Published April 2019
Blurb: Honestly, it’s just common sense: don’t ever, for any reason, fall in love with a pirate.
No matter how tempting or toe-curlingly gorgeous he is.
And especially not when he steals you from your own wedding…
One minute, I’m being married off to a horrible, cruel man to sweeten a family business arrangement. And the next? My wedding yacht is being stolen, with me on it, by the powerful, roguish Highlander, Lord Malcolm McAuley.
Former pirate. Ex-soldier. Full-time scoundrel. He also happens to be toe-curlingly gorgeous, sinfully tempting, and utterly irresistible.
I should want nothing to do with the crude, filthy-talking alpha who’s stolen me from my own damn wedding. But the more I tell myself no, the more I want to tell him yes—to anything he wants…
Losing myself in those piercing blue eyes and wickedly perfect lips is dangerous. Giving in to his filthy words and pulse-quickening touch is a sin. He tells me I’m his, and the most sinful thing of all?
…I’m pretty sure he’s right.
Get tempted by tartan and jump right into filthy little bundle of trope clichés. Hot, wild, alpha af, and WILDLY historically inaccurate. Try not to get hung up on the historical details. Trust me, I didn’t ;). Warning: not responsible for lost or ripped bodices. Reader beware.
As with all my books, this one is safe, with no cheating, and a HEA guaranteed.
May be spoilers:
Stolen by the Scottish Rogue is the 2nd in the Kilts and Kisses series. This story has 12 chapters and an epilogue and is about Malcolm and Ailith.
They met a few weeks ago and he fell for her after they kissed. She’s betrothed to a known abuser and he goes for her on her wedding day to take her way for himself.
She’s a virgin. He’s been celibate for quite awhile. We do get to see their first meeting in a flashback. Instalove on both their parts.
There is slight push/pull in the beginning, even though she wanted him badly, but it didn’t last very long. No real drama. No ow/om drama, no cheating-I don’t count her being betrothed to someone else, no separations.
Good read. I love the hot, steamy parts.
Epilogue isn’t really a real epilogue, in my opinion. I love seeing far down the road to see where they are, but this one doesn’t show us anything really. I’m sure we’ll at least see a blip of them in the following stories. Still a great story and great addition to the series.
I gave it 4 out of 5 stars. Thanks for reading. Hope you check it out.
Goodreads shelves: celibate-hero, epilogue-married, faithful-since-meeting, fast-read, get-together-stay-together, great-read, hfn, instalove-lust, love-how-he-loves-her, no-cheating-between-mcs, no-ow-om-drama, no-sex-scenes-with-ow-om, push-pull, read, safe-for-me, steamy, virgin-heroine