SOME LIKE IT SCOT
ISBN-10: 0758250878/ 13: 9780758250872
Brava, an imprint of Kensington Publishing Corp.
Rating: 4 Cups
Graham MacLeod must marry or lose his beloved home to some interloper thanks to an ancient pact. He leaves Scotland and flies to Maryland to hunt down his bride.
Katie McAuley is getting ready to marry the wrong man; a man who is being linked to her for business purposes. If only she could find a way to grow a backbone and tell her domineering family that she will not be happy, then she could get on with her life and leave this farce behind.
When Graham realizes that Katie is marrying another man, he exclaims his displeasure and finds himself leading the bride away from her own wedding and toward his home in Scotland. She is thankful that the handsome Scot had stopped her wedding, but now she has a new dilemma. If she helps Graham keep his land by marrying him, she will be leaving one business wedding for another. Sometimes fate has a way of showing us just what our future holds, and Katie and Graham will find the answers to their problems in a unique and sensual way.
Some Like it Scot starts off pretty evenly, but the sexual tension along with the time restraint builds the plot into a crescendo that you thoroughly enjoy. Ms. Kauffman has a vivid imagination, bringing forth this compelling story with a very sexy Scot who leaves you fanning yourself just from imagining his brogue. The obligations that both Katie and Graham had were heavy with irony; Katie wants out of her family obligation, Graham is trying to find a different solution to his, and in the end Katie leaves her detested duty behind to help Graham with one that is quite similar to hers. I thought adding the mysterious visions the characters had was a brilliant strategy and leaves the reader trying to guess what would happen next. Whether you are a fan of a sexy Scot, a strong woman, Ms. Kauffman, or just romance in general you will enjoy reading this novel.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More