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As a captain in the army, Colin MacHugh led men, fixed what was broken, and fought hard. Now that he's a titled gentleman, he's still fighting-this time to keep his bachelorhood safe from all the marriage-minded debutantes. Then he meets the intriguing Miss Anwen Windham, whose demure nature masks a bonfire waiting to roar to life. When she asks for his help to raise money for the local orphanage, he's happy to oblige.
Anwen is amazed at how quickly Lord Colin takes in hand a pack of rambunctious orphan boys. Amazed at how he actually listens to her ideas. Amazed at the thrill she gets from the rumble of his Scottish burr and the heat of his touch. But not everyone enjoys the success of an upstart. And Colin has enemies who will stop at nothing to ruin him and anybody he holds dear.
|Title||:||Too Scot to Handle (Windham Brides, #2)|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
July 10, 2017
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
After a sick childhood, Anwen is used to being fretted over and cosseted. However, when the orphanage and boys she's dedicated her time to are in financ...
October 07, 2017
I didn't DNF this because I just couldn't read another page, I did it because I just didn't want to. It is a completely average book filled with absolutely terrible people. While I was reading it, I kept going because I wanted to see shitty people finally get their comeuppance....
July 23, 2017
No rest for the red-haired and weary…
I’m getting the impression that having red hair was considered a disability… ummm… default… ahh… issue, back in the day. Oh, they stood out alright. Some women with red hair were even considered fiery and beautiful. But, for the most part, women with red hair...
September 18, 2017
Rating between 3.5
ARC provided by NetGalley and Publisher for an honest review.
What a sweet and adult like romance. Both MC interacted and communicated in a manner that was enjoyable and low in the drama/conflict scale. The hero, Colin and the heroine Anwen treated each other with respect. The fa...
July 31, 2017
This series can be named “Regency England Vademecum”! :)
At the beginning nothing very important happens, but the writing is just perfect if you want to know what the title gentlemen and ladies don’t do during their days and nights….
They drink tea, they endlessly talk about nothing whatsoever…
November 29, 2017
In all honesty, this isn’t my typical read. I read romance. I read historical fiction. I don’t typically read historical romance and if I do it isn’t Harlequin-esque. However, I won this book in a giveaway and thought I would give it a chance.
I would give this book a 2.5 star rating. It was an ok...
October 12, 2017
I've given this a B+ for narration and a B for content at AudioGals.
Grace Burrowes has returned to her popular Windham family for her latest series, the Windham Brides, which follows the romantic fortunes of four sisters, the nieces of the Duke and Duchess of Moreland. The ladies are in London fo...
August 10, 2017
Right. I am done. I have taken enough Grace Burrowes hits for the team, she has taken enough of my money over her last three or four books and I cannot do it any more. I cannot take the mediocrity. I simply cannot and I will not.
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July 06, 2017
Too Scot to Handle was a fantastic story with an absolutely delightful romance and I really enjoyed it!
Colin MacHugh is trying to navigate being a newly titled gentleman while keeping himself free from marriage. The one woman who intrigues him is Anwen Windham, his brother Hamish’s new wife’s you...
July 09, 2017
There are a lot of Windhams running around, and this series is about the Windham cousins. Sure people are mentioned but you do not need to have read about all those siblings finding love to enjoying this new series. Of course the more Windham the merrier and they are fun to read.
I liked Anwen. No...