Maxwell makes characters with distinct voices, and the plot was interesting. Also enjoyed the Jacobite and Medieval Scottish references. From the moment she arrived, Anne fell in love with Kelwin Castle and its roguishly handsome laird. In the backdrop of the marriage issues, is the Rebellion. Ann, the orphan who agrees to a marriage by proxy, ties herself t The Marriage Contract was different in the sense that although it was a marriage of convenience, the big Scottish laird, Aidan, was actually the one that pointed out his objection to wedding someone he did not love! He misinterpreted her fears, his gaze softened.
Lady Waldo is dying and has little time left. He was no ghost but flesh and bone. From the moment she arrived, Anne fell in love with Kelwin Castle and its roguishly handsome laird. Make sure not to miss her new series or any of her books if you are a lover of romantic novels. I like the lengthy reads, they feel much more worth the money. By the end of the novel, I felt like the author was more interested in starting a political debate about Scottish independence rather than the story between the two main characters.
So he plans to send Anne packing. I could listen to Outlander dozens of times but I would be physically ill if I had to listen to one more minute of this drivel 6 of 10 people found this review helpful Story is enchanting The Story is nice if you are in for a romantic adventures story. I think my least favourite part was the epilogue. Thing is from then on out it was just a bit too much and too silly. It looked like an easy read. It made me laugh more than 8 times, once so loud that I startled myself, while also making me blush from the well written sexiness of its' content. From the moment she arrived, Anne fell in love with Kelwin Castle and its roguishly handsome laird.
What I found different about this heroine than in many other romance novels is that this heroine appears very ordinary, in terms of money in fact sub-par , looks ordinary by sheep society members , and perhaps even presence she proves that wrong later on. I also thought there were disjointed moments in the book as if the story was cobbled together with different parts rather than a working whole. More than filled out-he seemed to have doubled in size. There is the annoying best friend who is bad but not really! This one was a bit more interesting than Married in Haste. Anne and Aidan are definitely empathy worthy and I did get to know and enjoy their characters. When Annie arrived in Scotland there was an accident. Even if he was human, such a man could be capable of anything.
It hissed and crouched with an angry growl. In the meantime Anne shows up and proclaims to be his wife. He is also about to be publically jilted by some chit of a girl! Abruptly Devon Marshall, Viscount Huxhold, strides into her life, enveloping her in his strong embrace and offering her a chance to recapture what she'd lost. Because a well-bred lady with little fortune to recommend her has no choice. This book is borderline plagiarized.
From the moment she arrived, Anne fell in love with Kelwin Castle and its roguishly handsome laird. Anne's relatives were threatening to throw her out. I finished it because I had agreed with a friend to read it and discuss it later. It was never fully explained why he left London and why he would never return. A cat like this is too dangerous to leave free. Anne married Aiden by proxy. Tiebauld'un ablası Leydi Waldo'nun ilk kitapta yana yakıla bir gelin aradığına şahit olmuştuk.
But can a marriage made in scandal become a happily-ever-after affair? Heir to one of England's most honorable titles, Devon has spent his life breaking the rules--and giving Leah and her fatherless child his name is just one more way to flaunt convention. Aidan Black is quite happily single—and caught up in business that doesn't need an Englishwoman's attention. From the moment she arrived, Anne fell in love with Kelwin Castle and its roguishly handsome laird. This is her last chance to find a home and a family. And although she'd never met him, she's determined to keep her word and make theirs a marriage in truth.
By day, he instills a fierce loyalty in his people with his masterful ways. Leah Carrollton had dreams of meeting--and marrying--the perfect man. The story revolves around Anne and Aiden. They do go to London but they go together so that Aiden can become a member of parliament and fight legally for the rights of Scotland. His clean-shaven companion was much younger with brown curling hair covering not only his head but his chest and back. By day, he instills a fierce loyalty in his people with his masterful ways…and by night, he tempts Anne to surrender her innocence to him.