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Scottish rogue Brodie Kincade has never met a woman he didn't like...or didn't want to seduce.

And he's about to meet his match in sweet-tempered, often overlooked Lydia Hunt, an English lady he mistakes for her scheming sister who hopes to snatch him up for a husband.

Contains mature themes.

©2020 Lauren Smith (P)2020 Tantor

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The Father Sucks so Hard.

TRULY loved the story nothing but ramblings about the only and biggest grievance I had with the story to follow.... Probably spoilers.



Mr. Hunt sucked! (He might make an amazing husband but he's an awful Father.)

Lydia is even able to show some anger, and rightly so, for her sister, yet not one word or even slightly sad or angry action tword her father. Even Brody got a punch in the face! like God damn the Dad doesn't even apologize for being so careless with her. Then he gets all over protective like he has any right when he has been the worst of all. He even he acknowledges he's a cad to himself. That's the only part of the story that Rankled for me. Seriously There needed to be some kinda "I failed you" or "what can I give you" (since he's all about the material things with indulging Portia) all Lydia got was a hug when he caught up to her finally and it apparently was a group hug with her viper of a sister. idk some kind of moment other then Jane acknowledge her now and JANE making her feel cared for now. WE ALL KNOW JANE IS SWEET AND KIND AND AN AMAZING PARENT TOO BAD HER NEW SPOUSE ISN'T!

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Brilliant narration!

Heather Wilds is brilliant once again in her narrating skills. She pulls off the Scottish accent well. The story was good however it was just a little bit too long and I started losing interest, Heather’s narration was the only reason I finished this book.