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One Hot Scot: A Scandalous Highlanders Holiday Story

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Too short but oh so good

Too short but oh so good

posted by Chastel on July 6, 2014

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Only 68 pages long. Dont waist your money! Its only 4 chapters...not even half of the story.

posted by 6484391 on October 19, 2013

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  • Posted November 9, 2013

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    This is book 0.5 in her Scandalous Highlanders series. Julia Pr

    This is book 0.5 in her Scandalous Highlanders series.

    Julia Prentiss is wondering the woods trying to get away from the man that kidnapped her from her aunt's wedding. She comes across a man emerging from a lake and he is NAKED! She can't believe what she is seeing. She doesn't know whether to hide and ask the man for help.

    Duncan Lenox feels obligated to help when he comes across the stranded lady. He has been out trying to find when is killing his animals and staying at his cabin. Duncan takes Julia back to the cabin where they proceed to get to know each other. 

    The kidnapper shows up at Duncan's cabin, but he puts them off. He later takes her to his home and proceeds to marry her.

    I am a HUGE Suzanne Enoch fan and have read almost all her books, but I really couldn't get into this book. I know that with a novella the action needs to go quickly, but to meet the man, jump into bed with him and then marry him within 24 hours is just a bit unbelievable. Even saying this, I do still look forward to the books in the upcoming series. The next book, The Devil Wears Kilts, is scheduled to come out at the end of the month.

    Thanks go to NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for a copy of the book in exchange of an honest review.

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