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  • A split decision

    It's a spilt decision for me on this book. While there was some good here there was also some bad and that made it very difficult to form a firm opinion about which outweighed the other and that was a bit tragic because I did feel there was a lot of potential here, it just never really got the chance to flourish. I did like Cecelia but I certainly did not like all her actions. The one thing that I am 100% sure of is that I really did not like Ramsay. I love stoic gruff and broody and he may have been some of that but mainly this guy was just a straight up, judgmental jerk. I tried very hard to give him the benefit of the doubt and time to improve my opinion and it simply never happened, eventually there was just too much water under that bridge. I did think the writing was well done though and the book did try to shine some light on the important issues of child abuse and child trafficking. I wish I could say the same abought about weight issues, misogynistic behaviors. Plus, I hate when a books over does not match the character's descriptions. Cecelia was supposedly a big, beautiful woman, so I ask what part of this cover showcased that?? Of my own accord I am freely posting a unprejudiced review.

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  • Pride and Perfectionism

    Right from their first scene together, you can feel the palpable heat between Ramsay and Cecelia. He's instantly drawn to her yet knows he shouldn't: "A living sin, was Cecelia Teague. A wicked brew of both innocence and indulgence. The female equivalent of a truffle." But their next meeting is when everything threatens to explode in passionate fury! The fire between these two is like poetic chemistry, yet the secrets between them prove nearly insurmountable. The story unfolds at a fast pace, leaving the reader almost as breathless as the characters who are trying to figure out who they can trust and just how far they'll have to go for answers. I was on the edge of my seat throughout this book, due in equal parts to the outside threats against them and the inner turmoil they felt for each other. The writing is filled with heartbreaking emotive scenes, deliciously bawdy humor, triumphant stand-up-and-cheer moments, and gut-wrenching honesty that leads to a realization that neither of them should have to give up their essential purpose in life to be together, making their HEA all but impossible to believe in. These characters truly came to life in unexpected ways. I adored Cecelia's scientific approach to learning everything, and I cheered for her indomitable spirit even when faced with losing everything dear to her. I swooned for Ramsay when he demonstrated that even though he couldn't understand why he felt so drawn to her, he wouldn't hesitate to burn the whole world down to protect her from everything and everyone who is threatening her. The surprise twist at the end had me close to tears, and searching back through the book for clues that might have prepared me for such a revelation. The scene describing how his own heart nearly broke at the realization of how close he came to destroying everything he could ever want was written with such sensitivity that it was pure literary magic. The bigger they are, the harder they fall indeed. While this book is a complete standalone with a tremendously satisfying HEA, reading it is enriched by having read the first book (How to Love a Duke in Ten Days) which gives a much more detailed account of the three Red Rogues, what ties them together, and why they're so fiercely loyal to each other. Observant readers will also be able to piece together clues in both this and the previous book to gain a few insights into the third book's characters and history. I love this story, love this series, and will read anything written by this talented author. If you're a fan of historical romances, you don't want to miss this one. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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  • Well Worth the Read!

    I enjoyed the story of Cecelia and Ramsay! Watching them either argue or fall in love depending on which persona Cecelia was using was entertaining! Plus, Phoebe was the crowning touch. Thank you for the advanced copy! I can't wait to see if little Phoebe has a future story after all the Red Rogues have their story told!

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  • Awe worthy!

    All Scot and Bothered (Devil You Know Book 2 by Kerrigan Byrne is a stand alone Historical Romance and an awe-inspiring tale. This is Cecelia and Ramsay's story. Well written and beautifully written. The storyline has everything a reader could possibly wish for in a great story. The characters are flawed, brave, brawn and lovable. With mystery, intrigue, tears, laughs, mayhem and steamy lovemaking, which was very well written. I enjoyed Cecelia and Ramsay's story, it was a bit like watching a movie unfold, you holding your breathe to see what was coming next. Exciting, awe-inspiring, breathtaking and beautifully written. A must read!! You will not be disappointed in this awesome read. #NetGalley, #AllScotand Bothered , #StMartinsPress "I voluntarily received a complimentary copy, however,  these are my honest opinions. I was in no way required nor compensated to write a review." Rating: 4.5 Heat rating: Steamy Reviewer: AprilR

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  • Kilts and More

    Love Those Scots!! Cecelia has had a horrible childhood until she was rescued. She’s sweet and super intelligent. She is all that is good despite what she went through. “A tactical war against chocolate and wine?” That half smile again, the one that put the Mona Lisa to shame. Both shy and impish without a hint of coyness or guile. Cassius is surly, grouchy and stubborn. He just needs some love Cecelia style. “How scandalous of me. How will you ever abide?” She swiped the proffered wine from him and inhaled deeply at the vintage. There is nothing I like better than a sexy Scottish Historical and Kerrigan Byrne writes some of the best. Lots of angst and a crazy twist. “Will ye just be mine, Cecelia? Will ye share yer life with me, in any capacity ye deem fit? Will ye love me? Can ye love me, after all that’s happened?”

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