Review: Hannah and the Highlander by Sabrina York

Hannah and the Highlander by Sabrina York
Series:  Untamed Highlanders (# 1)
Release Date: September 1, 2015
Publisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks
Pages: 351
Source: book provided by NetGalley for review



Highlanders are her weakness.

Hannah Dounreay has no time for suitors who only seem interested in her family’s land, which she manages as well as any man. If she marries, she wants to be loved for the educated, independent woman she is. But when a strong, silent-and spectacularly handsome-Highlander saves her from a violent attack, her heart is stirred. Who is this man? And if he asks for Hannah’s hand, will she be able to resist him?

Love is the most powerful weapon of all.

Alexander Lochlannach, Laird of Dunnet, has no time to lose. The Highlands are in an uproar as clans battle for land-without mercy-and Alexander can’t afford to fall for the wildly attractive, strong-willed Hannah. What’s more, he has a desperate secret, one that could destroy them both. But as their attraction turns into an all-consuming passion, Alexander has no choice but to prove to Hannah that he’s the only man for her-body and soul…in Hannah and the Highlander.


Review: Historical Romances are my weakness. I especially like the ones that take place in Ireland or Scotland. With that in mind I think I may have just found a new author. Ms. York took me on a journey that I didn’t want to end. I don’t know how I could have missed this author.

From the beginning I was in love with Alexander and Hannah. They saw through the flaws and imperfections. The flame, the heat …was there at the start. They knew they were meant to be together. They knew they had something special. Sometimes it is hard when I get caught up in the story of lovable characters. I find it hard to believe that they didn’t really exist.

I found this story by Ms. York to be everything I enjoy in books. The characters were ones that were easy to connect with. Their story was one that I was so involved in that I hated to see it end. I felt as if I were a part of the story. It was easy to follow and moved at a nice pace which held my attention. Ms. York paid attention to detail adding to the authenticity making this story seem more real. From the sheep to the take overs of the land during this period you can tell that she did a lot of research which adds so much to the book.

And the behind closed door scenes were very well written. She found a way of making them seem hot and steamy without adding so much of the vivid details. She made the scenes very sexy and sensuous.  I found this to be very sexy. It added depth to the scenes.


I can’t find anything that I didn’t like about this story. I am waiting for the next story. In my book it can’t get here soon enough.  Pick up your copy and sit back in that comfy chair or reading spot with your favorite beverage while Ms. York entertains you with a story that will help you in falling in love all over again. It has that AHHHHHHHHHH! Moment.




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