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Karen Hawkins
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21 Sep 2009 The Macleans
The laird of the MacLean Clan, Alexander, is the only one of his brothers who is still a bachelor. The infamous Spenser sister, known in society as The Incomparable, would love to change that. After her plan to trick him into marrying her goes horribly awry in SLEEPLESS IN SCOTLAND, The Incomparable will have a second chance to woo Alex into matrimony.

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (21 Sep 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1416560262
  • ISBN-13: 978-1416560265
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10.4 x 2.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 477,745 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Karen Hawkins is the bestselling author of a dozen historical romance novels. When not stalking hot Australian actors, getting kicked out of West Virginia thanks to the antics of her extended family, and adding to her considerable shoe collection, Karen spends her time warming her feet on her narcoleptic golden retriever while writing her next book.

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4.0 out of 5 stars much better 27 May 2013
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I have recently read "Sleepless in Scotland", followed by this one about the twins, Caitlyn and Triona. I am glad I gave this book a go as I was disappointed after "Sleepless in Scotland",the storyline was good and the characters were protecting their siblings. I felt there were too many un-answered questions. It was a little disjointed in places but I liked the storyline. I felt this story - flowed better, it had more of a comedy element, it was a whole book and wrapped up the whole saga of the brothers and their storm curse. I felt in both books that the last chapter could have been longer. But I enjoyed both books, especially Caitlyn's feisty character.
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2.0 out of 5 stars A disservice to virgins 8 Nov 2009
By StdPudel - Published on
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Normally I would give this light frothy historical romance three stars, not for any literary achievement, but for being an honest and enjoyable example of its genre. The Laird Who Loved me treads the well-worn theme of the young spunky heroine of disadvantaged background who falls in love with the older, rakish but wealthy hero. Alas, the Scottish background doesn't contribute much to the story except a fantastic cover image. I was very disappointed to discover that the hero only wears the kilt for a masquerade ball - actually the cover is quite faithful to the details of his costume. The Laird Who Loved me is part of family series, like the ones Nora Roberts and other writers do. I feel like this book stands on its own, although if I had read and enjoyed the rest of the series I might be more tolerant of The Laird's foibles. My two main issues with the book are that a) it went too quickly to be a beach read - I finished it in an evening, and I wouldn't want to take up suitcase space with a book that went so fast, and b) the character of Caitlyn is a disservice to virgins everywhere. I am a master at willingly suspending my disbelief, but Caitlyn has so much instinctive knowledge of the ways of love, despite Alexander being the only man she's ever kissed. Even when they have sex, she's so knowledgeable in the ways of his body and hers that only her hymen tips off Alexander to her (formerly) virginal state. Give me a break! It's one thing for the older hero to initiate the ingénue into the ways of love, and for her to be a quick learner. For an older, experienced man to find a sheltered young woman his equal in the arts of love is just too much. To all you hopeful virgins out there, I find this to be beyond fantasy.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible Series Ending 30 Aug 2009
By Chase - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I have enjoyed the four previous books in the MacLean series and was hoping the last book would be just as good. Unfortunately, it was a failure. When I read the prologue and learned that the hero was twenty years older than the heroine, I was already very turned off. But, I put it aside and finished the book. I was disappointed that none of Alexander MacLean's siblings showed up in this tale, and neither did the heroine's sister (who was the lead in the last story)...Often times, the best parts of series novels is when previous characters show up to either interfere or offer advice. I didn't really LIKE the lead characters and didn't find myself rooting for them to come together at any part of the book. The plot seemed flat and the supporting characters boring. Sadly, this book gets two big thumbs down.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Laird Who Loved Me 10 Mar 2010
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In this fifth installment of Karen Hawkins's series involving the MacLeans, we meet again Alexander MacLean, laird of his clan, and Caitlyn Hurst, the young miss who started all the trouble in the fourth book, Sleepless in Scotland. Alexander is intent on getting his revenge on Caitlyn for causing his family embarrassment. He gets Caitlyn invited to a house party, specifically for the purpose of ruining her. He figures it won't take much to push her impulsive nature into doing something he won't regret.

Caitlyn has promised her mother she will control her temper and be as proper as can be at the house party. But then she discovers Alexander MacLean is there, too, and all promises become a lot harder to keep. As they goad one another into increasingly daring situations, the flames that were ignited before leap to the fore again. In an attempt at resolving their situation, they agree to complete three tasks based on a myth. But who will be the real winner?

I enjoyed this story of revenge and love, though not as much as the previous installment. Alexander is almost hyper-male, though incredibly sexy. His lust for revenge is a bit wearying, but Caitlyn is a joy to read as she reacts to his taunts. The heat between them nearly scorches the pages. The Laird Who Loved Me is definitely a fine addition to the series.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Ho hum, borrow, don't buy 15 Oct 2009
By Silver Spring Shopper - Published on
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This was okay. I could finish it, but I kept putting it down. H/H weren't very likable (motivations were childish and silly) and the age difference was too much. The only interesting thing was the curse.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Buy it - Karen Hawkins does it again ~ MacLean Curse Series, Book V (last book in the series) 2 Oct 2009
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I love Karen Hawkins novels and this one was another fantastic read. Alexander MacLean the oldest of the MacLean family decided to seek revenge of Caitlyn Hurst. In Sleepless in Scotland (The MacLeans)Caitlyn attempts to best Alexander by getting him to want to marry her and refusing him - but everything goes wrong with her plan. Alexander get Caitlyn invited to a house party of a Duke - in the end they decide to make a wager to settle their conflict. Great characters, fun to read another winner in the Maclean Curse Series .

Check out the whole Maclean Curse Series; How to Abduct a Highland Lord , To Scotland, With Love , To Catch a Highlander ,Sleepless in Scotland (The MacLeans) and The Laird Who Loved Me.
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