Setting: Scottish Highlands and London. Year not given, but the Regent was mentioned. Genre: Regency romance Narration: I put off buying this ..Show More »book for a long, long time because I just can't like Anne Flosnik. Her narration takes some of the enjoyment out of it for me. The vocal register between male and female characters is off. Her voice bothers me. She didn't do badly with the Scottish accent, but I've heard better. Oh well... I enjoyed the premise of the book very much. Rowena, a Highland lass, runs away to London so she can have a Season. Big brother Ranulf comes after her, but subsequently agrees to stay two weeks. Most of the conflict in the story involves Charlotte, the 25 year old "spinster", trying to explain how Ranulf should conduct himself while in London, and how resistant he is to behaving as she suggests. She speaks her mind, rather than kowtowing to him as members of his clan do. I like that it wasn't love at first sight, then a quick jump into bed early on. The relationship develops prior to sex. There are a couple of instances of somewhat well described sex, but nowhere near erotica. A secondary conflict is the tension between Ranulf and members of another clan, who are in Town at the same time. There's violence, but not too graphic. Worth the credit? Yes, if you can stand the narration. Part of me wishes I'd just gotten it in paper or e-book form.