RITA Reader Challenge Review

RITA Reader Challenge Roundup: A Highlander’s Homecoming by Melissa Mayhue

Title: A Highlander's Homecoming
Author: Melissa Mayhue
Genre: Historical: European, Time Travel

RITA®, and the RITA statuette are service marks of Romance Writers of America, Inc.I didn’t receive a RITA® Reader Challenge review for this book, so it’s review-huntin’ time! This book finaled in the Paranormal Romance category.

Book CoverPlot Summary: SCOTLAND, PRESENT DAY. When Faerie Magic swept Robert MacQuarrie forward in time, modern medicine saved him from a fatal wound. But he also left behind an unfulfilled vow—to protect his friend’s young daughter, Isabella. Haunted by guilt for more than a decade, he leaps at the chance to go back and keep that vow. The magic of the Fae works in its own mysterious ways, however. Not only does his homecoming turn out to be twenty years after he left, but there’s also that tricky matter of the fate he escaped before.

SCOTLAND, 1292. Isabella MacGahan has reluctantly chosen a lonely existence, scorned for her Faerie blood and uncontrollable power. When she’s caught in a conflict between clans, a pawn in the struggle for power and land, her only option is to trust a handsome stranger. One who swears he was charged with her safety a full twenty years before…although the deluded man seems little older than her.No one is safe when Mortal schemes and Faerie magic push Robbie and Isabella to confront their worst fears. Will the magic demand the ultimate price from them both—or will they find their true homecoming in each other’s arms?

This book has a 4.05 star average at GoodReads.

Melissa wrote in her four-star review:

This was a sweet ending to the series. I always liked Robbie MacQuarrie from the previous books, and his story was almost heartbreaking. I adored the fiery Isabella MacGahan, but my favorite character was little Jamie. The epilogue tied all the stories up together quite nicely.

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