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  • Enjoyable Historical Romance

    Much Ado About a Scot (All the King's Men #5) by Gerri Russell is a story of a resourceful woman, Isobel Seton during difficult times. One of King James VI undercover men comes to the rescue, well sort of. Honestly, Alexander Godric Ross is using her circumstances to further his work for King James, until he isn’t. Until it is more, a matter of life and death, a matter of the heart. Again the accusations of witchcraft come up in this story. This is part of the series following the people and their lives during the time of King James VI reign. Many are his enemies and many are his supporters. It is a harsh time for all but especially women. Ms. Russell reels you into the story so that you can feel as if you are right there with these people losing crops, facing dire straits with resiliency, and finding love. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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