Review: Through the Glen

Through the Glen Through the Glen by Samantha Young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Final Score - 4.5 Stars!

The third book to the Highlands series, Through the Glen delivers the emotional and offers redemption of one it's most colorful characters yet. The story follows shy housekeeper Sarah, who having made it as an author decides to quit her job at Ardnoch. That's how Theo, brilliant screenwriter and producer. He's also self professed man whore who doesn't believe in HEA.

Sarah approaches him to help her bring her wildly successful book series to the small screen. Theo has a natural talent as he previous helped North (Book 2 hero) achieve success as an actor on a show he wrote and produced. He's Sarah first and only choice as he is just that good. Of course, it's not smooth sailing.

However, while working together and opening up to each other, lines are crossed (not they mind) and whoa! Is their chemistry off the charts! I loved that Theo was who was and didn't apologize too often for it. I hate it when it feels like they apologize so much and are so regretful. It feels fake and disingenuous. And people really under estimate Sarah. She is no shy wall flower. These polar opposites lit up my heart and mind. So much so that days later, I'm re-reading this again. I just love the audio book and how it brings them to life.

Now, I can't wait for Jared's story. I have a feeling that one will be even more interesting.

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