Allison Sutton never expected to find herself in 14th century Scotland. As a nurse, she’s not a risk taker. But, while on holiday in Scotland with her sisters, she takes a leap of faith with them over a waterfall that locals say is enchanted. And, the rest is history . . .
Brann Mackay never planned on giving his heart away after his betrothed marries his brother again. When he’s literally knocked off his feet by a swift kick to his bollocks by the woman he finds himself trying to rescue from a crowd, he knows he’s met his match.
Allison is like no woman Brann has ever met, and he quickly realizes why. She’s an extremely strong woman as she tries to adjust to a new world, yet easily gives her heart to Brann and those he loves. And, Brann can’t help but to fall for the beautiful and feisty woman that doesn’t belong in his time.
As Brann begins depending on Allison more and more, as does his clan, he realizes he loves her enough to give her up so she can return home if that’s what makes her happy. Allison begins to realize, however, that she’s never put her own needs and wants first in life . . . and maybe for the first time, she can.
Sometimes you don’t know what you are missing until you are put into a situation where you have the chance to have it, and I love how the author really brought that to life with this book!
Falling for the Chieftain was a fun take on both time travel and historical romance. It’s a light hearted read with enough depth to make it feel intense and emotional as these lovers come to terms with dealing with their pasts and the possibility of a future together. I also have to say that the ending was simply spectacular. 5 stars!
About the Book
Fate reaches across time to bring them together. Can love bridge their differences?
Allison Sutton isn’t the sort to take risks. She’s a nurse, so she’s seen exactly where risk-taking can lead. But she leaves her comfort zone to visit Scotland with her sisters, and then takes a further leap of faith when one of them insists they jump from a waterfall that’s supposedly enchanted. To her amazement, the jump brings her back in time, to the fourteenth century, and she comes face to face with a strapping Highlander who looks as if he’s stepped out of her fantasies.
After his brother betrayed him, Brann MacKay has gone out of his way to display his prowess. Which makes it all the more embarrassing when he saves a slip of a lass from a crowd of men, only to earn a kick to the bollocks for his efforts. Even so, Brann is taken with the brash beauty. Allison is like no lass he’s ever met, and he quickly realizes why. She emerged from the enchanted pool on his land. She wishes to return to her own world, but her knowledge of healing makes her indispensable to his people—and he quickly realizes she is indispensable to him.
Being with Brann makes Allison reconsider her stance on risks, but can a modern woman be happy with a medieval man?
This is the third in the Enchanted Falls Trilogy.
The Enchanted Falls Trilogy follows three sisters as they find love after falling through time. Each book can be read as a stand-alone, but the stories are linked.
Book One-Falling for the Highlander by Emma Prince
Book Two-Falling for the Knight by Cecelia Mecca
Book Three-Falling for the Chieftain by Keira Montclair
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About the Author
Keira Montclair is the pen name of an author who lives in Florida with her husband. She loves to write fast-paced, emotional romance, especially with children as secondary characters in her stories.
She has worked as a registered nurse in pediatrics and recovery room nursing. Teaching is another of her loves, as she has taught both high school mathematics and practical nursing.
Now she loves to spend her time writing, but there isn’t enough time to write everything she wants! Her Highlander Clan Grant Series is a reader favorite is a series of eight stand-alone novels. The Summerhill Series is a contemporary romance series set in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region in Western New York. Her third series, The Highland Clan, is set twenty years after the Clan Grant Series and will focus on the Grant/Ramsay descendants.
You may contact her through her website at http://www.keiramontclair.com. She also has a Facebook account and a twitter account through Keira Montclair. If you send her an email through her website, she promises to respond.