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    Stunning conclusion to this series!

    I loved the first two standalones in this interconnected series as Evelyn and Scarlet found their fierce Highlanders. Now, it's their brother Nathaniel's turn and his intense and conflicted romance with Cat is everything I hoped it would be. Non-stop action and intrigue, witty and intelligent wordplay, and an HEA that will make you stand up and cheer. The attention to detail is incomparable as we're transported to a Scotland of more than 300 years ago. It's clear that the author has done her due diligence regarding the history and culture, making this a beautiful escape that will warm your heart long after you find your way back to the present. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Great Historical Romance!

    The Wicked Viscount Heather McCollum The Wicked Viscount by Heather McCollum is book three in her Campbells series. Though this is part of a series it reads well as a standalone, as do the previous books in the series. Heather McCollum knows her craft. This novel is thoroughly intriguing. All elements have been masterfully executed. The plot grabs and holds the reader’s attention from beginning to end. The characters are vibrant. The scenery is vividly detailed. I love the humor infused throughout the story. Cat, the female lead is especially witty and cunning and can best her foes with her sharp knives and her sharp tongue. The Wicked Viscount is a 5 out of 5 and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys historical romance. My thanks to Entangled Publishing, LLC for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.
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    Historical Romance

    The Wicked Viscount by Heather McCollum The Campbells #3 Nathaniel Worthington, brother to the women who set up the Highland Roses School in Scotland, is healed from his gunshot wound and escorting Cat Campbell to London at the bequest of the king’s wife. The story deals with their travel to London, finding out that the king has died, dealing with traitors, saving a few people and of course, falling in love. Cat and Nathaniel did not set out to find romance but it seemed to find them in spite of the fact that Cat is definitely not the woman Nathaniel should marry as she is not titled and English and she is unwilling to relinquish her heart to any man after seeing what pain love can bring someone who loses their spouse. This was a fun easy read that had historical basis (with the king’s death) and though perhaps not entirely believable an enjoyable way to spend the day. Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled-Amara for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars
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    I liked the story

    *** 3.5 stars rounded up to 4 **** Cat (Catriona) Campbell is well aware of the Englishman, Nathaniel Worthington. They even shared a scorching kiss when he was delirious with fevers from a gunshot wound (previous book) – but he probably doesn’t even remember it. Cat has been part of The Highland Roses School since it began. She’s strong, intelligent and totally self-reliant, and she will never, ever fall in love – she’s seen what that does to a woman, and she wants no part of it. Nathaniel Worthington, Viscount Worthington, is out in the forest looking for the vexing, intoxicating and forbidden Cat Campbell. He has been sent to bring Cat back to Finlarig Castle where they have just received a missive from Queen Catherine. The Queen explains that King Charles is suddenly very ill and she believes he has been poisoned. She wants Nathaniel to escort Cat to London because she needs a healer as well as someone who can find the traitors involved if he has been poisoned. On the trip south, they become closer even though each is fighting the attraction. Cat has no intention of falling in love and Nathaniel isn’t free to marry as he pleases because of his nasty father’s will. He might risk it if it was only him, but it would affect his sisters as well, so he’ll have to follow the terms of the will. As we all know, the road to hell is paved with good intentions, and they both had intentions of being good – they just hadn’t reckoned with the strong attraction they feel for each other. Along the way, they learn that King Charles actually died before the missive requesting them even reached Scotland. They continue on to London and find that the tensions are high and there is even more intrigue, deceit, lies, and treason. Can they ferret out the traitors? When everybody’s secrets – including Nathaniel’s – are revealed, can either of them survive? Will they be the ones to end up being labeled as traitors? This was a fast-paced book and I enjoyed the story – but I don’t think I’d read it again. There were Title errors and other minor historical inaccuracies that I found distracting. For instance – they drank bourbon and played Whist before either was invented. The things that were wrong were so very easy to research that I can’t, in my own mind, make excuses for the author getting them wrong. And titles, address, etc, there is just no excuse for getting those wrong – they haven’t changed in hundreds of years. Learn them once and you have them for every book you write. Another thing that would keep me from reading it again is that I didn’t care for the resolution. I can’t tell you much more than that because of spoiling the story, but let’s just say that I thought Nathaniel lost too much and that a King and Queen could have certainly come up with a better solution than they did. Which reminds me – a King who has been managing court intrigue and deceit all of his life suddenly becomes stupid? I don’t buy that he would have reacted as he did to Nathaniel. Then, it appears that the main villains got away with no punishment. I don’t know – just not a satisfying end to me. Maybe we’ll learn, in the next book, that all has gone well for Nathaniel and that the villains got punished. So, the bottom line is – It was a nice story and I really liked Nathaniel and Cat – I’m glad I read it, but wouldn’t read it a second time. I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    A Wonderful Story!

    Become immersed in history with a romantic adventure as Heather McCollum tells another enthralling story with her amazing descriptions and characters that draw you in from the start! Cat, a scottish lass knowing she will not trust love after a bad childhood, is at Finlairg Castle at the school that teaches women to defend themselves as well as many other skills. Known as a healer she is called to the Queen in London and ends up being escorted by Englishman Nathaniel Worthington, who's sister runs the school. Having shared a fiery kiss over a year ago, he knows it will be hard to keep his distance on the journey. Of course their attraction is combustible and hard to deny. But there is a lot at stake with the many secrets and all of the intrigue of court. Will these two be able to find love and happiness or be denied due to what the secrets reveal? I truly love everything this author pens and she is on my forever read list! So so not miss this amazing tale that will keep you turning the pages as fast as you can!!
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