Review: Devil In A Kilt By Sue-Ellen Welfonder

Devil in a Kilt Book Cover Devil in a Kilt
Clan MacKenzie
Sue-Ellen Welfonder
Scottish Historical Romance
Gruenwald Corporation
May 27, 2020
ebook
416
Amazon.com

Devil in a Kilt
Special 20th Anniversary Edition

A Clan MacKenzie Romance

A fiery angel, a coldhearted devil, and a marriage hotter than hell!

Linnet MacDonnell is the youngest of seven sisters, and not the family beauty. With her flame-bright red hair and gift of second sight, no man wants her. But the devil will take her. Bartered as a bride to her father's sworn enemy, the powerful Highland chieftain Duncan MacKenzie of Kintail, she has no choice but to enter a marriage with a man rumored to have murdered his first wife and said to possess neither heart nor soul.

Forbidding and proud, Duncan MacKenzie, the Black Stag of Kintail, wants one thing from his new bride - to use her special gift to determine if young Robbie is truly his son. He never expects the MacDonnell lass to stubbornly follow her heart, chase away the darkness in his castle with light and laughter, and ignite a raging fire in his blood. How dare she defy him, and tempt a devil like him to feel what he fears most of all - love!

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Enjoy these other available Clan MacKenzie Romances...

Only for a Knight
The Taming of Mairi MacKenzie
Winter Fire

My Thoughts:



A wonderful 20th anniversary edition! So first lets make that clear. This is a reissue of a previously released book. As the author notes she made very few changes.

Now for the story.
First thus us a medieval Scottish historical romance. The story is well written with characters you’ll love or love to hate. The villain I still wondered even though I read this one 20yrs ago, I still wondered if he could be redeemed. There are many secondary characters you will love and be eager to see again. The 2 main characters, Duncan and Linnet, are outstanding. Duncan has long been a favorite hero of mine. And young Robbie well, he’ll melt your heart. These are flawed, wounded characters, they are not perfect, they are human. They make mistakes. They learn. Linnet is a strong heroine who I have always at times wanted to shake yet I’ve always understood her actions. Duncan is an alpha hero who doesn’t believe he is redeemable. These two lost souls find a love neither expected. Fans of true medieval historical romances especially Scottish ones, not fluff historicals, but true historically based romance will enjoy Devil Ina Kilt. There is a sensualty to this story that is very well written. So this is not a sweet romance. There is violence, danger, romance, love, peace, sensualty and more. And I’m so happy to see this 20th anniversary edition available. Highly recommended.

Reviewed by: WendyK

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Heat Rating: Steamy

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