The Great Scot (Chisholm Brothers #2)
In Bad Boys in Kilts, USA Today bestselling author Donna Kauffman introduced the divinely sexy Chisholm brothers. Now, get ready for oldest brother Dylan, a man whose duty to his heritage will not be upended by anythingor anyone. But passion has a way of throwing everything off-kilter. . .
Loch And Load, Baby
Location coordinator Erin McGregor knows she's finally found the...more
The characters are complex and well written. I enjoyed learning about their pasts and why they thought the way they did in certain situations. I could relate to the heroine well and liked the fact that she was just an average female instead of a beauty queen. The secondary characters were also a lot of fun and I found myself wishing there were more about part of them as well. In terms of the story the only thing I might have wanted is that they have a bit more of the reality t.v. show playing a ...more
This is the second Donna Kauffman book I've read, the first was her prequel to this book! Bad Boys in Kilts, which tells the love stories of Dylan Chisholm's 3 younger bros in 3 novellas. This one however, was a novel, so it was more deep a ...more
Erin goes to Scotland to scout out a location for a reality TV show, and convinces Dylan to let her rent out his castle (which he's turning into a B&B).
From the beginning, Dylan finds Erin to be plain and doesn't understand why he's attracted to her. This became a broken record, both in his mind and in hers (with slightly different tones). Now, the handsome man falling in love with the plain girl is a romance genre standard that I can really g ...more
Brava, Ms. Kauffman!
Erin MacGregor comes to Scotland to choose a location for the reality TV show, Your Prince Charming. The show is like our reality TV show, The Bachelor. She falls in love with Dylan's family home/ca ...more
When there was interaction though--whoo boy! It was good. So that's why I'm uncertain about this book ...more
Not my very favorite DK, but I always love her strong characters.
That being said, all the better hallmarks of her other works are still here, and who's kidding who, here?? I would have liked the book fine if all I did was gaze at the cover for three days. :)
I could not understand Dylan still chasing after Erin. He offers up everything to her and she grinds him into the dirt beneath her shoes. And then he still chases her to Greece.
I'm saying it wasn't totally romantic, but it after a certain point a normal person stops reaching out to someone.
The characters needed more time, I think, to process each other and actually build a foundation. It seems like the story kind of jumped the sheets and then started to entertain emotionally.