Susana and the Scot
Bestselling author Sabrina York carries readers back to the wild Scottish Highlands, where the bravest of men surrender to no one—except the boldest of women...A SCANDALOUS TEMPTATIONAndrew Lochlannach is famous for his conquests, on and off the battlefield. When a fellow warrior challenges him... show more
Bestselling author Sabrina York carries readers back to the wild Scottish Highlands, where the bravest of men surrender to no one—except the boldest of women...A SCANDALOUS TEMPTATIONAndrew Lochlannach is famous for his conquests, on and off the battlefield. When a fellow warrior challenges him to a kissing contest, he wastes no time in planting his lips on ninety-nine lov
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Untamed Highlanders (#2)
From story of book one, Susana and the Scot opens up on the arrival of Andrew to his destination. Fate as they say, is B****.I love this book due to the fact that the kid in this book was so adventurous! And the way she talks, to the way she "licks" ~yup she does! ~ in the series was so funny! But t...
This was very enjoyable. Susana and Andrew have fantastic chemistry and their love is believable. Isobel, Susana's daughter is a very pivotal and fun character. Excited to read Lana's book soon.Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine. http://affairedecoeur.com.
So nice to finally see a big strong man who was not afraid to show a sensitive side. Arrogant, stubborn and conceited all applied to Andrew but I like to think of him as a romantic at heart. Why else would he keep subjecting himself to Susana's fiery temper? Ms. York created a great character in S...
Sabrina York's newest release, Susana and the Scot is an amazing read. This gem of a book was a pleasure to read. Susana and Andrew's story has such lovable characters, even that imp Isobel, that I was sorry the story ended. Susana and the Scot is a fast paced read with plenty of action and suspe...
This is book two in the "Untamed Highlander" series. I will warn you that this series is very additive. I just like the last book (Hannah and the Highlander) it leaves me eager for the next book! I truly loved book books and just can't get enough of Ms. York's writing! I feel they are standalone ...