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All Scot and Bothered is the second audiobook in the stunning Devil You Know series by USA Today best-selling author Kerrigan Byrne!

They are a dangerous duke, a fierce lord, and an infamous earl - dark, bold, brave men who know exactly what they want. And there is only one woman who can bring them to their knees....

He is first and foremost - at everything. A man who’s made his own way through ruthless cunning and sheer force of will. A strong and imposing Scot who can turn on the charm but does not suffer fools. His title: Lord Chief Justice of the High Court. His name: Cassius Gerard Ramsay. His mission: to investigate the goings-on at London's most notorious gaming hell, owned and operated by one of the most intriguing and desirable women he’s ever met.

In this game of love, the rules do not apply.

Cecelia Teague was an orphan facing a rather dire future - until a secret benefactor from her mother’s scandalous past swept into her life. Sent to prestigious boarding school and later to university, Cecelia believed high society was at her fingertips....Then, from out of nowhere, she became the inheritor of a gambling establishment. Now, Cecelia must live two lives: one as a proper lady who finds herself undeniably drawn to Lord Ramsay and the other as a savvy gaming hell owner trying to save her business from the very same man. He has no idea she is both women...and Cecelia would like to keep it that way. But what happens when consuming passion and escalating danger threaten to reveal the truth?

A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin's Paperbacks

"With the Devil You Know series, Byrne once again delivers the beautifully nuanced characters and seductive storytelling her readers have come to expect." (Booklist)

©2020 Kerrigan Byrne (P)2020 Macmillan Audio

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Kerrigan delivers again

You won’t be disappointed in this book! The Author delivers with her story and her words and the narrator is far and above any I’ve ever listened to. I cannot rate his performance high enough. Not only does he easily switch from himself to character to character, man, woman or child, but he REMEMBERS each and every voice across several stories and books. I love how his “Christopher Argent” voice in book 2 of her Victorian Rebel series, is the same in books one, three, five, six and seven! I love Kerrigan Byrne and I love Derek Perkins!!

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Wonderful!!!

As an Audible reader of approx 1000 titles, my preference for romance stories by Kerrigan Byrne and narration by Derek Perkins should weigh merit. KB and DP knock it out of the park every time. My only complaint is that this is a series and the length of time between stories causes me to forget some details. I love how this story addressed the overweight friend, Cecil, and made her an amazing heroine. So many people can relate to this character, all the integrity, grit and loyalty found not only in her but how friends see Cecil. Mr. Perkins is my all time favorite narrator. I melt at his every word. This is a series not to miss, it is a well written " who dun it book" you could read it as a single but I don't recommend that as so many details are referenced from other stories. I can't wait for the next installment.

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Everything is not like it seems.

This is a great story. I love the second of the Devil You Know series. I like the narrator. He did a great job.

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Action packed beginning to end

Kerrigan and Derek are a force to be reckoned with. The two of them together in the writing and the reading these stories takes one to a different time and place. Thank you both for sharing your talents. I really enjoyed the two books in this series. I wait for the last book with bated breath. I should have looked for the last book before starting the series though as I hate waiting. ☹️ I have only one complaint: Could we do without “God damming everything”??? It does not help the story line or the character development.

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Love it

I don’t know what it is about tube combination but I love Perkins reading Byrne. Wonderful book can’t wait for the third installment!

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Excellent

I have come to love Kerrigan Byrne books. I would always skip over this author, as I thought I would be "stuck in the highlands", but the writing is great and not a kilt in sight. Her heros are flawed, but wonderful. The women are smart, strong and not just a beautiful doll in lovely gowns. I really like the way that the characters develop and change. Both the h/h transform for the better through their interaction. They learn from each other and you can feel their loneliness dissolve as they come together. The story is exciting, interesting and full of delightful side characters that are so likeable. The twists and turns in this book keep you guessing and the end , which is never really in doubt, is worth waiting for. I loved the first book in this series and this one is just as good. KB's easy flow and characters that are mature and intelligent is a welcome change from reading about some empty headed characters in HR. The narrator is fantastic. The only character he could not do very well is the little girl...but you can't have everything! DP is the perfect voice for a book with so many strong men I can't recommend this book enough. I am just sorry I have to wait for the last book in the series....hopefully it will be here soon!!

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Brilliant

Kerrigan Byrne is an extraordinary writer. She definitely keeps it coming. Derek Perkins is an awesome narrator. I love everything that he reads. His voice, diction, accents.....I mean he does it all!!

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only one thing.

I really really needed an epilog to finish this. As the first book had one that was so sweet, I was hoping that it would pick up from there. But... it's still a fantastic book.

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another great story!

loved this story! the characters were so engaging that I could not put it down until the end, and wow the surprises!

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If I wanted to read a contemporary romance.

If I wanted to read a contemporary romance, I would. I read Regency books for escape. Social media is lousy with lectures on modern relations between the sexes. I don't need pages of modern sensibilities in a book that is supposed to be set in the 1800s. Some of the attitudes and actions of the women in this book are silly and unbelievable, and the men are nothing but charectures that are sounding boards for the out of place and time actions of the women. The early books of this series are more easily digested and believable than the ones in these latter volumes. DNF. Could not stand one more lecture on the battle of the sexes better suited to the 1980s. Always love Derek Perkins.