Scandalous Scot Paperback – May 9, 2020
An Amazon Book with Buzz: "Sweet Sorrow" by David Nicholls
"With fully fleshed-out characters, terrific dialogue, bountiful humor, and genuinely affecting scenes, this is really the full package of a rewarding, romantic read."—Booklist Learn more
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It was a saga so full of love, of strong, close familiar relationships that I felt attached to them and sharing their stories with a smile.
The difference between ages was kind of humorous with all the language differences and customs. It was funny in some way and not tragic as other time travelling stories. They should make a movie or a series. It would be a success.
I had to hold my breath until the finale because I feared not everything was going to end well! But thank to the authors I enjoyed every minute of my readings. Sometimes I wished more active participation of the brothers together and I felt sometimes also confused by certain attitudes or situations, but the final reunion was awesome, and I like that the writers spare us of too much blood shed or suffering, they aimed directly to the point of interest without delaying the story with superfluous matters. Great!
In Scotland. Ian the youngest brother has had issues with his feeling of
Living up to expectations of his older brothers.
Mairi Kelbrue was the only daughter to the Laird Alexander. He was a very religious man.
Mairi did not have much self confidence due to the mark on face.
Ian and Mairi meet quite suddenly and a world wind of events happen.
Great wrap up to the series. Each one was enjoyable. Would love a book about them being back
In modern times seeing how they adjusted
I loved books one and three!
Books two and four would have a perfect too, if it hadn't
used the F word! That wasn't necessary at all!
This review is for all four books.