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Sleepless in Scotland (MacLean Curse, Bk 4)
Sleepless in Scotland - MacLean Curse, Bk 4
Author: Karen Hawkins
When sensible Catriona Hurst sets off in pursuit of her wild twin sister, Caitlyn -- whose plan to trap the handsome laird of Clan MacLean into marriage will lead her to sure disaster -- she never expects the journey to end with her own wedding. First Triona is caught in MacLean's carriage, then she's roundly scolded, and then -- to her ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781416560258
ISBN-10: 1416560254
Publication Date: 7/21/2009
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 162 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed Sleepless in Scotland (MacLean Curse, Bk 4) on
Helpful Score: 3
This is a good easy read. If you read this one it will have to be shortly followed by the next in the series. The two compliment each other and should be read close together.
reviewed Sleepless in Scotland (MacLean Curse, Bk 4) on + 153 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
1811 - England / Scotland
Very cute read. I love the MacLean series and this was no exception. It seems tied into the next book (the hero and heroine are siblings to the next h/h). I am looking forward to reading that one as well.
This book can stand alone, but I would suggest to read them in order. Mention is made of previous characters and two are in this one as well.
SoBe avatar reviewed Sleepless in Scotland (MacLean Curse, Bk 4) on + 147 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
I read this in a few hours, and it's a pretty average (generic) historical romance... Not bad, but despite a somewhat promising beginning, it follows a pretty predictable plot line... It's a good easy read, and doesn't take a whole lot of effort to get though it.

One thing that bugged me was that the story pretty much kept to the H and h's POV for the first half of the book, but by the second half KH kept bringing other people's view points in! And even though I liked the beginning, I can't help but think KH spent far too much time setting up the story and not enough in developing it later on...she ends up skipping over scenes that I'd have liked to have read...and not being privy to those scenes sorta makes me feel like I'm missing parts of the story.

Oh! And also the heroine of her next book (The Laird Who Loved Me), to me at least, came off a little to Lydia Bennet like (that's a Pride and Prejudice reference if you've missed it) but worse as she's about 8 years older, so I don't' really have any interest in reading her story (which honestly, just seems sad...shouldn't each book in a series make you want to read the next book?)

Like I said, an easy read...all my issues with it are pretty minor for the most part, so if you're looking for one, this would be a good car/plane/beach read.

One note though, if you're not fond of kids in romances, you may want to skip this one...They come in about halfway trough the story but once introduced, they played a pretty major role.

Also another note, (but this one's a bit of a spoiler !)
the 'I loves you's' don't come until the very last two pages! And there's no epilogue or anything, so the ending feels a bit abrupt!(less)
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reviewed Sleepless in Scotland (MacLean Curse, Bk 4) on + 929 more book reviews
I've read a few of these books now and although this one is fun as well I find it somewhat lacking. I think I was expecting a meetup with the children's mother but that never happened. Also their relationship kind of moves fast-forward toward the end and there were still many unresolved things. Other than that, it was an easy read. Entertaining but not the best in the series.
justreadingabook avatar reviewed Sleepless in Scotland (MacLean Curse, Bk 4) on + 1588 more book reviews
Really enjoyed this storyline, lots of great twists, funny things happening,great advice from Mam and sizzling tension. A great read in this series. Make some time to read, you won't want to put it down.
reviewed Sleepless in Scotland (MacLean Curse, Bk 4) on + 10 more book reviews
Worth the read. I have all the books in this series. Very enjoyable.


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