Followers

Posted by : Kinsey Book Reviewer 8.23.2015




*Book & Details provided by Net Galley in exchange for honest review.*

Description

A lady and an outlaw…When straitlaced spinster Margaret Andrews tries to stop her headstrong younger sister Amelia from eloping with the wrong man, the last thing she expects is to be caught in a coach accident. Stranded in Scotland with a dangerously handsome Highlander, she must put aside her genteel sensibilities and learn to survive.

Cain Sinclair rescues the prim and proper Margaret, but he knows she’ll never want a man like him. As a self-proclaimed sinner, he lives his life from one day to the next. He unravels every thread of decorum she possesses, tempting her to throw away propriety.

Margaret sees a man worth saving, but Cain fights her efforts to reform him. When Cain risks everything to save his brother from the hangman's noose, Margaret must break all the rules to get him back…or lose him forever.

My Thoughts:
Can you hear me sigh? Seriously. Here's another that I didn't catch a series from the beginning. If you've been following my recent reviews, you'll know this is starting to make me feel as though I haven't been paying much attention to all the authors out there. In allowing for full disclosure, I have read viking romance by this author so I was curious as to where things would go with this.

The great part? There were three plots/story lines working their way through the story. I love when more than one thing is going on. However, at points I wondered if perhaps it was too much and perhaps drawing away from the main concept of what was the real story of this novel.

There were also several unrealistic parts based on the time period and setting of the story. However, all in all not a bad read.



 My Rating: 3 of 5

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