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    Loved It!

    'The Beast of Aros Castle' by Heather McCollum is book One in the "Highland Isles" series. This is the story of Tor and Ava. Ava was taken in by Grace's family when she was a baby. Grace and Ava are like sisters with Ava being the more protective one of the two. So after Grace's mother died there is just the father and the stepbrother, Grace and herself. Problem is that the father is now sick and the Step-brother is evil. He wants Ava and has tried a few times to take her. In addition, he has even started to make advances to his step-sister Grace. Ava comes up with a plan to help Grace and her escape but setting up a Marriage to Grace's father business friend. So they are both off to Scotland with Grace sitting to marry and Ava being maid/companion. But Grace gets cold feet when she hears what a 'Beast" Tor is. So they switch places but when they arrive Tor refuses to let them in because he doesn't want to marry. Ava gets him to agree to give them a chance to get to know each other. Tor first wife was a dishonest and he does not wish to marry again because he doesn't trust his next wife to be honest either. Wow...this book hit so many emotions along with some funny spots. I truly enjoyed this book and can't wait for more by Ms. McCollum! "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read." https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/1831318-sissy-s-romance-book-review-for-you https://www.amazon.com/gp/profile/A2HX0B5ELOPP5Z?ie=UTF8&ref_=sv_ys_3 https://www.facebook.com/RomanceBookReview https://www.facebook.com/groups/1709181636033417/ http://sissymaereads.blogspot.com/ https://romancebookreviewforyou.wordpress.com/ http://booklikes.com/blog https://www.tumblr.com/blog/romancebookreviewforyoublog https://www.pinterest.com/u2soapsrus/
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    A Very Enjoyable Read

    Aveline Sutton has arranged a way for herself and her best friend to escape the clutches of her friend's older step brother. He has always threatened them, but with his father on his deathbed will soon have legal power over them. A marriage to a Scottish Laird may be all that can save them. Laird Torquil Maclean has no intention of marrying an English noblewoman just to protect his clan, even if his father asked him on his deathbed. One bad marriage has made him suspicious. Our heroine is prepared to sacrifice herself to protect the only family she knows. A historical romance that shows us just how powerless women of that time were. A story full of emotion and fear for our female characters. A very enjoyable read.
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    Slow build to a gritty yet touching story

    From a slow start to a tearful ending, I enjoyed this story. Ava was a survivor, though she felt such guilt for doing what she had to. Her internal strength hid well the fear within as she faced The Beast of Aros and later her tormentor. Tor was a gruff teddy bear that I fell in love with quickly. The passion between them heated up the pages but did not take away from the story. Tim Campbell's narration of the story made the characters feel more real, and I loved listening to his different characterizations. I recommend the story for reading and the audiobook for the story to come to life. I received a free copy of this audiobook as a gift, and this is my unsolicited review.
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    A fun little read...

    This was a fun read. The characters were lovely, and in such a short novel, they were more filled out than I expected. It felt a little disjointed in some places, but over all it flowed pretty neatly. I enjoyed the plot and I always love a spunky heroine! A story like this is perfect for when you want something light and fun on a cold winter's day and just want to curl up with a hot drink and warm blanket and read well into the night!

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