid and this leads her to have feelings for him. She is fighting this because of the recent death of her Fiance. Soon enough she finds that no matter what she does she can't live without James. Bess McBride never fails to amaze me with her writing skills. Each book flows into the others so flawlessly. The story melds together so easily it is easy to keep up with the stories. This story was a great addition to this series. James and Maggie have a romance that is so real and true its hard not to fall in love with the characters and with the story. I absolutely loved this book. It was written so well. It was happy and sad. Scary and hopeful. It was everything a good book should. I can't wait to read the next book in this series!