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    Unmasked

    Louisa is a hellcat. Ian is back with his fastidious rules. Together they spark numerous fireworks. There is never a dull moment when they are around. Louisa is trying to reinvent herself and not doing a really great job of it. Ian is trying to find the perfect order for his life. The story is filled with all the funny moments and mishaps that take place as these two strong willed characters bump heads together. There are several people in the story wearing masks for different reasons who will eventually have to come clean for the good of themself and everyone else around them. At times it becomes almost farcical the way the characters end up in some situations. It all comes out good in the end as Ian and Louisa gets to the place they are seeking, in each other’s arms.
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    Saving the Scot

    The title has no bearing to the story othet than there are Scots envolved! Picture a stubborn upper class sottish lady wanting to be an actress and her father's arranged marriage of her to an American; a Scottish sea captain with his own problems entrusted to deliver her to her betrothed in America plus an identity switch! A pleasure to read!
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    It was great!

    I read several Romance that just turned me off to the genre. This one brought me back! I laughed just as much as I teared up. A great read that makes me want to read more from this author!
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    Loved it!

    What is better than a strong Scot and a fiesty heroine that does not at first appear as she should? Not much and I can honestly say Jennifer Tretheway is a master of creating a story that will grab you on the first page and not let go until the end. But even then you will be left longing for the next fabulous tale! Louisa has finally pushed her father to the end of his tolerance when he finds her acting on stage dressed as a man. What could be wrong with that? You see her father is a General and known as the Tartan Terror. He is determined to get his daughter married and under control, so he enlists one of his former men to make sure she gets to America by ship to marry a man of his choice. Ian Sinclair is that man and he desperately wants his commission back so he can return to the army. Simple right? Just get the girl to America and come back for his reward. Of course things are never that easy and Louisa thinks up the plan for her maid to act as her and marry the man in America and she can go to New York and become an actress! The adventure begins and I will not spoil it for you but you need to read and find out what happens. Be assured you will smile with the humor and be intrigued by Louisa and Ian. I can only hope that the next book in this series comes out soon because I so loved this one!
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    Humorous

    Thank you Netgalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review. I really enjoyed reading this historical Scottish romance. Loved Luisa's mischievous personality. She embarks on a journey to America with her maid who after much persuasion agrees to take her place when her father forces her to marry. She meets Captain Ian when he is entrusted with her safe arrival to America. Ian is a strong, kind man who allows Luisa to be herself and appreciates her thirst for knowledge and the theater. I loved when he soothes her fear of small spaces and she in turn alleviates his migraines. Very sweet and humorous romance.
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