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Janet Chapman

I’ve read all of Janet Chapman’s novel and I love each and every one of them very much. They all are in some part of Maine because Janet is a Maine Romance writer and that doesn’t affect her novels it makes them such a joy to read. This is the first book in Janet Chapman’s new series called Sinclair Brothers and I’m very excited about reading the next two books in this series because I loved reading this first one. The hero obviously is a Sinclair and he is also the oldest of the three brothers that make up the Sinclair family besides their grandfather. When Sam Sinclair’s self-made millionaire grandfather sends Willa Kent, a woman none of the three Sinclair brothers have even heard of, as his proxy to an ultra-important meeting of the Sinclair shipping company, most people would think the old man had lost his marbles. The three brothers are the only family that their grandfather has and vice versa so they are very anxious to find out who their grandfather will chose to run the company but Willa Kent is a surprise they didn’t expect.
But Sam knows his grandfather too well and for some reason, the wily old man has decided that one of his three grandsons should marry Willa, and this is his way of trying to force the issue. So Willa and Sam team up on what seems like a wild-goose chase to find some loophole in Grandfather Sinclair’s crazy notion. It was sad that his grandfather died so soon in the novel because I would have loved to have read more about him alive even though there were pretty funny things said about him throughout the novel. But as Sam crews Willa’s yacht en route to Maine, he finds to his surprise that his grandfather’s offbeat scheme is growing more attractive by the moment. Willa is smart, beautiful…and has a wild streak that sends them soaring together above the clouds. But Willa isn’t about to let Sam fly away with her heart until she knows his true motives. If the man wants to marry for money, the woman in her says that first he must fall in love and in love they are with one another before I finished this novel.
Sam and Willa are such complex characters that have lived totally different lives and have their own outlooks on life that are very different. The make such a wonderful couple and I was glad to see that everything worked out for them in the end but the ending also peaked my interest because I could see that next book would be interesting. The second book would be for the middle brother Sinclair and he already had his own woman problems to deal with that was hinted at the end of the first novel. Here is the description of the book from the back cover and picture:
THE MAN MUST MARRY $ 6.99 (Book 1)(343 Pages)
Trying to escape marriage they are snared by love.
When Sam Sinclair’s self-made millionaire grandfather sends Willa Kent, a woman none of the three Sinclair brothers have even heard of, as his proxy to an ultra-important meeting of the Sinclair shipping company, most people would think the old man had lost his marbles. But Sam knows his grandfather too well. For some reason, the wily old man has decided that one of his three grandsons should marry Willa, and this is his way of trying to force the issue….

So Willa and Sam team up on what seems like a wild-goose chase to find some loophole in Grandfather Sinclair’s crazy notion. But as Sam crews Willa’s yacht en route to Maine, he finds to his surprise that his grandfather’s offbeat scheme is growing more attractive by the moment. Willa is smart, beautiful…and has a wild streak that sends them soaring together above the clouds.

But Willa isn’t about to let Sam fly away with her heart until she knows his true motives. If the man wants to marry for money, the woman in her says that first he must fall in love.

I love Janet Chapman. I stumbled upon her books on a routine trip to Barnes & Noble that I take looking for new books to buy. She is an amazing Maine Romance Writer and I love her Highlander Series. I recommend for romance readers to pick up Janet Chapman’s books especially her Highlander Series, which has magic and time travel involved. I enjoyed this novel very much because the heroine Megan MacKeage and the hero Jack Stone are such amazing and intriguing characters that have such opposite views on how things are done. Megan is one of the seven daughters of Grace and Grelyen MacKeage and she’s five months pregnant with a broken heart. Jack Stone is the new Chief of Police and when Megan sees him for the first time he is the man she knew as Wayne Farris the father of her child and the man who broke her heart. In this novel you meet such amazing characters and sometimes that is hard to find in novels but luckily it hasn’t happened to me often.


Megan and Jack are such strong and independent characters and it is such a pleasure reading about all the situations that they have to go through in order to finally realize they love one another and are meant for each other. Megan and Jack learn a lot about each other because even though they fell in love they never really knew one another as they will throughout this novel. In this novel you see other relationships develop and you also read about the MacKeage’s from the previous two novels, such as Matt’s younger brother Kenzie and a friend of his that has a small part in this novel. Megan and Jack have a very interesting courtship that made me fall in love with them and in fact made me want to read more about these time-traveling highlanders that were dropped in the 21st century to complete their destiny. At the end of this book I got the feeling that Matt’s brother Kenzie Gregor will have his own story and maybe be part of a new series that Janet Chapman may have in the works. Here is the description of the books from the back cover and pictures:

SECRETS OF THE HIGHLANDER $ 6.99 (Book 6)(321 Pages)

He is the father of her child, but the secrets they are hiding are tearing them apart….
Megan MacKeage escaped the smothering protectiveness of the Highland MacKeage clan to work as a scientist on the Canadian tundra. But when fellow researcher Wayne Ferris breaks her heart by rejecting her, Megan returns to Maine alone…. Then she meets the town’s new police chief, Jack Stone—the man she knew as Wayne Ferris. Instead of the quiet scholar he posed as, he’s an aggressive private eye who’s willing to fight for what he wants, just like all the overbearing men in her clan. So why is Megan still feeling a dangerous attraction? And though Jack claims he followed her here because he loves her, can she ever trust a man with so many secrets?
I love Janet Chapman. I stumbled upon her books on a routine trip to Barnes & Noble that I take looking for new books to buy. She is an amazing Maine Romance Writer and I love her Highlander Series. I recommend for romance readers to pick up Janet Chapman’s books especially her Highlander Series, which has magic and time travel involved. I enjoyed this novel very much because the heroine Winter MacKeage and the hero Matt Gregor are such amazing and intriguing characters that have such opposite views on how things are done. Winter is the seventh daughter of the seventh daughter and she is destined to be the next powerful druid. She is the reason Grelyen MacKeage was taken from the past and dumped into the future to meet and fall in love with Grace Stutter. Matt is a wealthy stranger that has interests in making a home in the newly bought land near Winter’s own home. He is very interested in Winter and has a secret that will very well shock and amaze all of the MacKeage and MacBain family members. In this novel you meet such amazing characters and sometimes that is hard to find in novels but luckily it hasn’t happened to me often.

Winter and Matt are such strong and independent characters and it is such a pleasure reading about all the situations that they have to go through in order to finally realize they love one another and are meant for each other. Winter and Matt learn a lot about each other and the fate of the world in this novel that has been hinted since the beginning of the series. In this novel you see other relationships develope and you also read about the MacKeage’s from the previous two novels. Winter and Matt have a very interesting courtship that made me fall in love with them and in fact made me want to read more about these time-traveling highlanders that were dropped in the 21st century to complete their destiny. Here is the description of the books from the back cover and pictures:
ONLY WITH A HIGHLANDER $ 6.99 (Book 5)(365 Pages)

She must choose between her destiny…and he desire.
As soon as Pine Creek’s new mystery man steps into her art gallery, Winter MacKeage is intrigued. This sexy stranger, Matt Gregor, wants her to do some drawings of his dream house. And with his tiger-gold eyes and masculine charm, he’s impossible to resist. But so is Winter’s Scottish heritage. As the seventh MacKeage daughter, she must embrace her true magical calling…and deny her mortal desires. Soon Winter is heating up—in Matt’s strong arms—and her fiery heart is torn. Can she give up the destiny she was born to fulfill for the only man she’s ever truly loved?
I love Janet Chapman. I stumbled upon her books on a routine trip to Barnes & Noble that I take looking for new books to buy. She is an amazing Maine Romance Writer and I love her Highlander Series. I recommend for romance readers to pick up Janet Chapman’s books especially her Highlander Series, which has magic and time travel involved. I enjoyed this novel very much because the heroine Catherine Daniels and the hero Robbie MacBain are such amazing and intriguing characters that have such opposite views on how things are done. Catherine is the mother of two children and she is on the run from her abusive ex-husband who has finally gotten out of jail. Robbie is the son of highlander Michael MacBain and the guardian of the MacKeage and MacBain family. He is also a foster parent of several youthful boys who have seen too much and get into too much trouble that may cost them a some time in juvie or worse jail when they’re older. In this novel you meet such amazing characters and sometimes that is hard to find in novels but luckily it hasn’t happened to me often.
Catherine and Robbie are such strong and independent characters and it is such a pleasure reading about all the situations that they have to go through in order to finally realize they love one another and are meant for each other. On top of that I love Robbie’s foster boys and Catherine’s two children because they keep things interesting between Robbie and Catherine. Catherine also gets to understand the real Robbie and his guardian duties in a time-travel to the past. In this novel you see other relationships develope and you also read about the MacKeage’s from the previous two novels. Catherine and Robbie have a very interesting courtship that made me fall in love with them and in fact made me want to read more about these time-traveling highlanders and their family that were dropped in the 21st century to complete their destiny. Here is the description of the books from the back cover and pictures:
TEMPTING THE HIGHLANDER $ 6.99 (Book 4)(355 Pages)

She has the power to tempt him beyond all reason…
Catherine Daniels arrives in Pine Creek, Maine, at just the right time for Robbie MacBain. She is on the run from her ex-husband, and Robbie is a sexy, single foster parent who needs a housekeeper while he travels back in time to medieval Scotland. Unbeknownst to Catherine, Robbie’s looking for a book of spells to save the future of his family…and little did he expect to find a burning passion in Catherine’s arms. Can Robbie seal his family’s fate while enticing Catherine to follow him and her own heart wherever love will take them?
I love Janet Chapman. I stumbled upon her books on a routine trip to Barnes & Noble that I take looking for new books to buy. She is an amazing Maine Romance Writer and I love her Highlander Series. I recommend for romance readers to pick up Janet Chapman’s books especially her Highlander Series, which has magic and time travel involved. I enjoyed this novel very much because the heroine Libby Hart and the hero Michael MacBain are such amazing and intriguing characters that have such opposite views on how things are done. Libby is a doctor running away from her special healing abilities that she didn’t intend to use on a patient of a collegue but did and is wanted to explain how the child miraculously saved the child. Michael is a highland warrior from the 1200 century who was dropped into the 21st century in a freak thunder storm with Grelyen MacKeage and 4 other MacKeages and 4 of his MacBain clansman. In this novel you meet such amazing characters and sometimes that is hard to find in novels but luckily it hasn’t happened to me often.

Libby and Michael are such strong and independent characters and it is such a pleasure reading about all the situations that they have to go through in order to finally realize they love one another and are meant for each other. On top of that I love Michael’s eight-year-old son Robbie MacBain, who in the first novel was just a new born baby. Robbie is a Guardian even though he is a child and it is wonderful to see that he takes his duty so seriously at such a young age. I also love that Robbie wants to see his father happy with Libby and has no bitterness that his mother is gone and that Libby might want to replace that spot in his heart. In this novel you see other relationships develope and you also read about the MacKeage’s from the previous two novels. Libby and Michael have a very interesting courtship that made me fall in love with them and in fact made me want to read more about these time-traveling highlanders that were dropped in the 21st century to complete their destiny. Here is the description of the books from the back cover and pictures:
WEDDING THE HIGHLANDER $ 6.99 (Book 3)(348 Pages)

A runaway beauty finds love in the brawny arms of a handsome stranger…
Talented surgeon Libby Hart is fleeing to Pine Creek, Maine, when her car spins out of control and crashes into a pond. She is rescued by Michael MacBain, a medieval highlander trapped in the modern world by a wizard’s spell. Wounded in love once before by a modern woman, Michael wants nothing to do with Libby, but he can’t resist the intense desire she stirs within him. Can this proud warrior pledge his heart to a woman whose secret threatens to change their lives forever?
I love Janet Chapman. I stumbled upon her books on a routine trip to Barnes & Noble that I take looking for new books to buy. She is an amazing Maine Romance Writer and I love her Highlander Series. I bought this second book in her Highlander series because I love highlanders and especially the time-traveling kind because they make very interesting novels. I enjoyed this novel very much because the heroine Sadie Quill and the hero Morgan MacKeage are such amazing and intriguing characters that have such opposite views on how things are done. Sadie is working to make the forest that Morgan has made his home into a park for a company that seems very shady. Morgan is a highland warrior from the 1200 century who was dropped into the 21st century in a freak thunder storm with his brother and other clan members and enemy clan. In this novel you meet such amazing characters and sometimes that is hard to find in novels but luckily it hasn’t happened to me often.

Sadie and Morgan are such strong and independent characters and it is such a pleasure reading about all the situations that they have to go through in order to finally realize they love one another and are meant for each other. In this novel you see other relationships develope and you also read about Grace and Greylen again from the first novel. Sadie and Morgan have a very interesting courtship that made me fall in love with them and in fact made me want to read more about these time-traveling highlanders that were dropped in the 21st century to complete their destiny. I recommend for romance readers to pick up Janet Chapman’s books especially her Highlander Series, which has magic and time travel involved. Here is the description of the books from the back cover and pictures:
LOVING THE HIGHLANDER $ 6.99 (Book 2)(375 Pages)
A tempestuous passion begins with a battle of wills…
When Sadie Quill comes upon an unbelievably gorgeous man lying naked beside a lake, she can’t resist taking his photo—and is quickly trapped in a passionate confrontation with the fierce stranger. Discovering the identity of this irresistible warrior will complicate Sadie’s search for a legendary gold mine. For he is Morgan MacKeage, a medieval highlander in modern-day Maine, a man with the fury of the untamed wilderness pounding in his veins—and the power to unlock Sadie’s fragile heart.
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Phoebe Jordan
Phoebe Jordan

Phoebe Jordan

I'm a part-time aspiring romance novelist, book reviewer and blogger. I've always wanted to travel the world and learn everything I can about other countries. Learning the Italian language is one way of trying to make that dream come true. Traveling will help me with my writing because I'll be learning about the history of the U.S., Latin America, England, Italy, and Ireland, the countries I find so fascinating while reading the romance genre. I read and review romance novels of almost every subgenre along with erotic romance, mystery, sci-fi/fantasy and young adult novels. You can find the reviews at my blogs, Talk About My Favorite Authors and Phoebe Jordan's Reviews. I’ve also started a live podcast show called TAMFA | Phoebe Jordan hosted on Blog Talk Radio. This show is dedicated to everything I love about romance and young adult novels. I love having romance and young adult authors live on my show to be interviewed and showcase their books. I plan to write contemporary romance, romantic suspense, erotic romance, paranormal romance and young adult when I get my writing career started with help from Keta. I'm not sure what genre I'll write to begin with since I love to read so many different romance genres.

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