A Highland Fairy Tale · Lecia Cornwall

Review: Beauty and the Highland Beast (A Highland Fairy Tale #1) by Lecia Cornwall



I was intruded to this book by Anna @ Herding Cats and Burning Soup. I read her review, featured here, and become intrigued. Historical Romance’s are not a genre I usually pick up, but her review made this book sound fascinating and something I might relish.

Their was so much to savor. Dair, the laird’s son and future heir, has been gravely injured and is grief stricken so much that he has gone rather mad. Fia, one of many daughters to a neighboring clan see’s her chance to see a little of the world and maybe help heal the laird’s son.

I loved both Fia and Dair. Both have scares inside and out. They also complement each other in that he’s bold and she’s gentle. I just loved seeing them together. They both needed someone to see them, help them heal, and see past the scars. Watching them come together was sweet and endearing.

There is also danger afoot and strange things happening in the clan. Rumors and murmurs of witch craft, evil, and that Dair is not fit to rule. Some shady things go down and a few people I definitely wished harm too. I’m curious to see where things will go from here.

Overall, I had a marvelous time. I’m glad I gave Beauty and the Highland Beast a try. I was captivated from the first to last pages and can’t wait to read the next in A Highland Fairy Tale series.

Rated: 4 Stars

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4 thoughts on “Review: Beauty and the Highland Beast (A Highland Fairy Tale #1) by Lecia Cornwall

  1. I also saw this one on Anna her blog, it sounds like a fun one! Glad you enjoyed this one, the Beauty and beats and historical romance combination sounds so interesting. And those two sound really good together with how they heal each others scars.

  2. I was surprised with how much I enjoyed this Beauty and the Highland Beast. I always have such a hard time with Historical Romances, but this one hooked me and pulled me into the characters and lives. Hope you enjoy!

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