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    Exciting Read

    'The Scotsmam' by Virginia Brown is the story of Alexander Fraser and Catherine Worth. Alexander is a Scottish fighter whose younger brother Jamie was taken by the English Lord, Earl of Warfield. Alexander wants to get him back. Since he has no money he knows a hostage exchange would be his only choice. When they spot Catherine who is the Earl's daughter they take her. But she isn't the easy going hostage you would want. Catherine knows her father is awful and he plans to marry her to just as awful person and is really is only her father's pawn. But when she is taken by Alexander she struggles at first but he brings out feelings she hasn't had before. Exciting read! "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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    Brown pens another winner from start to finish!

    Book: The Scotsman by Virginia Brown Reviewed by: Barb Massabrook of 1. Tartan Book Reviews 2. Purple Tulip Book Reviews 3. Celtic World of Historical Book Reviews 4.Celtic Barb’s Tartan Book Review Blog Overall Rating: 5 Stars and 5 Kilts Scottish Borderlands, October 1313 The hero of the story of Scotman is Alexander Fraser. He is a man mentally and physically thrashed by the English. He is at his rock bottom of the barrel with nothing left. So when he hears a the cruel, English Earl of Warfield has his brother and he has nothing to offer as payment for his release! As he is poverty stricken by the Sassenach dogs too! He is desperate and does what any red blooded highlander would do, he kidnaps the Earls daughter! Expecting a docile English Rose except this is the furthest from the truth. Earl of Warfield’s daughter Catherine Worth is the heroine of this story. This English beauty is headstrong, ornery tenacious and relentless at first as captive. Until she starts to feel things for Alexander that she has never felt for any man. She knows her father feels nothing for her. Just something to use to gain wealth and gold in a marriage contact, no matter how old or cruel her future jailer would be! She has been in the dark how brutal and sadistic her father actually is. She soon opens her eyes to this fact and readers will find out her true reaction! As these two star crossed lovers will they stay together or forced apart? As it seems Alexander’s brothers life is to be forfeited if he does not return his daughter. Yet it is not out of love, only selfish evil purposes. What will Alexander and Catherine do? I hadn’t read a Viginia Brown book in over a decade. Oh my goodness I forgot how beautifully she writes. I totally got lost and absolutely loved The Scotsman and hope she continues on her Scottish journey. This book includes non stop action, drama, mystery, abduction, betrayal, treachery, suspense, hatred, emotional, trust, love and a page turning riveting adventure. In addition, a breathtaking setting, brilliant dialogue, awe inspiring plots and unforgettable characters! My favorite story ingredients are true factual history weaved into a fictional historical romance! I absolutely loved this book so much! What a phenomenal read! I absolutely loved The Scotsman by Virginia Brown! Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy and an advance reader copy from the publisher. I voluntarily agreed to do a fair review and blog through netgalley. All thoughts, ideas and words are my own.

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