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    Very enjoyable book!

    What an enjoyable book! I loved this story of Aden and Miranda. Scot Under the Covers is Book 2 of the Wild Wicked Highlanders series. I have not (yet) read Book 1, but there was enough backstory and detail that I didn’t feel I missed anything crucial, and I enjoyed this story so much I have vowed to go back and read Niall’s story and look forward to Coll’s story Aden MacTaggert is a Highlander who needs to find a bride to save his family’s inheritance. He seems like a rake, a gambler with a reputation with women. Miranda Harris is an outgoing, charming English lady who finds herself in a bit of a jam. In real danger, in fact. And not interested in marrying for any reason but love. They meet because Miranda’s brother Matthew is betrothed to Aden’s little sister Eloise. Miranda has heard of Aden’s reputation and when she meets him she is disdainful. However, once she learns that Matthew has more or less traded her to the vile Robert Vale to settle enormous gambling debts, Aden is the only one Miranda feels she can turn to (he’s a fellow gambler, after all, right?). And these two are quite a pair. So of course that means they are going to be undeniably drawn to each other, with much humor and heat and a good bit of intrigue and danger. They form an unlikely alliance to use some very ingenious trickery to remove Miranda from the predicament her brother Matthew has gotten her into. This was a fun story that had me hooked from the start. Thanks to St. Martin’s Press for providing an advance copy via NetGalley. I thoroughly enjoyed Scot Under the Covers and all opinions expressed in their review are my own.
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    Hero Gambler

    Enoch really has a great series with the Wild Wicked Highlanders. Great romance that can be read as a stand alone but I will be watching for more in this series. Miranda Harris is an independent women who has not found the right man to settle down with. Unfortunately when she may have found him in Aden Mactaggert; her brother has gambled her to a evil character. Great adventure and a hero that will not let his Miranda out of his arms. "A copy of this book was provided by St. Martin's Press via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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    Oh my heavens! Get ready to swoon for Aden!

    Aden is everything a girl could want in a swoon-worthy, kilted Highlander with dirty mouth and a brilliant mind. When he meets Miranda, he quickly learns that she's not like the other simpering girls with flouncing skirts and fainting spells. He is stunned by her instant dismissal of him because of his love of gambling, and realizes he just may have met his match. In a delicious twist, Miranda quickly finds herself in a truly awful situation and realizes she now needs someone who knows a thing or two about gambling. But, does she crawl to Aden to beg for his help? Of course not. She marches right up to him, bests him at his own game, and wins a wager against him so that he's now obligated to help her. And now Aden is truly smitten, and can't do a thing to stop his heart from making plans for the future. Thus the games begin, a daring and intricate dance between Aden and the villainous Vale. The carefully orchestrated steps to free Miranda from Vale's trap unfold against the backdrop of Aden and Miranda getting to know each other, and this is the very best part of the book. Theirs is an intellectual romance, filled with a sly, wicked sense of humor and a brilliant sense of purpose that forges a strong partnership between them. The HEA is deliciously satisfying, especially with Aden's eldest brother Coll brandishing his sword. I loved the way Miranda realized how Aden had painted himself into a corner, and her insightful solution was perfectly executed. I loved every single bit of this story, and was completely hooked from the first page to the last. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Scot under the covers

    A well written, fast paced romance. A underhanded Captain is trying to make a better life for himself. But he didn’t count on a strong willed English women with a tough good looking Highlander on her side.
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    Historical Romance

    Scot Under the Covers by Suzanne Enoch Wild Wicked Highlanders #2 Aden McTaggert is in England with his brothers to save their properties and people in Scotland. Why? Because there mother decreed they had to marry English women before the sister their mother returned to England with becomes a wife. They need the money so...they are in England. Their trip to England and the youngest brother’s finding his English bride was the story found in book. Book two is Aden’s and no doubt Coll will get his story in book three. Aden is a man who likes to and is adept at gambling. He is nimble fingered and able to read people. He is a man’s man but also attractive to women...and...I found I really liked him. Wily, witty and wonderful is our man Aden. So, when Miranda Harris, sister to Matthew who will marry the McTaggert sister, finds out her brother has wagered and lost a pile of money and she is to be the pawn that pays his bill...she is not thrilled...especially having met the man who is to be her husband. In fact, Miranda immediately asks Aden for advice – as he is a gambler...a gambler she was rude to the first time they met...and the second time they met, too. After the two decide to become partners in getting her out of the tangle her brother has created they have the opportunity to spend time together, get to know one another and realize that their first impressions would not withstand proximity and the truth. What I liked: * Aden – definitely swoon-worthy * Miranda – intelligent, strong and a worthy partner for Aden * The decked out deer and repeated allusion to the cheese made from cats-milk * The boot-wagering scene near the beginning of the book * The way that the tangle created by Matthew was undone What I did not like: * Smarmy evil Captain Vale – I was not to like him and it was easy to do as I was meant to * Matthew – think he got off WAY too easy * The holding back of the story of why Francesca – the mother of the McTaggert progeny – left and why there is so much dislike for her Did I enjoy this book? Yes Was the book realistic? Not so much but it was fun Would I read more in this series? Definitely Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars
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