5/5, Historical Romance, review copy


About the book:

At the behest of three of the most talented historical romance authors writing today, you are cordially invited to a ball. No, a party. No . . . a kidnapping.

Taran Ferguson, laird of his clan, is determined that his ancient (if not so honorable) birthright be secured before he dies. When both his nephews refuse to wed, the old reprobate takes matters into his own hands: he raids a ball and makes off with four likely brides . . .

Miss Marilla Chisholm—the bonniest lass in Scotland, and an heiress to boot.

Miss Fiona Chisholm—her older sister, another fine choice (but for that tiny stain on her reputation).

Lady Cecily Tarleton—true, she’s an English beauty, but very, very rich.

Miss Catriona Burns—without name or fortune, clearly someone made a mistake.

Oh, yes. And one very irate duke.

Because somewhere there must be one lady most willing to love a Scottish lord.

Sometimes when I really, really love a book it is hard to write a review. There wasn’t a single thing about this book that didn’t work for me. The three parts flow together seamlessly  As one couple gains their happily ever after the story moves right into the next couples story. The writing flows naturally and smoothly. The only way to tell that this book was written by three different authors is because we are told that it is. I loved the characters. All eight of the characters are different and unique. I loved that Marilla, Fiona, Cecily and Catriona weren’t simpering misses who fainted at being kidnapped. I especially liked Catriona who was accidentally kidnapped and lets Taran know just what she thinks about his plan. The men are also very different from each other and it was interesting to see who ended up with which lady. I made guesses at the beginning of the book based on the first few pages and managed to only get one pairing correct. If you are a fan of these authors you won’t be disappointed in THE LADY MOST WILLING…

the book girl gives THE LADY MOST WILLING a 5/5

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