ARC Review: The Highlander Next Door by Janet Chapman

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ARC Review: The Highlander Next Door by Janet Chapman
The Highlander Next Door

3.5 Stars


Book Info

Released: 26 August 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Spellbound Falls #6
Pages: 432
 

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“Chapman’s romances tend to veer to the ‘nice’ section of the romance scale rather than the more heated and passionate side.” ~ Under the Covers

The sixth book in the Spellbound Falls series is about the new police chief Niall Mackeage and his neighbour the goodhearted but fiery Birch, who passionately runs the newly opened women’s shelter. But, not without a little bit of trouble coming their way, between a new god emerging and wrecking havoc and Birch’s past catching up with her, and trying to drive her off the road, Niall has his work cut out for him to not only keep the town running smoothly, but also to win Birch’s heart.

Time travelling Lairds you say? Yes indeed, we are back with Janet Chapman and the magical world that she has created in modern day Maine. Which, if it’s as overrun with as many 12th century Highlanders, sexy magic users and gorgeous Atlantians as she says, then I am definitely going for a very long visit.

Of course, if I went, what I would expect is a very sweet romance, just like Niall and Birch and the previous couples in the series, Chapman’s romances tend to veer to the ‘nice’ section of the romance scale rather than the more heated and passionate side, despite the couples many many spats. But I always know with Chapman that I can find a romance that encompasses friendship and connection rather than lots of heat and overblown chemistry. Admittedly it makes the romance a little less exciting, but I still enjoyed it.

What I really liked about this book and what did add extra excitement was the continuation of the story line regarding the modern day god that has just been created. I can’t wait to see what will happen and if the modern will clash with the ancient or if they can come to an understanding. Either way it feels like it will be an interesting journey, which I can’t wait to read more about.

This was a good book in the series, if you already follow Spellbound Falls you will enjoy it, if not I recommend you start from the beginning, they don’t work very well as standalones, it is the perfect series if you want something full of sweet romances with some magic poured in, not to mention a flood of sexy Scotsman.

*ARC provided by publisher

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Spellbound Falls: Amazon Barnes & Noble | GoodReads Our Review
Charmed by His Love: Amazon Barnes & Noble | GoodReads Our Review
Courting Carolina: Amazon Barnes & Noble | GoodReads
The Heart of a Hero: Amazon Barnes & Noble | GoodReads Our Review
For the Love of Magic: Amazon Barnes & Noble | GoodReads Our Review
The Highlander Next Door: Amazon Barnes & Noble | GoodReads

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About Janet Chapman

Janet Chapman is the author of twenty-two contemporary and magical romance novels, all of which are set in her beautiful state of Maine. She lives in a cozy log home on a beautiful lake with her husband, surrounded by an eclectic assortment of wildlife that she finds both entertaining and inspiring. Probably best known for her Highlander Series (a saga of twelfth century warriors rebuilding their clans in modern-day Maine that now spans three generations), Janet also has two spin-off magical series (Midnight Bay & Spellbound Falls) and several contemporary family series set on the coast and in the mountains. With over three million books printed in six languages, her stories regularly appear on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller’s lists.

When she’s not writing (well, when she should to be writing but isn’t), Janet and her husband are traveling the state in their camper throughout all four seasons; hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, and generally rubbing elbows with Mother Nature while always keeping an eye out for colorful new characters—human and beast—to put in her stories.

 

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Timitra

Thanks for the review Suzanne

Elizabeth

I only read the first book in this series bc I thought it was only ok. However, I have to agree with you on the visit!

Amy R

I haven’t read this series but the mention of Highlander and time travel have me intrigued, this may be a series I check out from the library.