She never wanted marriage...
When a friend is forced to consider a marriage of convenience, Lady Amelia Staunton is determined to rescue her. But her plans trap her in an illicit seduction, and Amelia must marry him herself. Malcolm's all-consuming kisses and devilish humor might make up for her lost freedom, but she believes he will force her to abandon the Gothic romances she yearns to write. Since she can't escape him, she must distract him from her secret...
He isn't looking for love...
A powerful autocrat with a well-hidden rebellious streak, Malcolm MacCabe doesn't need another beautiful mistress - he needs an obedient wife. Obedience is not one of Amelia's virtues. But he's too enthralled by her wit and passion to let her go - even if it means risking the political reputation he is building to save his clan.
Their hearts can't survive the scandal...
Despite their intentions, every wicked embrace binds them together. But as their conflicting desires combust into insatiable hunger and unavoidable ruin, they must decide whether to pursue their personal destinies alone - or fight for the love that could destroy them both.
Series: Muses of Mayfair #2
Previous Book: Heiress Without A Cause, Muses of Mayfair #1 - available now!
Next Book: The Marquess Who Loved Me, Muses of Mayfair #3 - available now!
Genre: Regency Historical
Setting: Scotland/London, 1812
Length: 94,000 words (full-length novel)
You may like this if you like: arranged marriages, compromising situations, secret writers, female friendships, reiving, hot Scottish earls, and sexy kisses in moonlit libraries
"The Muses of Mayfair series is a rollicking riot of misadventure for four unconventional women... Beautifully written by brilliant new author Sara Ramsey, readers must not miss a single book in this lively series." - SingleTitles.com
"Sara Ramsey makes Scotsmen Prefer Blondes throb with life. The sparkling humor, sensual, sizzling love scenes (my gracious, do they rev up the heart rate!), dialogue that keeps the reader on full alert, the undercurrent of suspense, compelling descriptions of people and places, plus characters so strong they almost jump off the pages with energy and determination keeps one turning pages." - Camellia, Long and Short Reviews
"I am declaring myself an irrevocable fan of Sara Ramsey. Heiress Without A Cause was good, but Scotsmen Prefer Blondes is even better. The interaction between the characters...was AWESOME. The sensual tension had me on my toes." - Evie Knight, In Love With Romance
"A delicious tale, SCOTSMEN PREFER BLONDES, the second novel in talented author Sara Ramsey's MUSES OF MAYFAIR series, is a witty, passionate battle of wills. This enticing historical romance will captivate readers from the very beginning...Combining passion, suspense, secrets, clever repartee, humor, betrayal, romance and love, Ms. Ramsey has penned a winner." - Dottie, Romance Junkies
"Scotsmen Prefer Blondes is an enjoyable read because of the ease that Sara Ramsey poses the simple yet complexly interlaced story conflicts. Romance scenes are titillating and steamy hot...Very nicely done, Ms. Ramsey!" - Viviane Crystal, Crystal Book Reviews
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Scotsman Prefer Blondes by Sara Ramsey
Amelia & Prudence are the best of friends as they both belong to a circle of friends in which each member holds a secret. The women go to meet a possible match for Prudence only to find that Amelia is seduced by Malcolm the bridegroom to be. He is not interested in Prudence and causes a rift between their mother's and the young women. Prudence and her mother are in desperate need of the money the marriage would bring.
This book was the second in the series and the first I've read by this author. She certainly had a lot of intimate moments throughout and lots of interesting twists and turns. Definitely for adult readers.
Great story telling!
Don’t do it
The characters in this book are inconsistent, and the main conflict is not hard to solve. Even at fewer than 400 pages, frankly, this book felt interminable, with repetition and fluff that seemed to be thrown in simply to pad the page count. Though she writes great synopses and has interesting ideas, I will not be reading another of Sara Ramsey’s novels.