Megan MacGregor’s husband Trevor is
dying. Because of this, he and Megan travel to Jamestown to
find an indentured servant to run his printing shop when he
is no longer able to do so. Megan finds herself fascinated
with a wild looking man in chains, but when her husband buys
his papers, Megan is mortified at her actions. She loves
Trevor with her whole heart, however finds herself desiring
Alexander Cambpell just as much. Unable to come to grips
with her feelings, and not knowing that her husband already
has struck a bargain with Alex, Megan’s heart is torn. She
doesn’t want to betray her husband except he and Alex
definitely have other plans.
The plot and premise of Loving
Two Highlanders has the making of a highly exciting
and very erotic ménage. Alex and Trevor are magnificent men
and their sole purpose was trying to do right by Megan.
Megan’s character, however, was unlikable to me. I found
her to be wishy-washy and hot and cold – often in the same
scene. She came across as a loving wife in one instant and
then a raving shrew in the next.
Loving Two Highlanders is very erotic but
Megan’s characterization interfered with my enjoyment of
this novel. I would suggest skipping this one.