Saturday, July 26, 2014

Rogue With A Brogue by Suzanne Enoch

"Rogue With a Brogue" is a delightful twist on a Highlander romance because the novel is set in London.  Arran MacLawry is in London with his older brother (and laird) and sister prior to his brother's marriage.  The MacLawry's are attempting to negotiate truce with other clans against the Campbells.  Arran is in a Mayfair ballroom attending a masked ball as a fox when he meets Mary Campbell who is also masked as a fox.

Mary Campbell is a strong, independent woman that know what she wants even if it is her family's enemy.  When Mary's father finds out that she has been seeing Arran on the sly, he pushes an arranged marriage with a slightly unbalanced cousin.

I loved the chase of the romance and the tension that was created by one being a MacLawry and one a Campbell.  It was Romeo and Juliet with a happy ending.  Well written characters with a compelling plot made this a could-not-put-down book.

I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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