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Counterfeit Laird (Harlequin Historical #202)

3.25 of 5 stars 3.25  ·  rating details  ·  16 ratings  ·  4 reviews

He'd expected a stately home and a fashionable title, not a ramshackle ruin, a clanload of problems and the burning disapproval of the fiery Jeanne Donnachy. Accepting the lairdship of Linclachan was beginning to look like a huge mistake!

Jeanne was at her wit's end. Only the council's mad scheme kept her from pushing the overbearing Mr
Paperback, 298 pages
Published November 1st 1993 by Harlequin
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Patricia Solla
So there's this place in Scotland who's male laird has died and now there's a problem with what happens to his daughter. To take control of the place the lass must marry or they must find a descendant to become the new laird. The old men of the coucil, along with the granddaughter, come up with a plan to select a new laird who has money and can support the land. The new laird is an American who has the right last name (but not the liniage) and oodles of money. The unsuspecting American is tempte ...more
Catherine Jordan-flynn
The first few chapters seem to be boring to me (Or I might be distracted while I was reading). Middle part was a good read, but I wish though the main characters had more relishing moments. The plot is predictable, yet the author made a wonderful little twist in the story. I enjoyed reading the ending..
The book had potential, but fell short. Parts of the plot really could have been developed better (the solicitor's thievery and getting caught: more details; the accidents and incidents Catherine suffered and her family's expulsion). So much attention to detail at the beginning of the book, and then rushing through the story at the end to make it fit in 300 pages.

The over-use of adjectives (beautiful Scot, blonde American) instead of names or pronouns made me nuts, too. Once a page would have be
Jordan Mierek
I read it in a day...a rany day.
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