Book Reviews of The Scottish Rose

The Scottish Rose
The Scottish Rose
Author: Jill Jones
ISBN-13: 9780312960995
ISBN-10: 0312960999
Publication Date: 2/15/1997
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 34 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Scottish historical time-travel romance from 1996 to 1650 with an American career girl forced to rely on a Highlander to keep her alive. I knew little about Mary, Queen of Scots before but now want to delve deep to see if the scholarship behind this book's premise is real. Great read for lovers of history.
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Easy interesting read.
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Excellent read.
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Inscribed by the author - time travel romance
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Historical/modern day. Time travel romance.
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An American television journalist's trip to Scotland to debunk regional myths takes an unexpected turn when she is sucked through a time portal to the days of Cromwell's assault on Scotland and entangles her in a dangerous attempt to keep the royal crown, scepter, and orb out of the invader's hands.
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Excellent book
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Taylor Kincaid hosts a top-rated t.v. series that debunks everything supernatural.So when she finds herself on the Scottish coast-to claim an out-of-the-blue inheritance & ancient letters telling of royal gold-shes prepared to explode the local legend:an archway made of stone through which young women disappear.
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Taylor Kincaid hosts a top-rated television series that debunks everything supernatural. So when she finds herself on the Scottish coast -- to claim and out-of-the-blue inheritance and ancient letters tells of royal gold -- she's prepared to explode the local legend: an archway made of stone which young women disappear. Until a stormy sea sweeps her through the Ladysgate -- and her, handsome, rugged sea captain, Duncan Fraser.