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  • Posted July 17, 2009

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    The Scot And I

    Alex Hepburn is an secret agent for Her Majasty's Secret Service. He also has a psychic power that was given to him by his grandmother at her death. His mission now is to protect the Queen at Bromoral Castle. While on duty he is shot at during a reception for the Queen, but the shooter missed and shot the man behind him. All he saw was a blonde woman. Alex and his brother Gavin chase after the woman, but soon find that the woman is on their side.
    Mahri Scot was a courier for a faction that Alex and the Secret Service are after. Mahri and her companion Dougal lead Alex and Gavin on a chase through the Scottish countryside. Alex realizes that Mahri isn't the bad guy, the bad guys are after Mahri for betraying them and he has to protect her and get the bad guys.

    I really enjoyed this sequel to The Runaway McBride. I only wished that Alex had used his powers more. Mahri was an very independent woman, which was unusual for the Victorian era.

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