Hero (a Marry the Scot novel)

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Hero (a Marry the Scot novel)

Hero (a Marry the Scot novel)

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Despite everything—the rush in which I was leaving the estate, the rage my uncle had flown into, the million and one other things that had gone wrong, and my poor, poor, violin—a rush of excitement ignited my blood. Great adventure with a bona fide villain (even two or three), and a braw Scottish hero with a hankering to rescue. In under an hour, I’d rocked from despair to elation, and right now, I was in danger of developing a hefty crush on my brother’s best friend. His unhinged voice had come from the mansion’s central entrance hall, the echoes from the marble floors and high ceiling giving him away.

Jolie Vines is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors because she creates heroes whose angst comes from within, but it doesn’t keep them from loving the heroine of the story. Gordain who is a little older than Ella (about 5 years) is a feeling unworthy of love not to mention that Ella is the sister of his best friend.At last, I get to take a Fitzroy up in the air,” he said, his voice clear as day through the headphones.

We also see brothers Ally and Wasp growing up, thanks to the expense of time over which the book progresses. She exuded a confidence I wish I possessed when I was her age and because of that, she was a perfect counterpart to Gordain. Now I'm impatiently waiting for Wasp's book - I just know it'll be another sizzling story from Jolie Vines. I’d kept out of his way, hell-bent on a personal mission of my own, taking a little piece of revenge before I left. The guy seems fine the girl seems fine but it’s just all so blah and awkward that I’m not going to force myself to finish.

What I loved about this book was that it didn't follow the typical tropes like you might think: the two characters got married for love, and admitted their feelings (and love) for each other before getting married.

He attempts to keep his distance because not only is she too young, but she's his best friend's sister. I’m sure I’m in the heavy minority when it comes to this book, especially because it’s in the middle damn series but I’m going to give the review anyways. She has a wisdom and grit about her that it never really feels like you are reading a 17/18-year-old heroine. He has high standards for himself, and when he feels he has done something to besmirch his honor, his disappointment in himself is the stuff of legend. Ella has finally broken out of her gilded cage, but with her limited life experience, she doesn’t trust her instincts.

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The strife comes from outside the relationship, and the hero and heroine fight together as a couple against it. With James being an “honorary” McRae, there is no possible way that Ella and Gordain can avoid each other, despite try as they might. I really liked the dominating side of Gordain and truth be told I could have listened to Fergus Ryan all day and night.From the first chapter until the last I was hooked and was annoyed when real life got in the way of my listening. Both Ella and Gordain have baggage and issues with neither really believing that they are worthy of love.



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