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His Rebellious Lass by Callie Hutton
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I had the pleasure of reading an advance copy of His Rebellious Lass by Callie Hutton. I have to say that it was one of those books that I started and finished in the same day and I regret absolutely nothing. It is the first book in her new Scottish Hearts series! The nutshell of it is Lady Bridget MacDuff's father passes away with an outdated will of roughly 10 years in effect thusly making her the ward of Parliament star the Marquess of Campbell. Campbell, or rather Cam, is a self proclaimed bachelor and rake who has a very high success rate of marrying off his sisters, so feels sure that his newly minted ward will be no challenge, quickly putting him back on the path to his normal life. Lady Bridget, who is a bit more mature at 21, has completely different ideas. Within the boundaries of her fathers will, if she doesn't marry by 23 his fortune will be released to her. She has big plans for that money and zero desires to allow a man to derail it. Well, maybe no plans. Cam is definitely not your average rake. Things I loved about it: it was just a good story with good characters. I genuinely liked both Bridget and Cam and their back stories simply strengthened their appeal. Their strengths and weaknesses were so endearing that you cant help but be invested in their happiness. It was a good moving plot with some suspense, sexual tension and the good old good vs evil mantra. Things I wished were a little different was just a tad bit resolution on the end but I won't go into that and spoil anything in the book. Sometimes the pace washed over some of the action and adventure. All in all though, I was really happy with in it. I will definitely read Callie Hutton again and will be on the look out for her next installment.
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Reading Progress

March 29, 2019 – Started Reading
March 29, 2019 – Finished Reading
March 30, 2019 – Shelved

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Barbara Rogers Nice Review

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