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    a masterpiece

    What A Scot Wants is book 3 in A Tartans & Titans Novel series by Amalie Howard and Angie Morgan. I have to say, I am in awe of this story. I started it and couldn’t put it down. I realize that it is in a series, but it truly can be read as a stand alone. I haven’t read any of the other books, but I am definitely planning to go back and read the others. There is so much to say about this story. I found myself laughing out loud in the beginning and then biting my nails in the end. It has humor, romance, danger and steamy scenes. “The soft velvet of her lips reached into him, silencing his brain and stilling time. Imogen’s mouth parted on a delayed gasp of surprise, and the world went tumbling forward again. Ronan froze, aware and yet utterly paralyzed. He hadn’t meant to kiss her...but her scent had filled his nostrils, and the heat of her body had risen with her temper, and that lush, caustic mouth of hers had taunted him to indecency.” I truly feel that I have discovered a treasure in Howard and Morgan’s writing. I can’t wait to read more.
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    Hard time putting it down

    This book had me on an emotional rollercoaster from beginning to end. We meet Ronan and Imogen as they individually discover their parents entered a betrothal contract. They each decide to make the other back out by any means necessary. There were parts that made me laugh, want to punch someone in the face, slap someone in the face, and sad. I really enjoyed their banter. And had a hard time putting it down. Now I need to go back and read the first two books in the series. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. #NetGalley #WhatAscotWants
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    Smashing Success

    A smashing success. Ronan and Imogen are being forced into a betrothal and have drawn the battle lines. Both are stubborn and fiercely independent which lead to plenty of sparks. It is an emotional roller coaster as you will laugh at all the antics they get up to as well as sigh in anguish at the pain Imogen is reliving. They have to struggle against those who would like to tear them apart by force as well. I love the witty repertoire and the fight in the female characters in this story and the series. You will enjoy not one single minute of boredom as you turn the pages to the end of their well deserved happiness.
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    A lovely tale

    What a Scot needs I confess I didn’t knew this duet of authors until I saw their soon-to-come new book. And how I am glad I decided to follow their Facebook pages, I laughed so much at Imogen and Ronan attics and the pranks they tried to trap the other in. Sure it is a historical romance but also a rom-com. What crazy situations each put the other in just to be the one not breaking their orchestrated betrothal, it was so hilarious. Even ridicule will not stop them if they can deter the other. OMG the ride scene in the park had me crying while laughing, so much I nearly chocked. Because they are nor dimwitted nor brainless-beings, each encounter is a gambling of will and ingenuity. Each plotting how to make the other cried off, showing as walking horrors, seductress or lothario or bashful lover... Then the game changed, it came from silly to hot and cold when old acquaintances from their past intruded into their match. While keeping their interest open, when the nightmares from Imogen are reawakened, she is trapped between two walls and finely wonders whom to choose and to trust, if she can still trust. Their own past failure made them whom they are now, they were shaped by the invisible scars left unhealed. As was a very young miss who was to late to save her abused friend and betrayed by said-abuser. Imogen then decided to rescue and offer shelter to the women left bearing alone men sins. Now she offers a second chance to women deemed unworthy and she won’t surrender her hard work because others have decided she could not pursue such a path eternally. While Ronan having felt betrayed and abandoned by his first love, he since never considered any woman worthy his attention. But Imogen despite all her attempts stirs within him something he thought buried, a worth, much more deeper. While the second part of the story was more serious dealing with difficult issues, it kept its quips and its touch of irony. After a full of fun half, it was Imogen’s journey to let the past go and choose to heal or not while Roman must decide if she is really so wrong for him. But none would be able to move on if they can’t trust another and faith is not in everyone and not everybody deserves it. In all, I loved Imogen and Ronan even if I would have loved to see Imogen fight a bit earlier in the story but I also understand she was consumed by her own guilt, in spite of being a victim too. I have just a reservation, I am no historical specialist but was it accepted for a betrothed to travel or be alone in a carriage, or even sharing the same town residence with her fiancé without an acknowledged chaperone. I do believe Imogen was given far too much freedom for her time. I was granted an advance copy by Netgalley and the publisher Entangled Publishing. I ordered my own copy and here is my true and unbiased opinion.
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    A captivating tale of romance and deceit

    A captivating tale of romance and deceit. I'm always drawn to historical romances, especially the ones with a highlander. This book was intense. It seemed like everyone had a secret, even when you weren't expecting them to have one. I loved the plot. Neither character wants to marry the other, but they find out that they really need each other in the end. There was romance and drama, thrilling drama. It was a wonderful read.
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