Thursday, January 9, 2014

Review of Legend of the Highland Dragon

LEGEND OF THE HIGHLAND DRAGON may be purchased here.

Isabel Cooper

Stephen MacAlasdair has come to London to handle some family business and to stop an enemy before he harms anyone. Mina, who works for Professor Carter as a secretary, is suspicious of Stephen and protective of her employer. When Mina travels to Stephen's home and learns his secret, he hires her as his personal secretary, so he can keep an eye on her and make sure that she doesn't reveal his secret. Mina becomes embroiled in Stephen's quest to stop a powerful enemy and grows more attached to Stephen.

 LEGEND OF THE HIGHLAND DRAGON is an entertaining paranormal romance with action, intrigue, and unique characters. Mina is a great heroine, who keeps her head about her in dangerous situations. A woman ahead of her time, Mina has struggled to make it in a male-dominated profession and has raised herself above the status of her birth.
 Born into a poor, working class family, Mina is strong, intelligent and aware of her social position in Victorian London. Stephen is a true gentleman, who allows Mina to contribute to his endeavors, which is a different attitude to take from most gentleman. Stephen and Mina have a true partnership, but they most overcome Stephen's heritage and class differences to be together. All in all, LEGEND OF THE HIGHLAND DRAGON is an enjoyable read, which I highly recommend.

 NOTE: I received this book in return for an impartial review.