When You Love a Scotsman (Seven Brides for Seven Scotsmen #2) by Hannah Howell

When You Love a Scotsman (Seven Brides for Seven Scotsmen #2)

New York Times bestselling author Hannah Howell sweeps readers away with the passion-filled adventures of the MacEnroy brothers, seven daring Scotsmen who take on America in her most turbulent days—and capture the hearts of the ladies each is destined to wed . . .With danger closing in from all sides, Abigail Jenson works tirelessly to protect her small Missouri farm. She doesn’t require saving—but a handsome officer appears on horseback ju...


Details When You Love a Scotsman (Seven Brides for Seven Scotsmen #2)

TitleWhen You Love a Scotsman (Seven Brides for Seven Scotsmen #2)
ISBN9781420143058
Author
Release DateDec 26th, 2017
PublisherZebra
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, Historical
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Reviews When You Love a Scotsman (Seven Brides for Seven Scotsmen #2)

  • Carol Bisig
    1970-01-01
    Hannah Howell is the only reason that I finished this book! Plus, I have her on pre order, however, she makes the Southern Army look like rapist, murderers of little children! It was deserters who behaved like that, if they were caught, they were put in front of a tiring squad! Being from the South made me dislike this book. It is a great read, if you are a Yankee! I will now reconsider my opinion of just buying her books, without looking at them...
  • Paula
    1970-01-01
    I read this book from NetGalley in exchange for a fair review This is the second book of a new series by Hannah Howell under the name “Seven Brides for Seven Scotsmen”. I had the opportunity to read the first book, “The Scotsman Who Saved Me” earlier this year and even though it wasn’t perfect, I enjoyed it very much and that encouraged me to try the second. I was not mistaken, this book was even better than the first.Matthew’s and Ab...
  • Debra Taylor
    1970-01-01
    I have yet to read a Hannah Howell book that I didn't love and this one was no different. This is book #2 in the Seven Brides For Seven Scotsmen series. It was a good story that I liked from the first page.Set during the Civil War there was some sad things that happened in this story. It did get emotional at times, but it was also sweet and romantic and even funny too. I loved Matthew and Abbie. Matthew fell in love with Abbie early on in the sto...
  • Jas
    1970-01-01
    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This was my first book by the author and it won't be my last. I read most of it on a long flight and it held my interest perfectly. There was so much I enjoyed about this story but the main thing was the heroine Abigail. She was smart, strong and capable but without a temper. She was so much fun to read about. The hero and secondary characters were all well written and the romance w...
  • Mimi Wolske
    1970-01-01
    I love Howell's romance novels. I admit openly she is one of my favorite romance authors.Now I'm enjoying her writing as she seems to be taking a turn (in this book and her previous in what is going to be a series) away from full on romance to including more in-depth writing about the Civil War period in America.I like this book, but if you're looking for the Scottish romances by Hannah Howell, you might be disappointed since When You Love A Scot...
  • Angela
    1970-01-01
    Abigail is a strong heroine and I liked how she is portrayed as standing on her own under her own terms. Matthew and Abigail’s love story was sweet and unfolds slowly over the course of the book. And Noah, what a cutie. Yeah, I would take him home also. What I missed from the previous book was the family since they were so prominent in the first book. The story moves along fairly quickly in terms of reading. A good read for a lazy weekend.I rec...
  • Nicole
    1970-01-01
    This novel was a good read. It brings together love in a time of civil war. There is also death in this novel, which impacts the characters and can cause some life changes and decisions. Abigail Jenson's family was attacked and her brother was taken to work for the army. She hid and her parents were harmed by the intruders. She protects her family and is an excellent shot and a talented healer. Matthew MacEnroy was working for the army and ended ...
  • Kim Vanravenswaay
    1970-01-01
    Matthew is quite funny. Everyone can see how much he loves Abigail, but he fights it. The excuses he used made me smile. Abigail is a no nonsense kind of woman. Very plain spoken to everyone. Matthew on his own might have been a little boring. Abigail brought out his fun side.