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To Tame a Highland Earl (MacLean Highlander Novel Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Against a backdrop of Scottish/English loathing at the beginning of the 19th century, where challenges were issued and duels fought as a means to uphold honour, Erroll, handsome cad and womaniser and Eve, sensible eldest daughter, yet determined to marry for love, are thrown together and forced to extricate themselves from a complicated tangle of kidnapping, well meaning parents and scheming paramours.
Really enjoyed this story so it's a 5* read from me.
*excuse me a moment as I climb off the roller coaster of a ride, as I calm my heart taking in a deep breath of fresh air*
It’s been way to long since I’ve read a HR …. I think my brain has been needing a time off from my usual genre’ because it was an amazing to read “To Tame a Highland Earl”!!! I loved it immensely, having lived in both Scotland and England it was like taking a trip down memory lane, back in time to so many thoughts and memories of my child/YA age also my heritage. I cold place myself so easily in both the countries, wow talk about a flash from the past.
Author Tarah Scott has captured both countries so beautifully with her spectacular writing style. The story flowed effortlessly just like you were taking a nice easy quite boat ride down a lake… so relaxing or so you though as you are thrown onto a roller coaster as the characters take things into their own hands.
Tarah, I loved all the characters in To Tame a Highland Earl, but my favorites are both Eve and Erroll, they both we’re so dynamic in the roles that you built for them, yet the other characters equally carried their place with the story line.
Not realizing just how much I had missed and loved Historical Romance as a read, it took me by shock, but a nice shock when I found how much I actually enjoy reading this story. I must say that your writing style, the ease at which the story seems to move across the pages reminds me of my favorite author from back when I was in my early 20’s into my mid-thirties, and that author is Johanna Lindsey. I devoured every book she had written. You have rekindled my love for HR, and I have now added the rest of your novels to my TBR list on goodreads.Read more ›
(quote - page 100)
Her sister cut her a scathing look. “He is not to be congratulated.” She looked at Erroll, “Well, sir?”
“I did not manage to kill him.”
“Have you lost your mind?” she seethed. “That was one of the stupidest things I have ever had the misfortune to see.”
(quote - page 147)
“What happened?” Grace asked.
“I do not know.” Eve rose and stepped from the tub.
She grabbed the towel hanging over the back of Grace’s chair, quickly wrapped it around herself and hurried toward the door while stuffing the corner of the towel between her breasts. Something hard struck the door and Grace gave a cry. A man’s groan in the hallway was followed by a foul curse. As Eve’s fingers closed around the knob. The door flung open, slamming her back, hard against the wall. Pain radiated down her arm, but she registered Grace’s gasp.
“What the devil?” a deep male voice boomed in a light Scottish brogue.
(quote - page 300)
She dried her hands on her apron and headed in his direction.
"Go on, lads," Cameron said to the men who teased her. "You have better things to do than dally with the lassies.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has an amazing immediate hook. I am not big on romance books. At all. Though this one sure got it's hooks into me from the first three sentences and kept me hooked with... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Wanda
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.
This is a fantastic historical romance. I loved it! Read more
Come on now, I know we can't expect to see much historical or social research in these novels, they are pure escapism after all, but this was a pile of anachronistic twaddle!Published 21 months ago by Sophia
Very interesting and unique story line about a young woman who is promised and set to wed a man she doesn't know. We follow their story from the time they met to the time they wed. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lauren Alumbaugh
Wonderful novel, lots of suspense. Great read. Would recommend to anyone :)Published 23 months ago by Kendra Rose Kinloch