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Lady Elizabeth Walsingham pined after the same man for years. When she finally realizes the brawny Highland laird doesn't return her feelings, she decides to leave for London and start anew. It seems that her prayers are answered when she catches the eye of a charming actor at the Globe Theatre - a man who is the complete opposite of the Highlander she once loved. Laird Ia Lady Elizabeth Walsingham pined after the same man for years. When she finally realizes the brawny Highland laird doesn't return her feelings, she decides to leave for London and start anew. It seems that her prayers are answered when she catches the eye of a charming actor at the Globe Theatre - a man who is the complete opposite of the Highlander she once loved. Laird Ian Monroe spends his time avoiding the bothersome young girl who dreams of their union. But when he travels to London and discovers that she has a new love interest with a dishonorable agenda, his perspective changes. Ian soon realizes that Elizabeth is no longer a child with a crush, but a beautiful woman in need of his help. He may have what it takes to rescue Elizabeth from her scheming beau, but does he have the courage to reclaim Elizabeth's heart as well?


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Lady Elizabeth Walsingham pined after the same man for years. When she finally realizes the brawny Highland laird doesn't return her feelings, she decides to leave for London and start anew. It seems that her prayers are answered when she catches the eye of a charming actor at the Globe Theatre - a man who is the complete opposite of the Highlander she once loved. Laird Ia Lady Elizabeth Walsingham pined after the same man for years. When she finally realizes the brawny Highland laird doesn't return her feelings, she decides to leave for London and start anew. It seems that her prayers are answered when she catches the eye of a charming actor at the Globe Theatre - a man who is the complete opposite of the Highlander she once loved. Laird Ian Monroe spends his time avoiding the bothersome young girl who dreams of their union. But when he travels to London and discovers that she has a new love interest with a dishonorable agenda, his perspective changes. Ian soon realizes that Elizabeth is no longer a child with a crush, but a beautiful woman in need of his help. He may have what it takes to rescue Elizabeth from her scheming beau, but does he have the courage to reclaim Elizabeth's heart as well?

30 review for Kill or Be Kilt

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mahima

    ⭐⭐⭐ 3.75 stars⭐⭐⭐ I didn't start reading serial wise but I really enjoyed the story. Last mysterious part kept me on my toes ❤️ ⚫Writing style of the author is amazing. ⚫Plotting was really good. ⚫Characters were amazing. Their progress was amazing but I would have loved if the author has given some more past glimpses of Ian and Elizabeth. Otherwise their chemistry was really hot🔥 Elizabeth was way too forgiving for falling in the arms of the man too soon that too when the man broke her heart brutally ⭐⭐⭐ 3.75 stars⭐⭐⭐ I didn't start reading serial wise but I really enjoyed the story. Last mysterious part kept me on my toes ❤️ ⚫Writing style of the author is amazing. ⚫Plotting was really good. ⚫Characters were amazing. Their progress was amazing but I would have loved if the author has given some more past glimpses of Ian and Elizabeth. Otherwise their chemistry was really hot🔥 Elizabeth was way too forgiving for falling in the arms of the man too soon that too when the man broke her heart brutally. Ian is so helpless when it comes to heart and feelings. He messed up alot with Elizabeth in the beginning but managed to do good in the end with the help of Rauri and Fagan. I loved their family and their bond ❤️

  2. 4 out of 5

    Caz

    Kill or Be Kilt is one of those books that is like a frothy dessert – enjoyable while it lasts, but easily forgotten. It’s decently written and the central characters are reasonably engaging, but it’s ultimately insubstantial, and there are inconsistencies to some aspects of the plot that had me shaking my head at such obvious contrivances. It’s the third book in Victoria Roberts’ Highland Spies series featuring the Walsingham sisters, daughters of Francis (Elizabeth I’s renowned spymaster) a Kill or Be Kilt is one of those books that is like a frothy dessert – enjoyable while it lasts, but easily forgotten. It’s decently written and the central characters are reasonably engaging, but it’s ultimately insubstantial, and there are inconsistencies to some aspects of the plot that had me shaking my head at such obvious contrivances. It’s the third book in Victoria Roberts’ Highland Spies series featuring the Walsingham sisters, daughters of Francis (Elizabeth I’s renowned spymaster) and nieces of Walter Mildmay, also a spy for the Crown. Elizabeth Walsingham’s older sisters are both happily married to highlanders, Laird Ruairi Sutherland and his guard captain, Fagan Murray and Scotland has become their home, but Elizabeth is starting to feel restless. Her older sisters are happy and her younger sister shows every sign of finding her happily ever after in Scotland, too, but Elizabeth feels as though she doesn’t belong and thinks that perhaps it’s time for her to go back to England to find a husband. Three years earlier, she had developed a massive crush on Laird Ian Munro, a close friend of Ruairi’s. Unfortunately, everyone – including the object of her affections – knew how she felt, but now, at eighteen, she is over him and wants to move on with her life. When news of her uncle’s death in a carriage accident reaches Sutherland, Elizabeth and her sisters travel to England to pay their respects, escorted by Ruairi, Fagan and Ian, and then while Ravenna and Grace go to Apethorpe Hall to visit their aunt, Elizabeth, with the men as her guardians, travels on to Hampton Court, so that the men can present themselves to King James and Elizabeth can experience something of English court life. Having stayed away from Sutherland for three years simply to avoid Elizabeth’s youthful pestering, Ian is astonished to discover that the girl who annoyed him to distraction has turned into a beautiful young woman. Of course, he doesn’t want her for himself – like her sisters, she’s too clever, too sharp-tongued and altogether too much trouble – but when she attracts the attention of a young nobleman and a respected actor, Ian starts suffering from a severe attack by the green-eyed-monster. And as if that weren’t bad enough, when other members of the King’s Privy Council are found dead under mysterious circumstances, it begins to look as though Mildmay’s death was not an accident, and Elizabeth and her guardians are drawn into the hunt for the killer. Ian is a bumblingly endearing hero, a big, brawny man who has absolute confidence in his sword-arm, but surprisingly low self-esteem when it comes to his appearance, and has no idea how to woo a woman. Elizabeth is a likeable heroine and doesn’t have as many TSTL moments as Grace did in Kilts and Daggers, but she isn’t very well defined as a character and is ultimately rather bland. The mystery element is very simplistic and while I enjoyed the banter between Ian, Fergus and Ruari, which is often quite funny, the idea of these big, brawny Scotsmen sitting around discussing women is pretty unrealistic and made me wonder when they were going to start braiding each other’s hair. One thing I found particularly problematic was the author's use of a number of Gaelic words and phrases in the story. I don't quibble with her using them, but each time, the phrase is immediately translated into English, which is jarring and quickly became annoying. These examples appear exactly as they appear in the text: ”Turas math dhut,”said Ian. Have a good journey. Or ”Tha e a-bhos an seao!” It’s over here! I venture to suggest that there is little point in using a language few of your readers will understand if you’re going to have to translate every word. I’m sure it was done for a reason, but unfortunately, the effect is probably not the one that was intended. Kill or Be Kilt will perhaps suit someone wanting to while away a few hours with a solidly written, but undemanding story. I didn’t dislike the book, but it’s extremely lightweight – on both the plot and emotional content – and isn’t one I can recommend without reservation.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anna's Herding Cats

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. Amazon: http://amzn.to/1sBVcmL Grumpy, growly Highlanders and smart, sassy English Ladies. Gah this series! I just love it. Kill or Be Kilt was utterly charming and deliciously entertaining! So the quick of it is that it's that the world is seriously trying to do Ian in. Not only are he and his fellow Lairds being forced to leave Scotland for a yearly check in with the English King but this time he's going to face one of his greatest fears as well... Lady E Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. Amazon: http://amzn.to/1sBVcmL Grumpy, growly Highlanders and smart, sassy English Ladies. Gah this series! I just love it. Kill or Be Kilt was utterly charming and deliciously entertaining! So the quick of it is that it's that the world is seriously trying to do Ian in. Not only are he and his fellow Lairds being forced to leave Scotland for a yearly check in with the English King but this time he's going to face one of his greatest fears as well... Lady Elizabeth. The sister-in-law of another Laird and the young lady who has been smitten with him since she was 15 years old and not one bit shy of letting him know she wanted him badly. Trying times are definitely ahead especially when he realizes she's no longer a child but every inch the desirable woman. I loved these two! Ian. Poor sod. He just cannot get anything right. He's a good bit older than Elizabeth--near 16 years-- and is brilliant when it comes to defending what's his but when faced with a smitten young lady? Yeah. Total blunder. lol He's unruly and maybe not the handsomest of faces and, again, no skills when it comes to wooing the ladies...but I just adored him and his bumbles. He's got a fierce protective streak and even though he's this huge bruiser he's got a very sweet, gentle side as well. Yeah. I totally got being smitten with Ian. And then there's Elizabeth. She's only 18 but whew boy the chickie knows what she wants and doesn't hesitate to tell these Lairds what's what. I loved her fire and spirit and that she saw something in Ian that others didn't (including himself). The two were an absolute trip. She's bright and shiny and he's, well, not. lol It was so fun watching them deal with each other and him trying to resist the temptation she presented. And Court. Whew! I loved it! It was hilarious watching the Scots and their disdain for all things English and how badly they handled being forced to endure day upon day of Englishmen and all their dainty ways. The guys were a hoot as they followed Elizabeth around as she experienced it all from dancing to jousts to the gardens and libraries. Add in the intrigue of the King's advisers being killed off and keeping suitors at bay who showed interest in Elizabeth and they definitely had their hands full. I was able to guess the villains and such early on but it was still fun watching it all unfold. All in all, Kill or Be Kilt was one heck of a time. Sweet, sexy, funny and a little dangerous...it had it all.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Esther

    Netgalley for an honest review. 3.5 rating with review to come. Elizabeth has had a crush on Ian for what seems like forever, but of course the feelings are not returned. Ian has known what Elizabeth feels but avoids the young girls as much as possible. Years later Elizabeth is traveling to London with her brothers and Ian is accompanying them. Ian and Elizabeth have not seen each other in years and Ian notices how grown up she is. Elizabeth is determined that she isn't infatuated with Ian anymore Netgalley for an honest review. 3.5 rating with review to come. Elizabeth has had a crush on Ian for what seems like forever, but of course the feelings are not returned. Ian has known what Elizabeth feels but avoids the young girls as much as possible. Years later Elizabeth is traveling to London with her brothers and Ian is accompanying them. Ian and Elizabeth have not seen each other in years and Ian notices how grown up she is. Elizabeth is determined that she isn't infatuated with Ian anymore and is determined to find a love interest. This of course is a wake up call for Ian as he realizes that he does have feelings for Elizabeth. But during there stay at court things begin to happen that involve murder and mystery. I found this to be a well written book with a blend of both mystery and romance. I liked Elizabeth okay, but found her somewhat childish at times. Ian was a likable hero, smart and a charming. I found this to be light on the romance and leaning more towards a mystery.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lover of Romance

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance Summary Elizabeth Walsingham has been in love with the highland laird Ian Monroe since she was fifteen years old but he has always rejected her affections. Elizabeth is determined to not let Ian effect her anymore. She plans on leaving for London and staying there and having a fresh start. Ian Monroe has always found himself frustrated with Elizabeth but her sisters even more so. Even though she used to follow him everywher This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance Summary Elizabeth Walsingham has been in love with the highland laird Ian Monroe since she was fifteen years old but he has always rejected her affections. Elizabeth is determined to not let Ian effect her anymore. She plans on leaving for London and staying there and having a fresh start. Ian Monroe has always found himself frustrated with Elizabeth but her sisters even more so. Even though she used to follow him everywhere. But when Ian is to be an escort to Elizabeth during a session of court with the king of England, he starts to realize how much he has always cared for her. Elizabeth and Ian are at odds constantly, chemistry heats up between them and with some mysterious deaths cropping up at court, danger increases and Elizabeth and Ian are forced to face what they have been hiding from each other. The Hero Ian Munroe, is a proud highlander and leader of his clan. He despises everything English, and he finds the Walsingham sisters frustrating and annoying and they are from a family of English spies. Ian isn't a reserved man, he is bold and daring and a powerful warrior. Ian is a character we have seen through this series and boy is a entertaining character and I loved seeing him as the main character of the story. He is the type of hero I love the most in seeing in this genre. He is brooding, stubborn, and grumpy!! He doesn't like anything English and isn't afraid to admit it. He cracked me up through the whole story and he does make the best swoon worthy hero in the end. The Heroine Elizabeth is a heroine you can stand by from beginning to end. I really liked that stands her ground with Ian. She is determined to make her own life and pave her way to happiness and isn't going to let a stubborn Scot get in her way. She is the third of the sisters, and I liked how different she is from the others. She is just as strong, but not as bold as her two other sisters. She isn't a spy or cunning or crafty at all, but is opinionated, strong willed and passionate about her own opinions. She is proud of her heritage, and isn't afraid to put Ian or her two brothers in law in their place when its needed. She was full of surprises in this story and it was interesting seeing her shine in many moments. Plot and Story Line Kill or Be Kilted is the best book of the series that I have read so far. The previous book I had some struggles with, so I was a bit nervous about this one but bam did I fall back in love with this author pretty quickly. First off this was a very quick and fast paced read and I loved the ride that Roberts takes us on. Second is the time period---I adore this time period. Its the Stewart Era, which is one of the best periods to read in if you like those kilted Scots. I found this book so fascinating. The set up for the story, is that the family has to travel to London, since the Scottish Lairds have been recalled to pay homage to the King of England. And boy do these Scots complain----I almost thought they were children with their bickering and bantering and not wanting to be around the "English" hehe It was quite entertaining to see these men be out of their element. And their comments considering their dislike for anything English was so funny and I cracked up so many times. Now this is where Elizabeth becomes a favorite of mine. She doesn't tolerate it for very long. I liked that, she isn't a door mat, she stands up to them especially Ian. Boy do these two go back and forth between liking each other and not liking one another. Then we have a murder plot which really added some intensity and intrigue to the story that felt just perfect for this story. The chemistry between these two is what made this book rock solid. Honestly, these two are fiery hot and so many moments to swoon to. The romance is written in just the right way and with the court setting here, everything just fell into place with this one. Highly recommend!! Ye're the bright love of my heart The Cover SEX!! HOT!!! MOUTHERWATERING GOOD!! First off all that gleaming muscles....I just want to gobble him up. Second the HAIR!! I LOVE it. You don't see long hair too often anymore on covers and was the right touch. And is a man in a kilt could be more gorgeous??!! Overall View Kill or Be Kilted is a fabulous romance that had me excited, laughing through many moments and grinning from beginning to end!! A SEXY HIGHLANDER JEWEL! [foogallery id="21715"]

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jen Davis

    This is the third book in Victoria Roberts’ Highland Spies series, and while I could definitely see threads of the prior stories, this book holds up just fine as a standalone. Generally, I’m not a fan of an overly young heroine, especially when the hero is almost twice her age. And I don’t love it here, either. Elizabeth is only 18 year-old, and while the book constantly reminds me that she is an adult of her time, 18 is, well, 18. And the hero is decidedly full-grown at 33. That being said, the This is the third book in Victoria Roberts’ Highland Spies series, and while I could definitely see threads of the prior stories, this book holds up just fine as a standalone. Generally, I’m not a fan of an overly young heroine, especially when the hero is almost twice her age. And I don’t love it here, either. Elizabeth is only 18 year-old, and while the book constantly reminds me that she is an adult of her time, 18 is, well, 18. And the hero is decidedly full-grown at 33. That being said, there were parts of the dynamic between them that I liked. I’ll get to that in a moment. Elizabeth has been in love with Ian since she was 15 years old. But everyone just wrote it off as a childhood infatuation. Ian certainly never let himself think she could ever truly love him. He is a burly giant that intimidates men and women alike. But Elizabeth sees past that, to the kind and gentle man underneath. As the story begins, Elizabeth and her sisters must travel back to England after the death of their uncle. Her sisters’ husbands and Ian escort them, since the men have to hold court with the King. Once they get there, she decides she wants her own chance at court. She is tired of mooning over Ian and figures maybe she will find a husband among her countrymen. Long story short, Ian finally realizes what he has been missing all along, just as Elizabeth snags the attention of other potential suitors. This, as someone is killing off the King’s advisors, adding an element of danger to it all. So here’s the thing, while I didn’t love the big age difference, I generally enjoy an ugly hero, or one with low self esteem. One who sees himself anew through the eyes of his heroine. And this is definitely happening here. Ian is so sure no woman would want forever with him, I really enjoyed his realization that he was wrong. He totally makes a boneheaded move or two, but he tries diligently to rectify them. And once he recognizes his own feelings, he works hard to win Elizabeth. While there were times I could feel her youth, at least Elizabeth tried to stand up for herself and find a man who will return her love. The story spends a fair amount of time on the danger plot and the political intrigue… maybe too much, if you’re not into that. But the book is well written and entertaining, even if it’s not emotionally gripping. I liked it, but I do wish the heroine were a few years older. Rating: B *ARC provided by publisher

  7. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Just as Lady Elizabeth decides its time to move on from her childhood crush on Laird Ian Monroe, Ian decides that its time that Elizabeth needs his protection. Sent to court as one of Elizabeth's protectors, Ian quickly notices something is wrong with Elizabeth’s suitors and finds himself embedded in the protection and her care. You see, Elizabeth has captured the eye a nobleman or two as well as an actor to the courts. Their time at court quickly becomes embroiled in murder, political machinatio Just as Lady Elizabeth decides its time to move on from her childhood crush on Laird Ian Monroe, Ian decides that its time that Elizabeth needs his protection. Sent to court as one of Elizabeth's protectors, Ian quickly notices something is wrong with Elizabeth’s suitors and finds himself embedded in the protection and her care. You see, Elizabeth has captured the eye a nobleman or two as well as an actor to the courts. Their time at court quickly becomes embroiled in murder, political machinations and deceit. This is a position Ian never thought he’d desire, but now that he sees her for the woman she’s become he doesn’t know if he can let her go. Ian was an enjoyable hero with Elizabeth exhibiting some childish and naive tendencies. Kill or Be Kilt is a historical romance with a good dollop of mystery. Overall, a well balanced novel, Kill or Be Kilt has a sexy Scot, a feisty woman and a fun plot. I received this ARC copy of Kill or Be Kilt from Sourcebooks Casablanca in exchange for a honest review. This book is set publication May 3, 2016. My Rating: 4 stars Written by: Victoria Roberts Series: Highland Spies Series Sequence of Series: Book 3 Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca Publication Date: May 3, 2016 ISBN-10: 1402292066 ISBN-13: 978-1402292064 Genre: Historical Romance Amazon | Barnes and Noble

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ezinwanyi Chinyere

    3.5 stars. In this third book, Lady Ruairi’s little sister Elizabeth is all grown up and catching the eye of Laird Ian Monroe whom she had a crush on since she was fifteen years old. When Elizabeth’s uncle and surrogate father was murdered, Elizabeth and her sisters returned to England to say goodbye. Ian and his brothers went to protect the Walshingham ladies as the London court was full of discord and conflict. While in London, some suitors began showing interest in Elizabeth. Laird Ian found s 3.5 stars. In this third book, Lady Ruairi’s little sister Elizabeth is all grown up and catching the eye of Laird Ian Monroe whom she had a crush on since she was fifteen years old. When Elizabeth’s uncle and surrogate father was murdered, Elizabeth and her sisters returned to England to say goodbye. Ian and his brothers went to protect the Walshingham ladies as the London court was full of discord and conflict. While in London, some suitors began showing interest in Elizabeth. Laird Ian found something wrong with everyone who showed interest in Elizabeth. When an actor becomes the front runner for Elizabeth’s affections, Ian was forced to admit that his feelings for Elizabeth were no longer platonic. How can Ian get Elizabeth to see that his feelings are genuine? I liked this story but I definitely would have liked more romance and less historical fiction. The mystery of the murders and the court politics overshadowed Ian and Elizabeth’s journey to love. The characters were likable and the story as well written. I just didn’t care about the power struggle as much as I enjoyed the actualization of a love that had been brewing for a while. Ian was an amusing hero and I liked his Scottish bravado. It took me a while to warm up to Elizabeth because she was immature at times, but I respect her for making Ian work for it. After all, he did dismiss her as a little girl when she liked him so he had to earn it and it was fun as he tried to undermine Elizabeth’s beaus. This story was fun and would be a great read for readers who love Highlander romances that are more historical fiction and are lighter on the romance. *Special Thanks to Sourcebooks Casablance via Netgalley.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Bambi Unbridled

    Three years after the ending of Kilts and Daggers, the Highland Spies series continues with the third troublesome Walsingham sister, Elizabeth. If you have read the earlier books, you will know that the series has been following the Walsingham/Mildmay family, many of whom were engaged as spies for the Crown. Luckily for the Scottish men in their lives, the espionage activities have ceased (for the most part) and now they only have to deal with headstrong English women running amok through their Three years after the ending of Kilts and Daggers, the Highland Spies series continues with the third troublesome Walsingham sister, Elizabeth. If you have read the earlier books, you will know that the series has been following the Walsingham/Mildmay family, many of whom were engaged as spies for the Crown. Luckily for the Scottish men in their lives, the espionage activities have ceased (for the most part) and now they only have to deal with headstrong English women running amok through their keep. Lady Elizabeth Walsingham provided a bit of comedic relief in earlier installments with the way she followed the gruff Laird Ian Munro around like a lost puppy. She made calf eyes at his unruly visage, and made no secret that her young (15 y/o) heart was pining away for him. Elizabeth has pestered poor Ian so much, that he hasn't returned to Sutherland keep for three years! He wants no part of the obstinate Walsingham sisters. Now 3 years later, Ian does return to Sutherland lands to accompany the other Highland lairds to Court for their annual meeting with King James. What Ian doesn't quite expect is that Elizabeth has matured into a lovely young woman, who doesn't seem to be pining for him any longer. I really liked Ian as a hero. He's a huge burly Highlander, fierce and braw, but with a horrible self-esteem problem. He doesn't quite know how to deal with women, and suffers from a bit of foot-in-mouth disease. I found his awkwardness to be endearing and I loved his gruff demeanor. I especially loved that he tried to woo Elizabeth and was taking advice from Fagan, who really doesn't know any more about women than Ian. Elizabeth has matured somewhat and thinks she is ready to leave her feelings for Laird Munro behind. She doesn't quite know how to handle the mixed signals she is getting from him, but also seems to jump to the wrong conclusion whenever Ian is trying to make things right with her. I wasn't a huge fan of this heroine, but she wasn't overly annoying. She was a bit naive and short-sighted, and could have used a little more maturing. But I think her naivety was deliberate because she surely didn't see the danger when it was right in her face. I enjoyed the mystery of this installment. Someone is killing people in the King's Privy Council and, being at court, the Highlanders are embroiled in the middle of the court intrigue. The culprits were predictable, but that didn't detract from the story overmuch. With court intrigue stories, I find that I prefer to know the culprit so I can appreciate all the villainous machinations of the parties. I didn't enjoy the gaelic as much in this story for some reason. Usually I like it, but this time trying to sound out the gaelic phrases, followed by the English translations, was throwing me out of the story. I think I would have preferred to have fewer gaelic terms worked into the story in a way that you had to figure the meaning out from context rather than having an English translation. Overall, this was another solid Scottish Historical Romance by Victoria Roberts. I received an advanced copy of this book from Sourcebooks Casablanca in exchange for an honest review. 3.5 stars / 2 flames. Full review posted at Bambi Unbridled

  10. 5 out of 5

    Zoe

    I quite enjoyed the first 30% of the book. I thought man finally a book that I do not need to push myself to finish. Elizabeth's resolve to not fawn over Ian as she did at 15 won huge points in my book. Now 18, Elizabeth wanted to move on (you go, girl!). So she tried to get her mind off Ian, who had to travel with them to London. Elizabeth wanted to try her luck in England. Since this Scottish laird did not seem to return her favors, she thought maybe her destiny was to be in England. Until thi I quite enjoyed the first 30% of the book. I thought man finally a book that I do not need to push myself to finish. Elizabeth's resolve to not fawn over Ian as she did at 15 won huge points in my book. Now 18, Elizabeth wanted to move on (you go, girl!). So she tried to get her mind off Ian, who had to travel with them to London. Elizabeth wanted to try her luck in England. Since this Scottish laird did not seem to return her favors, she thought maybe her destiny was to be in England. Until this point, all was going well for me. I liked Elizabeth. I don't like a woman pining for a man but I like Elizabeth. She did not wallow in self-pity. She tried to turn her fate without being childish or rebellious. Ian is your typical highlander. Enough said about him. That is all you need to know. Once they got to the English court in London, the book turned dull. I lost the initial excitement and began waiting for something to happen. Anything at all. But what happened was a disappointing show of Elizabeth and 2 not so great suitors and a jealous Ian, whose sentiments came out of nowhere. I was not ready for Ian to feel possessive of Elizabeth. Dude, you avoided her like the plague! Victoria Roberts also threw in a murder mystery in the book, which did little for the romance in my eyes. When Ian blurted out the "you are the bright love of my heart" and "I love you", my eyes went twice their normal size. Whaaaaaat??? So now they loved each other? I have said this many times before: I believe attraction is instant. You may not notice it. But it is always there. But affection, is entirely something else. It needs time and shared experiences to grow. I will buy insta-lust. That is how lust works. It is quick and superficial. But without it, it is hard to form a relationship. But love requires tender feelings. It is ok to fast forward that too, but you gotta give me a chance to believe that the couple has had the opportunities to develop those feelings. There have to be interactions, conversations, looks, incidents. The couple must spend time together, before the readers. Only then will I believe that they have indeed fallen for each other. That, did not happen for Elizabeth and Ian. It is an ok read. Just don't expect a soul-searching love story. Quick read that does not require a lot of emotional investment.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kirsty

    I'm going to preface this by saying I'm not the target audience of this novel. I'm also going to say that the title is my favourite thing in the history of my favourite things, but the story itself is vapid and dull at best. So, I'm Scottish, and this book was my introduction to the Half Naked Highlander shelf on Amazon. Now I shower and shower, but I don't think that I will ever be truly clean again. For what it's worth, this book is basically a cookie cutter romance with awkwardly written sex I'm going to preface this by saying I'm not the target audience of this novel. I'm also going to say that the title is my favourite thing in the history of my favourite things, but the story itself is vapid and dull at best. So, I'm Scottish, and this book was my introduction to the Half Naked Highlander shelf on Amazon. Now I shower and shower, but I don't think that I will ever be truly clean again. For what it's worth, this book is basically a cookie cutter romance with awkwardly written sex scenes and some of the most wonderfully awkward imagery. The characters are pretty bland and the sexist overtones are very much there. If you like a heroine who is just wild enough to defy other women, but "proper" enough to mostly do what men say, Elizabeth is very spirited and not at all a Mary Sue. (Okay I lied. She's a total sue.) She's probably not "offensive" but she's definitely not "groundbreaking." Her love interest is a literal dirty old man, but don't worry he's handsome deep down. I honestly, don't see the appeal of him to be honest, he's controlling and grumpy and even though I'm told he's a sweetheart once he has a haircut (a la Beauty and the Beast) I'm still struggling to get around the fact that he met his love interest as a fifteen year old child whilst being twice her age and then some, but we're told that three years is all it took to make that less skeevy. Also, you can't really say "Historical accuracy!!" to counter that, since the characters are wearing kilts when they haven't even been invented yet, historically. Obviously, the dialect coach dropped the ball on this novel, that is to say if they even showed up to work at all. Fagan and Torquil win the awards for "That's a Scottish name now?" and make it hard to imagine strapping highland lads when all you can imagine are the Jewish stereotype from Oliver! and an off brand medication bottle. I cackled every time someone said "Donna you -" as the fearsome Laird Munroe turned into an Italian plumber in my head. (It's usually dinnae, by the way.) But hey, you probably wouldn't notice unless you're a pendantic arse like I am! (Or if you've actually looked in a Scots dictionary.) Particularly fond of the sentences lifted almost word for word off of Wikipedia when discussing James VI and his art collection (which belonged to Charles I as I discovered on the very same Wikipedia page -- research is easy!) Also the typo which said James VI was the grandson of Henry VIII made me shake my head sadly. History is an art. And again, as a call back to the issue of age and romance, we should either adhere to history or we play fast and loose with it -- but we shouldn't really do both. Lastly, but not least, the interesting elements of the book (eg. MURDER, BETRAYALS AND PLOTS AGAINST THE KING, OH MY!) didn't even get a look in until about two thirds the way through the book and amounted to nothing exciting at all. 2/5 would laugh at the title and cover again.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    What fun! Kill or Be Kilt was a Highland novel with intrigue, fun family dynamics, and a romance that had been simmering away for about three years. Elizabeth and Ian finally dealt with their chemistry head-on and the results were well worth the wait. “Gradh geal mo chridhe.” She have him a look of amusement. “Gaelic, Laird Munro?” He briefly closed his eyes and prayed for strength. “I needed to say the words in my own tongue first because I needed to find the courage to say…” He lifted his hand What fun! Kill or Be Kilt was a Highland novel with intrigue, fun family dynamics, and a romance that had been simmering away for about three years. Elizabeth and Ian finally dealt with their chemistry head-on and the results were well worth the wait. “Gradh geal mo chridhe.” She have him a look of amusement. “Gaelic, Laird Munro?” He briefly closed his eyes and prayed for strength. “I needed to say the words in my own tongue first because I needed to find the courage to say…” He lifted his hand and gently brushed his fingers against her cheek. “Ye’re the bright love of my heart, Elizabeth.” Although this can be read as a standalone, if you’ve read any of the other novels in the Highland Spies series you’ve undoubtedly seen the attraction between our hero and heroine. Grouchy Laird Munro and lovely Lady Elizabeth had been circling each other for a while so here we finally got to see how things would pan out for them. Read More

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    This is the third book in the series and I can't tell you how much I enjoy this series. This one didn't disappoint. Loved Ian and Elizabeth. Elizabeth has always had a thing for Laird Munro, but he didn't return her affections. Now a few years later Ian is reunited with the Walsingham women and boy he's in for a surprise when he sets eyes on Elizabeth. Elizabeth has decided she wants to experience attending the court as her older sisters have to decide how to move on with her life because there This is the third book in the series and I can't tell you how much I enjoy this series. This one didn't disappoint. Loved Ian and Elizabeth. Elizabeth has always had a thing for Laird Munro, but he didn't return her affections. Now a few years later Ian is reunited with the Walsingham women and boy he's in for a surprise when he sets eyes on Elizabeth. Elizabeth has decided she wants to experience attending the court as her older sisters have to decide how to move on with her life because there is no hope with Ian. The trip to court turns out to be a life changer for everyone. I liked getting to know Ian better and the moment when he finally realizes how Elizabeth sees him and what a gift that truly is a special moment right there. The question is has he messed up too many times for Elizabeth to forgive him? This book has mystery, intrigue, passion, and love. An overall winner for me.It grabs your attention ans sucks you right in. A highly enjoyable read.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Heather andrews

    I liked that Ian worked hard (sometimes) to gain Elizabeth's attention, even though the girl could care less about him changing himself, “I know ye’ve been waiting to attend the theatre, lass,” said Ian. “I hope that ye find me suitable enough to be your escort this eve.” The man could’ve been dressed in rags , and Elizabeth wouldn’t have cared." Elizabeth has her man by the balls it's clear he'd do anything for her, "he rose and rubbed his hand over his brow. “Ye are nae going to sleep on the f I liked that Ian worked hard (sometimes) to gain Elizabeth's attention, even though the girl could care less about him changing himself, “I know ye’ve been waiting to attend the theatre, lass,” said Ian. “I hope that ye find me suitable enough to be your escort this eve.” The man could’ve been dressed in rags , and Elizabeth wouldn’t have cared." Elizabeth has her man by the balls it's clear he'd do anything for her, "he rose and rubbed his hand over his brow. “Ye are nae going to sleep on the floor. I will come to your bed.” I really enjoy this series the men are fierce and sexy, the women are sassy and smart.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Jo Weir

    Can we take a moment to talk about this witty title? I mean, come on! How could I not read this one. I simply could not pass up reading this book based on the title alone. In fact, because of the title I read the first 2 books just so I would know what was going on in this one. This being said, I will let you know now that is unnecessary; you can read this one as a standalone without having to read the previous 2 books. Although the first two where nowhere near as cute as this one and didn’t gra Can we take a moment to talk about this witty title? I mean, come on! How could I not read this one. I simply could not pass up reading this book based on the title alone. In fact, because of the title I read the first 2 books just so I would know what was going on in this one. This being said, I will let you know now that is unnecessary; you can read this one as a standalone without having to read the previous 2 books. Although the first two where nowhere near as cute as this one and didn’t grab me the way this one did, I don’t regret reading the first two. These have been my two favorite characters thus far and I am now seriously looking forward to book 4. There is a book 4, right?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Expect murder, deceit and intrigue galore along with a heated romance! She was no longer a girl but had become an enchantress - still young, but beautiful nevertheless. His musings were interrupted by a male voice. "Munro, ye do remember Lady Elizabeth, eh?" How could he forget the reason why he'd avoided Sutherland lands for the past three years?" KILL OR BE KILT by Victoria Roberts is a very enjoyable Scottish romance as Elizabeth, another of the English Walsingham sisters, gives brawny Highlan Expect murder, deceit and intrigue galore along with a heated romance! She was no longer a girl but had become an enchantress - still young, but beautiful nevertheless. His musings were interrupted by a male voice. "Munro, ye do remember Lady Elizabeth, eh?" How could he forget the reason why he'd avoided Sutherland lands for the past three years?" KILL OR BE KILT by Victoria Roberts is a very enjoyable Scottish romance as Elizabeth, another of the English Walsingham sisters, gives brawny Highlander Laird Ian Munro a few lessons in how to court a lady. Much of this installment takes place at the English court with tournaments, plays, archery matches, dances, and plenty of behind-the-scenes crooked hijinks. KILL OR BE KILT is the story of Lady Elizabeth Walsingham and Laird Ian Munro. As the story begins, Ian arrives at his best friend's castle as both he and the laird there have been summoned to court and they plan to travel there together. Ian has been avoiding his best friend's home since he'd married one Walsingham sister and the other sisters, including Elizabeth, have also made their homes there. Laird Ian is an imposing Highlander who strikes fear in almost everyone he encounters. But, Elizabeth was always an exception as she exhibited a crush on Ian from the moment they met. However, she was a child then and Ian felt that Elizabeth's attention was a passing fancy and a farce. When Elizabeth is re-introduced to him, Ian discovers to his dismay that she has grown into a beautiful feisty woman making her very difficult to ignore. Ian, while very confident of his fighting skills, does not feel at all deserving of her attention, nor is he knowledgeable of courting skills. Plans change when they receive word that the Walsingham sisters' uncle has died in an accident and they also need to return to England to pay their respects. Elizabeth has never been to court and is determined to take advantage of this chance to attend. Ian doesn't trust anyone else to protect her at court so Ian assigns himself as her protector there. He finds the task to be more than he expected with both a nobleman and a dashing favored actor who performs as King Henry III in a theatrical play vying for Elizabeth's hand just as Ian realizes that he wants her for himself. KILL OR BE KILT is the third book in the author's Highland Spies series but can be enjoyed as a standalone if that is your preference. However, fans of the series will be thrilled to know that previous favorite characters do make appearances. This story was well-written, well-paced and engrossing from the first sentence through to the last. There are plenty of both swoon-worthy and heart-stopping moments as someone is targeting the King's inner circle, which had included their uncle. So.. expect murder, deceit and intrigue galore along with a heated romance. I would highly recommend KILL OR BE KILT to anyone who enjoys their Scottish romances with a touch of mystery! My full review is posted at Reading Between The Wines Book Club. Please check it out here: http://www.readingbetweenthewinesbook... 4 Wine Glasses!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Barbee

    In this story and another Walsingham sister is its heroine this time is younger sister Lady Elizabeth. This is wonderful for readers of Ms. Roberts precious books, as they will have a feel for her and her background. Although you can read this a stand alone book too, if you are new to Ms. Roberts books or the series. So it's a win/win no matter if your new to the series or not. This is the third book in Victoria Roberts fabulous Highland Spies series that Scottish historical romance readers will In this story and another Walsingham sister is its heroine this time is younger sister Lady Elizabeth. This is wonderful for readers of Ms. Roberts precious books, as they will have a feel for her and her background. Although you can read this a stand alone book too, if you are new to Ms. Roberts books or the series. So it's a win/win no matter if your new to the series or not. This is the third book in Victoria Roberts fabulous Highland Spies series that Scottish historical romance readers will absolutely love! Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, 1613 ( though the story is mostly set in English court) This story starts off as an unrequited love story.... As Lady Elizabeth Walsingham has had an enormous crush on the Highland Laird, Ian Monroe since she was a young lassie. As she finally realizes he does not feel the same, her young tender heart is shattered and broken. Ian only sees her as pesty, bothersome, little lass which has forced him to stay away from Sutherland lands for the past three years. He does not realize his rejection has promted Elizabeth start a new life in England and forget all about Lord Ian Monroe. Sometime fate has to jump in... In England, Many years later Laird Ian is in London by chance and finds the pesty young girl once he knew has turned into a beautiful woman with all the right curves. Problem is she seems to avoid him like the plague! A death in Elizabeth family draws Ian and Elizabeth closer as he tries to comfort her she still seems to avoid him. Plus an unscrupulous actor and one of the Kings favorites wants to marry Elizabeth, just as Ian realized he wants the same. Plus three of the Kings advisors have suddenly been murdered! Is Elizabeth in danger too? Could it be this actor? Elizabeth's devious new suitor whom is actually a Spaniard, hiding behind a perfected English accent? Ian plans to put Elizabeth out of harms way, but can he reveal the truth about the spying? So he plans to rescue Elizabeth from this miscreant as he finally see's Elizabeth as the beautiful, desirable, smart woman he now desires and loves. Let's just say he has to work his way to be in Elizabeth's good graces and heart again. Will she chose a Kings favorite or a brawny highland Laird? Who would you choose? Will Elizabeth forgive the man who broke her tender young heart three years ago? You will have to read this wonderful exceptional book to find out! I hope you enjoy it much as I did....happy reading! - Celtic Barb - Another riveting, fast paced, 352 page turner full of adventure, heartbreak, betrayal, mystery, suspense, tragedy, death, deceit, murder, mayhem, romance, passion and love. All the elements that keeps this captivating story fascinating from start to finish. Wonderful dialogue, I love gaelic in books so that was a huge plus for me and really beautifully written. Bravo - Victoria Robert another outstanding Highland Spies Book. Celticbarb.blogspot.com and facebook group Tartan Book Reviews highly recommends! ***I was given this book from the Sourcebooks Casablanca publishers in exchange through netgalley.com for an honest review.*** Highland Spies Series by Victoria Roberts 1) My Highland Spy 2) Kilts and Daggers 3) Kill or Be Kilt

  18. 5 out of 5

    April

    Kill or Be Kilt by Victoria Roberts is #3 in her exciting "Highland Spies" series, but can be read as a stand alone. Once again, Ms. Roberts has written a superb Scottish Historical Romance. It has many twists and turns, some danger, intrigue, adventure, passion, secrets and the lure of court intrigue. The H/H are interesting, a bit humorous at times, very likeable with a vulnerable side. It it a bit slow in the beginning, but picks up quickly. Ms. Roberts has always fascinated me with her knowl Kill or Be Kilt by Victoria Roberts is #3 in her exciting "Highland Spies" series, but can be read as a stand alone. Once again, Ms. Roberts has written a superb Scottish Historical Romance. It has many twists and turns, some danger, intrigue, adventure, passion, secrets and the lure of court intrigue. The H/H are interesting, a bit humorous at times, very likeable with a vulnerable side. It it a bit slow in the beginning, but picks up quickly. Ms. Roberts has always fascinated me with her knowledge of Scottish history, her quiet but serious sense of humor and her intriguing, interesting characters, her magnificent storytelling and her way of pulling characters into a story. Another hit for Ms. Robers. I look forward to her next grand Scottish adventure! Another must read "Highland Spies". Fans of Highlanders, Scottish Romance and grand adventures, really should pick up "Kill or Be Kilt". Received for an honest review from Net Galley. Rating: 4.5 Heat rating: Mild Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

  19. 4 out of 5

    Yaritza

    This is the third book in the Highland Spies series. Was very happy that after three years Ian has come back to see his friend Ruairi. The chemistry between Elizabeth and Ian still have sparks. As much as he doesn't want to show weakness that he has fallen for Elizabeth he just can't help himself following and protecting her. I was laughing at how he was following her all over the the court and was jealous. He still can't get over that she is a lot younger and strikingly beautiful. Ian doesn't t This is the third book in the Highland Spies series. Was very happy that after three years Ian has come back to see his friend Ruairi. The chemistry between Elizabeth and Ian still have sparks. As much as he doesn't want to show weakness that he has fallen for Elizabeth he just can't help himself following and protecting her. I was laughing at how he was following her all over the the court and was jealous. He still can't get over that she is a lot younger and strikingly beautiful. Ian doesn't think he has any good looks and feels that lasses don't really love him. To find out the after three years Elizabeth loves him he just can't see the possibility of it being true. Love conquers no matter age and beauty. Love that this story has a murder mystery made the book very interesting. Thanks Victoria for another amazing story with some Highlanders. Please don't miss out this book and series.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

    I was given this arc in exchange for honest review. Well I finally got to read Ian and Elizabeth's story and was very happy with the end result. I loved how it took all three men to keep her out of trouble and yet trouble still managed to find her. Loved the mystery and intrigue of court life and how the Scots were treated, like little boys that needed to be put in their place. Good thing they knew how it was and what to expect. The story was funny yet honest and refreshing. Unlike other romances I was given this arc in exchange for honest review. Well I finally got to read Ian and Elizabeth's story and was very happy with the end result. I loved how it took all three men to keep her out of trouble and yet trouble still managed to find her. Loved the mystery and intrigue of court life and how the Scots were treated, like little boys that needed to be put in their place. Good thing they knew how it was and what to expect. The story was funny yet honest and refreshing. Unlike other romances where they keep their feelings to themselves and are afraid to voice them, Ian and Elizabeth didn't have that problem. Their problem was not saying what they had to say before things escalated. So many misunderstandings is what got them in trouble. I will not spoil anything about the story except to say, it is well worth reading the story and getting the series. If you pay attention to the ending you may just solve the mystery.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    I received an ARC copy from NetGallery in exchange for an honest review. The story is about Lady Elizabeth Walsingham, who has pined after the same man for years. When she finally realizes the he doesn't return her feelings, she decides to leave for London and start anew. where she of course meets a charming actor. Laird Ian Monroe spends his time avoiding Elizabeth who is in love with him. But when he travels to London and discovers that she has a new love interest, he changes his mind. But wil I received an ARC copy from NetGallery in exchange for an honest review. The story is about Lady Elizabeth Walsingham, who has pined after the same man for years. When she finally realizes the he doesn't return her feelings, she decides to leave for London and start anew. where she of course meets a charming actor. Laird Ian Monroe spends his time avoiding Elizabeth who is in love with him. But when he travels to London and discovers that she has a new love interest, he changes his mind. But will Ian be able to win Elizabeth back from the actor. I really love Victoria Roberts books.I very much enjoy the problem Ian faced to win her back.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    How many of us had a crush as a teen-ager on someone we thought unattainable, and yet we hoped anyway? I know I did. And so, as I saw Elizabeth grow older and meet her crush again, I had to cheer her on. As an added treat to this love story we get to travel to the court of King James in London and watch as murder terrorizes the inhabitants. This is a "dream come true" romance with a touch of mystery that captures the attention of the reader and doesn't let go to the end. I was given an ARC for an How many of us had a crush as a teen-ager on someone we thought unattainable, and yet we hoped anyway? I know I did. And so, as I saw Elizabeth grow older and meet her crush again, I had to cheer her on. As an added treat to this love story we get to travel to the court of King James in London and watch as murder terrorizes the inhabitants. This is a "dream come true" romance with a touch of mystery that captures the attention of the reader and doesn't let go to the end. I was given an ARC for an honest review.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Romancing the Book

    Reviewed by Robin Book provided by NetGalley I can’t pass up a Highland story. It is especially hard when you have sexy men over six feet and in kilts. Swoon material… It also makes for an interesting book when those prim and proper English ladies fall for those oh so sexy Highland Laird’s. But these ladies may be prim and proper but they were also well some were spies for the King. So they are not only beautiful but were also able to hold their own. Elisabeth fell for Ian when she was young. In sh Reviewed by Robin Book provided by NetGalley I can’t pass up a Highland story. It is especially hard when you have sexy men over six feet and in kilts. Swoon material… It also makes for an interesting book when those prim and proper English ladies fall for those oh so sexy Highland Laird’s. But these ladies may be prim and proper but they were also well some were spies for the King. So they are not only beautiful but were also able to hold their own. Elisabeth fell for Ian when she was young. In short Elisabeth came from a family of spies but didn’t know it. Her sisters are married to highlanders it would seem natural that she would also fall for one. And fall for one she did. I found Ms. Roberts’s story engaging. Needless to say I missed the first two books in this series and now I am going to have to go back and read them. The family of characters was very believable and realistic. The guys were very perhaps overly protective of the women. Elizabeth’s two older sister’s Grace and Ravenna were both spies. As they head to check on their aunt after a beloved uncle is killed they give Elizabeth a small knife to keep concealed beneath her clothing. Also they informed her of the easiest way to take down a man; which by the way every woman should know. Elizabeth wants to go to England with her brothers-in-law; thus the reason for the crash course on defending herself. I enjoyed the brotherly concern or over-protectiveness given to Elizabeth by these intense Scottish highlanders. Family isn’t just immediate it is extended and encompasses everyone. These big extremely hot guys don’t back down. They can protect me anytime. I liked how Elizabeth finally won Ian over. She may have flirted but in doing so she was able to show him (unknowingly of course) how he was jealous from the start and just didn’t want to admit to his feelings or just didn’t know how. When they finally got around to admitting their love and making love…Ms. Robert’s gave us a simply classy experience that was hot, sensual and…You will just have to find out for yourself. The journey from the highlands to England was easy to envision as Ms. Roberts painted a very clear picture of the changes in scenery. The countryside as it changed made me want to find my way into the book and take the journey with her characters. So grab your favorite beverage and settle in for an entertaining story. I can’t wait to read the next one but for now I will settle for the previous two that I missed.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dea

    This book started a bit slower than the others in the series, and I have to admit, at first I did not like Elizabeth as much as a I had Ravenna and Grace. But as the book went on she grew on me. For a while the romance didn't flow as well for me as the first two books did, but it did eventually find its stride. I ended up loving this book, and it wrapped up very well. It was a great ending to the series. This book started a bit slower than the others in the series, and I have to admit, at first I did not like Elizabeth as much as a I had Ravenna and Grace. But as the book went on she grew on me. For a while the romance didn't flow as well for me as the first two books did, but it did eventually find its stride. I ended up loving this book, and it wrapped up very well. It was a great ending to the series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    3.75 stars I loved Ian. Liked Elizabeth. I wish the author had made her older than 18. Plus she was a full 15 years younger than Ian. I wanted to see much more character growth in Elizabeth I guess. I did love how Ian and her two brothers in law went to court with her and were a major part of the story. That was what made it most interesting to me. Also loved the court intrigue and the suspicious characters coupled with the mystery of the murders. All in all a good read.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    I listened to this on audio and the narrator does a good job. I liked seeing the characters from the other stories in this series. I like Ian, but felt that he should have more self esteem because he was a laird. Elizabeth was pretty strong and intuitive. I liked the story, but just didn’t feel it was special.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    Lots of family secrets. A close friend of the laird has stayed away because the younger sister of the lairds wife had a terribly obvious crush on him. But now she’s legal and he’s back because they must venture to Court. The story was okay. The characters were not particularly deep but they were fine. The story had a lot of holes.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    I almost read this in one day and had finals and stuff since. This was a quick, easy read with hot Scottish warriors except i didnt realize this was part of a companion series... either way it was ok but I found average. 3 stars.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jordan

    I thought the mystery aspect could have been a bit more, but at least it didn't overpower their relationship. I didn't care for the middle book in this trilogy, but the 1st and 3rd were enjoyable. I will try more from this author. I thought the mystery aspect could have been a bit more, but at least it didn't overpower their relationship. I didn't care for the middle book in this trilogy, but the 1st and 3rd were enjoyable. I will try more from this author.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The English setting of this was boring and I hated how many times Elizabeth and Ian had one chapter long miscommunication plots. This could have been the same length as the previous two books, but instead it was drawn out another two chapters.

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