Review: A Devil In Scotland


Title: A Devil In Scotland | Author: Suzanne Enoch |

Series: No Ordinary Hero #3

Publisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks | Publication Date: January 30, 2018

Sold by: Macmillan | Genre: Historical Romance | Paperback: 320 pages

The dawning of desire
1806, Scotland. Wild, reckless Callum MacCreath is in no hurry to become someone’s husband. But when his responsible, steady older brother Ian announces his engagement to their childhood friend Rebecca, Callum makes a startling discovery: he wants the lovely young lass for himself. But it’s too late, and when Ian banishes him for his duplicity, Callum is only too happy to leave Scotland forever.

…is delicious and dangerous
1816: Marrying Ian was the practical, logical thing for Becca to do. But once Callum sailed away to America, she missed his rakish charm and lust for life. Now Becca is a widow when a much-changed Callum returns to his Scottish homeland. Will he remember their spirited, fiery connection or does he blame her for his brother’s unexpected death? This time neither of them can deny their scorching attraction. But will their hearts be burned in the blazing heat of scandal?


The last book in A No Ordinary Hero novel entitled A Devil in Scotland, penned by Suzanne Enoch, and published under the St. Martin’s Press imprint. Bring us the story of Callum MacCreath who in 1806 tries to stop the marriage of his childhood Rebecca to his older brother. With one misstep, Ian banishes him, by then Callum was happy to leave Scotland forever. But before he left he left a warning to his brother that to keep his enemy close.
Now in 1816, Callum learns that his brother regarded his warning a little too late. Now Callum finds himself back in Scotland to keep his promise to his brother and the leader of the Maxwell clan who Callum knows murdered his brother.
Sparks again fly when Callum reunites with Rebecca. And with his return, he must keep not only Rebecca safe but his brother daughter as well.

I read one other title in this series, besides this one, and didn’t enjoy it the novel as much as I did A Devil in Scotland. A Devil in Scotland lied more heavenly on the drama which I really enjoy when it comes to Historical Romance. With a well-developed plot and enjoyable characters. A Devil in Scotland is one novel you would want to add to your reading shelf.




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