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    Two stubborn souls find love

    To say Tag Morgan had a bad relationship with his father is an understatement. Once Tag turned 18 and graduated from high school he left home and never looked back. He eventually became the anthropologist he wanted to be and enjoyed his life far from Rogue Hollow. Tag still stayed in contact with his brothers, just not his father. He didn't care for his father's tough love approach to life. Now that Tag's father has passed away, Tag being the oldest, is the one in charge of settling his father's estate. Going into this process with not wanting anything of his father's he is surprised to learn that his father had owned property in Scotland and it now belongs to Tag. He was even more surprised to learn that his father had been sending money each month to help take care of the property he owned. Tag's father did everything in his power to denounce their Scottish heritage....why would his father now want a piece of it? As Tag reads through the letters his father received from Maura Ramsey regarding the Scot property, he is drawn to fly to Scotland to research this find and maybe just Maura herself. Of course all well laid out plans never go as you expect and Tag meets Maura in a rather interesting way and there is instant chemistry. As these two spend more time together, there is some force greater than both of them that is pulling them together. After some really deep soul searching these two are able to find their unexpected happy ending. I just adored these two characters. They both were stubborn in their own ways but the characters worked. I really enjoyed the journey they went on, especially Tag to get to their happy ending. Overall this was a wonderful story that I really recommend.
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    Thoroughly Enjoyed

    Tag and Maura meet as two strangers during a snowstorm in Scotland and they can't deny the mutual attraction. Tag is in Scotland to settle his estranged father's estate that was left to him, not knowing that Maura is the lady that his father talks about in his letters. Maura will do anything to save the land for her people. Even with their differences they still can't deny the chemistry that they share. I thoroughly enjoyed this book rich full of emotions, humor, banter and great sexual chemistry between Tag and Maura. My favorite line was, "One Night does not a lifetime of happiness make.", but they sure make it happen. This is a reprint. I highly recommend.
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