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    Good read

    Good book. Kept things moving and interesting
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    To marry a Scottish Laird

    I really enjoyed it. I can't wait to read more by this author.
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    Jo is great

    Humble and smart lady protagonist meets your typical hot guy in a kilt.
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    Perhaps skip the audio

    To Marry a Scottish Laird by Lynsay Sands (Audio Edition) Narrated by Keiran Elliott Series: Highlanders #2 2 stars - I don’t like giving negative reviews, but sadly this book was a disappointment. Not much happens. The plot had loads of potential and I wish the story had progressed farther before he found out the lad was a lass… Feels like there are some missed opportunities for funny situations. Joan seems constantly reluctant and unsure of her worth even when Cam has reassured her. By three quarters of the way through it started to feel like the author was just filling space… she would say the same thing in 5 different ways. The narrator has a nice voice, however, I don't find him too engaged in the story. He has a different pace to his reading, which by the end almost seemed like he was somewhat bored with the story. So, honestly that probably took away from the story for me as well. As I see many good reviews for this book.. Perhaps skip the audio version and try the book/ebook version instead. With that said, I am still looking forward to the next in the series, the narrator is a good one and the the plot seems promising!
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