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    Scots are the best

    Even though this novel was a little on the short side for me. It packs quite a punch. Mistress Katie Sterling arrives at MacDuff Castle claiming the land that Laird Evan MacNeil was legally inherited. With no plans to stay at the estate Evan agrees to let Katie manage the estate in his absence. Especially since some of her clansmen are set to arrive Now he's visiting with his tenants before he leaves, with Katie along also. And of course the more time they spend together, only fuels their growing attraction. ARC provided by Entangled Publishing via NetGalley
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    Sweet highlander battle of love

    Katie and her small entourage had to leave what was left of her family estate, heading to the castle that was left to her through her mother's inheritance. Or so she thought. She arrives just as Evan and his brother arrive to claim the castle and land as dictated in the late laird's will. These two battle for control over the estate while battling their growing feelings towards each other. These are characters that instantly come to life off the page, even as both Katie and Evan start out a bit headstrong and immature. Problems arise, some expected and some not, while a huge problem shows up just as Katie was beginning to think she'd successfully outrun it entirely. There's no shortage of passion between these two, and the ragtag assortment of supporting characters were delightful and added depth and charm to the story. In the beginning I had to roll my eyes a couple times at the obvious-yet-ignored solutions to their immediate problems, but both main characters soon took shape and started acting more in line with what I expected. Katie was as spunky as she needed to be, easily standing up to the overbearing, presumptuously bossy Evan. They both experience substantial personal growth as they get to the heart of the problems and the very satisfying solution for everyone. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    I love reading Callie Hutton.

    I love reading Callie Hutton. Not because of the dashingly, virile, yet rough around the edges hero. My fascination lies in the heroines who refuse to be anyone's damsel in distress. It's that fighting spirit that left me in awe of Katie Sterling. She's no wilting flower and her fierce determination is what shines through from start to finish. A Scot to Wed is a tale of passion that does not surrender until it lays claim to your heart.
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    So Easy To Get Swept Up Into

    I found it easy to get swept up into this highly enjoyable read. Evan and Katie share plenty of clever banter and there's lots of tension as these two engage in an epic battle of wills. Overall, I thought that the story was fun, the book was well written and the characters very likable. This book offers readers a entertaining blend of drama, humor, emotion that quickly nabs your attention and has you rooting for this pair to overcome the obstacles that stand in their way and embrace the love they feel in their hearts.
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    A lively and lovely read

    Will she find the new home she longed at the end of this journey ... What a fun and fast read this book was, the pages and words flew by, I didn’t saw the time pass. While it is a novel on the short side, it has everything to enjoy. From the fiery lass and the managing laird clashing wills at every turn, to the many animals and kids wreaking havoc in their wake. And while I think Katie was a bit unrealistic to embark in such a journey without having any insurance of what will await her at the end of it, I also understood the reasons behind a run into the unknown, it looked better than the outcome waiting her at home. Still, very reckless as it was not only she and her brother she took along her trip to a new place. Yet she did what she had to, as she did for years because of her absentee and irresponsible father. At such a young age, she became manager of her family lands, mother to her brother, healer of her people. What a burden for her young shoulders. Thus she does not take well to be ordered by a laird determined to not accept her request. Evan is head of his lands, so everything must going the way he wants and expects, but Katie’s arrival turns his stay at his new estate in a game of patience and disorder. He came here on a mission, and the course of it is very much altered when a feisty lass arrives with a silly demand that he surrenders his new estate to her. Yet this fiery girl, no, woman, full of spunk arises his interest. Could there be more to expect than banters and clash of wills? Outside the dark topic behind Katie’s true reason of escape, this is a light and full of fun read, with only the issue of two tempers crossing daggers. I loved too the tiny snippets of daily life and customs from this time in this area. 4.5 stars I was granted an advance copy by the publisher and author. Here is my true and unbiased opinion.
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