Choosing the Highlander

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Choosing the Highlander

Choosing the Highlander As a mechanical engineer in Chicago Connie designs plumbing systems She has also designed her life to perfection right down to the man she hopes to marry But when Mr Right proposes she can t s

  • Title: Choosing the Highlander
  • Author: Jessi Gage
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • As a mechanical engineer in 1981 Chicago, Connie designs plumbing systems She has also designed her life to perfection, right down to the man she hopes to marry But when Mr Right proposes, she can t say yes A head clearing vacation brings her to the Scottish Highlands, where her free spirited twin wishes for Connie to find true love Neither sister expects the wish toAs a mechanical engineer in 1981 Chicago, Connie designs plumbing systems She has also designed her life to perfection, right down to the man she hopes to marry But when Mr Right proposes, she can t say yes A head clearing vacation brings her to the Scottish Highlands, where her free spirited twin wishes for Connie to find true love Neither sister expects the wish to send Connie hurtling five hundred years into the past Wilhelm Murray, heir to the barony of Dornoch, hopes to one day hold a seat in parliament and bring urgently needed reform to Scotland But everything changes when a woman slated for execution proclaims her innocence using the most peculiar language Powerfully attracted to the brave beauty, he rescues her even though it means becoming a fugitive and forfeiting his dream As Connie and Wilhelm evade capture, she discovers his passion for justice Scotland needs his ideas It needs him And so does she But in order to clear Wilhelm s name, she will have to turn her back on everything she s worked so hard for and embrace the magic of love.

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    One thought on “Choosing the Highlander

    1. Anne on said:

      Once again a well written story full of exciting characters and a lovely romance. Well recommended

    2. Abby Ang on said:

      "There was instantly no question that Aifric’s cervix had dilated to ten centimeters because a bluish scalp with matted black hair pressed at a perfect tight circle of flesh like a cereal bowl coming through a hole in a sock."

    3. Inishowen Cailín on said:

      2.5 starsThis was a nice story but it was a bit slow for me. The beginning was fast paced and grabbed my attention quickly but I began to lose interest about a third of the way through the book and it didn't pick up, for me, until the last 20% of the story.

    4. Ðawn on said:

      ++Possible Spoilers++4 starsI don't usually care for time travel reads, but I will admit that I enjoyed this one more than I expected.The last 20% made up for the slower moving, slightly repettitive beginning and raised what was originally going to be a 3 star up to a 4 star.The pace was steady and accelerated at 80% leaving me hanging on the edge of my seat until the very end. The characters were well developed and the world building was good. The antagonist was not cartooinishly evil, and his [...]

    5. BookPauper on said:

      DNF 88%Sooo slow. It also bugs me when the "smart, independent woman" spends so much time wondering if the man thinks she's pretty, she tells him not to touch her but why won't he touch her?! while being simultaneously baffled by her quivering lady biz. You went to college, ya simple b! (Hell, teens are hormonal horn dogs. School has nothing to do with it.) You've had sex. You should at least recognize the concept of attraction. It picks up after a while, and I would have finished itbut I didn't [...]

    6. Dawn Brown on said:

      So, what do you get when you take a career focused girl who has everything in her life planned and structured, send her to the past 500 years, take her out of her element? Only to have her questioning the choices she has made? Then add a sexy highland lord to the picture that is fighting for justice and reform that rescues her from being burned at the stake? You have a clash of wills and a struggle of the heart, but which will win out. This is a must read, although it took me a couple of chapter [...]

    7. Barbara➰ on said:

      Another beautiful romance by Jessi Gage. I was so glad to have Connie and Wilhelm's story after reading about them in the first book, Wishing For a Highlander.

    8. Boundless Book Reviews on said:

      Choosing the Highlanders is a story that takes readers through time to provide the perfect combination of love, drama, action, and magic! The characters were well developed and easily relatable. It was a quick and smooth read. I loved it. I rate it with 4 Boundless Stars. boundlessbookreviewsfacebook/BBReviews

    9. Tiblu on said:

      I had a really great time and I wish I could go there tooI really enjoyed this story you can easily see just how much work and care Ms. Gage puts into all her works,I Loved "Wishing for a Highlander" ,I just Adored Melanie and poor and very sweet "big" Darcy ( I always laugh when I think of Darcy's so called problem thou it's caused him a great deal of pain,and seemed to make the girls of his time run away but was the kinda " problem" that would had all the girls running to him NOT from him) ;) [...]

    10. Isabel Winsor on said:

      Loved it! I was just about to pre-order Jessi Gage's new book, Choosing the Highlander when she sent a copy to me for a review!Just as she had with the first two books in this series, Jessi's characters and her masterful storytelling enchanted me. It's the 80's and Connie has run away from a successful career and a sort-of-fiance to Scotland with her twin sister. But when she stands in a magic circle, she finds herself in Medieval Scotland. About to be burned at the stake as a witch, she is resc [...]

    11. Laura Hamadi on said:

      I am loving Jessi Gage, and I am LOVING this series!There's something mystical about being able to travel back and forth in time. I can't resist a novel that involves time travel; it draws me and then drowns me slowly, allowing me to luxuriate in the bliss of it all. The characters were like old friends, having been previously introduced in the first novel. The kind of friends that when you meet, it's like starting up the conversation where you left off. I adored getting to see a younger, more i [...]

    12. Cynthia on said:

      I so very much enjoyed this novel. I love that Constance was afraid to love, she had set plans for herself, but she forget to find that one thing that made a difference, she was purpose to by the man she was seeing and instead of saying no, she went to Scotland to be with her Twin who was the free spirit of the two of them. While there they went to a Druid site and her sister stated that she wanted her to find love and made a wish and pop she was in Scotland 500 years before and going to be burn [...]

    13. Jennifer on said:

      Like the rest of this series it is sweet, cute, and not at all historically accurate if that is something that is important for you. I don't care about that though and like lighthearted reads so I loved it. It is the third of the series, but can be read as a standalone. In fact the events here take place before book one.

    14. BarbArnold on said:

      Loved it! First time reader of Gage read all 3 within days of each other.Just as she had with the first two books in this one Jessi's characters and her masterful storytelling enchanted me. I couldn't put them down. Great read start to finish. I can't wait for the next one. Thank you for the enjoyable read!

    15. SuzyHD on said:

      Very Enjoyable 5+This story was very enjoyable to read. The storyline has passion and well developed characters. The story holds your interest from start to finish. Definitely recommend reading this book.

    16. Kylie Gilmore on said:

      I loved this book! Part time travel, part historical, and SO romantic. The hero Wilhelm was dreamy and I loved how the heroine grew from her orderly existence into a more rounded and truly happy person. Now I have to catch up on the rest of the series!

    17. Abar Afrn on said:

      Amazing! I LOVED this book. This was the first book in This Series that caught my attention and I had to wait a month after reading the last one to get to this one. It was just as amazing as I thought (hoped) it to be.I have been wanting to read Constance and Wilhelm's story ever since they were introduced in the very first book. Their story was as cute and sweet as I had thought it would be. Like I said amazing.I love Jessi Gage's writing style. Her storyline is amazing and her characters are r [...]

    18. Listener on said:

      I somehow managed to enjoy this and the first book in the series despite the insta lust/love thing and the fact that they were often OTT and completely unrealistic, besides the time traveling plot obvously. I skipped the second book as I didn't care to read Anya's story to see if she redeemed herself.

    19. Holly on said:

      It was probably an OK book. It’s just that it seems like it has all been done before. If you are new to this genre it might be fresh and appealing. But for someone who has read quite a bit of time travel/Highlander books it’s old news.

    20. Janet L Seager on said:

      Choosing the HighlanderI enjoyed this book from start to finish I was really sorry to see it and I will be reading more of your books.

    21. Patricia Carcasses on said:

      Sweet and smart!A fun story with lot's of heart Sweet words and sentimentalism run through the tale making u wish you had a Highland of your own.

    22. Melissa Levine on said:

      It was okay. This story could have been so much better; it just fell kind of flat for me. Constance was really getting on my nerves after her and Willem/Wilhelm left for Inverness(?). She complained about her name not being as important as his (hello, time period!), she said she'd stop lying but then wouldn't answer of Willem’s/Wilhelm’s questions (not even her name?), and then she was being a pain when Willem/Wilhelm tried to surprise her with a bath. She was upset when she found out that W [...]

    23. Maree Repa on said:

      Another amazing book from this great series. Things third book I have enjoyed every single one, but I finally found that this one was the best. And it was my favourite too.Constance is a hardworking Mechanical Engineer of her time of 1981. She is focused on her life and true to her future. Not getting involved with the wrong guy either. She has strength and beauty. Until she decides to spend time with her twin sister travelling through Scotland.They both intend to venture to the Summer Solstice [...]

    24. Siona on said:

      I enjoyed this book. Maybe not as much as the previous twoI don't know why but I felt like the beginning went on forever and I just wasn't feelin' it. But halfway onwards, I was getting more into it. In fact the ending was my favourite part. Bittersweet since it was the end of the series. Constance and Wilhelm were sweet together. Liked them in the first book and was hoping they would get their own book telling their story. Liked it.

    25. Kim on said:

      When we met Wilhem and Constance in the first Highland Wishes novel I was so curious to know more about their story! I'm thrilled that Gage wrote their story and that it was so good! Wilhem has such a good and beautiful soul and watching him melt all of Constance's predisposed views on love and relationships was a treasure.

    26. Bobbie on said:

      Enjoyable read. The storyline was intriguing. The characters were dynamic.

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