It’s Getting Scot in Here by Suzanne Enoch



Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Release Date: February 26, 2019

Synopsis: Marry or lose their estate; that’s the devil’s bargain he and his brothers must follow. But wild Highlander Niall MacTaggert’s stubborn oldest brother wants nothing to do with marrying the sophisticated, pinky-out Lady Amelia-Rose his mother has chosen for him, even to save their land. Niall’s only goal is to soften up the London socialite, and show his brother the warm beauty behind the shiny, polished front. But what Niall doesn’t expect to find is the woman of his dreams…

Review: I completely fell in love with the leads in this book. Niall MacTaggert. Yes, another new book boyfriend. He’s little wild, a little messy, but caring and level-headed when you need him to be. Lady Amelia-Rose is this strong woman who just doesn’t fit into “proper” English society, and I love her that much more for it. Their character development was great, and getting to know them both was so much fun.

If you’ve read some of my reviews before, you may know I’m a sucker for families in romance series, and this is no exception. The family dynamics of the MacTaggert’s are pretty nutty, but I think it’s going to make for an amazing series. I cannot wait to find out about the other two brothers, and see the relationship they build with their mother and sister!

This is just a fun romp through messy relationships, bargains, English ladies, and sexy Scottish men. While you’ll definitely feel the emotions, you will also have quite a few good laughs along the way. I’d definitely recommend this one to my fellow romance readers.

Thank you so much to St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley for the eARC in exchange for an honest review!

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