Selena Simonetti’s Mairi’s Magic is written like a complex, traditional Highlander Historical. What I really enjoyed about this book is that the red-headed heroine isn’t your typical stereotyped insolent, hot-tempered shrew. Even without an aggressive spirit she is blessed with strength of character.
In spite of her scars, Laird Ian Lachlan’s bastard daughter, Mairi, is wedded to a wealthy Clan Leader, Laird Finbar MacGowan. Her step-mother Agnes is so angry that she swears to have her revenge to take back the wealth and prestige she considers rightfully hers. She doesn’t care who gets hurt in the taking.
The heroine and hero are so real you can’t help but care what happens to them during their struggle to create a lasting marriage, and maintain peace between their two clans. However, Agnes isn’t their only enemy who is determined to help themselves to the heroine’s good fortune. When her laird is kidnapped, Mairi leads her husband’s clan to battle to win back the man she loves.
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Selena has been writing since her high school days. She is a fan of Fantasy and Science Fiction, loves to paint and ride horses and is a big animal lover. Selena lives in Ontario, Canada.