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    Wickedly delicious!

    Much Ado About Highlanders by May McGoldrick is Book 1 the "Scottish Relic Trilogy", a new and exciting Medieval Scottish Historical Romance with Scottish Paranormal elements. Set against the Scottish Highlands as a backdrop. Intriguing, with witty dialog, Highlanders, Lowlanders, secrets, passion, romance, a touch of magic, and a few twists and turns. Mystery and suspense round out is exciting new Scottish Trilogy in a passionate, inquisitive romance. Well written with engaging characters and an intriguing storyline. While, this story had a satisfactory ending, it leaves many unanswered questions concerning the Scottish relic. Intense and emotionally charged. I look forward to the next installment. An enjoyable and satisfying Scottish read! My only complaint, not much Scottish brogue, otherwise, wickedly delicious! Received for an honest review from Net Galley. Rating: 4 Heat rating: Mild Reviewed by: AprilR
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    Highland Romance

    Two unruly cousins and two brothers have their tales told in this novel. Kenna and Alexander were married six months before their story is picked up in this book. Due to her impetuous nature and things she overheard she hared off to a convent before the nuptials were consummated. When they meet up again the find there might be a second chance for them to make it work BUT Alexander and Kenna, who reminds me of shrewish Kate from Shakespeare’s play, don’t have an easy time of it. While they are dealing with their own love story James and Emily have a side love story unfolding with some ups and downs of their own. I did get a bit tired of the same banter coming from the women and men and skimmed it after a while. The bad guys are truly evil and I can hardly wait for them to get their comeuppance. Throughout the book there is murder, mayhem, kidnapping, wounding, fleeing and a whole lot of action. It was a brutal time and brutality does appear in this book. I loved the introduction to the trilogy and wanted more information about the four that landed in Scotland originally. I don’t know if more will be told about them in the future or not. It was interesting learning how two of the four relics that arrived in Scotland work and I look forward to reading more about the relics and their owners in future books. This is the first in a trilogy of books with the following information gleaned about their publication dates. Much Ado about Highlanders (May 2016) Taming the Highlander (September 2016) Tempest in the Highlands (January 2017) Thank you to NetGalley and Saint Martin’s Press for the free copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review. 3.5 Stars
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