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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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    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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    6 Stars

    Oh, you're going to love this! It's Getting Scot In Here by Suzanne Enoch is a fantastic historical romance. Ms. Enoch has presented us with a book that is well-written and populated with characters that are outstanding. Lady Aldriss has summoned her three sons to London from their home in the Highlands. Or maybe you'd say blackmailed them. They must find English brides before their younger sister marries. Amelia-Rose has been tasked with marrying the eldest McTaggart brother. He disappears for days within minutes of their first meeting leaving his brother Niall to fill in and make excuses for him. Amelia and Niall's story is loaded with drama, humor, action and steamy sexy bits. This story captured me on the first page and didn't set me free until the end. I loved reading It's Getting Scot In Here and can't wait for the next book. It's Getting Scot In Here is book 1 of the Wild Wicked Highlanders but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Can a highlander win the heart of an English rose?

    Three brothers. Scottish Earl for a father. Wealthy English lady for a mother. All three forced into an agreement made between their parents. None want to follow it and are paying the price. Niall MacTaggert, the youngest of the MacTaggert brothers, has always been the peacemaker in the family. When his oldest brother and heir won’t do his part to save the earldom, Niall steps in. It just so happens that spending time with Amelia-Rose, the woman whom his mother chose for the heir to marry, is more than a little pleasant. Amelia-Rose doesn’t want to marry a rough, tough highlander, but she doesn’t feel like she has a choice. Her mother wants to elevate herself in any way possible, even at the misery of her own daughter. Although Amelia-Rose begins to enjoy her time with Niall standing in for his brother, she’s not sure if he really likes her or is just playing at it until his brother comes back into the picture. This story surprised and delighted me. It is actually my first read from Susan Enoch and I don’t know why I didn’t find her sooner. My expectation of this story was that of Niall and Amelia-Rose falling in love while she was almost engaged to his brother. I thought that would be the whole story. I couldn’t be more wrong. This story twists and turns as these two learn how to love and the truth of that feeling. That is a big issue in this story, what the true feeling is between these characters. They go through several transitions on their journey which is more complicated than I first anticipated. If you are looking for a story about a kilt-wearing, kind-hearted highlander and a spunky, witty English lass, It’s Getting Scot in Here is the story for you. I received It's Getting Scot in Here for free. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    Epic Regency/Highlander romance!

    It's 1816, and the three MacTaggert brothers discover their mother's ultimatum that requires them to travel to London. She's a true English lady, and her sons are, to her great dismay, far too much like their wild Highland father. Francesca is a delightful matriarch, formidable but with a huge (but well-hidden) heart of gold. Niall, her youngest son, is determined to follow through on what his heart promises to Amelia-Rose, regardless of who may be disappointed along the way. Amelia-Rose is just feisty and sassy enough to know what she wants, even when she doesn't quite know how to make it happen. This book is filled with delightful characters; all of them fairly leap off the page and into your heart. There's so much heart and humor throughout the book, not in-your-face comedy but the understated, wry observations about society and finding one's place in - or out - of it. The storyline is gripping, captivating from start to finish, and the HEA is melty-sweet and oh-so-satisfying. The writing is on-point, superbly paced, with a flow that just draws the reader in and makes for a non-stop read. It's everything a romance should be, and one of the best I've ever read that seamlessly combines the Scottish Highlanders with the English aristocracy. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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