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Review: A Devil in Scotland by Suzanne Enoch

The dawning of desire
1806, Scotland. Wild, reckless Callum MacCreath is in no hurry to become someone’s husband. But when his responsible, steady older brother Ian announces his engagement to their childhood friend Rebecca, Callum makes a startling discovery: he wants the lovely young lass for himself. But it’s too late, and when Ian banishes him for his duplicity, Callum is only too happy to leave Scotland forever.

…is delicious and dangerous
1816: Marrying Ian was the practical, logical thing for Becca to do. But once Callum sailed away to America, she missed his rakish charm and lust for life. Now Becca is a widow when a much-changed Callum returns to his Scottish homeland. Will he remember their spirited, fiery connection or does he blame her for his brother’s unexpected death? This time neither of them can deny their scorching attraction. But will their hearts be burned in the blazing heat of scandal?

As always I want to thank St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.

Oh talk about a great way to finally have an end to the evil man who has made the world tough for our unordinary heroes in Scotland. They way that Callum comes back and for the reason that he does is awesome. He makes a promise and once he finds out that he needs to complete that promise you are cheering him on the entire time. I have to say though one of my favorite characters wasn’t even human. Callum’s companion and protector was a wolf, one that he took care of as a cub and who became his family when he was alone in America. When she makes the trip with him back to Scotland and meets the other people who would become part of her pack she starts to protect them as well. So much so that she is willing to protect them with her life. I love who this book brought all the other heroes together and closed this amazing series.

I give this book 5 kisses.

Happy reading… Adri

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