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FREE READ Sinful Scottish Laird 107 ✓ A young widow puts her sexy suitors to the test in New York Times bestselling author Julia London's scintillating return to the idyllic Scottish HighlandsWidowed and forced to remarry in three years' time or forfeit her son's inheritance Daisy Bristol Lady Chatwick has plenty of suitors vying for her hand and her foSe for any Sassenach in his glen But Daisy's brazen flirtatious nature and alluring beauty intrigue him When her first love appears unexpectedly at her estate Cailean knows that a passionate woman like Daisy cannot marry this man And to prevent the union Cailean must put his own life at risk to win her hea. I've given this an A for narration and a B for content at AudioGals so that's 45 starsThis second book in Julia London’s Highland Grooms series Sinful Scottish Laird is an enjoyable character driven romance that takes place over thirty years after the events of Wild Wicked Scot and in which the hero is the eldest son of Laird Arran Mackenzie and his English wife Margot Cailean Mackenzie spends most of his time at his own estate of Arrandale working on the house he is building; and when he’s not doing that he and his younger brother Aulay are braving the excise men and crossing the sea to France in order to bring back cargoes of the essential goods that shortages and high rates of taxation have put beyond the reach of the ordinary Scot – as well as the wine and brandy they can sell at a profitOut riding with a group of his men one day Cailean comes across a broken down carriage carrying an assortment of Englishmen and women most of whom it seems are terrified and would uite happily shoot him Only one person among them doesn’t appear to share that fear a lovely woman that Cailean learns is Lady Chatwick on her way to visit the lodge at Auchanard which is part of her young son’s inheritance Cailean has long sworn off romantic entanglements – a youthful love affair gone wrong decided him that marriage wasn’t for him and he’s content with his solitary life – but there’s something about the way the woman seems uite oblivious to the fears of those around her and the way she looks at him that Cailean finds intriguing – against his better judgementYou can read the rest of this review at AudioGals

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A young widow puts her sexy suitors to the test in New York Times bestselling author Julia London's scintillating return to the idyllic Scottish HighlandsWidowed and forced to remarry in three years' time or forfeit her son's inheritance Daisy Bristol Lady Chatwick has plenty of suitors vying for her hand. 33 stars Cailean fumed on the long walk to Arrandale exasperated he'd been put on his heels by the Englishwoman astounded that it had happened before he knew it and amazed by her cheek Och she was barmy that was what And bonny A barmy bonny woman the worst sort to have underfoot Second in the Highland Grooms series the author has the son of the previous couple as the hero I enjoyed this jump as I really liked the couple from the first and it felt like a fresh move In fact what I enjoyed the most from this story was the flip the script direction the author decided to take not only with the time jump but especially the heroine's personality Daisy our heroine is English a widow a self proclaimed middling mother and trying to avoid another unwanted marriage She's almost thirty and when she sees our hero Cailean mama want Usually in romance books the pursuer is the hero while the heroine maidenly shies away not so here Daisy finds Cailean a lusty piece of man meat and with the confidence and drive of a woman almost thirty she flirts provokes and is not shy about her attraction to him I loved it so few times do we get to see heroines like this probably due to heroine's younger ages You shouldn't come inNo he agreed I shouldna kiss you eitherShe stepped back again so that she was now very much in her room You keep saying that she said and lifted her arms pulling the pins from her hair Cailean watched her hair tumble down around her shoulders I keep meaning it he said uietly Cailean I had a harder time connecting with He was our burned once a billion times shy hero and with my not feeling like his personality and soul of character was flushed out it made his reluctance for angst sake denying Daisy pretty annoying These two were really still at the starting line around the 50% mark which made the story drag a bit for me The sort of villain felt a bit too done with his poopy personality and he fizzed out at the end; I like a little dedication from my villains at least an attempted child kidnapping to get his way or something The secondary character of Daisy's cousin Belinda was a bit uneven but Daisy's son Ellis wonderfully stayed away from being overly cute or butting into my romance The author did a great job with trying new things here and I greatly appreciated it books in series should follow a connecting thread but not feel like the same story written over and over just with different names in the leads Our heroine Daisy was a breath of fresh air but I had problems connecting with our hero Cailean Their romance took too long to get going causing the story to drag a bit and their declarations of love didn't feel like they had a solid foundation The next book in the series is about Cailean's brother and I'm definitely going to read it and see what fresh new turn the author has in store while hoping some of the magic from the first in the series makes a return appearance In the Highlands if you want something you reach for it

SUMMARY Sinful Scottish Laird

Sinful Scottish LairdAnd her fortune But a letter from a long lost love sends Daisy and her young son to her Scottish Highland estate to buy time for his return Along the way she encounters the powerful Cailean Mackenzie laird of Arrandale and a notorious smuggler and she is utterly though unwillingly bewitchedCailean has no u. I must say that I did enjoy this book very much I am not one for steamy romance books however this was tastefully done Julia London does know how to weave a tale Filled with sexual tension this book is also filled with love Lady Chatwick Daisy has lost her husband and has only 3 years to find a husband or lose her sons' inheritance Her departed husband has demanded this She travels from London to Scotland to their hunting lodge and it is here that she meets Cailean a Scottish Laird This is full of Lords and Ladies not my typical read but it is a good read The characters are richly developed and I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know them all I especially liked Daisy She was no fool and wants to find true love not be controlled by a man She is free spirited and I loved that about her Cailean is rough and tough but with a heart of gold This is truly a love story That is why I liked it so much It kept my interest throughout and has wonderful flow from beginning to end I was a little uncomfortable with some of the love scenes but it really didn't bother me enough to stop readingI actually found it hard to put down I look forward to reading from this author This is a sexy historical fiction so if that is what you like then you will love this I did