Friday, July 29, 2016

The Scottish Lord's Secret Bride by Raven McAllan

Eight years ago, Lady Morven Weston had a wild, passionate summer with Lord Fraser Napier.  They found themselves wed in a Gypsy ceremony.  Fraser had to go to Barbados to oversee the family estates.  He returns eight years later still wondering if the marriage was valid.  Morven's mother insists on dragging her and her sister to Scotland to visit her BFF (convenient Fraser's dear mother).  Fraser and Morven spend their time attempting to be alone together and finding the gypsies that were there for their ceremony.  And avoiding the weather because someone keeps messing with the barometer.
From the synopsis, this promised to be a good book, however, it drug on to the point I just lost interest.  The whole plot revolves around Fraser and Morven finding out if they are truly married.  It takes almost the WHOLE book and a ton of manipulation from Morven's mother and sister to get to that point.
I received this ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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