Take It Off Warrior by Eliza Knight
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Contemporary, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, time travel
Length: Short Story (84 pgs)
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Mistletoe
Sixteenth-century Highland laird Camden MacLeod wakes up in the modern world. Confused with his surroundings, he haphazardly throws on his kilt and goes in search of whoever has played such a foul trick on him. What he finds instead is beyond tempting…
Valerie is thoroughly exploring the medieval Scottish castle she’s rented for her best friend’s bachelorette party. Not only does an oddly shaped stone in tower catch her fancy—it somehow brings her dream man to life.
While exploring the medieval castle she has rented fot her girlfriend's bachelorette party, Valerie finds herself a beautiful stone necklace. Somehow sixteenth century Highland laird Camden MacLeod finds himself in the same castle and in Valerie’s time. How did this happen and does the necklace have anything to do with it? Will Camden and Valerie find love and if they do is it strong enough to keep them together?
This was a really sweet story of finding true love. I have a weakness myself for castles and kilts so Camden stole my breath away from the very start. He is a strong man who finds himself in a place that is so much like home yet it is not and there he finds his heart. Valerie is a great heroine as well, she is a smart woman who loves with all her heart. These two make a wonderful couple, and you can see the love shining through in everything that they do for each other. The bond that forms between Camden and Valerie is a great read. As they search for a way to return Camden to his time they try to live in the here and now savoring each moment as their last together. I loved that as hot as the sex was their love always shines through.
Eliza Knight brings the reader into her magical world of highlanders and keeps you turning those pages until the very end. If you are looking for a wonderful tale of love this is the book for you. Well written and quick-paced this book was a joy to read and I will be looking for more from this author in the future.