2012 Scotland-Set Historical Romance Nominee – RT Book Reviews
A Scandalous Scot began when I read something fascinating about 19th century Scottish law. After perusing some additional sites, I found an interesting bit about a trial held in Inverness. The two components went together and formed the background of the characters.
I found myself fascinated with Morgan and the irrepressible Jean.
Here’s the blurb for A Scandalous Scot:
One scandal was never enough . . .
After four long years, Morgan MacCraig has finally returned to the Highlands of his birth . . . with his honor in shreds. After a scandal, all he wants now is solace-yet peace is impossible to find with the castle’s outspoken new maid trying his patience, challenging his manhood . . . and winning his love, body and soul.
Jean MacDonald wants to leave her past behind and start anew, but Ballindair Castle, a Scottish estate rumored to be haunted, hasn’t been the safe haven she envisioned. Ballindair’s ancestral ghosts aren’t as fascinating as Morgan, the most magnificent man she’s ever seen. Though their passion triggers a fresh scandal that could force them to wed, Jean must first share the secrets of her own past-secrets that could force them apart, or be the beginning of a love and redemption unlike anything they’ve ever known.