Book Reviews of The Scot (Harlequin Historicals, No 643)

The Scot (Harlequin Historicals, No 643)
The Scot - Harlequin Historicals, No 643
Author: Lyn Stone
ISBN-13: 9780373292431
ISBN-10: 0373292430
Publication Date: 2/1/2003
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
I really enjoyed this story. Susanna was sure that women were downtrodden and men were constantly asking too much of them. But after making a scene in London her father took her to Edinburgh to help lessen her disgrace. When Laird James Gallow overhears a murder plot he, stops an attempt on Susanna and her father's lives. He finds himself wed to Susanna but finds it not the worst thing ever if only He can convince her that men aren't the enemy.
Good characters and a little intrigue as well as they unravel the truth of the would be murderers.
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Helpful Score: 1
I have a thing for men in kilts. I adore them! This was complete trash, but thoroughly enjoyable. A very fast read.
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She struck a bargain with the Scot and wound up married and far from all she knew...
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Terrific book with good storyline.
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She Was A Woman With Ideas...And That Was Trouble!
All the same, James Garrow found himself wildly attracted to Lady Susanne Childers. True, their wedded union arose from mutual need---with no mention of love. Yet the longer he knew his firebrand bride---the greater grew his desire....!

She was deep in the Highlands, a long way from London Society. Still, Susanna Childers vowed to make the best of the bargain she had struck with the enigmatic laird who was no her husband. Besides, he had saved her life once and would again, if need be. So love didn't matter----or did it?
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I enjoyed reading it. The theme is different from the
commonly used in these type of books.