To Scotland With Love

Enjoying the first book immensely I wanted to know more about the family and found the second book, To Scotland With Love where Gregor MacLean will be featured.

To Scotland With LoveVenetia Oglivie was in trouble as her kindness was overtaken and she found herself being abducted by a suitor. She was hoping to find a way out of the situation as she knew if it was not handle delicately she would be ruined then Gregor MacLean urged his way into the situation.

Lord Gregor MacLean wanted to roar at Venetia’s father for letting a suitor kidnap her. Gregor rode in hot pursuit after them and was successful but was not greeted with thanks from Venetia. His mission was to bring her back to London safely but soon found himself thinking differently as he saw Venetia in a new light. He would avoid temptation but for how long he did not know.

The MacLean Curse series stays strong with the second book from Karen Hawkins. She keeps it fun throughout the book which adds enjoyment to the book. I loved the interaction between Venetia and Gregor as they were both stubborn and the spark between them was instantaneous once Gregor let himself see her that way. The plot being staged at the inn was funny with all the characters who ended up to stay the night because of the snow which I loved as Gregor was the cause. I found it amusing with this curse as Gregor would make it snow and a lot of it as he was annoyed and worried about Venetia. And once again the brothers interaction was fantastic as they all come together to help out one another. I found myself missing the sister, Fiona, interaction in the story. I don’t know if Hawkins will bring her back into the stories but we will have to wait and see.

The MacLean Curse series is definitely so far one to read. Can’t wait to get to the next brother.

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