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  • Grabs and Holds Your Attention!

    Black Richard’s Heart by Suzan Tisdale is book five in her Clan McDougall series. Though part of a series, this novel reads well as a standalone. Black Richard MacCullough, son of Galen MacCullough and former foster of Clan MacDougall, is being forced by King David ll to marry the daughter of The McRay, his family’s sworn enemy. Black Richard face is severely scarred, so he hopes the daughter will refuse to marry him. Aeschene MacRay, the only daughter to Garrin and Elspeth MacRay, is Richard’s intended. She is vision impaired and has been hidden away in the attic because her father feels she is imperfect and not worthy of being his daughter. The union between Richard and Aeschene is fraught with distrust and animosity. They have to fight the enemies surrounding them and the preconceived notions each has of the other in order to allow love to blossom in their relationship. Black Richard’s Heart immediately grabs the reader’s attention and holds it throughout. I stayed up all night to finish it. The characters are strong and well-developed. The reader is given glimpses of characters from previous books in the series. There is some sexual content, but it is tastefully done and doesn’t detract from the storyline. This is a 5 out of 5 star read and I recommend it to all readers of historical romantic suspense. My thanks to Suzan Tisdale and Targe & Thistle, Inc. for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.

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  • Didn't want put this book down!

    Such a satisfying read. Characters didn't hold their thoughts back to the point of frustration for the reader, like in many books I've read. Emotions were also well written and I found myself teary eyed on more than one occasion through this book. Was also nice that Aeschene was truly the heroine in this story of her fierce warrior husband, Black Richard. I am a huge fan of Suzan Tisdale and love all her books, but this was hands down my favourite.

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  • Highly Addictive Highlander Romance!

    Black Richard's Heart has earned a permanent place on my favorites shelf and I am once again reminded of why Suzan Tisdale has become a must read author for me. An intriguing plot, tear inducing moments, as well as laugh out loud moments, exciting action scenes, eccentric and colorful characters, all made for a thoroughly engaging story that I hated to see end.

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  • Black Richards Heart

    I loved this read of the highlanders of yesteryear Can’t wait to get the follow up Lachlan’s Heart. Can’t find it on Kobo site and it’s meant to have come out Sept 2020🤔

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  • Scottish Historical Enemies to Lovers

    This book was a lot of fun to read. It is well written with a good enemies to lovers storyline. Characters: The hero and heroine are flawed enough to make the story interesting without making me dislike them. I enjoyed the character development for both main characters and we also saw character growth for side characters which I appreciated. Tropes: As stated earlier, there is the Enemies to Lovers trope that only halfway gets off the ground. The hero and his men who first meet the heroine see how her family treat her and sort of decide that 'the enemy of my enemy is my friend'. The hero tries to keep it alive because he can't admit his feelings for the heroine, but it doesn't really work for him. There are a few other clans-people who don't like our heroine because of her birth, but it wasn't as dramatic as other books I've read. The trope of being in a feud with a neighboring clan was implemented but it was well written. We also had the trope of the hero not believing he is physically attractive enough for our heroine and so he tries to 'hide' his imperfections. It doesn't really work for him and he comes around in the end, but the trope is present. I'll definitely reread this book at some point.

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