Author: Janet Chapman
Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Pocket Star (October 27, 2009)
Recieved: From Publisher for Review
Rating: 3 out of 5
Camry MacKeage has suddenly stopped becoming a rocket scientist in favor of being a dog walker and a bartender. Not that she'd ever tell her parents. As far as they know she's still locked away in her lab, being one of NASA's top scientists. So imagine her parents surprise when Luke Pascal shows up on their doorstep and tells them that Camry has quit her job and isn't answering any of his emails.
After Luke meets Camry's parents they get a mysterious card only signed F, that tells them where Camry is. Luke is dispatched by Camry's parents to find her and bring her home in time for the Winter Solstice. But Luke knows that it's not going to be easy, because Luke is hiding his own secret from Camry.
This book was a decent read. Nothing super spectacular, but it was entertaining. Luke and Camry were nothing like I would imagine rocket scientists to be. They were both engaging and very active and each had their own presence. They both really popped off of the page and right into my living room. A Highlander Christmas was a decent read, and something I would happily recommend.