Tuesday, March 17, 2009

A Thief in a Kilt

A Thief In A Kilt A Thief In A Kilt by Sandy Blair


My review
rating: 3 of 5 stars
The plot and love story were a little weak and far-fetched. The storyline picked up towards the end. The author has a great sense of humor, which kept me reading. She didn't involve the heroine's second sight as much as I had hoped. That part of the storyline started out strong in the beginning, disappeared in the middle and then briefly reappeared in the end. In some aspects I enjoyed her other books more but other aspects made this book better than the others.

Pub. Date: November 2006

Synopsis: Sir Ian MacKay deserves to be called the Thief of Hearts. Yet he is a man with a mission: to return Scotland's rightful king to his ancestral throne. But first he m ust find out the true identity of the mysterious woman whose beauty and wit have dazzled the cort and why she is avoiding him. Can it be possible that Kate Templeton is an English spy?

Though Ian insists that no woman has ever refused him, Kate vows to resist his scandalous charm. Leading him on a merry chase all over Scotland is the best way to safeguard her heart. Yet a passionate confrontation brings them together at last. And the only word on her lips is yes.

Recommended Reading:
A Highlander for Christmas by Sandy Blair
A Man in a Kilt by Sandy Blair
How to Marry A Duke by Sandy Blair
A Rogue in a Kilt by Sandy Blair

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