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Mr. Furlong brought this delightful tale to life with his vibrant narration. Through his voice, my imagination was set loose to create lush scenes so clear and complete that my mind has stored them as movie clips. He expertly appointed distinctive qualities to each character so it was very easy to "see" each of them during any dialogue. It's so wonderful when a well written book is equally matched with a talented voice actor to bring it to life, so this pair will always make it into my shopping cart. As for the story itself- this one has all the elements I look for in a historical romance, with the added bonus of witty humor. Truly well done all around- you won't regret this purchase.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Caught By The Scot was a thoroughly Enjoyable Story.
After the death of there beloved sister Anna Duchess of Hamilton. The Douglas brother Connor, Jack and Declan are told there sister, whom had controlled of there inheritances that they must marry within 3 months or there inheritance will be giving to there enemies the Campbells. This part didn't make much sense because if they are clan enemies who would leave there money and lands to them. Anyway this does prompt the brothers to go look for wives.
Connor knows who he will marry his best friends sister Lady Theodora Cumberbach-Snowe. They have been close friends for many years and she would make the perfect wife. She a spinster well on the shelf at 27.
Connor gets to her home only to find out she has eloped to Gretna Green with a Squire Lance Fox. A neighboring farmer. Connor takes off after them to stop the elopement. Once he tells Theo that he needs a wife in order to get his inheritance she will marry him. His proposal does not go off like he would like and Theo says no. Connor and his brother are already very rich in there own endeavors . But he refuse to lose his inheritance so he does everything he can to delay Theo and Lance from getting to Gretna Green.
This is a very good story but its totally unbelievable. Theo's new Companion takes up most of the story because she is so sickly. Most aristocrats would have sent her back home at best and fired her at worse. Theo waits on her hand and foot which is kind but unbelievable. I would have like more interaction between the H/H and less about Jane the Companion. Eventually you see where the author is going with this storyline and everyone gets the HEA. Very will written story and very enjoyable.
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