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The Return of Black Douglas - Elaine Coffman
The Return of Black Douglas
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Pulled back in time by her infamous ancestor The Black Douglas, Isobella Douglas ends up in the arms of a Highland laird who is totally captivated by her. Original.
Pulled back in time by her infamous ancestor The Black Douglas, Isobella Douglas ends up in the arms of a Highland laird who is totally captivated by her. Original.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781402250743 (1402250746)
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca 2011-04-01
Pages no: 415
Edition language: English
Series: Black Douglas (#2)
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Madi's Madcap Bookdiction
Madi's Madcap Bookdiction rated it
1.0 The Return of Black Douglas
DNF. Read only 30% or so.
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it
4.0
When Texas twins Isobella and Elisabeth are whisked 500 years back in time by a meddling family ghost, Alysandir MacKinnon is shocked to see them appear out of thin air in the middle of a battle with his enemies. Alysandir is able to rescue Isobella but not her sister who is captured by the MacLeans...
Atunah's Romance Haus
Atunah's Romance Haus rated it
4.0 Return of Black Douglas
3.5 - 4 stars. Although there was some eyerolling stuff going on plotwise, all in all it was entertaining. A jokster ghost, a hunky laird and twins from Texas. Nice light time travel. :)Will be reading the story about the other twin soon.
Harbinger of Books
Harbinger of Books rated it
4.0
This one is a really sweet time travel romance book.Isobella and her twin sister Elisabeth are visiting Scotland after Isobella was dumped by her fiance a week before the wedding. She visits the artifacts of her ancestor Black Douglas and suddenly she is transported back in time to the middle of a c...
Blodeuedd
Blodeuedd rated it
3.0 Return of Black Douglas
My thoughts:Sometimes the Scottish accent works and sometimes not. This time it worked for me and I do think I know the reason. The Hero had his accent, the heroine not, so it was never too much. Which I am glad for since it can be pretty hard sometimes to understand.To the book then, it was sweet a...
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