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    Sweet and hot at the same time!

    How do you accidentally get married? Apparently in the Highlands of Scotland, all you have to do is say you are married within earshot of at least 2 people! I Love it! And spending the night in a room together is considered consummation enough! The indomitable Lady Sarah Lacey is on her way to see her sister, who is due to give birth very soon. She is hoping to be there for the birth of the child, but her carriage has other ideas! An unfortunate accident waylays Lady Sarah's plans. In the aftermath, she realizes it is just her and her maid who have survived the incident. Along comes two gentlemen who offer help, but only one of them is going the same way as Lady Sarah and her maid. Professor Braeden McKinnon offers to help Lady Sarah get to her destination. He never saw what was coming in his direction until it was too late! Sarah's maid becomes ill and so they leave her to get better along the way. Lady Sarah and Professor McKinnon are alone on the road now and Sarah thinks nothing of stating that they are husband and wife at the next Inn Lots of intrigues ensue! Sarah and Braeden are drawn to each other though neither wants to get married! It does get a bit hot at this point! But I don't do spoilers! Suffice to say that this book was well written and you will enjoy the ride! I found the story line a bit predictable, but still fun enough to read again! *Received from NetGalley*
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    What a Trip!

    Braeden is a brilliant, young archaeology professor, who plans to make an even bigger name for himself in the field; marriage is quite a few years away. No time now. Lady Sarah, secretly, is a blossoming author; marriage is not on her agenda. Not ever! A trip to the highlands, to visit her twin sister, "accidentally" changes everything! Entertaining with likeable characters. Loved the strong and caring characters. Reads as a stand alone. Ending not as strong as the beginning. Good read. 3 1/2 stars. Received book free thru Netgalley for honest review.
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    A charming story

    THE HIGHLANDER’S ACCIDENTAL MARRIAGE is a lovely book, very well-written, with very appealing characters. Professor Braeden McKinnon is on his way back home from Edinburgh University, when he comes across two damsels in distress. There was a carriage accident, and their driver and footman perished. As it happens, Braeden is going in the same direction as the ladies, so he offers to help them. Braeden has no intention of getting married, and he will be leaving shortly for Rome on an archaeological expedition, but he is quite taken with the lovely Lady Sarah Lacey. Luck is not on their side, as there are a few other incidents, and then Sarah’s maid falls ill and must remain at an inn. Then Sarah convinces Braeden to accompany her all the way to Bedlay Castler, where her twin sister Sybil resides. However, when Braeden and Sarah arrive at an inn, there is only one room left, and they decide to pass off as brother and sister, but the inn owner knows Braeden, and Sarah blurts out that they are married. There is one little problem: they are now officially husband and wife, as it is the law in Scotland. The story, though a tad predictable, but THE HIGHLANDER’S ACCIDENTAL MARRIAGE still is a surprisingly lovely and quick read, mostly because of Ms. Hutton’s smooth prose and the very engaging characters. There is just the right amount of Scottish expressions to give the book enough local flavour without making it distracting. The vivid descriptions highlight the Scottish scenery, as well as the life of ordinary folk. What really made this book work for me is that Braeden and Sarah really like each other, they have much in common, and they have an easy friendship, as well as a mutual attraction, and they ease into married life painlessly. THE HIGHLANDER’S ACCIDENTAL MARRIAGE is an elegantly written and charming story. I actually give 3 ½ stars I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
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    Sarah is a force to be reckoned with.

    Sarah is a force to be reckoned with. Small in statue but large in personality. Braeden is taken aback by Sarah's beauty but turned off by her demeanor. I received an ARC of The Highlander's Accidental Marriage by Callie Hutton in exchange for an honest review. Braeden and Sarah's story was a lot more light hearted and comedic than the previous book in this series. Sarah is a lot more open minded than her sister Sybil. That quality has come at the cost of her being a bit more innocent in matters of the world. I mean how else would she find herself in the situation that she did? I don't want to ruin the story for future readers so I'll keep this review brief. An open heart and open mind can lead to a meeting of the minds. Ms. Hutton has brought to the table another magnetic read.
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    The best!

    Beautifully written and quite interesting storyline...love both main characters ...love anything abt Scotland ...worth buying and reading...please keep writing and thia is a wonderful book to read!!
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