Seven Nights with a Scot

Seven Nights with a Scot

by Gerri Russell

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Overview

History and romance capture the extraordinary drama of the North Berwick witch trials

As witch hunt fervor sweeps across Scotland, it is even more challenging for Vivian Sinclair to hide her gifts of precognition and healing—and more dangerous. Her guardian, King James, betroths Vivian to one of his most loyal warriors thinking the powerful Douglas clan can keep her safe, but when Quinn Douglas arrives to take Vivian to his twin brother as a bride, he barely thwarts a mob calling to burn the witch. He rescues Vivian, and they begin the perilous journey to her new home.

When a powerful man wants Vivian dead, their escape across Scotland places Quinn and Vivian in daily peril and is besieged by the attraction sizzling between them. With each day and each mile, he finds himself falling more deeply in love with his twin's betrothed. He cannot betray his brother, and he's pledged to serve his king, but Quinn cannot imagine letting Vivian go.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161196892
Publisher: Tule Publishing Inc.
Publication date: 02/21/2019
Series: All the Kings Men , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 13,998
File size: 608 KB

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Seven Nights with a Scot 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
good quick read. ending a little fast but a fast pace read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The characters are emotional and realistic. It is easy to identify with their feelings of love, loyalty, fear, trust and the terror when running from danger. It was never explained why the witch hunter had so much hatred. It alluded that his mother wanted him dead and he had scars inside and outwardly. But it did not go into depth. It almost seemed that he took great pleasure in terrorizing and torturing those accused of witchcraft. The lead female character was kind, thoughtful, respectful and had a good loving heart. She was taught in the healing arts using herbs and such to help people who were ill. She also kept her gift of precognition a secret lest people thought she was a witch. When she received a vision, she only used it for good, to protect others or to help others. The lead male character is one of the King's inner circle of warriors. He is assigned to retrieve our heroine for his brother as they are betrothed. But one thing leads to another and our heroine is betrayed by those who accepted her kindness of healing. The hero did not believe in witchcraft but realized that plenty of people did. It was going to be a hard-fought journey to get our heroine to her betrothed. A very good story. I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review.
georgia1 More than 1 year ago
An exciting adventure across Scotland that will hold you enthralled until you turn the last page. History comes alive as the author sets the scene of the times full of unrest and of people looking to blame those they accused of witchery. Lady Vivian Sinclair had been a ward of the King of Scotland since the passing of her parents. She was a great healer but also had the gift of seeing the future. A blessing but also a curse for those would accuse her of being a witch. The King sends her to be married to an older friend of his, who would protect her, but that only lasted a short time due to the man's death. Fearing for her life, she is rescued by Quinn Douglas who is to take her to his twin brother to wed by order of the King. Their treacherous journey begins to her new home, but there is a powerful man who wants her dead. In danger every day as they travel, an attraction begins to form between Vivian and Quinn. But she is meant for his brother? What can they do? This is a new author to me and I am so glad I found her! Looking forward to reading more of this new series and I highly recommend you do not miss this one! Lori Dykes
mikMK More than 1 year ago
This book takes place the 1590's when it was considered evil and witchery if you had visions and made medicinal healing teas with herbs. This story brings to life how these people were misunderstood and the challenges they faced.