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    Another awe-inspiring & brilliant novel that I luv

    Book: Forgetting the Scot By Jennifer Trethewey Series: Highlanders of Balforss, Book #3 Release Date: 10/22/2018 Reviewed by: Barb Massabrook (of) 1.Tartan Book Reviews 2.Celtic World of Historical Book Reviews 3.Purple Tulip Book Reviews 4.Celtic Barb’s Tartan Book Review Blog Heat Rating: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 Overall Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1817 England and Scotland Virginia Whitebridge was sold by her father for her wealth for a title. It was no more than being in prison or forced slavery. Yet being a man's world she is forced to take the wicked cruelty and barbaric brutality. He is a villain with every sense the word! Virginia has never known love with an uncaring father and evil demonic husband. The only thing she feels happy about is an ongoing business venture. That is to open a home for abandoned and orphaned children in the streets of London. She felt this was her calling and a sure thing. Since this was her private finances with money her husband was not entitled to touch. Yet she gets devastating news, that her hairbrained solicitor just handed over every penny to her swine of a husband! The nightmare that wouldn’t end, with the worst, cruelest, being in her life! Shortly after that she is duped by a starving child. She gets abducted with several other women, to be sold in human trafficking, slavery, to the West Indies. Luckily one of the women was the fiance of a Scottish Sinclair Clan. They rescue the women and this is where she meets the kindest, bravest not to mention the most handsome man she ever known. The attraction is immediate and sizzling hot! Yet, Virginia is not being honest and hiding her true identity. Unfortunately an acquaintance from her past is there. Lucy went to school with her in England, now in Scotland and married to Alex Sinclair! As Lucy Sinclair once was very much infatuated with Virginia's husband. Lucy can't figure out why she hasn't written to her husband, to tell of her misfortunate abduction and rescue. He must be so worried she thought shouldn't he be? Virginia has asked Lucy not to tell anyone of her marriage or royal title. Claiming her husband ßwould lose all acceptance by the ton. That is if they found out his wife was on a ship full of pirates for three months! Yet really Virginia is scared for her life and needs to investigate and find out if her husband was behind her abduction. The chemistry is hot and heavy, even though Virginia has been married for three years-Magnus gives Virginia her first kiss ever! Yet the guilt spills in and she confesses her marriage. Not only that but her title as an English Viscountess. Something that is way too high for farmer, Magnus Sinclair, which leaves him devastated and broken hearted. She is like the fragile China his mum warned him off as a child. He can look, but not touch, but boy oh boy, did he want to touch! Then his cousin Declan who has a mysterious power in his dreams. He is the hero in Betting the Scot, book #2. Magnus asks his cousin Declan who is a seer about a vision he has. He also knows when his cousin is lying to him. Did he possibly see his death is this sight? He can’t seem to stay away from Virginia, and is determined to help her get her finances back, as well as her dreams in London. The problem is, Magnus hates England and englishmen more than anything else in the world! In addition he wants a woman he knows he can never have! Will Virginia's dreams come true? Is it wrong to desire a kind heroic man when you are in a loveless abusive marriage? Will her dream for a home for orphans and street urchins ever come true? Will her finances ever be restored? Can she ever have the titless, man of her dreams, desires, and heart? A true hero and the true prince of all men! Watch the steam, smoke and sizzle come right off the pages with the dreams and desires of this star-crossed couple. A story about achieving your dreams and desires no matter what the cost. Again Jennifer Trethewey blows me away with her golden pen and her superbly storytelling visions and talent. Another book that will touch your soul and melt your heart. An awe inspiring book that is absolutely unforgettable! It exactly the the type of book that historical romance readers will love. Beautiful settings, magnificent dialogue, dashing hero and a stunning heroine. Also secondary characters that are absolutely brilliant! However the plotting is so exhilarating, that it will have readers holding their breath with anticipation, not knowing what could possibly happen next! This book is a fast quick paced, action packed, page turning, riveting romantic adventure. It is filled with abduction, abuse, treachery, murder, betrayal, lies, deception, mayhem, trust, faith, protection, respect, passion and love. A book historical romance readers don’t want to miss. As it is a phenomenal story from prologue to epilogue that will stay with you long after you have finished. A definite shelf keeper that readers will want to reread again and again.
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    good read brought down by an indecsive heroine

    ** spoiler alert ** This is the story of Virginia, trapped in an abusive, loveless marriage to a cruel viscount who tries to have her killed. She is rescued by brawny highlander Magnus and his family and remains with them for quite awhile as she attempts to determine what to do next since her husband has reported her dead and claimed the insurance policy he had on her life. I enjoyed this book, really I did, but I almost dropped the rating another star and probably would have if it weren't for the humorous bits. It has everything I'm a sucker for: a strong and caring hero, great secondary characters, a bit of intrigue, and plenty of steam. My main hang-up was the heroine. And not for the infidelity issues you might think. (I believe that any man who abuses his wife has broken his vows and she is not obligated to show him any loyalty after that). However, Virginia couldn't just leave well enough alone; she kept insisting she had to return to England to reclaim the inheritance he stole, though she had to know she'd never get that money back, and create a home for orphans. While this is a great and noble cause, it drove me crazy that she was willing to leave Magnus and break his heart despite him literally begging her to go with him. She believed he didn't love her enough because he wouldn't live in a city he hated for her and was offended that he'd ask her to give up her dream of the children's home in London. This just struck me as highly hypocritical because she was perfectly happy to ask him to and expect that he give up his dream for her. She finally comes to her senses and realizes, with more convincing from Magnus, that she can open a foundling home in Scotland with him, as there is just as much need there and we finally get our happy ending. Given the experiences she had at the hands of her father and her first husband, I also found the heroine's continued naivete to be a bit tiresome and unbelievable and it just made me dislike her a bit. Magnus was a great hero, but him constantly having to be vulnerable and yet still being rejected by Virginia was a bit irritating. He was surprisingly lacking in self-confidence and I kept expecting Virginia to do more to improve that. Some parts of the story lagged a bit and could possibly be improved as far as flow is concerned, but overall I still enjoyed this book and would recommend it to others. I received an ARC of this book courtesy of NetGalley and the author/publisher. Thank you! All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    I loved it.

    There is a lot of suspense, danger, and fear. She is married to a sadistic and evil man. He steals her money, tries to kill her twice and has her abducted and sold. She is rescued by the Sinclairs, who are trying to rescue Caya. But they release all five of the ladies and they get a ship because the old crew is dead. Magnus Sinclair is very tall, handsome and very strong. They took the ladies to Balforss Estate, and they had been treated extremely well. Virginia and Magnus had started falling in love there. The storyline was great and the characters were so warm and funny. The plot was interesting, and there were many twists and turns in the story. It was well written and moved smoothly. I loved when she played with the baby Jemma and it was touching watching her. She so wanted children but had been told she was barren. I found it a lovely tale and highly recommend it for older readers. I received this ARC and voluntarily reviewed it.
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    Forgetting the Scot

    Jennifer Tretheway takes us on another amazing adventure, with her strong characters and wonderful prose. First the title told me that our Heroine could never forget the Scot, I mean why would you! Virginia finds herself in a terrible marriage to a man who had only wanted her money. Unexpectedly she is taken in broad daylight and ends up a ship with several other women! But as luck or in this case fate would have it, she is rescued by a Scottish Clan of men and she meets Magnus. The two have a strong attraction, but of course she needs to go back to England to claim what is hers that her husband stolen. Magnus is determined to go with her and be her protector but England is that last place he wants to go. This story is fast paced and the plot will have you guessing and afraid to take a breath. Action, suspense, passion and love is woven together with great secondary characters that will take you to the end. Cannot wait for the next book by this talented author. I read this through NetGallery
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    Forgetting the Scot is Great

    Forgetting the Scot By Jennifer Trethewey 🔥🔥🔥🔥 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Sadly enough Virigina Whitebridge is trapped in a loveless, and horribly abusive marriage that seems to have no end in sight. The law says her abusive husband can do almost anything he wants to her so he has gone and taken her inheritance by lying. Now he's tried to kill her. She's abducted and ends up on a boat full of women taken to be sold as slaves. Now after a close escape, Virginia feels protected for the first time in her life, thanks to the Scotish Highlands and the Highlander Magnus Sinclair. Now she has decided that she has to go back to England despite the dangers, to reclaim what belongs to her. Even though it means leaving her heart in Scotland with the one man who has championed her through it all. Magnus Sinclair has the worst luck he has fallen for a woman he can't have. Virginia is rich and titled and above all English. So to keep her safe he has to follow her to the one place he hates England. Where the boring, preening London Society has it's own rules. Rules that he doesn't abide by. Despite omens from a fortune teller and dreams from a fellow highlander stating that nothing, but death awaits him in England Magnus has vowed to help Virginia and restore her fortune no matter the costs. Will Magnus die at the hands of the English? Or will he live and be able to prove his love to Virginia? Jennifer Trethewey writes a fabulous tale of love, death, anger, and happiness. There were so many twists and turns in this book I was never sure what was going to come next. I was amazed at the talent that this author has and will definitely read more of her books.
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