Here are the problems I had:
1. This is first and foremost a romance, so I tried to forget that because I like more than just sex, the need and want for sex, and gorgeous sexy bodies having sex.
2. This is set in 16th century Scotland most of the time, so the accents (being read all by an American man) were eh.
3. When the woman decides to stay in Scotland, she forgets all about her cat!
4. They have unnecessary amounts of sex! That's all their relationship is.
5. Somehow this equates to love.
6. This woman wants to stay in a time period where men are dominant, women are subservient, and families have a fighter/husband and mother/wife. She came from the very late 20th century, where she lived on her own (with the exception of a housekeeper) after being scorned by a beautiful asshole.
With all that being said.. I still enjoyed this I guess. Some scenes were pretty hot, but it gets ridiculous after a while. Adam is fae, so that takes care of the supernatural part. But the love part just isn't realistic in the least. And we wonder why women think happily ever after exists..