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The Mammoth Book of Scottish Romance

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  • Posted August 1, 2011

    Sexiness in a kilt!

    I won this anthology in an online blog-sponsored contest and would not have normally purchased it. I read it though, on a long train ride through Italy. I really enjoyed it. The stories ranged from sweet to smoking hot. There were three I particularly enjoyed:

    After the Gloaming by Leah Marie Brown is the story of a super sexy American and a doomed-to-loom Scottish banshee. It sounds like a far-fetched sotry but this one really got to me. It is tender and hot. My favorite read of the anthology.

    Curse Me Wicked by Elle Jasper is the story about a team of paranormal troubleshooters. One of its members gets intimately involved in a curse she's supposed to help break. I guess I am a sucker for stories about cursed souls.

    Forever Night by Jackie Ivie is a story about a young man who breaks into a dungeon to rescue his captive brother but who ends up taking the captor's daughter as his hostage. It is a fun story with enough heat to warm up those cold scottish nights.

    I was never a romance junkie until I read this anthology. After finishing it, I ordered Silence in the Mist by Leah Marie Brown, The Dark Ink Chronicles by Elle Jasper, and two of Jackie Ivie's novels! Looks like I am a convert!

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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