A Highland Moon Enchantment Book Cover A Highland Moon Enchantment
A Tale from the Order of the Dragon Knights
Mary Morgan
Historical Scottish Fantasy
The Wild Rose Press, Inc
November 17, 2017

Reviewed by: Linda Tonis

Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team

Desmond O’Quinlan is staying with his sister Fiona and her Dragon Knight husband Alastair MacKay. Ever since Alastair left Fiona when he thought she was dying and even though he returned the two men have been at each other’s throats ever since.

Desperate to finally put an end to the feud between the two men she loves she comes up with a plan, a plan that involves Desmond remaining and assisting Alastair in building a new castle. She hopes that time alone will mend everything between them. Fiona’s plan does not work but something much more important happens, Desmond meets the woman that will forever change his mind about never getting married.

Ailsa MacDuff and her father are on their way to scatter her mother’s ashes only she begged her father to wait since a big storm was coming. Ailsa has a gift,she is able to predict when a storm is coming but it is a gift her father refuses to acknowledge. Unfortunately for all involved a huge storm does hit leaving them and their guards stuck in a cave for days. When they finally are able to leave they are attacked by British soldiers and with her father’s encouragement Fiona rides out to find help. The help she finds is Desmond and Alastair.

Desmond is taken with Aisla as soon as he sees her and after rescuing her father it becomes apparent that she is also hurt. Desmond’s protective instinct takes over and he rides back to Fiona with her in his lap. He finds it difficult to stay away from Ailsa and she feels the same. The problem is that she has to return to her home where she will rule alongside her father and he has to return to his home.

Two people from two different worlds, two people who swore they would never find love, well I won’t say more than that I will leave you to find out what happens. This book was wonderful, it had romance and betrayal and all in all everything I could want from a book.