To Wed a Wild Scot by Anna Bradley has been waiting to be read since at last July, it feels good to have ticked my third #20backlistin2020 book off the list.
It was the absolutely gorgeous cover that first attracted me to this novel, I haven’t read many regency romances, but Maddison Michaels introduced me to the genre and I have found I really enjoy it, especially if the female characters are strong ones.
Juliana, our main character is definitely a strong female, she’s headstrong, gutsy, stubborn and determined, though at times full of self-doubt. Logan, our leading man is also headstrong, stubborn and determined, but he has a soft heart underneath his imposing character.
I really enjoyed this novel, there were a few times I wished the characters would stop jumping to conclusions and just talk to each other, but this is an ongoing issue I have with many novels, at least they worked things out between them eventually.
I really do love a strong, sexy Scotsman and this novel definitely ticked that box for me. With great secondary characters, as well as a very unlikeable character that they have to deal with, this was an enjoyable read, and I’ll be looking for more books by this author.
Thanks to NetGalley and Lyrical Press for a digital copy of this novel in return for an honest review.