Book Review: Highland Warrior by Heather McCollum


Title: Highland Warrior

By: Heather McCollum

Genre: Historical Romance

Pages: 400

Release Date: April 27th, 2021

Publisher: Entangled: Amara

Rating: ★★★★☆


Summary from Goodreads:

Joshua Sinclair was once the fiercest and most notorious warrior of the mighty Sinclair clan of Northern Scotland. But now there’s nothing and no one that can make him take up arms again. Except a beautiful woman, it seems.

When Kára Flett, daughter of a fallen Norse chief, finds herself unexpectedly sheltering the strongest, most brutal warrior in the land, she throws together a risky and outrageous plan to bring him to her side. Threats of violence bounce right off him. Offers of gold seem to entice him even less. Desperate enough to use the pleas of the village children to sway him, she’s shocked when he’s completely unmoved. There’s only one tactic left for her: seduction.

Her hasty proposition falls completely by the wayside, though, as she and the Highlander come together in a carnal inferno. But bringing him into her life also brings his enemies to her clan’s doorstep—the very clan Kára is trying to protect. And as their feelings deepen, Joshua will have to decide between duty and love once and for all.


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Another wonderful and compelling read by Heather McCollum. She really has a way to make my mouth water and my thoughts start to wander.

The Story follows Joshua Sinclair, a war monger whos life of death has not only brought him notoriety but a craving for peace. When Kara Flett recognizes Sinclair in her small clans tavern, she would do anything to convince him to them in their fight against a tyrannical lord who is attempting to lay claim to the island.

The story had a wonderful pace that kept me interested throughout the whole book. I loved the tension between Sinclair and Kara. Hard headed Scottish through and through, but deep down, an unconditional love that is growing with every passing moment.

Heather McCollum never disappoints. Can't wait to see what the Sinclair's have instore for me next.

Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.

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