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Donna’s Review: Sleepless in Scotland by May McGoldrick

Donna’s Review: Sleepless in Scotland by May McGoldrick

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Overall 5.00

This is a very good book and I’ve tried not to spoil any of it. I will not say more and ruin the suspense. I’m hoping the youngest Pennington, Millie, will get a story also.

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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: When a Scot Gives His Heart by Julie Johnstone

Donna’s Review: When a Scot Gives His Heart by Julie Johnstone

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Overall Rating: 5.00
Marsaili Campbell’s father is gathering his friends and others to take the Scottish throne from King David and give it to Robert Stewart, David’s greedy nephew. He plans to have his son “accidentally” wound the married Earl of Ulster and Marsaili will treat his wound and he will want her. She tries to talk him out of this with no luck.

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Donna’s Review: Dressage Dreaming by Kimberly Beckett

Donna’s Review: Dressage Dreaming by Kimberly Beckett

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Overall Rating: 5.00

Michael Stafford won gold medals in dressage with the British Olympic Team and as an individual. He was on top of the world with a beautiful fiancée, Emma, and a new farm of his own. A year later, his fiancé has dumped him and the owner of the stallion he rode has decided to put the horse out to stud. His friend and fellow rider, Lionel, has learned that the owner of a German stallion, Tempest, is looking for a new rider to show Tempest.

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Donna’s Review: More or Less a Marchioness by Anna Bradley

Donna’s Review: More or Less a Marchioness by Anna Bradley

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Overall Rating: 5 Stars

We finally get to meet the younger Somerset sisters and they’re wonderful. This is Iris’, the middle of the 5 sisters, story. Her “hero” is the Marquess of Huntington (Finn). He has decided it’s time he marry but I won’t divulge how he picked Iris.

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