The Scot’s Bride (The MacGregors: Highland Heirs #6)

Title: The Scot’s Bride

Author: Paula Quinn / Series: The MacGregors: Highland Heirs #6)

Print Length: 385 pages / Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1455535338

Publisher: Forever  / Publication Date: October 31, 2017

Sold by: Hachette Book Group


AN IRRESISTIBLE SCOUNDREL
Highlander Patrick MacGregor likes his life just the way it is. Fighting for his coin, enjoying a woman’s charms, and bearing no responsibility at all? Aye, that’s the life for him. That is, until Patrick sees her-a raven-haired beauty with eyes as dark as midnight. Patrick swore never to fall in love. Not even with a lass as wild as he…especially when she’s from a rival clan.

AN UNDENIABLE DESIRE
Charlotte Cunningham knows Patrick is trouble the moment she sets eyes on him. Her only goal is to escape the possibility of marriage. Any marriage. But as the summer days turn into sultry nights, enticing her beyond reason, Charlie is forced to choose between the freedom she craves and the reckless rogue she can’t forget.

An intriguing Scottish romance with similarities to the historical past.
This is book #6 in The MacGregors: Highland Heirs series penned by Paula Quinn. If you ever watch the movie “Hatfield & McCoy” and enjoyed. Then you’re in for a real treat. Because The Scot’s Bride to me seems slightly similar to the drama that went on with the family.
But instead of the Hatfield & McCoy, we get the Cunningham & Fergusons/Macgregor, and this story has a happier ending than those two feuding families.
Charlotte MacGregor couldn’t wait to break free of her family which consists of her father, two brothers and a younger sister. Or I should say break free of her male relatives. When Charlotte and Patrick meet it wasn’t pleasant, whereby, Charlotte took him out with her slingshot. Now Patrick was being held, if he keeps how he is related to the Fergusons to himself, he may get out of captivity with everything intact. Well, almost everything. Because the longer he’s stays around Charlotte the more likely he will lose his heart.
The Scot’s Bride was a fast past and kept your interest throughout the telling of the story. The hero was extremely strong and bursting with charisma that you as a reader couldn’t help but love his character.
I don’t much about Ms. Quinn for this would be my second title written by her. But I can say her writing of historical romance rates right up there with Hannah Howell and Julie Garwood.
Fans of Historical romances will most certainly enjoy this story.

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