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    Scottish Historical Romance

    Scotland 1806. Callum MacCreath and Rebecca Sanderson were childhood friends. She decides to marry his older, more stable brother. A disowned Callum runs off to Kentucky and makes his fortune distilling whiskey. Ten years later, the brother is dead and Rebecca is a widow with a daughter. Her father is also deceased leaving Rebecca with a sizeable inheritance. Callum returns as a successful businessman to investigate his brother’s death. Callum thinks Rebecca may have been involved in his brother’s demise. He becomes attached to his niece and eventually he and Rebecca hook up. They discover who was behind all the deaths and Callum becomes he clan chief. There is also a giant wolf masquerading as a dog. 2 (goodreads) stars (it was OK).
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    Historical Romance

    A Devil In Scotland by Suzanne Enoch No Ordinary Hero #3 Rebecca “Becca” Sanderson made a choice in 1806 – a choice whether to marry the older MacCreath brother or his younger brother. With societies expectations, her father’s business to go to her eventual spouse and in need of stability she chose Ian rather than Callum in a scene that would haunt all three of them for years. Callum is banished and never reads a missive from Scotland again…which he might regret later on… Ten years later…Callum hears of his brother’s death and is off to Scotland to seek vengeance. He knows that his brother was murdered and wants all involved, no matter who they may be, to pay for it. He has turned his back on his drunken profligate ways and become a man of substance with a healthy whisky business based in Kentucky and distribution to a number of countries. When he arrives in Scotland he sets in motion the comeuppance of the evil person that has been the villain across this series. While Callum has grown in more ways than one Becca seems a bit more complacent having fallen into the expected role of a woman with status, wealthy titled husband and one child. She is looking forward to a future that will remain stable and secure and, in my mind, is a wee bit too accepting of all she is told and all she allows to happen – until Callum returns. Margaret (Maggie-Mags), Becca’s daughter, steals Callum’s heart from their first encounter and Callum’s wolf companion endears herself to Maggie immediately. With Becca to convince of her husband’s murder, evidence to find to prove said murder, a villain to thwart and banked embers of childhood love to fan the embers of this is an action-packed story that I truly enjoyed. I also appreciated that it seemed believable…I may not have agreed with Becca’s choices but I did understand them and I can see how Callum managed to grow up and become so much more than he was when he left home. I enjoyed the entire series and look forward to reading more books by this author in the future. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars
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    Murder / Mystery

    Since being thrown out of his home for being an argumentative, drunken wastrel, Callum MacCreath has dome some serious growing up. Now when terrible news reaches him, he knows he was right all along. It's time for vengeance. Rebecca Sanderson made a sensible decision ten years ago. Now is the time to face the consequences. There have been two deaths in her family, are they accidents as she believed or murder?. Her life is about to change drastically. A wonderful historical murder/ mystery with a surprising romance. The characters are really interesting and don't always do what you expect. This is part of a series but only slightly linked, so you can read any of them as a stand alone. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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    A Second Chance

    A sweeping tale that will take you through several years and many life changes. Callum MacCreath is really just a young reckless 20 year old that is in no hurry to get married. But his brother Ian beats him to it, announcing his marriage to Rebecca, their childhood friend. Becoming uncontrollably angry because he wants Becca for himself, Callum is banished due to his behavior and leaves not to be seen for many years. This is a story of second chances, of growing up and seeing the world as it really is for Callum. But as things go, Ian passing away and Rebecca ends up with assistance by friends the Duke of Dunncraigh and his son. After ten long years Callum returns to claim his inheritance after no correspondence from him for all those years. It is a rocky road for Becca and Callum, although there is an attraction that grows. This story was an intense tale that was well written and it showed the author's wonderful research of the time period. The characters become three dimensional and you want to grab and shake them. But in the end I really enjoyed the story and look forward to the next installment in this series
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    Extraordinary!

    Extraordinary! Suzanne Enoch’s detailed descriptive narrative places the reader firmly in 1800’s Scotland. I felt as if I was surrounded by the sights, sounds and character of Inverness. I struggled to put it down because I just couldn’t wait to see what happened next. 
Rebecca Sanderson and Callum had been friends for ten years when his older brother, Ian Lord Geiry became engaged to Rebecca to forge a deal in the shipping business with her father, leasing the docks from Dunncraigh, the head of Clan Maxwell. Drunk and upset about this turn of events Callum quickly crosses a line and is banished from the Geiry house forever. 
Ten years later when Callum hears of the death of his brother, he returns to the Geiry estate as the Lord, and as quite a different person altogether. Rich and powerful with a Wolf by his side he is ready to prove that his brother’s death was not an accident. Becca is outraged when Callum threatens to take her daughter away from her as well as not allowing her suitor the Dunncraig’s son and heir, in the House. Loved the interaction between Callum his niece Maggie as well as Waya the wolf. But as Becca and Callum tangle with each other, intense feelings of attraction are hard to resist. But as danger rears it’s ugly head, is anyone safe? How does it all end? You will need to read to find out. 
This second chance historical romance was intense, filled with angst, intrigue, suspense, betrayal and Love. Excellent characters. Everything is just so well thought out and detailed. I loved the build and pace. It was just so exciting as well as heartwarmingly romantic with the perfect amount of heat. I Loved Rebecca and Callum’s story. And so will you! 
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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