Source: NetGalley EBook ReviewA Healer for the Highlander
by Terri BrisbinDate Read:
October 16, 2018Genre: Historical
More Information: Publisher: Harlequin Series: A Highland Feuding #5 Also by this author: Christmas in Kilts
She can save his sonBut can she resist the Highland warrior?In this A Highland Feuding story, famed healer Anna MacKenzie is moved by Davidh of Clan Cameron's request to help his ailing young son. She wants to help--and the commander has unknowingly provided the introduction to the clan she's been looking for. But Anna has a secret, one that could jeopardize the fast-growing, heated passion between them...
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Overall Rating: 5.00
Character Rating: 5.00
Story Rating: 5.00
Anna Mackenzie’s mother was a healer who was sometimes called the witch of Caig Falls. They lived above the falls and Anna was learning about the herbs and plants, so she could be a healer one day. She fell in love with Malcolm Cameron, the chieftain’s son, and hoped to marry him. Her mother discovered she was pregnant and moved them to her kin. Anna bore a son and a few years later she learned his father, Malcolm, had died. She planned to move back to the Cameron’s land one day, so her son Iain could know his clan.
Davidh Cameron was Malcolm’s best friend and now leads the warriors of Clan Cameron. He has lost his wife and his parents and worries for his ill son, Colm, named for his friend. Suisan cares for his son as best she can but his breathing is getting worse. Suisan informs him of the rumors that the witch, who is really a wise woman, has returned. He goes to Anna and she agrees to treat his son. As Colm improves many in the village seek her help.
Davidh and Anna spend time together and he meets Iain who reminds him of someone. They marry and eventually he realizes who fathered Iain. There is more going on in the clan and with Anna and Davidh but I won’t spoil a wonderful book. Arabella, Malcolm’s twin, and her husband Brodie Mackintosh (Stolen by the Highlander) visit the Camerons and it was nice to see them. I highly recommend this book and this series, which is a keeper
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