To Marry a Scottish Laird by Lynsay Sands


My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Same old same old but still not the same😊

Heroine disguised as a boy, used in many books

compromised and forced to marry, of course again used in many books

misunderstandings and not taking openly about feelings, again have read it countless times.

But in spite of all this, the story is charming and fun. The chemistry is excellent and both Joan and Cam are endearing characters, the small mystery element added layer to the story and love scenes were incredible. There was no gradual falling in love, it was instant attraction followed by love, forced wedding and then the realization of love and respect between them. I loved how the heroine is ignorant in many ways expected for a noble lady but she’s a great healer and thus able to save Cam’s life when he gets injured trying to save Jo’s life.

In all, an enjoyable fare in this genre.



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Blurb

Highlander Campbell Sinclair is no stranger to battle, so when he sees a lad attacked by bandits, he jumps into the fray. He didn’t count on being stabbed. Grateful to the boy for nursing him back to health, Cam offers to accompany Jo safely to his destination. But when he accidentally comes across the lad bathing in the river, Cam discovers that Jo is actually Joan…with the most sinful of curves.

Joan promised her mother that she would deliver a scroll to the clan MacKay. But traveling alone is dangerous, even disguised as a boy. When a Scottish warrior lends his aid, she is more than relieved…until he surprises her with lingering kisses and caresses that prove her disguise hasn’t fooled him. As their passion ignites, will the secrets of the scroll force a wedding…and lead to a love she’s never known?

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