Review: Lord Keeper by Tarah Scott


Published: November 30, 2011
Format: (eBook) Review
Available: Barnes & Noble / Amazon

5 Kisses

Overview(Barnes & Noble)

No man bargains for war when he chooses a bride, but when he steals her from holy ground, he can expect nothing less.

A midnight race for freedom leads Victoria Hockley, the Countess of Lansbury, to a churchyard deep in the Scottish Highlands. But not even hallowed ground can save her from the devil who has pursued her from England, or from the furious Scot who swears to protect her.

Iain MacPherson swore he was nothing like his father, but his kidnapping of Victoria Hockley shows the same kind of obsessive jealousy that sent his mother to an early grave. Now Iain has hell to pay, and the devil may very well be the noble English lass who has bewitched his very soul...

My Review

What a refreshing and exciting read. I absolutely loved Ms. Scott's Highlanders. They were fierce, loyal and oh so romantic; and I took a instant liking to Iain.

Iain and Victoria where good together and quite funny to. I found myself laughing and/or smiling throughout the story.

Ms. Scott blending everyone and everything in this story so well and it all come together very nicely. There was perfect detail to the story and its characters.

How does a woman find herself attracted and then falling in love with her captor? This is the predicament that Victoria finds herself in when she is kidnapped by Laird Iain MacPhearson.

And Iain...well even though he kidnapped Victoria. It was love a first sight for him when he saw her. I was so moved by his actions towards was so sweet.

I enjoyed the world that Tarah Scott created and it was so easy to get caught into it and its characters.

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About Your Author

Award winning author Tarah Scott grew up in the dusty part of Texas. She now lives in Westchester County, New York, where dust still thrives under her bed in the form of dust bunnies, and as cobwebs in her brain. When not working, writing, or reading—who are we kidding? She's always working, writing, or reading. Oh! There is her daughter. They do manage to spend time together.

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