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When a Scot Loves a Lady: A Falcon Club Novel
     

When a Scot Loves a Lady: A Falcon Club Novel

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by Katharine Ashe
 

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“Her characters are intelligent, vibrant, and wonderfully complex. Katharine Ashe writes with eloquence and power.”
—Lisa Kleypas

“You’ll be swept away by Katharine Ashe’s evocative writing.”
—Sabrina Jeffries

The phenomenal Katharine Ashe flings open the portals of the mysterious Falcon

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“Her characters are intelligent, vibrant, and wonderfully complex. Katharine Ashe writes with eloquence and power.”
—Lisa Kleypas

“You’ll be swept away by Katharine Ashe’s evocative writing.”
—Sabrina Jeffries

The phenomenal Katharine Ashe flings open the portals of the mysterious Falcon Club—the intriguing Regency address that has every gossip in London asking, “What use has society of an exclusive gentleman’s club if no gentlemen are ever seen to pass through its door?” The first book in Ashe’s captivating historical romance series, When a Scot Loves a Lady finds its dashing hero Lord Blackwood, an agent of the ultra-secretive Falcon Club, ready to return to his home in Scotland—but not without the scandalous lady who has captured his heart while bringing unanticipated danger into his life. Johanna Lindsey fans, this Scot’s for you!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780062030641
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
02/28/2012
Series:
Falcon Club , #1
Sold by:
HARPERCOLLINS
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
384
Sales rank:
8,163
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Katharine Ashe is the award-winning author of historical romances that reviewers call “intensely lush” and “sensationally intelligent,” including How to Be a Proper Lady, an Amazon Editors’ Choice for the 10 Best Books of the Year in Romance, and My Lady, My Lord and How to Marry a Highlander, 2015 and 2014 finalists for the prestigious RITA® Award of the Romance Writers of America. Her books are recommended by Publishers WeeklyWomen’s World Magazine, Booklist, Library Journal, Kirkus Reviews, Barnes & Noble, and many others, and translated into languages across the world.

Katharine lives in the wonderfully warm Southeast with her beloved husband, son, dog, and a garden she likes to call romantic rather than unkempt. A professor of European History, she writes fiction because she thinks modern readers deserve grand adventures and breathtaking sensuality too. For more about Katharine’s books, please visit her website or write to her at PO Box 51702, Durham, NC 27717.

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When a Scot Loves a Lady 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 55 reviews.
NavyWave62 More than 1 year ago
AWESOME - AWESOME - AWESOME Loved this book! My heart ache for Leam and Kitty, all the ups and downs in their relationship. Just when you thought things would work out for them, (near the end of the book), a huge twist was thrown in by this author. Highly recommend this book - loved not only the main character's but just loved the secondary ones too. On the Falcon Club 2!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great start to a new series. The first few chapters were a bit slow then it picked up. The ending was a bit rushed for my tastes. The main characters were both warm and mysterious! The plot had me on the edge of my seat!! Cant wait to read about Jian in the next book, well done Mrs. Ashe :)
MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
WHEN A SCOT LOVES A LADY by Katharine Ashe is an exciting historical romance set in 1813 London,England. It is the first in “A Falcon Club” series.This is the story of Falcon club agent,Lord Leam Blackwood,a Scottish lord,who has returned to England from his Scotland estate. And Kitty Sevage,a spinster who not only warms his blood but who he causes her heart to beat fast. But will secrets,and deception keep them apart. When an enemy threatens to destroy their lives,both most come face to face with an enemy who would kill them both. A fast paced,action packed,adventure filled story of love,passion,desire,betrayal,the Crown’s work,and a powerful story of love,forgiveness,and romance. A must read! This story will appeal to anyone who enjoys historical romance, adventure,a bit of mystery,suspense,Regency England and a spy or two. The Falcon Club members are an intriguing group who are named for Birds of Prey: Eagle,Sea Hawk,Raven, and Sparrow and who are not spies or so they say. I can hardly wait for the next installment in this intriguing series. Received for an honest review from the publisher. Details can be found at Avon Books, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers,the author’s website and My Book Addiction and More. RATING: 4.5 HEAT RATING: MILD: Mild detailed scenes of intimacy,mild violence or profanity REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction and More
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a book I will absolutely read again...and again. Slow for the first couple of chapters but the steamy love scenes and intrigue made up for that. I love it when I think I know what is going to happen, but then the totally unexpected happens! If you enjoy a GREAT page-turner, do not waste time contemplating getting this one. Just buy it now, grab snacks and a drink and settle down for a wonderful ride! THANK YOU, Mrs. Ashe. I cant wait for more from you.
BigRube More than 1 year ago
I loved the characters, the situation, the humor, and the (sigh) romance. In fact, I enjoyed it so much, I went and bought and read the second in this series and am waiting for the third. I also recommended the author to my mother.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Ah, to roam once more on the Moor! To be simply Aseidia, daughter of Gilgalesh, not the Magyc Thief. <br> I gripped the tome of spells and enchantments against my chest firmly, knowing I had only to repeat such a stunt of thievery thrice, and every tome of Magyc across the lands of Pipringard would be in my guarded protection. <br> As I stepped into the bright light of morning of the Drand, Ancient Orthalon's trees whispered behind me menacingly. The Forest knew I had once again escaped its challenges and found my path out of the ever changing Woods. <br> I could see there on the Moor, far on the horizon, where stood Illi, the Great Willow. Around the great Tree, barely visible from my marching path, were the several tents of the pupils of Gilgalesh. <br> Picking up my pace, I began to run across the Moor, swift as a gazelle. Elvish blood ran thick in my veins; swift running, and long endurance become second nature after a long period of my father's training. A sprint without respite across the wide Drand was hard, but quite within my limit. I could have gone much longer had the need arose. <br> I arrived by the Willow around noontide, when Gilgalesh oversaw the training of his pupils, a well as two other warriors, whom were teachers themselves. Gilgalesh stood with his back to my approach, but I knew a surely as the Dawn, that he knew of my being there. <br> Not far from my father, stood Rolawin, who was sparring with another student, using a length of wood. The wood helped so that the worst injury one could aquire was a severe bruise. <br> Gilgalesh stood with his arms behind his back as he watched the two fight. Surprisingly, Rolawin could hold his own against his opponent, a strong looking Elf-maid, whose long, golden hair streamed behind her as she danced around the hunter, fighting him with no quarter. <br> Rolawin's fair face was a picture of pure concentration, while the Elf-maid continued to block his assaults. <br> Then suddenly, it appeared to be pure luck or a fluke, the Elf-maid's length of wood was sent spinning out of her hand by Rolawin. After a bit of shock, the two bowed respectfully to each other. <br> I then walked over to Gilgalesh. "Father," said I, placing a hand on his broad shoulder. "I see you have taken on the lad," I commented. <br> "Indeed, daughter," replied Gilgalesh. "He will make a fine warrior, without any doubt," told the Wise. He looked down at me with an ageless face, neither young nor old, with a hint of a smile around his serious face. <br> "I am most certainly glad of that," said I, looking away from his face, and around the camp of tents. "Resh told testimony that my enchantment of protection works," I imformed him. "Also did I succeed in stealing Ratokst's tome of Magyc. None of his bounty hunters could capture me." I looked over to where Rolawin has standing, breathing heavily after the hard spar. <br> "Quite so, Aseidia." <br> "The lad was one of them," told I, in a lowered voice. "But he chose to follow me into Orthalon, instead." <br> "The young man also just now defeated one of my fellow teachers," Gilgalesh informed me, turning away from me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
SLOW START..Then a boring section...Then all the people to try to learn. One busy story . Stay with it..it gets good. This book has approximtly 294 pages The first book to the (a falcon club series) The second book is HOW TO BE A PROPER LADY...289 pages...........enjoy.......D
Midniteiz99 More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book! In fact, I enjoyed it SO much that as soon as I finished it I immediately purchased the next two in the trilogy. I think Katharine Ashe is an AWESOME writer,  and now in my new favorites list. Though this was the first book I've read of hers, I was amazed at the detail and development of the characters. Before anyone says she didn't use the correct spelling etc. they need to consider the time, the place , the culture, and the dialect. ... I thought she did a MARVELOUS job of getting the Scots spelling of the words correct so as to give the reader the chance to mentally imagine this beautiful man and his super sexy voice. I hope they are able to come out with an audio version using a narrator who can perfect the Scots language/pronunciation. I would swoop that up in a hurry. The detail in the set up of the characters, Leam and Kitty, was perfect. Their story was filled with laughter as well as tears while the ending really throws you for a loop. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who truly enjoys historical romance!  If you aren't into reading about Braw men and fair lassies, then you may prefer some other type of story, however, in my opinion.... this is up at the top of the lists of greats.  Well done Ms. Ashe! Bravo! And thank you for the hours of entertainment I enjoyed while I was sitting on the edge of my seat and unable to put the book down. Just started the story of Jinan last night. Yeah! 
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I would have love this book if only he would not have spoken words I and are sure others will have a hard time understanding but it was a good book over all. Ms. D
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Sflakes01 More than 1 year ago
Not that much of a history buff but I really enjoyed Leam and Kitty's story. Good read!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
KATHARINE ASHE IS A FIRST RATE HISTORICAL ROMANCE NOVELIST.   When  A Scot Loves A Lady is the first in Katharine Ashe's Falcon Club Series.  And a great series it is.   As a matter of fact every, single book that Katharine writes is truly outstanding, in my opinion.   Her plots are rich, her characters are deep, and the relationships of her heroes and heroines are mature.   After I finish any one of her books,  others pale by comparison.  I have loved her since her first romance, Swept Away By A Kiss,  and I have never been disappointed.  I read When A Scot Loves A Lady, as well as the next two in the Falcon Club series, one after the other  Can't wait for the next two in this series!.
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Fun read, interesting characters, what i expexted from the summary with a bit of something more.
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