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June 9, 2013

Book Review: Highland Song by Tanya Anne Crosby

Series: Highland Brides #5
Author: Tanya Anne Crosby
Published by Oliver-Heber Books
Age: Adult
Gavin Mac Brodie fears the thought of becoming the man his father was. Driven into solitude by visions of what he would not be and could not have, he vows never to wed. But this last of the available Brodie men is about to encounter a wee bit of Highland magic...

Catrìona is no stranger to solitude. Driven deep into the Highland mountains, her kinsmen have become little more than legend. But no one knows better than Cat that you cannot hide from fate. Naked and painted in the woad of her ancestors, she appears to Gavin Mac Brodie ...

But is she flesh and blood--a chance for a future--or just a faerie creature who will vanish if Gavin dares to open his heart?
Highland Song is part of the Highland Brides series, and I downloaded it for free at Amazon Kindle (I think it's currently free). Gavin Mac Brodie is building his own home, now that all his brothers are married, he doesn't feel comfortable living with them. He's building it alone until Catriona, naked and beautiful, shows up. They get together pretty fast but Gavin doesn't know Catriona is escaping. When they are found together, it's already too late to separate them...

Highland Song is just a short novella. It has reference from the other characters from the series, which I haven't read. I enjoyed it, only took a while to read it, and Gavin was cute. But I had problems sometimes understanding their slang (but English isn't my native language).

More about this book at Goodreads, Amazon.


  1. Doesn't really sound like something I'd enjoy, but that's good it was free! I've found a few free books for my own kindle too.

  2. i've never heard of this author or series before... but, yes, slang words are the worst. english is my second language too and even though i've lived in the US longer that i did the philippines, i still have trouble understanding slang sometimes.

    -michelle @ Michelle & Leslie's Book Picks