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Image of The Bridegroom Wore Plaid (MacGregor Series)


Image of The Bridegroom Wore Plaid (MacGregor Series)

Burrowes’ new Scottish Victorian trilogy begins with a charming tale in which the importance of family beautifully blends with sweet love. As always, Burrowes creates a character-driven novel, allowing the secondary love stories to add depth to the hero and heroine’s trials and complexities. The slowly simmering sensuality and the strong bonds of family hold readers’ interest and hearts.

Ian MacGregor must marry well to save his family estate and believes he has found his solution in English heiress Genie Daniels — until he meets her spinster cousin, Augusta. Augusta is more than the poor relation; she is Genie’s best friend and would never hurt her chances for happiness. Ian and Augusta are equally stunned by their mutual attraction. Augusta is caught between loyalty and love as Ian is trapped by duty. Finding a way out of their predicament leads to a surprising revelation. (SOURCEBOOKS, Dec., 380 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin