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Scottish Brides

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2000

    Beautiful -- Could not put it down!

    Every story in this book is fantastic - I love each character, especially Rose. I hope more books like this one are produced.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 9, 2014

    I loved all 4 stories!! Usually with anthologies they are hit o

    I loved all 4 stories!! Usually with anthologies they are hit or miss, I was so surprised that all 4 were unique. Christina Dodd's story of Under the Kilt was the only one, that I felt there was a story prior to this one, maybe I am wrong. I would have loved to had the story of Hadden's first visit with Andrea. Instead, it starts when he is back awhile and goes back again. The story was sweet and short, but I did get a feeling for the character's Stephanie Lauren's story Rose in Bloom was a great read. A lot of tension, laughter, romance that bloomed, I was yelling at my Nook over Clarissa's character. Rose and Duncan had a lot of back story that was explained, and left nothing to question, and had a great ending. Julia Quinn story called Gretna Green, was one of my favorites. I thought I had it figured out about the brother and sister, and OH WHAT AT TWIST. The 4th story called Glenlyon Bride by Karen Ranney was another great read about how life in Scotland and England was so different in that time period. I loved Lachlan and Janet, or wow what a character Henrietta was. I usually don't spend a lot for my Nook e-books, because I read a lot and it is too costly. But, this is a great deal and worth every penny and your time spent. Great Anthology! (ljb)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2013

    Great read!

    Wonderful writing and story.

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