Autumn in Scotland

  • Title: Autumn in Scotland
  • Author: Karen Ranney
  • ISBN: 9780060757458
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Paperback
  • Autumn in Scotland Abandoned by a RogueBetrothed to an earl she had never met Charlotte Haversham arrived at Balfurin hoping to find love at the legendary Scottish castle Instead she found decaying towers and no husba
    Abandoned by a RogueBetrothed to an earl she had never met, Charlotte Haversham arrived at Balfurin, hoping to find love at the legendary Scottish castle Instead she found decaying towers and no husband among the ruins So Charlotte worked a miracle, transforming the rotting fortress into a prestigious girls school And now, five years later, her life is filled with purpAbandoned by a RogueBetrothed to an earl she had never met, Charlotte Haversham arrived at Balfurin, hoping to find love at the legendary Scottish castle Instead she found decaying towers and no husband among the ruins So Charlotte worked a miracle, transforming the rotting fortress into a prestigious girls school And now, five years later, her life is filled with purpose until .Seduced by a StrangerA man storms Charlotte s castle and he is not the reprehensible Earl of Marne, the one who stole her dowry and dignity, but rather the absent lord s handsome, worldly cousin Dixon MacKinnon Mesmerized by the fiery Charlotte, Dixon is reluctant to correct her mistake And though she s determined not to play the fool again, Charlotte finds herself strangely thrilled by the scoundrel s amorous attentions But a dangerous intrigue has drawn Dixon to Balfurin And if his ruse is prematurely revealed, a passionate, blossoming love affair could crumble into ruin.

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    1. I m a writer who s been privileged to have attained the New York Times and USA Today Bestseller Lists Although I ve primarily written historical romance, I ve also written contemporary romantic suspense, a murder mystery, and I m having a wonderful time writing about a vampire who is being challenged by her new state of being The Montgomery Chronicles The Fertile Vampire and The Reluctant Goddess coming March 12, 2015 I believe in the power of the individual, the magnificence of the human spirit, and always looking for the positive in any situation I write about people who have been challenged by life itself but who win in the end.Newsletter karenranney subscribe warmFacebook facebook WriterKarenRaWebsite karenranneyEmail karen karenranneyTwitter Karen_Ranney


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    1. I really enjoy Karen Ranney's books, especially since most are always flavored with all things Scottish - :-) This book has the same or similar setting. It includes a strong, honorable, heroine with a complimenting hero. Plot did keep my interest, but not as dramatic or exciting as some of Ranney's other books. My only complaint about the hero is the expectation of a more aggressive, alpha-type hero to add a little more spice to the dish. I don't regret reading it, but I wouldn't put it at the t [...]

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    2. I'll admit it, I picked this book up because of the title, and because I was feeling homesick for Scotland. Sadly, Autumn in Scotland was only a very small part of the setting, and certainly not important enough to the story to warrant being the title. And also, the back cover with the leaves and the bare-chested man? Clearly the artist has never actually been to Scotland in the autumn, because hello, COLD.But all that aside, my main problem with the book was that the plot was really not at all [...]

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    3. I liked this story and characters, for the most part. I enjoyed how independent and resourceful the heroine was in making a living for herself. She was quite an interesting character that really grew on me.The hero had his good points, too. He was a kind man, and gracious to the heroine. However, I just couldn't get my head around his deception -- throughout the whole story. For that I am knocking off a star because I really thought, after talking sense with himself, that the reveal was coming s [...]

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    4. Yea! More plot and character development than sex! I found this book stuck in with the "Youth Bibles" at a church where I was at a twelve step meeting. Happy accident. I really enjoyed it and expect to read more by this author.

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    5. Very good book!I thought the storyline was unique. Ms. Ranney is a new author to me and I am thankful that I discovered her. I look forward to getting caught up on her many books.

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    6. Decently original plot and entertaining.The heroine is an heiress, wed by an Earl she'd met three times before the ceremony. A week after their wedding night, he abandons her. She travels to his principal seat, a near ruin of a castle in Scotland. Though her husband ran off with her dory, she still has money left to her by her grandfather. Her parents (who chose the Earl for her husband), want her to return to England. But she'd done with their control over her life and she doesn't want to retur [...]

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    7. Betrothed to an earl she never met, Charlotte arrives at Balfurin hoping to find love. Instead, she finds a decaying castle with no husband. Not one to fall to despair, Charlotte transforms the castle into a prestigious girls' school. Five years later, a man comes to the castle whom Charlotte assumes is her husband. Charlotte, however, is determined she will not make the same mistake again. A dangerous plot has drawn Dixon to Balfurin; but he finds himself falling for Charlotte, and is reluctant [...]

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    8. Unlike other reviewers, I actually enjoyed this book. The storyline was a bit different with the hero pretending to be the husband of the heroine and it kept me wanting to read to find out how he was going to resolve the whole thing. Although I enjoyed it, the pace of the book was a bit sporadic at times. Story seemed to drag a bit in places and then be faster in others. It was what I would definitely call a "light" read and not one I would re-read but enjoyed it just the same.

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    9. After one week of marriage, our spirited young bride makes the best of a bad situation, founding a school in the moldering castle and overcoming odds in general, while an alternative love interest lurks.Karen Ranney does some lovely writing and cute plotting. Very enjoyable work of an author in fine form.

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    10. I chose this book because of the title. i was in the mood for a good scotland "bodice ripper" but the main characters aren't even scottish! well the 'hero' was but not enough for me. it was entertaining at times but i found it a bit lacking. if i pick up a book titled "autumn in scotland" i expect a penniless scottish earl or a sexy warrior or somethinng.

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    11. These characters are rich and vibrant. Charlotte is easy to love and easy to root for. Her ability to make the most of a bad situation and fierce sense of independence made me want to clap and yell, "Bravo!" Dixon gives deception a good name.

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    12. I liked it! I'm on a Karen Ranney historical romance rollw reading another one of hers.

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    13. I finally finished this boring-ass novel! Avoid.

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    14. A very goo read. I thoroughly enjoyed it

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    15. it started off funbut then fell flat.

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    16. charlotte has lots of courage to just pick up from no where and transform an abandoned place to a sought after place.

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    17. I liked this book, but found that everything tied up so easily, it was hard to really get into the book.was still fun though!

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    18. I love all of Karen Ranney's books!

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    19. I very much liked this story. The plot drew me in, and I loved the characters. It was a very entertaining read. Karen Ranney is one of my favourite authors!

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    20. a steamy little love story. pretty good stuff

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    21. It's been 5 years since she's seen her husband and still she doesn't recognize him? I didn't really like how once Dixon reveals who he is, she still is madly in love with him. Ummm ok.

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    22. Autumn in Scotland is a fantastic book! It puts emphasis on the fact that falling in love doesn't happen quickly but also that it is a delicate situation that needs trust and compasion.

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