Thursday, August 26, 2010

The Devil Wears Plaid by Teresa Medeiros Blog Tour

The Devil Wears PlaidFrom Goodreads:
AN INNOCENT WOMAN
Emmaline Marlow is about to wed the ancient patriarch of the Hepburn clan to save her father from debtor's prison when the Hepburn's sworn enemy Jamie Sinclair bursts into the abbey on a magnificent black horse and whisks her away. Jamie is everything her bridegroom is not--young, handsome, virile...and a perilous temptation for her yearning heart.

A DANGEROUS MAN
Jamie expects Emma to be some milksop English miss, not a spirited beauty who will defy him at every turn. All of his plans to use her as a pawn in the centuries old Highland feud begin to go awry when irresistible passion flares between the two of them. A man can kidnap a bride, but is it possible for him to steal her innocence without losing his own heart? 




This book is a fun historical romance. Light and fun and full of roguish romance. It starts out in the typical way. Man steals woman to make another suffer, man finds woman surprisingly attractive, woman finds man surprisingly attractive, both find themselves in each others arms and win over the bad man she was about to be married. Now, yes, I did just basically tell you the story, but that formula is as old as perhaps the castle under contention. :) What I liked about this story is that the woman has her own mind and finds strength within her capture. Even though she does rely on Jamie's physical prowess to keep her safe, her wits and inner strength keep her up to the challenge of a bunch of burly men and the highland wilderness. Yes, I liked Emma. She was a good match for Jamie. You don't always find that within these types of stories. I also loved Jamie although there were times I could hit him over the head for being so stubborn.


All in all I give this book 4 stars. It's a fun, light historical romance. If you love a roguish man in a kilt, sexy time in an abandoned church (yes, KC... I'm borrowing your terms from you...) you will enjoy this book.

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6 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for the lovely review! :)

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  2. Thanks for stopping by! Just loved Jamie! :)

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  3. Awesome review!! I was hoping to read this one too :)

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  4. I'm already a follower and I wanted to stop by and wish you a great weekend, but I also have to say that the great reviews I've read on book blogs have made me really, really want to read this book. It looks like a lot of fun!

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  5. A man who can pull off a kilt is to be celebrated :)

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  6. @Stephanie... Amen to that! ;)

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