Title: Highland Hearts
Callum Robertson has inherited his grandfather’s mansion in northern Scotland, but the house comes with a history he knew nothing about—should he be thrilled, or feel threatened as the house seems to lure him in?
When Callum Robertson first sees the old Scottish country mansion his grandfather bequeathed him, his first instinct is to sell the antiquated pile for whatever he can get for it—admittedly not much in a downturned market. Then he meets Craig MacPherson, a local farmer with auburn curls and sparkling gray eyes, and suddenly the gloomy old house doesn’t look quite the white elephant it first appeared to be.
Craig tells Callum that it’s rumored the house is haunted but by what or whom no one seems to know. Books flying off shelves then being mysteriously replaced give Callum pause to reconsider his rejection of the idea of an actual ghost haunting the place. When he finds a journal relating to the history of his family he is, by turn, intrigued then fascinated as the family saga unfolds through the writings of his ancestors.
An encounter with what he feels must be the spirit of his great-great-great uncle Alistair makes him change his mind about not only selling the house, but also about his future with Craig.
Author: J.P. Bowie
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Journey to Hope, Never Too Late
Published by Pride Source: Publisher
Published: July 12, 2016
Genres: M/M Erotica, Male Male Romance, Paranormal Romance
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When I read the blurb of Highland Heart I could not wait to begin my reading. A ghost story set in Scotland, it was promising to be an interesting story. That was the first time that I was reading a book from J.P. Bowie. This book is falling into the average category. I feel that the intimate relation between Callum and Craig stole the show. The first night that Craig arrived in the mansion that he had inherited, he slept over at Craig’s place right away. I would have loved to feel the vibe of that old house at night, to read about more unexplained events. I guess that I would have loved to see the mansion treated as a character instead of being just “a house”.