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    Historical Romance

    The Highlander Is All That by Sabrina York Untamed Highlanders #3.5 The St. Claire sisters find themselves on the marriage market in London waiting for their cousin, a Scottish Duke, to arrive to make their entrance into society of greater standing. He does not show up and instead sends two Scotsmen in his place to act as guards. Four sisters will eventually find men to love but perhaps not with men they thought they would end up with when the season begins. There is romance and a kidnapping or two. There are kisses, and glamour and chases to save the kidnapped and balls with dances and beautiful outfits and wanted suitors and unwanted suitors and surprises that try to put monkey wrenches into the plans for happiness…until…the monkeys wielding the wrenches are removed. The writing is well done and fun. The characters are varied and easy to dis/like. The couples are perfect for one another. The difficulties to overcome are believable. At the end of the story I was left feeling all had come right for the St. Claire sisters and their cousin AND some of the side characters mentioned caught my reader’s eye and made me wonder if they had stories already written that might be available for me to read. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press-Swerve – This is my honest review. 4 Stars
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    A superb read

    The four St. Clair sisters are looking for husbands, well, not all. Their new found cousin the Duke of Caithness, has set them up for the season. Anne, Elizabeth, Victoria, and Mary, what they go thru is short of amazing and who they pick. The characters are authentic, compassionate and loving. The descriptions are excellent and you feel like you are part of the story. The plot is full of intrigue, fun, and some confused Scots, The author has set it up so it is an easy read, flows smoothly and you can not put it down. There is always something to keep your interest. I love the part where Hamish meets Lady Jersey, a laugh out loud moment. This is an excellent book and I wish I could give it more than five stars. I received this ARC for free and voluntarily reviewed it.
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    Loved it

    'The Highlander Is All That' by Sabrina York is Book 3.5 in The "Untamed Highlanders" series. This is the story of Elizabeth St. Claire and Hamish Robb. Lizzie and her sisters are a distant cousin to the Scottish Duke of Caithness and would like to see them married. Although Lord Twiggenberry is wanting to make a match with Lizzie she does not want to be with him. Lizzie as a little girl had went to Scotland where that has set in her mind that she like it there along with the men there. Hamish has been sent to help with the protecting of the ladies while they make their way around. Hamish has no title and feels that Lizzie is 'out of his league' but they have get to know each other it is hard to fight their feelings. This book also had some great side characters and their stories.
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    A really fun romp!

    This book was a lot of fun, and sexy, and mischievousness abound! Though there are mention of characters, and meeting of people, from all, and I mean all, of the authours previous historical novels, they are part of this story, not part of their story. I haven't read some of them, and I no issue following This is the story of the 4 St Clair ladies, orphaned and thought out of society until their distant cousin takes them in and gives them a season. Anne is the oldest, at 25, and Mary the youngest at 16. Elizabeth and Victoria and in-between the two, and a year apart. They are staying at Lachlan's London home with their aunt Esmeralda. The Duke can't make it, so he sends his two friends, Hamish and Ranald, to guide the girls through their season The focus is mostly on Elizabeth and Anne, and the two Scotsmen sent to watch over them. The interactions, the stubborness, and the four girls find love and themselves. There are adventures along the way, kidnapping, elopments, judging ton society, missing people, smelly Earls, a lot of megrims and retching, real and imagined. I couldn't put it down and turn away once I started. These characters, and this world, they pulled me in and kept me there, and I was happy to be there!
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    Plenty of humor, villains and steam

    Elizabeth and her sisters are beginning their first season at the direction of their cousin a Scottish duke. While Elizabeth isn’t averse to finding a husband, what she really wants is a Scotsman. Hamish and his friend are sent to London to act as emissaries for the duke in overseeing the St. Claire’s girls as they are led by their aunt on a husband hunt. This is a fun rowdy story with plenty of laughs especially when the sisters are all together. The beginning felt rushed between Elizabeth and Hamish and I wasn’t particular to her lack of innocence or his fear and angst when put in a compromising position. However, at around the fifty percent mark this book took off and I fell in love with pretty much everything afterwards. It’s a fast read with witty dialogue, villains, humor and a bit of steam. This is an honest review of an advanced copy provided by NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press. Multi POV Safe Possible trigger
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