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The Laird's Choice
     

The Laird's Choice

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by Amanda Scott
 

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DUTY BOUND

Lady Andrena MacFarlan has been different since the day she was born. Possessing the power to sense others' most intimate desires, she knows her duty is to marry the man who will take the MacFarlan name as his own and help her father regain the chiefdom of their clan. But her unique gifts don't prepare her for the day when a mighty warrior

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The Laird's Choice 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked the description of the fog.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Save your money. Not worth the read. NO chemistry. Skipped many pages due to worthless dialog and sequences of events. Boring.
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Good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
wonderful novel. great story line. l felt like l was right in the center of of the action.
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MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
THE LAIRD'S CHOICE by Amanda Scott is an interesting Medieval Scotland historical romance set in 1406-1425 Scotland. Book 1 in the new series "Laird's of the Loch". Slow to start specifically for an Scott story,but picks up as you go along. Filled with danger,passion,clan loyalty,Highlanders,treason,secrets,and love with a bit of mythical illusion. Written with great details,the exciting part to me was toward the end. While, I enjoy Ms. Scott's stories,this one was a bit disappointing at the beginning but the end was wonderful. Received for an honest review from the publisher and Net Galley. RATING: 3 HEAT RATING: MILD REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction and More/My Book Addiction Reivews
Book_Sniffers_Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This wasn't at all what I thought it would be. Based off of the synopsis I thought it would be a historical romance but instead the majority of the book is about the two of them running between clans trying to warn everyone of a plan set in motion to over throw the king. But let me back it up a bit. Mag has been held captive as a slave for a year and a half now. When he finally manages to escape he washes up on MacFarlan land and ultimately meets Andrena. Her father seeks a husband for Adrena and before you know it the two are wed. However, while being held captive, Mag heard about a plot to overthrow the king to take his crown. So once married Mag and Adrena set off to meet the king to tell him of the news. After meeting the king they go back to Adrena's father to tell him what came of the meeting and then to Mag's clan land to let his father know of the plot and to see whether his father stands with the King or not and then... well you get the point. There is a ton of traveling, a lot of strategizing and a very minimal amount of romance, which is what I signed up for. I found myself really struggling through this. I couldn't seem to connect with the characters for some reason and even though the concept sounded like a win to me, I found myself not really getting into it. It would be perfect for someone looking for historical fiction but for someone like me who was looking for romance, I found it lacking in that department.