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  • Pure romance

    From the opening pages of this historical Scottish romance, the reader is drawn into the lives of the Sinclair family. Stone epitomises everything that is hard and uncompromising, giving an appearance of the devil himself. However, only his family is aware of how soft-hearted he can be and the ease with which he can be wounded. Eliza, on the other hand, is suffering under the miscomprehension that he is the embodiment of evil and digs her heels in when her father informs her that he plans on brokering a marriage for her with Stone. Eliza quickly comes to realise that she has had a mistaken image of Stone, but unfortunately, she has already voiced her opinions about him, making it difficult to take back the damaging words. The story is pure romance with a strong hero and the lady whose heart is ready to be captured. The Sinclair siblings are a delight and I thoroughly enjoyed meeting with this family once again. Although the book is part of a series, it is nevertheless a standalone and comes to a happy conclusion. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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    Another great by Tammy Andresen! The Scottish Devil is the first book in the Brethren of Stone series. Tammy has such a way in her writing that just makes me feel good every time I read one of her books and I think I have read just about all of them. This medieval highlander story is about being judged by looks and not who the person really is and I found my self leaning a good lesson. This story is an original and her characters, Stone and Eliza, are so charming and caring. Tammy has a true talent for writing and I am never disappointed in her books. This story has judgement, family love, misunderstandings, death, grieving, support, caring, lies, will power, memories, forgiveness, but does it find love? Of coarse it does. I highly recommend tis book! ***This book was gifted to me and I am voluntarily reviewing.

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