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  • Warm romance and wonderful heros

    A Scot's Surrender: A man damaged by war and having seen and done things that will haunt him forever, makes Laird Keiran McKenna reluctant to foist himself on any woman. That doesn't mean he is adverse to Agnes Faulkenberry, just that she is too sweet and innocent to besmirch with his past. Agnes, on the other hand, has her view's regarding the warrior and they aren't complimentary. However, when she's in danger, he is the one to sweep her up. As with all of Ms Andresen's books, there is a well-written romance, strong characters and humour. My Laird's Seduction:A delightful Highland love story, this book is well written, witty and romantic. Lady Ainsley has had her pick of available men, and her family is very well aware of the fact that even though she has always stayed on the right side of respectability, she has nevertheless been skating close to the edge in her choice of potential beaus. Laird James has been badly burnt by women who have Ainsley's characteristics and despite his attraction, he adopts an attitude that borders on rude and belligerent to prevent Ainsley from throwing out her lures to him. Despite his best attempts, James discovers that his heart is not obeying his head and when he observes that Ainsley puts her family before herself, he has to rethink his initial impression of her. This warm-hearted story that centres on family hit all the right spots for me. I loved James, his strength and his ability to admit when he was wrong, and Ainsley's loyalty to her family really spoke to me. The Earl's Forsaken Bride: In this gentle love story, two wounded people find hope and healing in one another. Lady Elizabeth's father took the easy way out, leaving her to face ruin and disgrace at a time when she should have been making a match. It's sad to say that even though society has come a long way, the aftermath of suicide is still devastating and people's attitudes haven't really changed over the past two to three hundred years. My heart therefore went out to Elizabeth as she picked up the pieces of her life with pride and dignity. Callum, on the other hand, is fighting his own demons, and not wanting a missish wife to contend with, he chooses Elizabeth, thinking that with her experiences, she is less likely to cave in under his dark moods. Little did they realise that in each other they could find the missing pieces to their lives and experience fulfillment at the deepest level. I loved all the characters in this book: Elizabeth with her fierce independence; Aunty Mary with her streak of humour; Callum with his careful wooing of Elizabeth and willingness to put their lives to right; and even Ewan who was able to look beyond the poverty his relatives had fallen into. The story was well written, emotive and left me with a warm spot in my heart. I have previously read all of the books in this series and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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