REVIEW Â The Scot Beds His Wife


The Scot Beds His WifeIn the Wild West trailing behind her Her only hope of protection is to marry and to do so uickly Gavin is only too willing to provide that service for someone he finds so disturbingly irresistible But even as danger approaches what begins as a scandalous proposition slowly turns into an all consuming passion And Gavin discovers that he will do whatever is necessary to keep the woman he has claimed as his own. This started out greatWe have a totally traumatized Gavin St James the prologue is a bit brutal and then we have Sam I immediately loved her She is such a breath of fresh air in a historical romance She is pretending to be someone else but she has so much fight in her and goes against all the norms with her less than delicate sensibilities I love her frank manner and that she doesn’t swoon at the first Duke to catch her in is arms In the early stages I thought this would be one of my favorite HRs everGavin is so discombobulated by Sam he just isn’t sure what to do I mean the woman wore britches and it seems like seeing the definition of a woman’s legs sends all the blood to the wrong locations and makes it incredibly hard to think Then there is also the dilemma that she keeps shooting in his general direction Sam is not some naïve twit and isn’t going to fall for anything that he is dishing out “I’ve had enemies before” Her pistol remained locked level with his heart “And you know what I’ve learned Lord Thorne” He was beginning to hate the way she said his name “That it’s those closest to you that you have to beware of” she continued “Along with those looking to be your friend when they have no cause but their own” But then a trope pops up and Sam makes some choices and turns into a character that I really struggle with It made me really upset with Sam and after that I struggled a little with the story In the end it all worked out like it normally does but this trope made Sam’s choices seem desperate and see turned from this strong woman who could take on the world to a desperate woman full of secrets and trickeryThere are some bright shining funny moments in the story that did make me laugh out loud The couple that works on the land were hilarious and their dialogue with Sam cracked me up than once Also Gavin’s brother and he are on shaky ground and so the wedding vows had some extra panache to them as well “What about ye lass Knowing what ye do about the Lord Thorne’s infamous value—or lack thereof—for wedding vows do ye Alison Ross take this man to be yer lawful husband To have and to hold from this day until his interest wanes for better or likely worse for richer or until he suanders yer fortune in syphilis—pardon me—sickness and in health until his death blessedly parts ye” BrothersThis isn’t my favorite of the Victorian Rebels That still is held by The Highwayman but it did get me excited for the next book in the series involving a bastard Pirate with A Dragon Tattoo On to the next book it seems

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REVIEW Â The Scot Beds His Wife ´ The Scot Beds His Wife is the next lush captivating Victorian romance in the Victorian Rebels series by Kerrigan Byrne They’re rebels scoundrels and blackguards—dark dashing men on the wrong side of the law But for the women who love them a hint of danger only makes the heart beat faster Gavin St James Earl of TThe Scot Beds His Wife is the next lush captivating Victorian romance in the Victorian Rebels series by Kerrigan Byrne They’re rebels scoundrels and blackguards dark dashing men on the wrong side of the law But for the women who love them a hint of danger only makes the heart beat faster Gavin St James Earl of Thorne is a notorious Highlander and an unrelenting Lothario who uses his slightly menacing charm. This book has the dubious honor of having a sex scene that made my girl parts go all dry and itchy There was this whole thing where she was in a tub and he was using a bar of soap to stimulate her You know where you don't want a bar of soap In your twat that's whereThen whilst she bathes he put his 'clever fingers' in her cooch In the dirty soapy water And he's just plunging that shit all up inside of herOhmyfuckinggod I have a sympathy UTI just from reading that It burns I feel it burningBUTOther than that Yeah it was a decent little kilt romanceAnd it had an actual PLOT Like a real one I mean considering it's a romanceIt starts out with a young woman named Sam who was orphaned then gets taken in by skeevy Mormons no offense to my very cool Morman friends who try to marry her off to an old man as a 2nd or 3rd wife but escapes that by marrying into a gang of train robbers and ends up shooting her husband before he can kill an innocent woman who turns out to be an heiress that wants Sam to impersonate herself and take possession of property in Scottland to keep it out of the hands of the guy she eventually falls forAnd that That's like the first chapterThere's Waaaaay But sadly no real kilt actionIt was alright overall and it definitely had a lot of story to it If you're jonesing for a cowboy kilt mashup then look no farther than The Scot Beds His WifeDerek Perkins NarratorMr Perkins was ok as a narrator but he didn't sound sexy I wanted one of those growr accents and I didn't get it

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To get what he wants including too many women married to other men But now Gavin wants to put his shady past behind him or less When a fiery lass who is the heiress to the land he wishes to possess drops into his lap he sees a perfectly delicious opportunityA marriage most convenientSamantha Masters has come back to Scotland in a pair of trousers and with a whole world of dangerous secrets from her time spent. After ReadingKerrigan Byrne writes with a distinctive voice and she writes a very specific kind of historical romance or maybe this series is just a very specific kind of historical romance I enjoyed Gavin just fine but I liked SamanthaAlison a whole heckavalot She had a terrible temper for REALS and it was fun to watch her wield it She was far from perfect making bad choices out of fear and other human reasons which only caused me to like her even I have a soft spot for imperfect heroines 3 The story was interesting sprinkled with bouts of humor cleverness and drama and intrigue all of which I expect from a Kerrigan Byrne book One warning You have to know going in that there won't be any enlightened men a la the twenty first century expectations That's not to say they aren't good men they just have a realistic attitude about women and lifeexpectations in general for the time So if you're looking for feminist regency era men look elsewhere Before Reading LET'S DO THIS