Highlander’s Redemption by Emma Prince
The Sinclair Brothers Trilogy, Book 2
Publisher: Emma Prince (November 2014)
291 pages, eBook (provided by Author for review)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
Garrick is focused on his part as a prized archer in the Scottish Resistance, so a little side trip into the borderlands for cognizance requiring more schmoozing than fighting ability isn’t exactly something he’s looking forward to, feeling his talents would be put to better use elsewhere, but he does his duty, and though he usually works alone, accepts that Burke will accompany him. Jossalyn is under her abusive brother’s thumb, and wishes to practice her healing abilities more openly. I thought Jossalyn was a very strong character. She bided her time, trying not to make waves when it wouldn’t help her cause, but she pushed ahead defying her brother in her own way. Sometimes it is both smarter and stronger to suffer quietly, waiting for the right moment to strike, and I really admired her for that. Garrick was so focused on all the roadblocks to their relationship for so long that he got a little frustrating at times, but his ready acceptance of Jossalyn and her dreams was a beautiful thing. Great book and I look forward to reading both Burke’s and Daniel’s stories!