- File Size: 4801 KB
- Print Length: 139 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Anna Campbell (June 30, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 30, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GCULNK2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,014 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Stranded With The Scottish Earl Kindle Edition
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Improbabilities abound in the story--perhaps too many--but the writing is good, the characters are endearing and the story was fun, so I tied my disbelief to a bunch of helium balloons and let it float away.
The book is brief and breezy with a lovely (if highly improbable) ending, a good dog and a man who will help in the kitchen.
Miss Charlotte Warren is living the perfect life or at least she believes it is and she thought her father thought so too so she’s a little surprised and hurt when she gets a letter from him telling her that he has found the perfect husband for her. In no way will she agree to marry this stranger!
Ewan Macrae, the Earl of Lyle is looking for a bride but he never thought that he would find her in a little village in the countryside but her father (who he met in London) made him curious enough to make Ewan decide to pay her a visit. But he never thought that a spring flood would leave them secluded from the outside world. Something that works in his favor because the woman that he meets isn’t very welcoming. But he knows in his heart that she’s the woman for him. So now he has a few days to convince Charlotte that marrying him wouldn’t be a bad idea. That he’s worth it and he will prove it in any way that he can.
I really loved the banter between Charlotte and Ewan and yes, everything did go fast but that’s much in the case in novellas. And sometimes you just want that magic where one look makes someone fall in love. Where love is simple. No fear, no hesitation just the knowledge that that one person is the one for you.
The story is told from both POV's. I’m really happy that the writer Anna Campbell gave this story an epilogue! It gave this story that something more.
He came (pardon my sexual innuendo) and Anna Campbell really delivered! Phew!
The plot is, understandably, less complex than her novels; but for a novella-sized story, her characters, Lyle and Charlotte, are as robust and sensual as any well-developed novel-sized characters.
We all know people who behave rationally only part of the time, the rest of the time they're taking stupid risks and do things they might have to explain and pay for later. And that's what's about to happen, and Lyle and Charlotte know this. But, they're risk takers....
The romance theme was stepped up a couple of page-turning, fairy-tale degrees to steamy when our Cinderella doesn't just fall into bed with her sexy, handsome, and seductive PC...she literally puts one of her slippers in the middle of this charmer's bed as an announcement of her wanton wish.
Yes, there's a 2d plot...they have to rescue the livestock from flood waters; HOWEVER, by this time, there is no escaping the flood of emotions between our Cinderella and prince charming.
If you love...like... Regency romances with sizzle, I recommend you get your iced drink and enjoy Anna Campbell's story.