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    Loved the Different Storyline

    I quite enjoyed the story of Greer and Ewan. The story line never had a drag and flowed nicely. The story idea was different than what you're used to seeing. Greer had backbone to stand up for what she believed in and Ewan, even though he didn't know who he was, knew what kind of person he was. The only thing I didn't like about the book was the "letters" between the chapters. I found myself skipping reading them entirely after the first 3 chapters. Otherwise, a really good book! Thank you NetGalley for the ARC.
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    Be Still My Heart

    Be still my heart... sigh. Love found through letters over many years yet they have never met. How romantic can you get? I was snared from the beginning and not let lose until the end of this wonderful story. Lady Greer Douglas and Lord Ewan Cameron have been betrothed for many years yet only "met" though correspondence. Yet love seemed to fill their hearts as they got to know each other and they looked forward to marrying. Of course as fate or evil forces sometimes have a way of changing lives, Greer is met with being told Ewan was dead as she shows up on her wedding day. How could this be? She just refuses to believe his is gone and in her grief goes to a special place to her and Ewan and finds an injured man who has lost his memory. As their relationship builds she comes to think this man might be Ewan or is it only wishful thinking? Elizabeth Essex is an expert at pulling the reader in with her well defined characters and descriptive settings. This is part of a series that I have not read yet and can be read as a stand alone story. But I cannot wait to read the rest and I am sure you will feel the same!!
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    Scottish Surprise

    What a delightful story! The heroine's commitment to equality between the sexes is admirable, and the hero's support is commendable. Charming characters to love and admire! There are also letters to open each chapter: a very creative way to introduce a back story. A well written, enjoyable read, but that's to be expected from Elizabeth Essex.
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