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You've Got Plaid: Enemies-to-Lovers Romance in the Scottish Highlands (Prince Charlie's Angels Book 3) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08DHMF14J
- Publisher : Sourcebooks Casablanca (May 25, 2021)
- Publication date : May 25, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 3899 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 314 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #237,086 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I have been hooked by this series since it’s first book has been published, and while it is darker than my usual read, it depicts the time period as it was with all its shades of grey and blood.
As all the events are centered around the timeframe of the battle of Culloden, a very bleak episode in the Scotland history.
Brogan is a warrior who has chosen a different path than the one of his clan, he is sure high-handed at the beginning, but it is his protector’s instincts that call him to shield a woman from the horrors of war and their consequences for the weakest.
Yet as they travel together, his feelings deepen as he recognizes Fiona’s drive and strong will. Thus he does what he swore to never do again, he let another someone into his heart, all the while fearing he will not be enough.
Fiona is a strong willed woman, single-minded and focused on her one assigned task, deliver messages and help the uprising of the Scotsmen against the English hegemony. So as a woman figure she is to be admired, she has à will of steel but as a romantic being she is too obsessed and unbending to completely fall for an other soul.
I loved Brogan as his protective nature won’t allow him to let her be, he also acknowledges the importance of her role and her strength, but it let him also open to be hurt. When Fiona is solely goal-oriented on her duty, which leaves no room for anyone else.
Her friends were able to open their arms and heart to their respective lover, but Fiona is too fixated on their mission outcome to really curve her path for someone else, she is not one to stay in one place, I am not sure Brogan will ever be enough for her.
Still it is an amazing read at a very agitated period, where many people became heroes with their courage as sole weapon.
𝗦𝘁𝗲𝗮𝗺 𝗹𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗹 onscreen lovemaking scene.
Immerse yourself in a time of tumult and unrest, when jacobites, loyal to Prince Charlie and their enemies were at war.
He was a Jacobite Highland soldier, who was in the middle of the fight. She delivers messages to him and other rebels to support them and was fierce in her own right. When they meet, a spark ignites.
An adventure not soon forgotten, as Eliza Knight works her magic to bring a story full of history, that was brutal and fierce. But love finds a way, even in the worst of times! Amazing!
Strong and spirited Fiona isn’t afraid to lay it all on the line to aid the Bonnie Prince in his claim to the throne.
Then she meets and strikes a deal with the cold Brogran Grant where tempers flare, hearts soften, romance buds and passion sizzles.
Brogan has also come to Culloden House to ensure the prince is safe, but instead, he finds the feisty Fiona MacBean. He knows it is not safe for any Jacobite right now, especially a woman. He tells Fiona to go home and offers to escort her, but she makes it clear that she has work to do and doesn’t need his interference. But Brogan insists, he will accompany her on her mission and then escort her home – a plan Fiona appears to agree with. But when they learn that Cumberland has ordered his men to kill any remaining Jacobite supporters, she knows that she must warn her friends and contacts and she must do it alone. She sneaks away from camp and sets out on her own. At first, Brogan is upset and wants to find her, but then realizes that he really has no chance to tracking her down and instead sets out with his men to find the prince.
Weeks pass and again their paths cross, and after a deadly confrontation with the vile Captian Boyd, Fiona agrees to travel with Brogan to find the prince and even agrees to a “fake marriage” with Brogan to protect her during the journey. A dangerous adventure that will have them chasing the prince all over the highlands.
This was a very interesting read, that was it was in my opinion, more historical fiction than romance – but despite that, it was a well-written, well-researched, gripping read that was very hard to put down. The book is filled with heartache, graphic battle/fight scenes, betrayal, loss, warm love scenes, wonderful secondary characters, a strong, likable hero, an independent heroine, and a very sweet dog. Personally, I was not a fan of the ending, I felt it was a bit melodramatic for no good reason and it definitely needed an epilogue. Had this been presented to me as a historical fiction novel, I would have had no qualms about giving it a higher rating, but it is billed as a historical romance and as a romance, I found it lacking – I didn’t feel the love between Fiona and Brogan developing, there was attraction, but there was also a serious lack of trust that caused them to doubt each other too many times for me to believe they were truly in love. This is the third book and final book in the series, but it could be read as a standalone title with no problems.
*I am voluntarily leaving a review for an eARC that I requested and was provided to me by NetGalley and the publisher. All opinions in this review are my own. *
Top reviews from other countries
This story keeps you on the edge of your seat, with the English soldiers, the raccoons, roaming around and spreading pain and destruction in their mist, all of it under Cumberland’s orders and blessings. I found that story sometimes hard to read: living in Scotland in that crucial period was quite a challenge. Death was everywhere and no one was safe; no one could be trusted. A deep dive into the heart of history. This book has got you holding your breath until the very last pages! I just wish there was an epilogue bringing everyone back together to know what has become of them.