Author: Julia London

Donna’s Review: Tempting the Laird by Julia London

Donna’s Review: Tempting the Laird by Julia London

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Overall Rating: 5.00

I think this is one of Julia London’s best and it will be on my keeper shelf. I loved it and can highly recommend it. Thanks to the author and publisher for allowing me an ARC.

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Donna’s Review: Devil in Tartan by Julia London

Donna’s Review: Devil in Tartan by Julia London

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Overall Rating: 5 Stars

I love this series. This is Aulay MacKenzie’s HEA that doesn’t start out that way. Aulay is the sea captain of his family, now down to one ship. Not long after leaving port for Amsterdam, he comes across a sinking ship and rescues the survivors and some of their cargo. Who then attack him and his crew.

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Donna’s Review: Hard-Hearted Highlander by Julia London

Donna’s Review: Hard-Hearted Highlander by Julia London

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This is my favorite of Julia London’s The Highland Grooms series. Rabbie Mackenzie is a lost and broken soul after the battle at Culloden Moor that devastated the Highlands. He had not joined the rebels, but was sympathetic to their cause. While his family stayed out of it, much of their land and village was still destroyed by the English.

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Donna’s Review: Sinful Scottish Laird by Julia London

Donna’s Review: Sinful Scottish Laird by Julia London

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This is the second book in Julia London’s Highland Grooms series. The hero, Cailean Mackenzie, is the son of Arran and Margot from the first book in this series. At a young age, Cailean had his heart broken by an English girl, who led him on but “could never marry a Scot”. As such, Cailean has no plans to ever wed and is building a home not far from his parents and an unkempt hunting lodge owned by some Englishman.

Daisy, Lady Chatwick, a widow with a young son (Ellis), is almost out of time to remarry per her late husband’s will.

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Donna’s Review: Wild Wicked Scot by Julia London

Donna’s Review: Wild Wicked Scot by Julia London

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Wild Wicked Scot – 4 stars

This is the first book in the Highland Grooms series and I enjoyed it very much. It’s set in the early 1700s and Julia London has the political intrigue and plots very accurate, if my memory is correct.

Laird Arran Mackenzie has kept his clan out of politics and well off from his shipping and trading ventures. His dealings with the English Lord Norwood, have brought him a barony and an English bride.

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