The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie
Publish date: April 28th 2009
Publisher: Dorchester Publishing
Pages no: 315
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
, Victorian Romance
Series: Highland Pleasures (#1)
As usual, I regret that I didn’t review this sooner. My memories of this book are fuzzier than I’d like, but at least I took notes while reading. I’ll do the best I can.Beth Ackerley used to be an elderly woman’s companion until the woman died and left everything to her. Now Beth is a wealthy but lo...
I created a shelf "maybe later", just because of this book. This book is so well-loved, has so many wonderful reviews and I know so many people who read it and absolutely loved it. I combed through all the positive reviews and decided to read this book after much deliberation (The book was staggerin...
It was fine. It didn't turn me into a late-blooming lover of romance novels, but then, that's probably not possible no matter what I read.
I'm a re-reader. When I give a book 5 stars, it means re-reading it is not an option - it's a demand. Because it's that good. This little feature is for whenever I re-read, to let you guys know if I still felt the book was as good as I thought before! The Madness of Lord Ian MacKenzie is one of the...
I first found out about this book from a romance review column talking about damaged heroes. And then I saw it on a ton of year end lists praising its awesomeness. I didn't get a chance to read it until now.It's hard not to like Ian Mackenzie. He is definitely different and it's almost immediately a...