A love three hundred years in the making
After being knocked out in battle, Angus Cameron wakes in a terrifying new world with flying beasts, horseless carriages, crazy music, and strangely dressed people.
Has he gone mad?
When Angel Adair discovers a man in 1975’s San Francisco Lands End park dressed in little more than a Scottish kilt, is he just a confused drifter or her dream-lover come to life?
About the Author
My San Francisco Highlander is Aleigha’s second full-length romance novel in her Finding My Highlander series. Now, an Amazon best-selling author of time-travel romance, she is working on the third book in her Finding My Highlander series as well as a collection of romance poems. She’s also working on early character sheets for a Regency Romance series.
After more than twenty-five years writing and delivering management and other training programs, Aleigha Siron turned her writing efforts to fiction and poetry. When not writing, you’ll often find Aleigha walking along the shore with her trusty four-legged companion, Strider. The whoosh of waves across glistening sand and the turbulent swell of the sea at sunset dissolves the noise of the day. If this fails to conjure the muses and stimulate her creative juices, she’ll sip a glass of wine and read.
Aleigha loves all forms of writing, but historical and romance fiction provide a favorite escape, especially those with time-travel themes. A firm believer that everything secretly yearns for the romance novels’ essential HEA, she knew this was her genre.
Genre: Time-Travel Romance
Title: My San Francisco Highlander
Series: Finding My Highlander #2
Author: Aleigha Siron
Publisher: Tirgearr Publishing
Source: IndieSage PR
This book… was not for me. Now, I’m all for time-travel and romance, and highlanders are one of my top faves. How would someone like me not be into this, right? And Brian seemed sweet. Totally lost and out of his element (that’s taking it lightly) but a healing warrior who’s still trying to wrap his mind around the 1970s. And Angel was– uh, an interesting woman. I personally didn’t like her but I could learn to appreciate her differences and strong opinions. Eventually…
It was just dissenting. It had good reviews and a lot of things I usually enjoy in other books, yet no matter how hard I tried, I could not get into it. I couldn’t find it in me to like Angel, or agree with the way she treated Brian. Even she didn’t know what she was doing at times, purposefully opening her mouth to hurt or divert things she couldn’t comprehend. By that point, I gave up on caring. On a severely personal note, the writing style did not work for me. Execution is key and for some strange reason, a lot of negative feelings just kept building up when someone else would do something, and having all that inside during a whole sitting is just too much for me. The drama, the reality checks and insecurities, it all was just not something I enjoyed. I wouldn’t recommend it, but if you think a highlander getting lost in San Francisco in 1975 is interesting (cause it was) then by all means, go for it.