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    Wonderful

    This is a wonderful lighthearted cute read with touches of humor and emotion that just made me smile. Harrison was so stoic and serious. It was fun to see how the whirlwind that was Nicole slowly won over not only him but his family and the entire small town. Nothing to deep in this one but sometimes that's exactly what I need in a relaxing book. For a great afternoon of reading grab a copy of this one and enjoy. I highly recommend.
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    Loved!

    This is a delightful book that made me smile. I loved Nikki, even though she's done some flaky things. I even loved Harrison, who is uptight and rigid. Reading about Nikki crashing through his defenses and helping him find joy was thoroughly enjoyable. If you are a fan of the genre, you will love this book. The author is on my must read authors' list and this book exemplifies why. This is a wonderful light romance with a bit of humor that is just a feel good story......and Scottish kilts?....Swoon warning.....even better, learning what one Scottish man wears under his kilt.
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    Entertaining!

    3.5 Stars! This was a cute read. Funny, fast paced, likable main characters and some really good side characters. His granny was pretty entertaining. If you've read previous books, you get to see the couples from book one and two as well as the rest of the guys in the poker group. You do not have to read them first. This can be read as a standalone. It's a very safe read and good for when you need to light and fun read. The first book in the series still remains my favorite so far.
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    Awesome read!!

    I really enjoyed reading this book and I think it’s by far one of my favorite books that I’ve read so far. I just fell in love with this book. Not only does it include one of the greatest show that has ever been made Outlander but it also takes place in Scotland! Scotland is such a beautiful country that I was happy to read about it. Harrison and Kate might have met on a plane and started to pretend to be engaged to keep his family and grandmother happy but I guess they never counted on falling in love. Scotland or Bust is a must read and I can’t wait to read more of Kira Archer’s work. ***Received this ARC by NetGalley as an exchange for an honest review.
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    Zany madcap romance set at a Scottish castle

    Three and a half stars. Can't see how many pages, but feels like a novella. Harrison Troy is flying home from New York to spend the Summer with his family, it wasn't entirely clear to me whether 'home' was Scotland or England, he wears a kilt (for Outlander purposes) but is repeatedly referred to as English - whether that is the author not understanding the nuances of being English, Scottish or British I don't know. His private plane is out of action, none of his friends can lend him a plane and the airline he has chosen to fly with doesn't have the modern first class pods so he is forced to sit next to a total stranger (first world problems encapsulated). His seat mate is Nicole (Nikki) Franklin, an unlucky-in-love accountant who has thrown up everything in order to realise her dreams of travelling Europe. The start of the book reminded me of Managed, Harrison is terrified of flying and Nikki takes his mind off take-off with a steamy kiss. When they land in Scotland/England Harrison discovers that his assistant has quit and so he offers Nikki eight weeks work at his family's castle. What follows is a madcap/ slapstick caper in which Harrison's zany family frustrate his attempts to get the family travel business into the black by running Outlander-themed holidays. I'm not a fan of the zany and Harrison's grandmother in particular (talk of fornication outside wedlock and entering jousting competitions) was (in my opinion) unfunny and unnecessary, indeed most of Harrison's family appeared merely there for the zany and had no real interactions with Harrison or Nikki. I did enjoy this but I have to say, as an Englishwoman, the idea that you could halve the time taken to drive from the Scottish border (assume for the sake of argument, although I believe Outlander is set in the Highlands) to London Heathrow is frankly ludicrous. It's 313 miles from Gretna Green to London Heathrow which would take just under five hours via motorway, the idea that you could drive a minibus at 120 miles an hour constantly is simply ridiculous. Also, has no-one pointed out to Kira Archer that there are five terminals at Heathrow, some of them quite some distance apart? Nevertheless, if you can overlook the geographic ambiguity, this was a pleasant, low angst romantic comedy - ideal beach reading. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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