A Scot In The Dark
by Sarah MacLean
I didn’t like the tone of this book at first, and I was very tempted to put it down. But I’m so glad I didn’t! I quickly fell in love with the hero who had been so tragically misunderstood and scorned in the past. I really loved the hero’s backstory, his internal narrative, and the way he acts around the heroine. Also – what’s sexier than a man whose Scottish accent sneaks out whenever he gets lost in the moment with the heroine? Swoon!
There was also a sweet line questioning why we put so much importance on “firsts” or “seconds” rather than who we spend our lives with. I thought that in a genre often populated with virgins, this was particularly poignant.