The Highlander’s Tudor Lass was thrilling and romantic. The characters were colorful, and there was plenty of intrigue and action. Both Callum and Anna were solid and vibrant characters. However, there were times when Anna’s stubbornness went too far. The fighting scenes toward the novel’s end allowed Callum’s personality to shine; Callum was the very definition of a brawny, sexy highlander!
The plot moved well. However, I sometimes found the storyline predictable. Placed primarily in Tudor England, famous secondary characters include a young Queen Elizabeth. These glimpses of actual people and historical circumstances helped ground the book. The attraction between Callum and Anna was strong. I got frustrated with Anna, who was stubborn and rude towards a man who was only trying to help her. I enjoyed Callum’s adherence to his vow to save Anna and her sister from a dangerous pirate; he would not take no for an answer.
The Highlander’s Tudor Lass is the third book in The Brothers Of Wolfe Isle series. I enjoy these easy, light reads. Sometimes I wish for a more complicated plot, one where a character does something unpredictable. I did enjoy reading how Callum and Anna grew to trust each other. The couple had a good connection. This series, as a whole, is well worth your effort. I’d recommend these books to those who want to read something breezy, romantic, and fun.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book through Netgalley and the publisher. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Release Date: August 22, 2022