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  • Enchanting and delightful

    I can’t think of a better way to pass the time than to be whisked away to Scotland, falling in love with its beauty, charm, and whimsy, while also falling in love with such wonderful characters! It’s never been part of Ewan’s plans to visit the place where his mother was from, but a surprise letter from a Scottish solicitor sends him there, upending his life an so many ways. He swore he’d never eat haggis or wear a kilt, and was a true cynic when it came to the myths and legends of Scotland, and her certainly didn’t expect to be enchanted be a high-spirited local girl—but watching him change his mind was so much fun! Ewan and Ainslie are a delightful couple—their banter, their teasing, and their passion lit up the pages of this wonderful book! A truly enchanting story in so many ways!

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  • Travel to Scotland in this wonderful book!

    This book transported me straight to Scotland. I've kind of always wanted to go, but now I feel like I've been partway and need to finish the journey someday. This story was inspired by the author's own travels with the love of her life to the land of whimsical tales, beautiful landscapes and the rolling brogues of the people. Ms. Selvig has written a story of a man who never knew his mother's country or family and has now been invited by his elderly relative with the hope that she can leave the family lands and house to him and his siblings. Ewan very reluctantly goes, but fall in love with the land and the people--especially a red headed veterinarian named Ainslee who is determined not to like him. She's drawn to him, but know he's leaving in a week. What's the point? It may be that love is never predictable. This is a delightful tale of family, known and undiscovered. It's a tale of a gorgeous land and lovely people (most of them). It's a delightful story that I would have loved to experience first hand. The subject matter combined with Selvig's wonderful character development and engaging plot makes it one I would love to go back and revisit again...and again. I highly recommend of you like to experience different lands through words. The plot sure doesn't hurt any either! I was given a complimentary copy of this book via the author and Booksprout. All thoughts are my own.

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  • Magic of Scotland

    I enjoyed reading Never and Forever Scotland by Lizbeth Selvig, book one in her Heirs of Craigwarren series. It is a wonderful, sweet story that focuses on Ewan and Ainslie, their friendship, chemistry, and magnetic attraction as well as the countryside and beauty of Scotland. What a wonderful way to pass the time by being whisked away to Scotland, falling in love with its beauty, charm, magic, and whimsy, while also falling in love with such wonderful characters. Ewan was never planned to visit the place where his mother came from, but a surprise letter from a Scottish solicitor sends him there, upending his life in so many ways. He swore he’d never eat haggis or wear a kilt, and was a true cynic when it came to the myths and legends of Scotland. He definitely didn’t expect to become enchanted by a high-spirited, independent, veterinarian, Ainslie; nor did he expect his conversion from cynic to believer. Watching Ewan change his mind about Scotland was an enjoyable journey. Ewan and Ainslie were an amazing pair, their teasing, their banter, their magnetic attraction, their chemistry, and their passion exploded on the pages of this story. Ms. Selvig wrote a wonderful and emotional story that is definitely not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with off the charts chemistry, magnetism, wonderful dialogue, charming characters and the magic of love giving Ewan and Ainslie a chance at love, happiness, and a future in Scotland that neither expected. I highly recommend Never and Forever Scotland to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • A Magical Trip to Scotland

    Thoroughly enjoyed my magical trip to Scotland. A surprise letter to Ewan, has him going to Scotland to learn more of his deceased mother's heritage. A five day trip turns into so much more and changes Ewan life forever. He meets veterinarian, Ainslie and her household full of animals. Ainslie will become his travel guide, soon this develops into a friendship but they both no it can't go any further without broken hearts. This is a magical trip of the Highlands of Scotland, loved all of the descriptive writing. Loved the chemistry and banter between Ewan and Ainslie. I'm so happy they were able to figure out how to work their relationship out. This is the perfect virtual summer vacation if you can't travel.

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  • An inheritance he never wanted

    Gosh...where to begin. This was just a fabulous read. I loved the evocative writing describing the Scottish Highlands, the people, the vistas, the smells, and the magic. Ainslie Campbell, a small town veterinarian, caring not only for her pregnant sister, but the animals in the surrounding town, her own menagerie, and especially her Godmother Catrione Kerr. She may lose her house but she'll never lose her trust in those around her. Ewan Portman, a driven businessman, gets a letter from Catrione Kerr, his long lost relation, letting him know about the inheritance he and his siblings received from their mother. He feels like he can't leave his business but his sister pleads with him and he decides to get to the bottom of this and stay for a week. His week becomes many more days as his tour guide, Ainslie works her magic on his belief in the beauty of the countryside, how his ancestral home needs to come back to the proper family, and how her feelings for him can make him a better man. Ewan's no nonsense approach to the magic that is Scotland, opens him up to new feelings. Will those feelings include Ainslie when Ewan has to make the decision to stay or go?

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