Book Reviews of To Tempt a Scotsman (Huntington, Bk 1)

To Tempt a Scotsman (Huntington, Bk 1)
To Tempt a Scotsman - Huntington, Bk 1
Author: Victoria Dahl
ISBN-13: 9781420100150
ISBN-10: 1420100157
Publication Date: 8/1/2007
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 108 ratings
Publisher: Zebra
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
Good story, enjoyable reading. This is a debut book by Victoria Dahl. I look forward to reading more of her work.
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Helpful Score: 4
I thought this book was great I am a sap for romance novels and this one was a really good one it had a little bit of everything if you like romance you will love this book
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Helpful Score: 1
Out of all the Victoria Dahl books I've read so far, I like this one the least. It has some good love scenes and I like the heroine, but the hero is a big jerk and I don't know what she saw in him. She ends up suffering a lot because he totally misunderstands her, almost right up until the end, despite being hit over the head with the truth. And there is a violent scene near the end that I found a bit disturbing.
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Loved the book, first time reading this author. Love the romance and love scenes. Kept me wanting to keep reading and not wanting to put book down.
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She has nothing left to lose... After finding herself at the center of a very public scandal that left one man dead and another on the run, Lady Alexandra Huntington has exiled herself to her brother's estate and is content to manage his affairs. But the arrival of darkly handsome Collin Blackburn awakens her curiosity and her desire - and the advantage of being a fallen woman is that she can be ruined only once.
After a promise sworn to his father, Collin Blackburn is compelled to seek the aid of the woman who brought about his brother's death in a senseless duel. Yet Lady Alexandra is not the shameless femme fatale he expected. In fact, Collin suspects she is guilty of nothing more than a hunger to experience passion, and the brawny Scot is certainly equipped to oblige.