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ISBN:
1439172234
Author:
Karen Hawkins
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Simon and Schuster; First Edition edition (2009)
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1131 kb
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1147 kb
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1709 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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483


Karen Hawkins’s best book to date! . To scotland, with love. Hawkins brings another hardheaded MacLean brother and a sassy miss together in a sensual battle of the sexes.

Karen Hawkins’s best book to date! Fast, sensual, and brilliant, it tantalizes and pleases all in the same breat. .This is romance at its best! -Romance and More! To scotland, with love. Her humor, intelligent characters, and story are simply delightful. How to abduct a highland lord. Hawkins takes a fiery Scot lass and a wastrel lord and puts them together in a match made in, well, not heaven, but one that’s heated, exciting, and touching.

Karen Hawkins writes wonderful dialogue and her love scenes are exactly what a historical romance enthusiast is looking fo. SLEEPLESS IN SCOTLAND is one book that is airy, sexy and just plain fun to read.

Karen Hawkins writes wonderful dialogue and her love scenes are exactly what a historical romance enthusiast is looking for. Hugh and Catroina have great chemistry from the moment they first meet. he lead five and a strong support cast make for a wonderful time though readers will be sleepless in America due to a one sitting enjoyable time. Excerpt from SLEEPLESS IN SCOTLAND. My lord, you’ve made a mistake.

Karen Hawkins writes fast, fun, and sexy stories that are a perfect read for a rainy day, a sunny day, or any day at all!  . To Catch a Highlander. Sleepless in Scotland. The Laird Who Loved Me. Prequel to the hurst amulet.

Karen Hawkins writes fast, fun, and sexy stories that are a perfect read for a rainy day, a sunny day, or any day at all! -Christina Dodd. Karen Hawkins will make you laugh and touch your heart. and her sparkling historical romances. One Night in Scotland. Enticing reparte. harming and witty.

Karen Hawkins (author). She now publishes two books a year. To Catch a Highlander (2008). Sleepless In Scotland (2009). The Laird Who Loved Me (2009). Karen Hawkins (born Tennessee) is a best-selling American author of sixteen historical romance novels. Her novels are known for their humor. Hawkins was also the driving force behind the two Lady Whistledown anthologies, developing the idea, gaining a publisher, and organizing the intertwined parts of the books. She also has a beautiful son and daughter who inspire her to write and for whom she enjoys making sandwiches.

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Sleepless in Scotland – Ebook written by Karen Hawkins. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Sleepless in Scotland. New York Times bestselling author Karen Hawkins continues to delight with this amusing and sizzling story of Regency escapades, when a proper English miss and a dashing Highland laird find their mutual passion.

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While attempting to intervene in her sister's disreputable scheme to catch a husband, Catriona inadvertently falls into the trap her sister set and is forced to marry Hugh LacLean, with whom she engages in heated gender battles.

Karen Hawkins is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of many wickedly funny historical romance novels set in Regency Scotland, including the wildly popular MacLean Curse series, the enchanting Hurst Amulet series, the funny and charming Duchess Diaries series.

Karen Hawkins is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of many wickedly funny historical romance novels set in Regency Scotland, including the wildly popular MacLean Curse series, the enchanting Hurst Amulet series, the funny and charming Duchess Diaries series, and now the romantic Oxenburg Princes series. Karen is also the author of two sassy contemporary romances set in the little town of Glory, North Carolina.

  • Tejar
This story is readable but I just didn't love it. The hero, like all of his family, controls the weather with his emotions. That is pretty much all that felt original in this book. I couldn't feel the relationship between the hero and heroine develop. I liked their characters but I didn't feel as though I knew a lot about their personalities and what was unique to them. The entire story was very predictable as well.

The hero and heroine are both very honorable and they are attempting to help their respective siblings when they are put in a compromising situation and are forced to marry. The rest is about their getting to know one another and the problems that come with a new marriage and a new family. The problems were a bit ordinary and the hero and heroine loving each other desperately in bed but not out of it for most of the book has just been done so much already that an author needs to do more to make it interesting. This is not a recommended read for me but if you want to finish all in the series you might want to pick it up.
  • Downloaded
Enjoyed reading this tale from Hawkins. I like her characters and the plot of this book. Looking forward to reading the next installment of this series.
  • JoldGold
I read the previous book a long time ago. This one refreshed my memory, so I enjoyed the characters. Would recommend it.
  • Uickabrod
This is obviously a continuation of the MacLean saga - this time it is Hugh's story.

Hugh can actually control the weather and his temper, but at a cost. Enter Catronia. After a marriage of convenience forced on her by trying to save her sister from scandal - and her family's reputation by association - Tronia tries to make the best of the situation. Hugh has three daughters who instantly see Tronia as a threat to their security. Chaos and drama ensue.

Hawkins once again visits the MacLean curse and the resolution for these characters. This was a fun romp in the highlands - and an enjoyable read.
  • Rko
This book was wonderful and in excellent condition. I would definitely buy from this seller again. 2 thumbs up !!
  • Dynen
I've read a few of her books and she does a great job with the Barbary Scotch and keeps you intrigued with her story. I highly recommend this book
  • Lost Python
One of a series. Karen Hawkins is a great writer.
I loved it! Everyone should read this if you like Karen Hawkins. Don't miss the rest of the books in the MacLean series.