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  • Good

    3.5* I love this series so much. Callie Hutton has such a way with historical romance, whether it be Regency or Western. Her words take you to that time and place and your totally wrapped up in the story. While this is not my favorite book in the series so far I did truly enjoy it. It's was a good story of not judging a book by its cover and getting to know the person for who they are not what they are...Scottish vs English. Sybil has grown up being told the barbarian ways of the Scots and Liam the entitled and demanding ways of the English. After spending time together they begin to see the good in each other and how this might just be the future they've been looking for if they can get passed their prejudice. I am looking forward to reading Sarah's book next. I highly recommend this series they are not stand alone books and should be read in order to fully enjoy each book.

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  • Great Read

    A great read. Both Liam and Sybil have preconceived ideas about Scots and Englishmen, but when these two meet they are soon to find out how wrong they are. Soon this English lass starts to develop feelings for the Scot and vice versa. Could they make it work? One bug hurdle in their way Liam's mother is NOT a fan of the English. With Liam's making life a nightmare how could they possibly make it work. I like how Sybil is so unexpected and not the norm. Liam is one yummy hero. Every time I read the word Sassanach I could hear the accent.

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  • HATS OFF TO THE AUTHOR!!!

    They come from different worlds. A rush to judgment can lead to stimulating results.She's English, he's Scottish. No good could come of mixing the two. In Sybil's eyes all Scots are barbaric brutes that care for nothing more than themselves. So why is she so drawn to Liam? In Liam's eyes the English are superior snobby and opinionated individuals who want everything their way. So why does he let Sybil get under his skin? I adored this story. Liam and Sybil are so wrapped up in their preconceived notions of each other that they don't realize their falling in love until it's almost too late. I received an ARC of THC for an honest review. The Highlander's Choice is an entertaining read from Callie Hutton that I would recommend to anyone. HATS OFF TO THE AUTHOR!!!

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  • Opposites Attract

    This was another good read in the Marriage Mayhem Series. Sybil is searching for what some of her siblings have found – true love, and she finds it in the most unexpected place, Scotland. In this story, the hero falls first and wants marriage, in fact he proposes several times. It’s the heroine who is unsure and takes longer to convince. Both Sybil and Liam are strong, smart, kind-hearted, and stubborn characters. Liam is described several times as looking like a Scottish warrior and it fits. I was hoping for a little more from this story than what I got. I’m not a fan of one issue being the continuous reason to keep the couple apart and that seemed to be the running theme in this story. Not that it isn’t a valid concern, I just wish there had been more or maybe handled differently. Hutton does with this series what I love about connect books, the characters from the previous books, particularly the Duke’s Quandary are seen in subsequent books. The reader gets to hear and see where those characters are months/years later. I listened to this book on audio and enjoyed the story. The narrator wasn’t bad although I did have a difficult time understanding the Scottish accent at times and this affected my enjoyment of the story.

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