ARC Review: The Highlander’s Pirate Lass by Heather McCollum

Title: The Highlander’s Pirate Lass

Author: Heather McCollum

Series: The Brothers of Wolf Isle #2

Genre: Historical

Pages: 188

4 stars – It was really good
4 stars – It was really good

Eliza Wentworth is no lady. After seeing her family murdered by a notorious pirate, she vows to spend her life at sea saving others. But after being stranded on an island off the coast of Scotland she has to rely on others for help, including the handsome highlander Beck Macquaire.

This was a very enjoyable historical romance. I adored Eliza. She was smart, spunky, and could sail a ship or kill a man when necessary. Eliza was just a wonderful and strong heroine, especially when it came to her views on adopting and taking care of children. I loved that she was so open with her heart when it came to rescuing children in need. 

From the very beginning I loved the banter and intense looks between Eliza and Beck. It was an instant attraction and I loved how they both slowly learned how to love. Beck was a great hero. He was protective and kind. I loved how he never tried to change Eliza and let her lead when it came to sailing his ship against pirates since she had more experience. He really was the perfect partner for her because he accepted her and loved her as she was. 

Overall, this was an extremely enjoyable historical romance. I really loved the writing and characters, especially all the Wolf brothers. I now want to go back and read the first book now to see how Adam and Lark got together. 

*ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review.*


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Previous books in the series:

  1. The Highlander’s Unexpected Proposal

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