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Publisher Description

Highlander Ronan Maclaren must marry, but he’s in no particular hurry. He’s perfectly happy as the laird of his clan, running the Maclaren Whisky Distillery, and besides, he just hasn’t found the right woman.

Lady Imogen Kinley has cleverly avoided wedlock for years. Men, she has learned from painful experience, are not to be trusted. Determined to remain independent, she takes an indecent amount of pleasure in making herself as unattractive to potential suitors as possible.

When desperate measures are taken by their parents and a betrothal contract is signed, it’s loathing at first sight. They each vow to make the other cry off—by any means necessary. But what starts out as a battle of wits...quickly dissolves into a battle of wills.

Each book in the Tartans & Titans series is STANDALONE:
* Sweet Home Highlander
* A Lord for the Lass
* What a Scot Wants

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2019
August 26
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
405
Pages
PUBLISHER
Entangled Publishing, LLC
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
2.3
MB

Customer Reviews

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What a Scot Wants

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Entangled Publishing via NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

This book was a wonderful story and I wished that I could give it more stars than 5. It reminds me of why I LOVE historical romance. I took my time reading this as I was savoring it. These two characters were a joy to read. What they were going to do next kept me glued to my e-reader. Both Highlander Ronan Maclaren and Lady Imogen Kinley are being forced to marry. Neither of them have married due to incidents in each of their past. Neither can they forfeit for it they do, each will lose something valuable to them. They have to get the other to cry off. They were hilarious in their early attempts. I could really picture the scenes as the writers really did great job in giving just enough description and left the rest for me to fill in.

The journey to a HEA was filled with laughs, intrigue, mystery and prior love interests on each side. I adored the dual POV format that the story is written in. Getting that glimpse into the thoughts behind the characters' actions really helped me to connect with them. It also allowed me to see the chemistry between them.

I have not read any of the prior books in this series or the books in the other series that dealt with Ronan's family. That didn't impede me from enjoying this story.

There was one scene that could make offend some. It was of a sexual scene that was written in a manner that really should not offend as it left much more to the reader's imagination. If you love historical romance, then this is one for you. I highly recommend it!!!

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