Highland Warrior by Monica McCarty

Highland Warrior
Campbell Trilogy bk 1

Monica McCarty

The ruthless enforcer of Scotland’s most powerful clan, Jamie Campbell is the most feared man in the Highlands. Raw physical strength coupled with cunning political acumen make him a powerful force with whom few men will dare to reckon. Determined to see the Highlands tamed of its lawlessness and unrest, Jamie’s objectives are clear: under the guise of seeking the Chief of Lamont’s daughter’s hand in marriage, discover whether the Lamonts are harboring any outlawed MacGregors. But guise turns to desire when he meets the beautiful spitfire who rules the household with a dainty iron fist. The fierce Highlander never expects that the woman he wants above all others will test his duty and loyalty to his clan to the breaking point.

Cosseted and adored by her family, Caitrina Lamont has no intention of abandoning her beloved father and doting four older brothers for a husband—especially a Campbell. But Jamie Campbell is nothing like the parade of suitors that Caitrina’s father usually traipses across their hall. His raw masculinity threatens her in a way no man ever had before. But when Caitrina’s idyllic world is shattered, could the man she blames for her tragedy become her only hope for the future?

REVIEW: I am going to be really honest here, I had a hard time getting into this book. I was super excited to read seeing as almost everyone has loved this series, and this author. I don’t know what it was about the book, or if it was me. I couldn’t get past the first chapter, in fact I left it on my nightstand for weeks, I would pick it up read a page and put it back down and pick something else up. I even skipped to the end hoping that the end would inspire me to want to read the book and it was a no go.

So I packed it in, and stopped reading it. That isn’t to say that I won’t try it out again, because I am going to give her another go, in a couple of months. So for now I am going to give this book a rating, and come back to it later.

I give this book a 3 out of 5.

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