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Publisher Description

As a mechanical engineer in 1981 Chicago, Connie designs plumbing systems. She has also designed her life to perfection, right down to the man she hopes to marry. But when Mr. Right proposes, she can’t say yes. A head-clearing vacation brings her to the Scottish Highlands, where her free-spirited twin wishes for Connie to find true love. Neither sister expects the wish to send Connie hurtling five hundred years into the past.

Wilhelm Murray, heir to the barony of Dornoch, hopes to one day hold a seat in parliament and bring urgently needed reform to Scotland. But everything changes when a woman slated for execution proclaims her innocence using the most peculiar language. Powerfully attracted to the brave beauty, he rescues her even though it means becoming a fugitive and forfeiting his dream.

As Connie and Wilhelm evade capture, she discovers his passion for justice. Scotland needs his ideas. It needs him. And so does she. But in order to clear Wilhelm’s name, she will have to turn her back on everything she’s worked so hard for and embrace the magic of love.

June 23
Jessi Gage
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Boundless Book Reviews ,

Quick smooth read

Choosing the Highlanders is a story that takes readers through time to provide the perfect combination of love, drama, action, and magic! The characters were well developed and easily relatable. 

It was a quick and smooth read. I loved it. I rate it with 4 Boundless Stars. 


Choosing A Highlander

What a darling love story! This was my favorite book of the Highland Wishes Series. It made me laugh, cry and smile often. There were some nail-biting moments and some heartache at times. Not to worry, later there was much soothing with sweet, sensual, passionate and
loving sex. Hats off to Jesse! A perfect ending.

Gmaypes ,

Well written time travel story

I liked this book a lot. The plot made as much sense as a time travel/magic story can. It was believable.
I was really struck with the transition of a 1980's feminist and independent woman to a 15th century woman. The author handled this with a great deal of insight, I thought. After all, a truly successful, modern woman should be adaptable to her surroundings,right?
There was fun as well as tragedy. No typos that I can remember. The story flowed well and the magic wasn't silly. I would have liked more angst and less love at first sight but not enough to reduce the rating.
I liked the second and third books in the series more than the first. They're all stand alone novels. no cliff hangers.

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