Monday, October 30, 2017

#Review: THE SCOT'S BRIDE by Paula Quinn

  4 of 5 stars
Patrick MacGregor is a rogue who is thoroughly enjoying his rakish ways as he traveled to visit his uncles, that is, until he is captivated by a beautiful young woman. Charlotte "Charlie" Cunningham doesn't trust men and when Patrick tries to approach her, she knocks him out with her sling. When he is brought back to her family home, Patrick hides his identify as kin to the Cunningham's enemy, the Fergusons. The more he talks to Charlie, the more he is cast under her spell--not only her beauty, but her kind heart as she helps the villagers who struggle under her father and brother's harsh rule. Patrick resists falling for her and Charlie refuses to get close to the rake.

Ms. Quinn has written another wonderful story with witty banter and fully-fleshed out characters. I loved how Patrick's compassion and kind heart was slowly revealed, but I found there was too much internal dialogue for both characters. The same things were repeated over and over again and that got old pretty fast. There was a good twist at the end that kept me turning the pages. Fans of Scottish romances will definitely enjoy this story.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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