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How to Train Your Highlander (Broadswords and Ballrooms Book 3) Kindle Edition
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But, I did enjoy the humor and banter. Our h was fierce and unafraid, great character. I loved how they met and the witty exchanges.
The storyline about her brother and Ms Pru seemed like an afterthought. Everything what happens to this couple seemed to be off page and I was confused. At times I thought maybe my eReader skipped parts, but it is such a small part of the story that it didn't matter just made me wonder WHAT?
The sex is mildly descriptive and mostly outside marriage. The secondary character's were so richly written too and enhanced the story.
I would have enjoyed an epilogue to see how she handled her new position. The romance builds slowly which was perfect. We do get HEA and it was an interesting road to get there. (Ljb)
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Series:Broadswords and Ballrooms #3
Reviewer: Barb Massabrook (of)
Tartan Book Reviews
Harold, the duke was called Harry through most of the book by Mary Elizabeth, so I think I will do the same.Read more