Nice, fairly lighthearted fluff. Basically no plot or character development, & secondary characters were interesting, but not developed enough. Nice is the only word I can think of to describe this book.
gooseberry reviewed To Scotland, With Love (MacLean Curse, Bk 2) on
Helpful Score: 4
This is one of those series I will read every book of. Karen Hawkins is rapidly becoming one of my favorite romance novelists. I enjoyed this book more than the previous one in the series - mostly because I found the hero so charmingly arrogant and full of repressed emotions, and the heroine so charming and self sufficient.
When Lord Gregor MacLean learns his childhood friend has been abjucted by a fortune hunter, he rides off to Scotland very annoyed in a hot pursuit. Venetia's soft heart has gotten her in major trouple this time. If he doesn't rescue her swiftly, the scandal will ostracize the provocative wench.