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The Devil Wears Kilts

Enoch, Suzanne (Book - 2013)
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
The Devil Wears Kilts
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"Ranulf MacLawry, Marquis of Glengask, travels to London to retrieve his sister, Rowena, who has fled from their Highland home to have a Season in London like a proper lady. Ranulf is unprepared for the admonitions of Rowena's friend Lady Charlotte Hanover, who scolds him for bullying his sister and convinces him to let Rowena stay for two weeks of the best London has to offer. Ranulf reluctantly begins to admire Charlotte's forthright behavior; 'the English kitten' is the only woman who has ever truly stood up to 'the great Scottish bear.' He's less willing to admit that using reason instead of violence might be of real value to him and his clan, as the very suggesttion smacks of English foppery."--Publishers Weekly. Scotsman Ranulf MacLawry descends on the ballrooms of London in order to rescue his sister from a society he holds in contempt, only to fall for sharp-tongued Lady Charlotte Hanover, who believes that she prefers docile men.
Authors: Enoch, Suzanne
Title: The devil wears kilts
Publisher: New York :, St. Martin's,, 2013.
Edition: St. Martin's Paperbacks edition.
Characteristics: 331 pages ;,17 cm.
Content Type: text
Media Type: unmediated
Carrier Type: volume
Summary: "Ranulf MacLawry, Marquis of Glengask, travels to London to retrieve his sister, Rowena, who has fled from their Highland home to have a Season in London like a proper lady. Ranulf is unprepared for the admonitions of Rowena's friend Lady Charlotte Hanover, who scolds him for bullying his sister and convinces him to let Rowena stay for two weeks of the best London has to offer. Ranulf reluctantly begins to admire Charlotte's forthright behavior; 'the English kitten' is the only woman who has ever truly stood up to 'the great Scottish bear.' He's less willing to admit that using reason instead of violence might be of real value to him and his clan, as the very suggesttion smacks of English foppery."--Publishers Weekly.
Scotsman Ranulf MacLawry descends on the ballrooms of London in order to rescue his sister from a society he holds in contempt, only to fall for sharp-tongued Lady Charlotte Hanover, who believes that she prefers docile men.
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ISBN: 1250041600
9781250041609
Statement of Responsibility: Suzanne Enoch
Subject Headings: Highlands (Scotland) Fiction. Rescues Fiction. Interpersonal attraction Fiction. Brothers and sisters Fiction.
Genre/Form: Historical fiction.
Love stories.
Topical Term: Rescues
Interpersonal attraction
Brothers and sisters
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May 06, 2014
  • KCFinnegan rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Fantastic start to a new series. Loved the main characters, Ranulf and Charlotte and there's great potential in his brother and sister for future books. Written really well.

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