Saturday, February 12, 2011

Review: Into the Scottish Mist by Beth Anne Miller

Into the Scottish Mist by Beth Anne Miller

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Fantasy Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Abby Sanders returns to her beloved Scotland after a long absence, seeking peace after a terrible tragedy. A chance detour reunites her with Ian Mackenzie, the love she left behind four years ago. Their attempt to rekindle their romance along the shore of Loch Ness is cut short when Abby vanishes.

After a desperate search for the woman he’s spent four years trying to forget, Ian is forced to believe the unbelievable: he must travel through the mists of time to find Abby. But finding her is just the beginning. Trapped four hundred years in the past, Abby and Ian must find a way to end a bitter clan feud or sacrifice their return to the present and their future together.

Clare's Review

After Abby’s life is destroyed by tragedy, she flees to Scotland hoping to find peace. Instead she find her former love, Ian, the man she left four years ago. When Abby falls though a time portal, Ian must launch a daring rescue in a time when people do for real what he’s only ever done before a camera.

Beth Anne Miller has written an enthralling tale that throws you deep into the mists of time. Where men wore kilts, feuds were commonplace, trust had to be earned and sword fighting was oh so real. A gripping page turner with engaging characters that pulls the reader in right to the end.

5 Tea Cups!

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