FINALLY! I had been struggling to find a book that I actually liked in 2019 and it has been a struggle. Or, it was a struggle until I had the great opportunity to read Suzanne Enoch’s It’s Getting Scot in Here. If the title alone doesn’t get you, the plot definitely will. Niall MacTaggert may very well be my new definition of swoon-worthy because I blushed, I giggled-I was swooning!
Amelia-Rose is stuck. She and her big mouth has landed her in a position where she has barked off every suitor her mother has chosen for her. Her mother insists on her marrying a man with a title, as she should have when she was younger. Her father supports her mother but supports his drinking habit more.
The MacTaggert brothers are also stuck. They barge into London enraged yet encaged in a binding agreement between their father and their absent mother, Francesca, which forces them to marry a woman from London. Even worse: one of them has to marry a woman that their mother has already chosen. Their mother who abandoned them as children and took their youngest sister with her to London while they grew up in Scotland.
Amelia-Rose is chosen by Francesca to be married to Coll, the most brutish of all three, and the eldest who will take on the title. Coll keeps getting into trouble and his younger brother, the dashing peacekeeper Niall (I am still swooning, by the way), steps in for him to court Amelia-Rose and save her from embarrassment from the ton. No one expected them to fall for each other.
I love the bantering between Niall and Amelia-Rose. I love his persistence in making sure that she stays true to her character, not what people tell her to be. I also loved that the brothers were very respectful and supportive of their sister that they did not get the opportunity to see grow up. The brothers were simply a hilarious trio of mischief. It was very entertaining when the three of them were in the same scene. They call each other out yet still humor and maintain a level of respect.
The pacing was great in this book and it is very easy to get caught up in the world that Suzanne Enoch creates. The villains are very clear in this book and still haunt me. The character development, particularly of Niall, is very strong and I cannot praise this book enough!
In conclusion, I am thrilled that this is the first book in the Wild Wicked Highlanders because I simply must have more of these storylines! It has the perfect balance of humor, romance, and conflict. I loved every page and I highly recommend this book to readers of romance, regency romance, and highlander romances.
For those who may be triggered/offended: There was mild foul language, alcohol use, bullying, violence, sibling separation, divorce/parental separation, and parental abandonment.
Please note: an electronic advanced reader copy of the book was generously provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. (Thank you!)
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