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: Former Staff Sergeant Ian Mackay didn't care if he lived or died. He'd left what really mattered strewn across Afghanistan three years ago. All the self-help groups and doctors in the world couldn't assuage his guilt. But when an accident takes his life and Fate steps in with an offer to fix what was once unfixable, he jumps at the second chance to save his men. Now he's : Former Staff Sergeant Ian Mackay didn't care if he lived or died. He'd left what really mattered strewn across Afghanistan three years ago. All the self-help groups and doctors in the world couldn't assuage his guilt. But when an accident takes his life and Fate steps in with an offer to fix what was once unfixable, he jumps at the second chance to save his men. Now he's stuck in a strange land, in an even stranger time, and expected to bed his equally strange but desirable new bride. Healer Aila Gordan of the Sutherland clan thought her betrothed dead, had even seen his lifeless body the night before their wedding. Why then is her sworn enemy, Ian Mackay, standing before the priest, waiting for her to repeat the vows that would make her his wife? The fairies must have possessed his body, a frightening notion, indeed. But marriage to the handsome laird, possessed or otherwise, couldn't be any worse than living in her brother's castle where, like all women in 1643 Scotland, she has no freedom. And if the kiss at the altar is any indication, she could just steal the heart of a highlander.


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: Former Staff Sergeant Ian Mackay didn't care if he lived or died. He'd left what really mattered strewn across Afghanistan three years ago. All the self-help groups and doctors in the world couldn't assuage his guilt. But when an accident takes his life and Fate steps in with an offer to fix what was once unfixable, he jumps at the second chance to save his men. Now he's : Former Staff Sergeant Ian Mackay didn't care if he lived or died. He'd left what really mattered strewn across Afghanistan three years ago. All the self-help groups and doctors in the world couldn't assuage his guilt. But when an accident takes his life and Fate steps in with an offer to fix what was once unfixable, he jumps at the second chance to save his men. Now he's stuck in a strange land, in an even stranger time, and expected to bed his equally strange but desirable new bride. Healer Aila Gordan of the Sutherland clan thought her betrothed dead, had even seen his lifeless body the night before their wedding. Why then is her sworn enemy, Ian Mackay, standing before the priest, waiting for her to repeat the vows that would make her his wife? The fairies must have possessed his body, a frightening notion, indeed. But marriage to the handsome laird, possessed or otherwise, couldn't be any worse than living in her brother's castle where, like all women in 1643 Scotland, she has no freedom. And if the kiss at the altar is any indication, she could just steal the heart of a highlander.

53 review for Heart of a Highlander

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ally Swanson

    This book was such an entertaining, exciting, romantic, historical adventure! This book has a creative storyline, fantastic writing style with vivid scenes, well-developed characters, is steady paced, and keeps you completely entertained through the last page. This is the second book I’ve read from the incredible writer, Maxine Mansfield. A few years ago, I had the privilege of reading her book, “Time for a Highlander,” which is part of the Real Men Wear Kilts Book Series and I totally loved it, s This book was such an entertaining, exciting, romantic, historical adventure! This book has a creative storyline, fantastic writing style with vivid scenes, well-developed characters, is steady paced, and keeps you completely entertained through the last page. This is the second book I’ve read from the incredible writer, Maxine Mansfield. A few years ago, I had the privilege of reading her book, “Time for a Highlander,” which is part of the Real Men Wear Kilts Book Series and I totally loved it, so I was very excited to read her latest work – which also happens to fall in the same series. “Time for a Highlander,” is Book One in the Real Men Wear Kilts Book Series, while this new book, “Heart of a Highlander,” is Book Two. Maxine’s writing continues to improve and grow with each book! I know she will be an author I will continue to read over the years! Unlike in the first book, where the focus is on a heroine that is given a second chance and time travels backwards, this book, features a hero that Fate rescues and offers him a similar second chance opportunity. Ian McKay, a former Staff Sergeant, is significantly depressed, suffering from PTSD, and emotionally circling the drain. After a terrible incident in Afghanistan that killed all his men (he was the sole survivor) – which he also feels completely guilty for; Ian is heartbroken, tormented, distraught, and full of regrets. One day, while driving he dies, while swerving and flipping his truck over to help save and avoid hitting a young Amish girl on the road. Fate then comes to intervene and offers Ian an opportunity to go back to Afghanistan and save his men if Ian will do a “small” favor first, which Ian jumps at the chance. Ian is then transported to Scotland in 1643 into the body of his late ancestor and is to be wed to a bride, Aila, he has never met. A new place, a new time, a new bride – this is not exactly what Ian had in mind when he made the agreement with Fate. I really liked the main characters, Ian, Aila, her brother Fergus, and of course, the ever so entertaining Fate. I loved Ian and Aila together! I enjoyed their chemistry and passion that leaped off the pages! I loved how they pushed each other’s buttons and at times drove each other crazy lol! I liked how Aila helped Ian work through his emotional baggage, PTSD trauma, and helped him over-come personal obstacles – while also helping him adjust to his new life in 1643. I liked how Ian gave Aila the freedom and independence she wanted. I really liked how they completed each other. I think the author did a fantastic job on her character development as these characters were so real and personal on many levels. I loved the scenes where Ian was trying to explain modern-day advancements to Aila. I’ve never thought about trying to explain electricity or cell-phones or airplanes to someone who never grew up with those things. I guess, I too, I would be skeptical about hearing about the government sending someone called an astronaut to walk on the moon lol!!! I also found it interesting to reflect back on the differences and similarities between these two time periods. Ian went back about 400 years which seems like it was forever ago – and yes, at many intervals it was. However, how much really did change…?! There is still war, incurable illness, famine, gender inequality, greed, hate, and pain. It was intriguing to see after 400 years how our world is still battling and dealing with some of the exact same issues, even with all of our modern-day accomplishments. The author’s writing is strong and eloquently detailed. She really provided so much detail in her writing that is was easy to picture! There were a few times I found myself totally caught up in the story! This is one book that I can truly say I really enjoyed the ending. No spoiler alerts here!!! But I definitely needed a couple tissues. And was glad that this book ended with a messy-free, bow-tied HEA! I really liked the in-depth amount of research the author did while constructing this book. It was clear she was very familiar and well-versed on the culture, customs, and traditions of Scotland. I honestly did not know much about life over there. However, the author provided so much detail and such vivid descriptions it made the scenes easy to picture. There are some predictable scenes. However, there are still a few unexpected twists and turns that you won’t see coming! This book is book two of the Real Men Wear Kilts Book Series. I have read the first book before reading this book, and I would strongly state that there is not any requirement for having to reading it first. This book can absolutely be read as a standalone. Although, I have thoroughly enjoyed both books so I would suggest checking them both out – in any order! All in all, I really enjoyed reading this book and would absolutely recommend not only this book, but this author as well! I was truly impressed with the quality of writing, intriguing storyline, and excellent character development! I will definitely be continuing to follow this author and check out her upcoming books! I think all time-travel romance readers will like this book too! So, be sure to add it to your TBR List and get to reading - you won't be disappointed! **Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book and have voluntarily provided an honest, and unbiased review in accordance with FTC regulations.**

  2. 5 out of 5

    Elaine

    3.5 stars I really enjoyed this book. It's the first time travel romance book I read where the character that goes back in the past is a man and not a woman. It was a nice change and I really enojoyed it. It had a slow start but once the story picked up I couldn't stop reading. The main female character - Aila was a strong heroine with a kick ass personality, a certain charisma, and a strong will of her own capable to stand her ground against everyone else. I really liked her. I liked the story, 3.5 stars I really enjoyed this book. It's the first time travel romance book I read where the character that goes back in the past is a man and not a woman. It was a nice change and I really enojoyed it. It had a slow start but once the story picked up I couldn't stop reading. The main female character - Aila was a strong heroine with a kick ass personality, a certain charisma, and a strong will of her own capable to stand her ground against everyone else. I really liked her. I liked the story, the characters and the time travelling back to Scotland in 1600s. But on the other hand, the Scots' accents could have been executed a little better. As they were, they just annoyed me and distracted me from the story. Also many things are not well described and are left alone without further descriptions which annoyed me but as story progressed things got more clear (or they simply didn't bother me that much any more). I also wish we'd get more of Ian adjusting to the past times (and a different body too). It seemed like he got used to it all way to quickly and easily. It felt rushed. But overall this was a nice solid read. I'll defenitely check out more books by Ms. Mansfield. ***I received the ARC for free from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cecily Wolfe

    I really enjoyed this very unique and engaging story! The cultural differences and time travel factor make for some humorous moments within more serious themes, and the romance is hot but with believable emotional connections that felt very real. If you enjoy historical romance with a high heat factor, especially those set in Scotland, this is for you - although there is much more to the story than this.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rinou

    Des bons côtés et d’autres bien moins bons qui m’ont carrément sortie de ma lecture. Une histoire qui ne restera pas dans la mémoire bien longtemps. Avis complet https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... Des bons côtés et d’autres bien moins bons qui m’ont carrément sortie de ma lecture. Une histoire qui ne restera pas dans la mémoire bien longtemps. Avis complet https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Christa

    Ian McKay is home from Afghanistan struggling with guilt and PTSD. When he dies in a car accident, Fate sends him back in time to Scotland. Alina is marrying a man her brother hates for an alliance. Ian MacKay is known as lazy and a womanizer. When he drinks himself into a stupor on the night before the wedding, she goes to check on him and finds him dead on the floor. So she is supremely surprised to find him alive and well on her wedding day. She’s convinced a sidhe has possessed him. Especial Ian McKay is home from Afghanistan struggling with guilt and PTSD. When he dies in a car accident, Fate sends him back in time to Scotland. Alina is marrying a man her brother hates for an alliance. Ian MacKay is known as lazy and a womanizer. When he drinks himself into a stupor on the night before the wedding, she goes to check on him and finds him dead on the floor. So she is supremely surprised to find him alive and well on her wedding day. She’s convinced a sidhe has possessed him. Especially when Ian’s personality has completely changed. Ian struggles to get used to being in 16th century Scotland, and Alina wonders if she’s married a demon. Especially since the way he makes her feel is out of this world. The book alternates from both their POVs so it’s funny to see them react so differently to the same thing. “When you find yourself on the wrong side of a woman’s ire, son, just start quoting scriptures. It’ll not only throw them off guard, but nine times outta ten, if you do it right, it might even make them forget what they were so mad at you about in the first place. And trust me, it never hurts to ask for a little divine intervention when dealing with an angry female. If you ask me, the whole darn species tends to be vicious when riled.” Solid advice from Ian’s dad. I loved the authors previous book Time for a Highlander. So I was glad to see that the second book in her series is just as good as the first. I like seeing the guy going back in time, it’s usually the woman who is out of place. The romance is fun and it’s not a repeat of the first book. And like last time, I loved the ending. If you’re wanting a time travel romance, I recommend this series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Les Romantiques

    Posted on Les Romantiques - Le forum du site Reviewed by Rinou Review Copy from the Publisher I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Second volume in the Real Men Wear Kilts series, Heart Of A Highlander can be read alone as the stories don’t seem to be linked by another thing than the fact they’re both time travel. Here the hero, Ian, goes back in the past to find himself in the body of one of his ancestors just before his wedding with t Posted on Les Romantiques - Le forum du site Reviewed by Rinou Review Copy from the Publisher I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Second volume in the Real Men Wear Kilts series, Heart Of A Highlander can be read alone as the stories don’t seem to be linked by another thing than the fact they’re both time travel. Here the hero, Ian, goes back in the past to find himself in the body of one of his ancestors just before his wedding with the sister of an enemy clan chief. Let’s talk about the hero first: Ian is a former soldier feeling ashamed about the death of fellow soldiers during an attack in Afghanistan. When he dies in a car accident and Fate, first name Tobias (a real and sarcastic character not really likeable), offers him a possibility to change the past and save his comrades if he first accepts to live some time in the body of this ancestor who shouldn’t have died the day before his wedding in 1643, Ian jumps at the chance. As you can imagine we have a hero honest, determined, and brave, who tackles the problems head on and keeps his spirits up even if at times he feels out of his depth. Aila is a heroine in his own measure. She was raised by her brother after her parents deaths, in a quite unpleasant atmosphere where she was often belittled because she doesn’t have the voluptuous build of the other women, where she had to sneak out to learn with the clan’s healer, and if she often thinks she’s not good enough she tries and start off on the right foot in this marriage and new clan by standing up to Ian – most often before he can even say what he thinks about it. Where she annoyed me a little is when she gets it into her head that Ian is in fact a supernatural being, a sidhe, who has come and possess the body of her fiancé she saw dead with her own eyes, certainty reinforced by the fact he changed his behavior overnight. So she’s suspicious of everything he does, repeating to him each time that he’s a sidhe, and if I think the wanted effect was to amuse the reader it fell flat with me. Between them the attraction is immediate and they yield to it first by obligation – they need the proof the wedding was consummated – and after that by desire. The love scenes are well described without being too descriptive, and we see the feelings evolve in a satisfying way. Unfortunately there are points that took me out of the story, like the Scot accent that is at time too present: nae, ken, brither… it’s a mental gymnastics with each dialog to understand what the characters are saying. Except when the hero’s talking because, except at first where he makes efforts to have the accent, most of the time he talks normally, using modern words and turns of phrases the others around him don’t understand. But that doesn’t disturb them. In Scotland of 1643, a man who acts and talks strangely, in fact, amuses them and they only tell him he’s “titched in the head”, meaning “somewhat crazy” but with the accent. I think historically talking he’d have had more chance to be exorcized or more… Another point that threw me out of the story, when the heroine thinks a tea would do her good for her morning sickness. As the first sale of tea in London took place 14 years later, I doubt at the extreme north of Scotland tea could have been a drink in vogue in 1643. Or the scene where the heroine does a movement worthy of a contortionist that so threw me out of my reading I went and ask my fellow Romantiques members if this movement was even possible (answer: not without dislocating her ankle). Finally there’s the whole plot about the threats done by the heroine’s brother on her wedding day, motivating Ian to construct traps to protect his people, and that turns out to only be the words of a drunkard of which he has no memory several months later. So I admit, I love time travels, and even if they don’t always meet my expectations it’s rare they’re really bad. Heart Of A Highlander is no exception, but its good points can’t erase its flaws, and if I read it without being bored I wasn’t really drawn into it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    MrsMascara

    I felt this was an enjoyable read, with two likeable main characters, and the timeslip and the military slant were done well, I did think that some of the elements of the story left me with questions, and there were some inconsistencies but overall it was good fun to read. Ian Mackay is a 29 year old ex vet of the Afghanistan campaign, working on his parents farm in Ohio, bored with the farming life, and tortured by guilt over the deaths of men under his command. He is involved in a RTA, and has I felt this was an enjoyable read, with two likeable main characters, and the timeslip and the military slant were done well, I did think that some of the elements of the story left me with questions, and there were some inconsistencies but overall it was good fun to read. Ian Mackay is a 29 year old ex vet of the Afghanistan campaign, working on his parents farm in Ohio, bored with the farming life, and tortured by guilt over the deaths of men under his command. He is involved in a RTA, and has the choice to go back in time to live an ancestors life in 17th century Scotland, in return for the chance to change what happened in Afghanistan. In the body of the now dead original Ian Mackay, the modern day Ian marries Aila Gordon who is sister to the Laird of Clan Gordon. This has been ordered by the king to unite feuding clans. Aila doesn’t want to marry Ina Mackay, because of his drunken, philandering wastrel ways, and she believes she is not the sort of woman men find attractive. Aila has discovered Ian Mackay’s dead body, so she recognises that he is not the same person when she marries the modern Ian Mackay the next day. Her harsh brother obeys the king, and then sends Aila off with Ian, after warning her he will kill any children she and Ian have. The two of them are sent to an inhospitable part of northern Scotland to a ruin of a castle Ian was promised in return for marrying Aila, Ian has to work hard to learn how to feed and house and support his clan, and avaoid his enemies the Sutherland’s and the Gordon’s. This is a really interesting part of the book, and held my attention. Where I struggled a little was the blithe way Ian relinquished his connections to his parents and modern life, that didn’t ring true. I also felt the resolution at the end, was almost too neat and tidy. To summarise an enjoyable read with a couple of inconsistencies and a slightly too neat conclusion. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    Reading historical romance, esp. those set in Scotland, is always a treat. Usually in time travel stories, it's the heroine that gets catapulted, whether forward or backward (Outlander anyone?). This time around it's the hero. Ian blames himself for the death of his men in Afghanistan, and is struggling with PTSD and civilian life when he flips his truck avoiding a young Amish girl with a spooked horse and...dies. Only to be given a strange offer by Fate to save his men by going back in time to Reading historical romance, esp. those set in Scotland, is always a treat. Usually in time travel stories, it's the heroine that gets catapulted, whether forward or backward (Outlander anyone?). This time around it's the hero. Ian blames himself for the death of his men in Afghanistan, and is struggling with PTSD and civilian life when he flips his truck avoiding a young Amish girl with a spooked horse and...dies. Only to be given a strange offer by Fate to save his men by going back in time to 1643 Highland Scotland and prevent a past tragedy that had repercussions all the way forward in modern times. He accepts. Aila Gordon is about to throw a party that she doesn't have to marry the original Ian Mackay, who died in a drunken stupor...until he mysteriously comes back to life. She finds herself wed to an enemy highlander, a man hellbent on saving her life. This is an entertaining, fun read with spirited lively characters, sassy dialogue, and the beauty of the Scottish highlands. I love all the complications time travel ensues, and all the hard choices people have to make, so speak or stay silent, to stay or go. I really enjoyed spending time with these characters. Great chemistry between Ian and Aila! They were a great couple to spend time with, and had me right through to the end.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    Heart of a highlander is a romantic historical time traveling book about a man from current times struggling with life who dies and is given a second chance. He must go back in time and take over for one of his ancestors and right some wrongs that were not suppose to happen. When Ian agrees he is thrown back into the 1600s Scotland where he will have to work his butt off to save his family and people of this village. Of course it’s not without challenges, but he never anticipated his new wife. F Heart of a highlander is a romantic historical time traveling book about a man from current times struggling with life who dies and is given a second chance. He must go back in time and take over for one of his ancestors and right some wrongs that were not suppose to happen. When Ian agrees he is thrown back into the 1600s Scotland where he will have to work his butt off to save his family and people of this village. Of course it’s not without challenges, but he never anticipated his new wife. Feuding families, building a village up from scratch, falling for a complete stranger, this book is very interesting and the end felt perfect considering how the whole book started. Really enjoyed this one.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kaye

    Story starts out with Ian, a soldier suffering from PTSD in present day Ohio. Trying to avoid an Amish girl, he swerves into the ditch and flips the pickup 3 times and dies. Upon awaking, he is met with Tobias, who takes him back in time to an ancestor with the same name, who has died by being drunk and choking on his own vomit. Tobias places him in the other Ian's body, and he awakens in 1600 Scotland. He next is sent to the chapel, where he awaits his betrothed Aila, who is the sister of Fergu Story starts out with Ian, a soldier suffering from PTSD in present day Ohio. Trying to avoid an Amish girl, he swerves into the ditch and flips the pickup 3 times and dies. Upon awaking, he is met with Tobias, who takes him back in time to an ancestor with the same name, who has died by being drunk and choking on his own vomit. Tobias places him in the other Ian's body, and he awakens in 1600 Scotland. He next is sent to the chapel, where he awaits his betrothed Aila, who is the sister of Fergus, from a clan he is feuding with. Wasn't sure how this would work, but actually ended up really liking this one. Good story, good author, and one I highly recommend. Hard to put this one down.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Christine Woinich

    For me, this was a bit of a roller coaster. My heart ached for all that Ian had gone through and how he strived to do his best to earn a second chance to changes things. He was very gallant, charming, and sweet at times. Aila was wonderful in all that she put up with around her, although it fed her insecurities and doubts. By the end of the story, I had laughed with Aila and Ian, worried with them, and cried for them by the end. Gritty beginning, time travel for a chance to change things, and te For me, this was a bit of a roller coaster. My heart ached for all that Ian had gone through and how he strived to do his best to earn a second chance to changes things. He was very gallant, charming, and sweet at times. Aila was wonderful in all that she put up with around her, although it fed her insecurities and doubts. By the end of the story, I had laughed with Aila and Ian, worried with them, and cried for them by the end. Gritty beginning, time travel for a chance to change things, and tearful ending. I highly recommend this story. I received a copy of this story through Goddess Fish Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    Nice time travel romance What I liked: - this time the man travels back in time - Ian seems a good fit for a time traveller having been both a farmer and a soldier - the ending was very satisfying, won't go into details and leave spoilers I was less happy with: - slightly formulaic plot. Maybe I read this too soon after the first in this series, but there are too many similarities. - I found myself a bit bored around the 80% mark and really struggled to finish Nice time travel romance What I liked: - this time the man travels back in time - Ian seems a good fit for a time traveller having been both a farmer and a soldier - the ending was very satisfying, won't go into details and leave spoilers I was less happy with: - slightly formulaic plot. Maybe I read this too soon after the first in this series, but there are too many similarities. - I found myself a bit bored around the 80% mark and really struggled to finish

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tricia

    Heart of a Highlander was such a sweet book. I enjoyed seeing the love between Ian and Aila blossom. His PTSD after serving in Afghanistan was heartbreaking, but I loved the ending of the story - definitely worth reading to the end.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tamra LeValley

    One of the best love stories I have ever read. Great ending!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Brandy Mulder

    This time travel story has an interesting twist with Ian ending up in the body of dead ancestor. As a soldier that has been to war he suffers from PTSD and boatloads of regret. I love the character of fate, snark and all. Poor Aila doesn't know what to think of her new husbands crazy ways lol. Ian has a different set of values than his ancestor, and this leads to some misconceptions and interesting conversations. Speaking of conversations, there is plenty of adult language floating around in thi This time travel story has an interesting twist with Ian ending up in the body of dead ancestor. As a soldier that has been to war he suffers from PTSD and boatloads of regret. I love the character of fate, snark and all. Poor Aila doesn't know what to think of her new husbands crazy ways lol. Ian has a different set of values than his ancestor, and this leads to some misconceptions and interesting conversations. Speaking of conversations, there is plenty of adult language floating around in this story that gets very naughty :)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Terri

    a wonderful book!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Loved this book! Great book to add to your summer reading list this year!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Isley Forrester

  19. 4 out of 5

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  20. 4 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

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  22. 4 out of 5

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  23. 5 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

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  26. 5 out of 5

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