Review – To Conquer a Scot (Time-Traveler’s Highland Love #1) by Tamara Gill

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Review – To Conquer a Scot (Time-Traveler’s Highland Love #1) by Tamara Gill

Time-traveling isn’t what Abigail Cross had in mind for her Scottish vacation, nor was a potential marriage to the Laird Aedan Macleod. The fact that the obnoxious, yet hot, and definitely sexy Highlander sees the world very differently than she does, is beside the point.

Aedan Macleod knows what he wants in a wife, and Abigail certainly doesn’t meet his Highland standard, even though he must rein in his desire, because beautiful, opinionated Abigail would never suit as a laird’s wife.

Tempers flare yet passion is undeniable, as Abby navigates her way in seventeenth century Scotland—without toilet paper. When two rival clans threaten the maddening twenty-first century minx who’s captured Laird Aedan’s heart, the mighty Highlander is willing to sacrifice everything to keep Abigail safe.

Title: To Conquer A Scot
Author: Tamara Gill
Series: Time-Traveler's Highland Love #1
Published by Entangled Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: September 25th 2017
Genres: Fantasy, Historical Romace, Romance, Time Travel
Pages: 291
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-half-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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To Conquer A Scot is a well-written story with interesting characters, a hot Scottish laird and a 21st-century woman who travels across 500 years to find her destiny. Aeden is hot, sweet, caring and all male.  It’s interesting watching Abigail try to adjust to a time with so few of the comforts we take for granted today.  She adjusts remarkably well in a short time.  I couldn’t help but feel a few times that I was being told Abby and Aeden were falling for each other rather than seeing it in their interactions but once they come together, the relationship was more real.  There’s lots of good tension on the budding love affair from external forces to include a scheming woman, an abduction, and clan warfare.

Lovers of historical, Highland and just plain romance novels will enjoy this book.

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