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A Man In A Kilt

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A LONELY LAIRDDuncan MacDougal the laird of Blackstone was cursed centuries ago to wander as a ghost within the echoing walls of his island castle and only one woman can free him Can it be the new mistress of Blackstone just arrived from over the sea Duncan has heard that pretty Miss Elizabeth Pudding is. 45 Stars The Laird is a wonderful romance set in bo La France après Napoléon: Invasions et occupations (1814-1818) of Blackstone was cursed centuries ago to wander as a ghost within the echoing walls L'Ame de Napoléon of his island castle and Napoléon, tome 3 : L'Empereur des rois, 1806-1812 only Le second Empire one woman can free him Can it be the new mistress Napoléon et l'opéra of Blackstone just arrived from Souvenirs de campagnes du sergent Faucheur over the sea Duncan has heard that pretty Miss Elizabeth Pudding is. 45 Stars The Laird is a wonderful romance set in bo

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She crossed the threshold of Blackstone Duncan MacDougal is a tall translucent figure with black hair and piercing blue eyes Yet a mist separates him from the land of the living a mist as strong as cold steel It is said that only love can dissolve it and bring the man of her dreams to warm breathing lif. Well I can't compare this to Outlander by Diana Gab Le second Empire of Blackstone Duncan MacDougal is a tall translucent figure with black hair and piercing blue eyes Yet a mist separates him from the land Napoléon et l'opéra of the living a mist as strong as cold steel It is said that Souvenirs de campagnes du sergent Faucheur only love can dissolve it and bring the man Nouvelle Histoire de la France contemporaine, tome 10 : Les Débuts de la troisième République, 1871-1898 of her dreams to warm breathing lif. Well I can't compare this to Outlander by Diana Gab

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No than a cook and she hails from a barbarous land called the Bronx But she must learn the ways of a lady all the same and she must stay at Blackstone for six long months to inherit 'Tis time enough to teach her and time enough to woo her AN ENCHANTING LADYBeth has seen the handsome specter from the day. The Laird is a reprint of A Man in A Kilt which is Eugène Varlin : Aix origines du mouvement ouvrier of a lady all the same and she must stay at Blackstone for six long months to inherit 'Tis time enough to teach her and time enough to woo her AN ENCHANTING LADYBeth has seen the handsome specter from the day. The Laird is a reprint L'affaire Dreyfus, vérités et légendes of A Man in A Kilt which is


10 thoughts on “A Man In A Kilt

  1. says:

    While I did enjoy some aspects of this story some also left me just wanting I’m always a sucker for time travel romances involving ghosts and curses but I also enjoy getting the back story about why and how the curse was set not just seeing it broken and everyone living happily ever after So that did affect my enjoyment of the story a bit I wanted to know the how and why Other than that it was uite an enjoyable story


  2. says:

    45 Stars The Laird is a wonderful romance set in both modern times and in the historic highlands of Scotland  It tells the story of Beth a young woman with a heart breaking background whose spirit and inner beauty captured my heart right from the very beginning Beth is the antithesis of most heroines in romance novels in the sense that she is described as 'plain' in appearance She desperately longs to love and be loved but has resigned herself to a life without this heart's desireShe unexpectedly inherits a castle in Scotland which is haunted by a ghost who has been trapped by a curse She could be the chosen one who can break this curse but he won't know unless he takes her back in time with himSandy Blair has woven a wonderful tale of love honour clan loyalty betrayal and adventure I found myself fascinated by Beth's experiences in her time travel to the past and Blair writes with a humour I really enjoyed and I found myself chuckling aloud on many occasions Duncan the hero is a sexy hunk of a man with a strong sense of honour and bravery This book was a delight from beginning to end and I would recommend it to romance lovers of all kinds 


  3. says:

    Read this as part of The Perfect Ten collection ebook This was a combination of both a paranormal time travel and Scottish historical book It starts off in present day where Beth inherits a Scottish castle not knowing the history behind it When she gets there she finds its not uite up to 20th Century living and goes about trying to restore it She also know there is a sexy ghost haunting the castle and after its explained who he is she just accepts it Duncan MacDougal was cursed to live this life centuries ago The first couple of chapters before he presents himself to Beth are uite humorous with his trying to understand a modern woman and her ways Even though she is plain in looks and not his typical type of woman he realizes that she is the woman that can finally break the curse and while she is sleeping puts on his family ring which transports them back to 1409 Scotland Once they are in 1409 only Elizabeth remembers where she came from So from this point its really a historical book Of the two periods in the books I did prefer the current day ghost story over the Highland historical but love did conuer all in the end


  4. says:

    Thoroughly enjoyable light romance with time travel and ghosts


  5. says:

    The Laird is a reprint of A Man in A Kilt which is out of print now If you have read or have a copy of the original book there is no need to get The Laird Nevertheless The Laird is a page turner The story is amazing fully of twists and turns The book is well written and well edited I have really enjoyed this book


  6. says:

    wow this one was BAD sorry lynn BAD


  7. says:

    I read this book as part of a set of ten books The Perfect Ten I had no idea what to expect and was pleasantly surprised to really like it


  8. says:

    Well I can't compare this to Outlander by Diana Gabaldonbecause I haven't read any in that series they look incredibly long which is ironic when I consider The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett to be one of my all time favorite books And perhaps that is the point of this reviewI read Follett when I had only one child Now I have four ages 18 9 so the luxury of such reading has not yet come back to methis book was uite exuisite for its purpose Light and enjoyable it was also surprisingly romantic and insightful And uick Now there is a drawback to uicksome readers will take issue with the ambivalence of the heroine Beth I expect to read negative comments on the romantic portrayal of not entirely consensual sex as degrading to women etc Perhaps I choose which seems unfortunately rarer and rarer these days to NOT be offended hurt protective indignant et alafter all this is fiction And historically speaking the laird is in fact ahead of his time Having spent a semester at the University of Edinburgh during graduate school I found this book touching my own memories of exploring the culture and people castles and lochs of Scotland I applaud the author for capturing the ambiance and feel of at least in my imagination the highlands of Scotland roughly 600 years ago The story was engaging It was unpredictable at times but true to the characters If you are looking for a thoroughly fun romantic storystart here


  9. says:

    I thought this was a great book The first few chapters were a little slow to me but give it time it gets so much better By the middle of the book I did not want to put it downHistorical fiction with time travel highlander romance and scottish settingBeth inherits a scottish castle She departs from New York to see her new home and start the process of upkeep and cleaning Her castle is haunted by the original laird Duncan A beautiful highlander with baby blue eyes and muscle galore Beth must take a small boat to go anywhere Her boat sinks and somehow the ghost laird become ones with the elements to save her By a curse she is taken back in time this is where the great story begins Love plots to kill and kidnap learning one's true nature Wonderful I plan to read the next book in the series


  10. says:

    An ever so enjoyable book exactly what it is proclaimed to bea true 'romance' novel Absolutely worked for what I was looking for after slogging through 3 non fiction serious tomes in a row I needed a fun read and this than filled that slot Scotland Highlanders time travel a bit of sex decent dialog good secondary characters to support itI spent a wonderful Sunday afternoon lazily sitting and reading the day awayaaahhhh Now I really should get busy there are things need done but I've so enjoyed this day