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    4 Stars!!!

    4 Stars!! I love a good Historical Scottish Romance! This was a great read! I love the main characters, Niall & Lady Amelia-Rose! They were perfect together. I felt bad for Amelia-Rose & the way her parents & the oldest MacTaggert brother, Coll, treated her! I thought it was funny how she said what she was thinking even if she got in trouble! The MacTaggert brothers and how they argued, fought or just talked to each other were funny & I loved their ‘friend’ Rory too!! The only thing I didn’t like was how their mother just left Scotland, and them, with the baby sister when they were just kids. How could a mother leave, never visit or write to her sons?! That was the only part I found hard to believe & I wish it was different. Other than that, it was a great read & I highly recommend it! *I received this book at no charge from the publisher.*
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    Fun historical read

    I was a little concerned about the whole "promised to one brother but falling for another" idea but Enoch manages to pull it off well.  Neither Amelia-Rose (man, that's a mouthful) nor Coll had any say in their engagement and there is a little bit of a trial run before anything is announced so that helps.  Plus, Coll is a big man-baby and pitches a hissy about the whole thing, disappearing for a few days and leaving Niall to clean up his mess ... and fall for his intended.   I really liked Niall. He's smart (and smart-mouthed), has a highlanders sense of himself, manages to charm just about everyone, and doesn't take any guff.  He is also the only one who ever really supports Amelia-Rose.  He goes out of his way to see that she gets a say in her life and the opportunity to realize who she is supposed to be.   And about that.  The blurb makes her seem like she's got more spunk than she does.  She was herself her first season and things didn't go well.  Now, she's following her mother's demands and is trying to be more subdued and "ladylike", with only the occasional slip.  Luckily for her, Niall brings out her true self and, even more important, he likes her for who she is.  She still falls back to being prim when he's not around - and tends to get pushed around by her mother - but the more time they are together the happier she is with herself.  It's heartening and fun to see because those two together are a hoot.  I'm curious to see where Enoch is going with this series.  Their mother (and sister) is fabulous and I want so much for her to get her wish of a relationship with her sons.  As an introduction, Coll didn't exactly present himself as an appealing person, although we get insights into why he acts the was he does, so it will take a bit of redeeming for him I think.  And we didn't really get much from the second son, other than the strong family loyalty all the MacTaggert's possess.  I'm looking forward to see what women manage to bring the other highlanders to heel.  **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**
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    Took a bit before I began to enjoy the antics

    It took me a bit to get into this story. I enjoyed Amelia-Rose and her acceptance of her duty and how she tried to suppress the real her. Niall preferred the real Amelia-Rose. He was a bit rough but a gentleman. I liked this story once it got going and had a few smiles along the way. I received an ARC through Netgalley, and this is my unsolicited review.
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    Love those Scots!

    What happens when you combine three brothers raised in Scotland and are true highlanders and they are forced into English society? Well it makes for a delightful story that will have to smiling but also wanting to pummel a couple of people! Raised by their father after their English mother left them over seventeen years ago to return to London, three brothers are forced to travel to see her. You see their father was dependent upon her funds and so he had signed an agreement that all three were to marry English ladies! Ha! That really did not go over well and the mother had no contact with them in all those years. Yep, I really did not like her! She had also taken their sister to live with her. This sets up the series with the oldest brother Coll expected to marry Amelia-Rose, who his mother had chosen for him! But he was having none of it and acted a complete beast to her so his younger brother Niall, the arbiter of the family, stepped in to try to redeem Coll and smooth things over. But then the adventure begins as the two spend time together they start to have feelings for one another. Of course that sets in motion a humorous and really romantic story at times! Loved these characters and seeing how they developed and interacted with each other really got to my heart. I cannot wait to read the rest of this series and see how the rest of the brothers and the sister find their happy ever after! Do not miss this entertaining journey to find love at any cost!
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    highlanders!

    For all us highlander lovers today, 2-26-19, is a very good day. Suzanne Enoch's It's Getting Scot In Here is out and ready to be devoured. It's Getting Scot is book 1 in the new Wild Wicked Highlander's series. We meet 3 brothers and 1 sister so I'm hoping for at least 3 more books. The story set up is both a little sad and a hoot. You'll see. Angus MacTaggert, Earl Aldriss, needed a rich wife so he headed to London, why not an English lass? England owed Scotland, so it made sense to Angus. Sassenach Francesca is lovely and already engaged. She and Angus fall instantly in love, betrothed ditched, and boom, it's off to Scotland for the newlyweds. 3 sons and 1 daughter later they become estranged and separate. Francesca pulls one over on Angus before she leaves for London and 17 years later it comes back to haunt him. He's a clodpole so it serves him right. Our story begins with 3 brothers forced to travel to London and dance to their mothers tune, which is the wedding march. We have brothers Coll, Viscount Glendarril, Aden, and Niall, a most unhappy trio. We're going to explore Niall's journey to love. He's the youngest son, just 24 years old. Niall has no title, not a lot of money, and works the estate alongside his father and brothers. Other than being drop-dead gorgeous there's not much in his favor. He's the peacemaker and fixer of the family. All highlander but with a good head on his shoulders. He's resigned to his marriage fate, knowing a fight can't be won. Their father signed a contract with his wife that she could marry off the boys. The contract details are for you to read about. I'm telling you, Francesca is a wily woman. Amelia-Rose Hyacinth Baxter is one of those debutants who doesn't take. She's smart, she reads books! She doesn't suffer fools gladly and her direct way of speaking has run off most of the bachelors of the ton. She's a lovely girl, golden hair, a typical English rose, but her inability to simper has become a problem. She's now expected to marry Viscount Glendarril but they don't get along (understatement). Niall, the fixer, escorts Amelia-Rose around and sparks fly. There are problems to be solved and obstacles to be surmounted before the happily ever after. Sometimes duty becomes a pleasure. Sometimes love is most unexpected. I hope Ms Enoch takes on Aden's story next (hint, hint). I'm intriqued. Right now he's a mystery and I love a good mystery. Happy reading. I voluntary read and reviewed an advance copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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