Tag Archive | Suzanne Enoch

Today’s New Releases!–All We Knew, A Devil in Scotland & The Wedding Date

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Don’t Miss Today’s New Releases!

In Case You Missed My Reviews, Here Are The Links:

 

All We Knew by Jamie Beck
https://write-escape.com/2017/12/30/blog-tour-all-we-knew-by-jamie-beck-review

 

A Devil In Scotland by Suzanne Enoch
https://write-escape.com/2018/01/05/a-devil-in-scotland-by-suzanne-enoch-review-4-stars

 

The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory
https://write-escape.com/2018/01/23/the-wedding-date-by-jasmine-guillory-review-4-stars

 

 

 

Favorite Hist. Fic. & Romance New Releases of 2017—Not To be Missed

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My Favorite Six Hist. Fic. & Romance New Releases of 2017!

 

Don’t Miss These Six Fabulous Written Novels.

In Case You Missed My Reviews on These Books, Here Are The Links:

Released-6/6/17—A Sky Full of Stars by Samantha Chase
https://write-escape.com/2017/06/06/a-sky-full-of-stars-by-samantha-chase/

Released-4/30/17—Miss Whitaker Opens Her Heart by Jennifer Moore
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/30/miss-whitaker-opens-her-heart-by-jennifer-moore/

Released-4/18/17—My Kind of You by Tracy Brogan
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/30/my-kind-of-you-by-tracy-brogan/

Released-4/4/17—My One True Highlander by Susanne Enoch
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/04/my-one-true-highlander-by-suzanne-enoch/

Released-2/8/17—Hannah’s Moon by John A. Heldt
https://write-escape.com/2017/03/03/hannahs-moon-by-john-a-heldt/

Released-2/7/17—One More Kiss by Samantha Chase
https://write-escape.com/2017/02/07/one-more-kiss-by-samantha-chase-5-stars/

 

 

A Devil in Scotland by Suzanne Enoch–#Review–4 stars

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Don’t Miss Suzanne Enoch’s Newest Historical Fiction Romance, Coming 1/30/18!

Callum was heartbroken; his childhood friend, Rebecca, the one, he assumed would always be his, was marrying Ian, his responsible brother. It was true that Callum had spent most of his time, inebriated, and flirting with loose women, but when his friend accepted his brother’s marriage proposal, Callum realized the depth of his feelings for Rebecca. Callum’s reaction, he admits was extreme, and what he did, very wrong. But did his brother have to ban him from the family? The truth of it was; apparently, he did, because that was what it took, for Callum to turn his life around.

After spending ten years in America, Callum was a changed man. Although he never forgot Rebecca, he wanted to. He tried to hate her, but couldn’t. However, if Callum discovered that Rebecca had anything to do with his brother’s death, hating her would be easy. She would pay, just like anyone who had a hand in his brother’s murder. And murder is what it was. Callum was sure of it. When Callum returned to Scotland, to avenge his brother’s death, his stone heart began to soften. Margaret, the niece he had never met, won his heart over the moment she spoke with him. She was beautiful and innocent and his brother’s daughter. Rebecca, however, was another story. He didn’t care where she went or whom she married; just as long as she was aware that she wouldn’t be taking her daughter with her. No, Margaret was staying with him. He was her guardian now.

As Callum dug for information about his brother’s death, his enemies became nervous. Rebecca was torn; should she side with Callum who had Margaret under his roof, or with the people she had trusted for years, but whom Callum felt murdered her late husband?

A Devil in Scotland is the third book in the intriguing Suzanne Enoch’s No Ordinary Hero’s series. I found the book engaging, the storyline captivating, and the dialogue realistic. A Devil in Scotland is an enjoyable read.

Thank you, St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley, for my advanced review copy.

~4 out of 5 stars~ Review by Peg Glover

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Bio-(From Author’s Page on Amazon)

A lifelong lover of books, Suzanne Enoch has been writing them since she learned to read. She is the author of two well-received traditional Regencies, 24 and counting England-set Historical Romances, four contemporary Romantic Suspense novels, and a growing number of Scottish Highlands Historical Romances including the October 2016 release of HERO IN THE HIGHLANDS (Book One in the No Ordinary Hero trilogy).

A native and current resident of Southern California, Suzanne lives with a green parakeet named Kermit, some very chirpy finches, and a small army of Star Wars figures (including a life-size Yoda). Her books regularly appear on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists, and when she’s not busily working on her next book or staging fights with action figures, she likes to read, play video games, and go to the movies with her large and supportive village.

 

 

Best New Historical Fiction Releases for April May June 2017

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My Review of 5-Star New Historical Fiction Releases April/May/June 2017

 

In Case You Missed Any of This Fantastic Books-Here Are The Links to My Reviews:

6/27/17 The Highlandland Commander by Amy Jarecki-5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/06/26/the-highland-commander-by-amy-jarecki/

6/7/17 Vikings: Deception by Ceri Bladen-5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/06/07/vikings-deception-by-ceri-bladen/

6/6/17 The Alabaster Hip by Maggie Fenton- 5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/05/22/the-alabaster-hip-by-maggie-fenton/

5/31/17 A Daughter’s Courage by Renita D’Silva- 5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/05/19/A-Daughter’s-Courage-by-Renita-D’Silva/

05/02/17 Never Trust A Pirate by Valerie Bowman- 5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/25/never-trust-a-pirate-by-valerie-bowman/

4/04/17 I Dared The Duke by Anna Bennett- 5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/04/i-dared-the-duke-by-anna-bennett/

4/01/17 Miss Whitaker Opens Her Heart by Jennifer Moore- 5 stars
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/30/miss-whitaker-opens-her-heart-by-jennifer-moore/

4/04/17 My One True Highlander by Suzanne Enoch- 5 stars (Hist fic)
https://write-escape.com/2017/04/04/my-one-true-highlander-by-suzanne-enoch/

 

My One True Highlander by Suzanne Enoch

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Laugh-Out-Loud New Release by Suzanne Enoch!

 

My One True Highlander is a perfectly paced, humorous, and highly entertaining historical fiction romance. I loved it!

Marjorie Forrester was stunned by her sudden status and wealth. Her brother, unexpectedly, became the new Duke of Lattimer, and she a Lady. Marjorie’s brother generously gave her a lavish home in London to enjoy. The transition, however, was proving to be a difficult one. Lady Marjorie hired a companion to help her become accepted by London’s polite society; something she has always wanted.

Marjorie was tired of listening to her companion’s lectures on how improper and unsafe it was, to show up at the Duke of Latimer’s castle, unannounced. Lady Marjorie was aware that her companion was only concerned for her welfare, but what kind of surprise would it be, if her brother knew when to expect her?

Lady Marjorie was furious when she found herself kidnapped in Scotland and shackled to a bedpost. How dare the despicable Scottish barbarian lock her up without so much as an explanation. Oh, how she wished she would have listened to her companion. However, the longer Lady Marjorie stayed in Graeme Maxton’s home, the more she realized how lucky she had been. There was a war going on between clans and not only was she right smack in the middle of it; she was also the prized pawn. Lady Marjorie shuddered to think of what could have happened if the opposing clan had been the one to kidnap her.

I enjoyed this laugh-out-loud historical fiction novel immensely. It’s superbly written with witty dialogue, likable characters, and a captivating plot. I especially loved the hysterical banter between Laird Graeme Maxton and Lady Marjorie Forrester!

Thank you, St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley, for my advanced review copy.

~5 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover

* Hero In The Highlands*by Suzanne Enoch*5-Stars

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Hero In The Highlands is a well-crafted, emotionally charged, historical fiction romance. I became involved with the characters and cared about them, right from the start. The author’s ability to describe the Highlands and capture the essence of the Scottish people, their culture, and dialect, made this book come alive for me.

Fearless war hero, Major Gabriel Forrester, was known as the Beast of Bussaco. He was also recognized for his loyalty and was honored by his soldiers. Gabriel thought that serving in the Crown’s Army was the only thing that he wanted to do in life. But, that was before, he met Fiona, a beautiful, fiery, Scottish lass, near Lattimer Castle. At first, Gabriel wanted nothing to do with his newly acquired title, Duke of Lattimer. He had no use for polite society and their extravagant lifestyle. Gabriel thrived instead, on the life-pumping, adrenaline rush that fighting in a bloody war battle gave him. But, the inherited title of Duke, was now his, whether he wanted it or not. So, Gabriel established a new plan. He was going to set his acquired estates in order, starting with Lattimer, and then return to the life he was accustomed to, in the Army.

The condition of Lattimer Castle was deplorable and seemed to be more trouble than it was worth; yet, Gabriel couldn’t bring himself to leave it, or Fiona, Lattimer’s sassy steward. Although Fiona’s sharp tongue, was usually aimed at Gabriel, he still found the bold and flippant woman, irresistible.

Fiona knew that she was in trouble when she started to think of the Duke as a hero, instead of an English devil, who needed to be booted back, to wherever he had come from. Gabriel was the only man, though, who ever listened and valued her opinion. Fiona knew that she should be hating and conspiring against the Sassenach, but, she couldn’t stop herself from falling in love with him.

Hero In The Highlands is a delightful read, full of romance, witty banter, and well-developed characters. I loved Fiona’s kindness toward her tenants, and Gabriel’s willingness to do whatever was necessary to care for them. The book tugged at my heart and made me laugh. I loved every page of this humorous, well-written, and touching story. I recommend this book to anyone who loves historical fiction romance. I look forward to reading more books written by this talented author.

I received this ARC from the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.

~5 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover