I must be the only one who didn't care for this book. The idea of a smelly guy always trying to be intimate with someone who hides the key to her chastity belt? Not so impressed. The whole poo scene just wasn't my cup of tea.
I enjoyed this story so much. I laughed so many times. It was a fabulous story. There was infact more to the story than the belt of chastity. Duncan and Iliana learn to compromise and fall in love. I especially like stories where I like the H/H and this is an exceptional one. Hooray for a romantic comedy that was so enjoyable to read. You do not want to miss this one.
This was a funny story. Stinking was probably the norm back in the 14th century with only 2 baths a year, and who can blame them (it was cold, drafty and darn complicated to assemble the time and efforts for a bath), and I admire the heroine for finding a way to get back to her stinking husband, whom at the end got a dose of his own medicine.
Iliana Wildwood would do anything to escape from the depraved baron who sought her lands - including marrying a barbarian. Fleeing the highlands, Iliana was wedded to Duncan, laird to Dunbar Castle. Certainly, there was something about the virile warrior that made her weak in the knees - but something stank in the state of Scotland, and Iliana would not trust anyone until she'd discovered the source.
Determined therefore to resist her handsome husband, Iliana found a way to keep her secrets safe. Employing a belt of chastity, the spirited beauty managed to thwart the thane's advances. But then her husband changed his tactics and began a sensual assault that sent her intentions up in smoke. And as the air cleared, Iliana found it had been her heart she had locked away, and that this stubborn Scot had finally found...