Monday, August 3, 2020

Review: Taming A Highland Devil by Kimberly Killion

Killion takes us away to a time of highlanders and far away lands. With fabulous characters and beautifully written prose, Killion is sure to please those who love historical romances. My favorite characters in the whole thing were Magnus and Effie. Both compliment each other and I love how the story unfolds. Magnus is well known to the ladies, but now responsibility has set in and he needs to provide an heir. Well here comes the two beautiful ladies of Reay, but to Magnus, Effie is just as interesting as her younger sister. Magnus needs more time, but one thing is certain, Effie will not respond to his advances or so he thinks. Not everything is as what it seems, but Effie clears it all up. Although a short story, it was a great pace to follow and with such unforgettable characters, you will want to read it over and over again.


Taming a Highland Devil

Kimberly Killion

Genre: Historical Romance

Series: None

Book Length: Novella

Book Type: eBook


Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing


Book Blurb

Laird Magnus Sutherland loves women. His prowess in the bedchamber has earned him the name Devil of Dunrobin, but no woman has ever stirred his heart. Magnus needs to provide his clan with an heir, which is the only reason he agrees to marry the neighboring chieftain’s sister. When his betrothed arrives, he discovers the chieftain has two sisters. If Magnus must bind himself to one woman, he intends to discover which is best suited to be his wife, for he wants more than a body to plant his seed. He wants a mate for life.

There are three reasons Lady Effie Reay refuses to vie for Laird Sutherland’s affections…

For one, she is thirty-two and would surely lose a competition to her beautiful, younger sister. Secondly, Laird Sutherland is a well-reputed rake, and she holds no desire to wed another faithless man. And thirdly, the sight of him makes her tingle, shiver and ache.

Will Effie be successful in thwarting Magnus’s advances, or will her body succumb to a temptation that can only lead to heartbreak?


Denise Alicea
the authorDenise Alicea
This blog was created by Denise in September 2008 to blog about writing, book reviews, and technology. Slowly, but surely this blog expanded to what it has become now, a central for book reviews of all kinds interviews, contests, and of course promotional venue for authors, etc

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.