The Great Scot Author:Donna Kauffman In Bad Boys in Kilts, USA Today bestselling author Donna Kauffman introduced the divinely sexy Chisholm brothers. Now, get ready for oldest brother Dylan, a man whose duty to his heritage will not be upended by anything -- or anyone. But passion has a way of throwing everything off-kilter... — Loch And Load, Baby — Location coordinator Erin McGreg... more »or knows she?s finally found the perfect setting for her romance reality show, Your Prince Charming. The Chisholm clan stronghold in the Scottish Highlands has it all -- romantic moors, windswept cliffs, misty lochs, a four-hundred-year-old castle, and possibly the most gorgeous man she?s ever laid eyes on in chieftain Dylan Chisholm. Nothing like a guy with a sexy accent and a big...turret to make a girl all wonky-kneed. Right. No time for wonky. Time to get over her fixation with the Hot Scot and get back to business. And Erin will -- any minute now... With his three youngest brothers spoken for, Dylan Chisholm is at the top of his village?s matchmaking list. Now they?ve sent some impish, forthright American lass up to tempt him into a devil?s bargain: he can let the Yanks use his castle to film their foolish romance show, and in exchange, he?ll get the money his village desperately needs. It took a tragic loss to get Dylan to embrace his heritage and his duty. He can?t turn away from such a promising offer. But keeping his thoughts off Erin McGregor is another matter. She?s everything he never wanted in a woman, and suddenly, she?s everything he craves in every way possible?« less
I tried reading this book and didn't make it much past about 7 chapters. While normally this type of book would have been read very quickly, it seemed slow and really failed to grab my attention. Others may enjoy this book, but it wasn't one I could even finish.
I loved, loved, LOVED this book. This is one of the first romance heros that I have truely wanted to hunt down and keep for myself. The Great Scot is the best Kauffman book I have read yet. The characters are so believable and complicated. I did not want this book to end.