Thoughts in Progress~~
The beautiful scenery and flowing dialect will draw you in. The story will hold you captive as author
Terry Spear takes you on a fantastic journey back in time for a beguiling, tantalizing, breathtaking adventure. From the opening
line to the closing words, you’re taken on a heart-pounding, pulse-throbbing ride of love, honor, betrayal, hope, desperation,
This enthralling story will hold you in its grip. You will be mesmerized by
the beautiful Ellis, swept away by the magnificent James, and ready to throttle the fair Catriona.
When you pick up “The Accidental Highland Hero” you will not want to put it down. As the
story draws to a close you’ll be clamoring for more.~~Mason Canyon
Love Romance Passion
Rating: 5 Highland
This spicy historical will steal your breath and capture your heart.
This novel includes: breathtaking settings, a
sword-wielding, sexy Scottish highlander, a great plot, and as an added
bonus, a happily-ever-after. Sound interesting? You bet! Terry Spear
employs her happily-ever-after motto in this new historical novel, once
again leaving her readers smiling.~~Susan S, Reviewer
Cleverly Mastered Romance with Braw Highlanders and Brave Lassies
I simply loved this tale. Eilis and James' romance
is endearing, the suspense well played out and the secondary characters
are just as lovable. Eilis finds herself in situations that will make
the reader chuckle and James is sure to make an impression of his own.
Spear has a plan and it's a cleverly mastered. She draws the reader
into her stories with witty banter, romantic pursuit and cleverly woven
suspense. Medieval Scotland comes alive in vivid detail with braw
highlanders and brave lassies who win their hearts. Highly recommended!
Join the MacNeill
clan again in Winning the Highlander's Heart. This is James' brother, Malcolm and Lady Anice's tale.
Michelle Nutt, author
Reviewed for PNR Paranormal Reviews
The Accidental Highland Hero by Terry Spear
Publisher: Vinspire Publishing
Length: Novel (262 pgs)
Heat Level: spicy
Rating: 4.5 books
Reviewed by Cholla
Playing make-believe is only fun when you’re a kid… and your life’s not at stake. Forced to take the
place of her deceased cousin, Eilis is faced with a moral dilemma. Go through with the deceit and pretend she is her cousin?
Or find a way to get out – at any cost? For her, the answer is obvious.
Free-spirited and intelligent, Eilis
is not happy about having to pretend to be another. She’s too wrapped up in just being her. Despite the era in which
she lives, she is very much her own person with her own thoughts and opinions, which was not the norm back then. However,
she handles herself well. Much too often, a heroine of Eilis’ caliber comes off as snotty, spoiled, or just plain obnoxious.
The author does a wonderful job of melding her free spirit with the constraints of society in the twelfth century.
MacNeill, on the other hand, is everything you expect a Laird to be – and more. He’s tough, he’s smart,
and he’s tough as nails. However, he balances it well with a great sense of humor and a true love of his people. When
the mysterious Eilis is thrust upon his household, he approaches her with both caution and interest. And this mixture of restraint
and undeniable attraction is what makes Eilis and James such an explosive couple. They both know that they should hold back
and yet, they can’t. It’s classic and it works.
If you’re in the mood for a great historical novel
full of laughs, plotting and adventure, then The Accidental Highland Hero is the book for you. Between the cast of
amusing characters, the politics between clans, and the budding romance between washed up maiden and Laird of the castle,
you will not have a chance to get bored!