Summary

Ewan Cameron, estranged grandson of the Duke of Lotheil, is in London because of a deathbed promise made to his father and has no intention of staying beyond his three month obligation. Nothing can tempt him to remain, not even Lily, the beautiful bluestocking determined not only to restore relations between him and his grandfather, but to turn Ewan into a proper gentleman. Ewan, proud of his Scottish heritage, refuses to admit that Lily, a blue-eyed, English girl, has claimed his heart. It doesn't matter that his big lump of a sheepdog is madly in love with her. Nor is it significant that Ewan can always tell Lily apart from her identical twin sister. Always.
Lily Farthingale, the scholarly twin, dreams of becoming the first female member of the Royal Society. She grabs at the chance when the elderly Duke of Lotheil approaches her with a proposition - he will admit her into the Royal Society, if she helps him to establish a relation with his estranged grandson, Ewan Cameron, a very rough-around-the-edges Scotsman who hates everything English. Between shootings, explosions, and Lily's abduction, Ewan ends up falling in love with Lily in this Pygmalion-inspired story.
©2014 Myra Platt (P)2016 Myra Platt
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3 out of 5 stars
By karen on 23-07-18

book is out of order

This book is really the 4th in the series, so I plan to wait for all of them to be on audible and then figure out which one might be first.
3 of the sisters are married at the beginning of this book, so it is a little confusing as there is some kind of "curse" about meeting a strange man on their street. I think this is the 4th book, so be warned if you are like me and want to have the order correct.
The story is good , but a little contrived. The heroine is in danger and the hero has to save her. I did not really understand why the villans wanted to hurt the heroine, except for the fact that they seemed to just go crazy all of a sudden...pretty convenient!
there is a constant repeat of the overly large dog jumping up and licking the heroine. Several times just makes it seem stupid. A good editor would have helped this book to be a little tighter. I worry about the storyline when it is a self-published author.
The story was not great, but not the worst I have read. The narrator does an okay job, but I don't think has the right Scottish accent. After listening to Rosalyn Landor no one seems to sound authentique!

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4 out of 5 stars
By S Wilgus on 08-09-17

I loved the narration and the accents were great

Great story, alpha highlands male and sweet English rose come together in a great story. Hollis McCarthy brings it all together is a delightful narration. The story is well-written and makes me want to read more from this author. I truly enjoyed this book and give the performance two thumbs up. Worth your time, worth the credit.

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