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Sleepless in Scotland

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  • Posted July 14, 2009

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    n amusing yet profound tale

    Catriona Hurst will do anything for her younger twin sister Caitlyn. So when her sibling plans to elope with Alexander MacLean, Triona plans to stop it somehow while her twenty years old younger brother William objects. She jumps inside Alexander's carriage.

    Alexander's brother Hugh MacLean plans to prevent a marriage he deems unsuitable. He uses his sibling's carriage. When Triona and Hugh are found together inside Alex's coach, they are deemed by their family and the rest of the Ton as compromised. Honor demands they marry and they do. Neither know one another so when they go to his home, Triona learns she is an instant mother as he has three daughters who demonstrate their ire towards her. As his offspring plot to drive the intruder away, Triona plots to turn them into a loving family of five and counting.

    The fourth MacLean curse historical romance (see TO CATCH A HIGHLANDER, HOW TO ABDUCT A HIGHLAND LORD and TO SCOTLAND, WITH LOVE) is an amusing yet profound tale. The brisk story line starts off with an As You Like It mistaken identities spin and twists from there as the three offspring (Christina, Devon and Aggie) test Triona to the limit and a bit beyond. Thus the lead five and a strong support cast make for a wonderful time though readers will be sleepless in America due to a one sitting enjoyable time.

    Harriet Klausner

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 6, 2012

    Love series stories

    a fun read. Great author. great series

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  • Posted March 7, 2012

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    highly recommend

    good story, witty, humorous, fun to read ... any book by Karen hawkins is well worth reading. Grab your dog, put him on your lap and have a great afternoon sinking into a good book.

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  • Posted October 4, 2011

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    Pretty good

    it was a good book, definitely entertaining. It ties in with the other books by Karen Hawkins and would recommend reading them somewhat in order. It has a good story line and characters that are easy to get into. Overall a good book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2011

    Disapointment!!!

    I was between two or three stars, this book started so great, but in the middle, it was lost in the Hugh´s daughters and lost all the romance.

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  • Posted February 12, 2011

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    couldn't put down

    i loved this book. i read this book in bout a day. great book!

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  • Posted April 24, 2010

    A Great Read

    I absolutley enjoyed reading this book. It was hard to put down. I reccomend this one for anyone who loves a good laugh and a good love story.

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  • Posted October 24, 2009

    A Good Story

    I am normally not one for straight up ROMANCE novels, but something about this one was interesting to me. I read it, and it was fast-paced, fun, and sweet with characters that I loved. (and some scenes between Hugh and Triona were enough to give even someone with a bad imagination chills) It's been almost two months sice I read this book and I still will pick it up and go back to a part I like and read it again. I read this book and could not wait to buy Karen Hawkins books, but when I finally had enough extra money for the others they were gone. Needless to say, I'm hoping I can find all of them. The only complaint I had with this book was that there wasn't an adventure to it. Just straight up romance. But it was a page-turner just the same and it would be perfect to read on one of those lazy days.

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  • Posted October 16, 2009

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    Sleepless In Scotland

    The sensible twin Catriona Hurst has just found a letter from her twin Caitlyn. It seems that Caitlyn has challenged the head of the MacLean Clan. While trying to rescue her twin from her own folly Tronia found herself in Laird Alexander MacLeans carriage. Knowing that Caitlyn Hurst has set her cap for his brother Hugh MacLean has set a trap for her. But instead of capturing Caitlyn Hurst he captures Catronia Hurst. Now there is nothing to do but marry the girl. Hugh wants her in his bed and out of his business, but Catronia has other ideas.
    I really enjoyed this chapter of the MacLean family I loved the plot and the characters. I can't wait to read the next book.

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  • Posted August 8, 2009

    Humorous Easy Read

    This is the first time I've read Hawkins. I was hooked and will definitely be looking for another to read.

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