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Friday, August 11, 2017

BOOK REVIEW- NEVER SEDUCE A SCOT by Maya Banks

Never Seduce a Scot: The Montgomerys and Armstrongs by [Banks, Maya]
Eveline Armstrong is fiercely loved and protected by her powerful clan, but outsiders consider her “touched.” Beautiful, fey, with a level, intent gaze, she doesn’t speak. No one, not even her family, knows that she cannot hear. Content with her life of seclusion, Eveline has taught herself to read lips and allows the outside world to view her as daft. But when an arranged marriage into a rival clan makes Graeme Montgomery her husband, Eveline accepts her dutyunprepared for the delights to come. Graeme is a rugged warrior with a voice so deep and powerful that his new bride can hear it, and hands and kisses so tender and skilled that he stirs her deepest passions.
 
Graeme is intrigued by the mysterious Eveline, whose silent lips are ripe with temptation and whose bright, intelligent eyes can see into his soul. As intimacy deepens, he learns her secret. But when clan rivalries and dark deeds threaten the wife he has only begun to cherish, the Scottish warrior will move heaven and earth to save the woman who has awakened his heart to the beautiful song of a rare and magical love.AMAZON 5+ STARS

Outstanding! This book was so different and I enjoyed reading about Eveline overcoming and finally beginning thrive with her so called"deficiency". Loved every minute of it.  Eveline was such a brilliant character.  And for all of the fierceness of Graeme, he treated her with such kindness.  Even though they were both on different sides of decades of bloody feuding.  Hated enemies.  
Good secondary people, some of them have a book of their own and I 
plan on reading their stories too.
This was an emotional book as well as one that has many plots going on.  It flows smoothly though and doesn't feel overwhelming.  It did have me on the edge of my seat quite often.   There were so many challenges.
The tenderness between Graeme and Eveline was so touching.  So was the ability to communicate when it seemed like they never would be able to.

The author's note was such a great addition to the book too and I'm so glad that it was added.  I liked that she was inspired to write part of this story because of personal experience.  

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