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    Historical Scottish Romance Anthology

    Say Yes to the Scot A Highland Wedding Box Set 4 historical highland novellas by 4 authors I. HOW A LASS WED A HIGHLANDER by Lecia Cornwall What a delightful adult fairy tale this story was! Alexander Munro’s clan has been suffering under Baird Sutherland’s marauding. One evening he is off to rescue some of his people when he stumbles upon Cait MacLeod. At first she is a prisoner and suspect but over time she steals the hearts of the people imprisoning her – including Alex’s. The question is whether or not the clan will get their magical fairytale ending and true love will conquer all. I loved it from beginning to end and LOVED finding out what man one more of The Fearsome MacLeod’s daughters ends up with. (5 Stars) II. A MATCH MADE IN HEATHER by Anna Harrington Garrick McGuiness, groom, and Arabella Rowland were set to elope only to have their plans thwarted. Ten years later they are both disillusioned, have false information about that night and yet are given a second chance at love. By this time much has happened and it won’t be easy for them to find a HEA…especially as obstinate as they both are. I never understood why Arabella was so true to a family so undeserving or how Garrick could carry a torch, either could carry a torch, for ten years. (2-3 Stars) III. A MIDSUMMER WEDDING by May McGoldrick A marriage arranged when children are 3 and 7 is not one that will necessarily be looked forward to when those same children are twenty years older. Elizabeth Hay and Alexander MacPherson, in trying to get out of their upcoming wedding, instead find they have a very good reason indeed to marry…if they are not routed by a regal person wanting to nix the wedding. I liked this one a lot! (4-5 Stars) IV. THE SCOT SAYS I DO by Sabrina York Catherine Ross had a crush on Duncan Mackay when she was twelve. He, being older and working in the stable, used teasing to keep her at a distance. Years later he has improved his station, is wealthy and seeks Catherine out to wed. It takes them both a bit of time to admit they care for one another and someone else to kidnap her before a final HEA ending can be achieved. I found this story entertaining but somewhat predictable. (3 Stars) Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press – Swerve for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4 Stars
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    'Say Yes to the Scot' is a box set with 4 different stories with a total of 410 pages long. I not sure how you could go wrong with this box set! It's the collection of some of the best authors for Historical Romance. Also it is a great way to meet new authors....this gives you a taste of their writing style. I always love box set too for when I need a quick romance fix while waiting for an appointment or for a quick book for bed. HOW A LASS WED A HIGHLANDER by Lecia Cornwall In this retelling of The Princess and The Pea, Laird Alex Munro of Culmore has just five weeks to find a bride and marry her...or else the clan will be cursed with ill luck. Cait MacLeod finds herself caught in a clan feud, and when she tries to stop a deadly raid, she ends up as Alex Munro’s prisoner. With timing running out, is this couple meant to be? *** Alex is trying to come up with a plan to help his clan who just survived another raid which has dislocated several families. In addition he is trying to figure out how to feed them all before winter hits them. But his Aunt isn't giving up with the story that has been in their family for three hundred of years about The Munros of Culmore have given the credit to the fairs for all the goo that has happened in their lives. Now to fix all the bad things that have been happening his family and clan feel he must marry by Midsummer's Eve. Cait just wanted to stop another clan feud but now is caught by Alex. Loved this story! A MATCH MADE IN HEATHER by Anna Harrington She was the laird's daughter. He was nothing more than a penniless, nameless Scot with nothing to offer but his heart. Fate tore them apart, but now he's back in her life with status, money and a title. Can they let go of past hurts and find love? *** Garrick once worked for Arabel's family about 10 years ago. Garrick and Arabel fell in love and had planned to runaway together and marry. But on the night they were to elope, Arabel came to him to say that her brother had gotten into series trouble and she could not leave yet. Arabel asked that he wait with her as her family fixed this latest problem the brother had caused. Bu t Garrick has excepted a new job that starts in three days and doesn't understand her choosing her family over him. They argue and she leaves but not before he is attacked and warned to stay away from her. Now 10 years later they meet again but this time Garrick isn't the poor stable boy and Arabel has just agreed to marry another. This was a second chance at love story and another great story by Ms. Harrington A MIDSUMMER WEDDING by May McGoldrick Their marriage was two decades in the making. The young, educated woman and her highland, pirate husband, betrothed when they were still children. But on the day of their wedding, Elizabeth Hay and Alexander Macpherson are in for a surprise. *** Elizabeth and Alexander were betrothed to be married when they were children but have never met. Elizabeth turned to helping her father and became a smart, musical bookish sort of lady who when at 18 years of age had dreams of marrying Alexander but he never came. Now at 23 she is happy with giving up that dream and working with her father. Alexander is total different from Elizabeth in that he is a pirate and very outspoken...and doesn't live a very quiet life. But the day has come for them to say their vows... can these two work out their differences? What a great story! THE SCOT SAYS I DO by Sabrina York Catherine Ross's world is turned upside down when her brother gambles away every penny they own. But to make matters worse? He’s lost everything to none other than Duncan Mackay, the rugged Scot who Catherine loved for years--but he never noticed her, and now she positively loathes him. But her brother’s in danger of going to Newgate, and the despicable Duncan has a plan– she can claim back the money and save her brother. If she marries him… *** Catherine had met Duncan when she was a young girl when her father took her to the Highlands to stay. Duncan had actually saved her from drowning and ever since Catherine had been in love with him. But Duncan had treated her as a little sister and even kissed other women in front of her. Then he just up and left the area and her father's lands. Now years later she swears she hates him in her mind. Her father has past and her younger brother seems to have gotten himself in trouble by gambling away everything. Duncan has acquired everything Catherine's brother has and to settle the debit she must marry him. Duncan has always been drawn to Catherine but tried to hid it best he could but her father saw through that...and didn't want him with her. Now the father is gone and Duncan has taken on the brothers debit...time has changed but has he toward Catherien? Wow...loved read their story! "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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    Loved!

    This is a wonderful collection of books that I just loved. Each story was better than the last and kept me turning pages just as quickly as possible. Each author created a delightful set of characters and made me fall in love with them. While all of the books were great, my personal favorite was The Scot Says I Do, by Sabrina York. This is an engaging story that also highlights some of the real challenges women faced during the time period. However, it is told as only the Queen of Hotness can tell a tale. While the heat is a bit tamer than many of her books, the story is a must read. If you enjoy a Highland romance, you will love this collection. Put this one at the top of your TBR, you'll be glad you did.
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    Fabulous Collection!

    Say Yes To The Scot is a collection of 4 stories in one book. All of these stories were well-written and a nice smooth read. Each book is a standalone, not a cliff-hanger. Each story is a fairly short read, a great choice for those with limited time for reading. How A Lass Wed A Highlander by Lecia Cornwall is the story of Alex and Cait. The characters in this story are phenomenal. There's plenty of action, drama and suspense along with a bit of spice. This was my first book by Lecia Cornwall. I totally enjoyed it and look forward to reading more from this author. A Match Made In Heather by Anna Harrington is Garrick and Arabel's story. Loaded with awesome characters, drama, humor and sizzle, this book will have readers glued to their kindles. I look forward to my next Anna Harrington book. A Midsummer Wedding by May McGoldrick is Elizabeth and Alexander's story. Ms McGoldrick has loaded this story with humor, drama, action and sexy bits. The characters are lovable and a great fit for this story. This is my first book by May McGoldrick but won't be my last. The Scot Says I Do by my favorite wordsmith, Sabrina York is another example of why I love this author's work. Catherine and Duncan's story is loaded with characters that will make you laugh, cringe or fan yourself. There plenty of drama, action and humor along with enough sparks to melt your kindle. I can't wait to read more from Sabrina York. I voluntarily read an Advance Reader Copy of this book that I received from NetGalley.
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