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Seducing a Scottish Bride

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  • Posted May 16, 2009

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    A new author for me

    I had not read any books by this author before, but enjoyed this enough that I went looking for more of her books.

    It was a romantic historical novel with just a touch of fantasy. It incorporates characters from some of her earlier books, so you might want to check those out, but I didn't find that necessary in order to enjoy this one.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2012

    Come on people

    Come on ladies...a review isnt supposed to go into the whole darn story...I read reviews to see if I want to buy it but sime of you ladies write so many paragraphs I pass the book by...just say whether its good or a pass!!!!!!!!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 15, 2009

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    Lady Gelis MacKenzie yearns for love, the everlasting kind. Her father, hesitant to all suitors, is determined to keep her close and at home. Until a long-standing debt is called upon to be collected, and her father¿s honor must obey it. Gelis has already had a vision of her suitor, a darkly seductive man, with wounds that run deep. When she finally meets her betrothed and learns of his family¿s curse that has haunted them for generations, she determines that curses are not to be believed. With two previous wives in the ground, Ronan MacRuari, known also as the Raven, weds Gelis only to satisfy his clan. He knows that loving her could unleash the curse and put her in mortal danger. But as he comes to know her, and their passionate desires flare, he begins to wonder if Gelis isn¿t the key to lifting the curse that has plagued them. Determined to protect her at all costs, he¿ll fight the dangerous forces that threaten her, even if it means closing off his heart to what it truly wants.<BR/>The only issue I had with the book was this curse. Well, not the curse itself, but the explanation of it. It was given in bits throughout the story, but I still don¿t feel any closure in fully understanding it. This is part of a series, I believe, so it is possible that it is further explained better in one of the other books.<BR/> The plot flowed well and I adored the characters. I loved the side-story with the secondary characters, Anice and Hugh, too. This was a great mix if historical and paranormal romance. The setting and her depiction of it was superb. Now I want to go to Scotland! <BR/> If you are seeking a one-of-a-kind romance, full of action and steam, pick up Seducing a Scottish Bride, by Sue-Ellen Wellfonder!<BR/>Kelly Moran,<BR/>Author and Reviewer

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