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by Suzanne Enoch
Released: Nov. 26, 2013
Series: Scandalous Highlanders #1
Published by St. Martin's Press
Enoch creates this wonderfully multidimensional character in Ranulf. He’s a little untamed, a little barbaric and really, really sexy! I just loved seeing him fall to his knees for a woman like Charlotte! ~ Under the Covers
In the first of a brand new series called the Scandalous Highlanders, Suzanne Enoch tempts readers with a grumpy, traditional, take-no-shit Scottish hero. Ranulf MacLawry is the Marquis of Glengask. He is used to getting what he want and others falling into place as he commands. However, his younger sister Winnie just wants to have her Season like any other woman would. Yet Ran is dead-set on keeping Winnie under his watchful eye to keep her out of trouble.
The second that Ran looks away, Winnie flees and resides with Lady Charlotte Hanover. In a fiery rage, Ran peruses his sister with the intention of dragging her back if she doesn’t come willing. When he reaches the British Society that he hates so much, he is faced with a intelligent and equally sharp-tongued beauty that takes him by surprise. After much arguing and some begging on Winnie’s part, Ran allows her to stay for two weeks as long as he stays with her.
It’s a recipe for trouble, but I cannot deny the appeal of the story. Enoch creates this wonderfully multidimensional character in Ranulf. He’s a little untamed, a little barbaric and really, really sexy! I just loved seeing him fall to his knees for a woman like Charlotte!
Their banter is some of my favourites in Historical Romance. If you’re a fan of Lisa Kleypas and Julia Quinn, then I think you’ll find something to like in Enoch’s books as well. There’s great chemistry, witty banter and humor that will have you smiling from ear to ear. But because of the more untamed heroes you’ll find in this series, Enoch has an irresistible combination that will have readers like me coming back for seconds! I cannot wait for the next book, A Rogue with a Brogue because that’s Arran’s book!
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