Thank you Rachel’s Random Resources for the chance to be on the book tour for Conveniently Wed to the Laird by Jeanine Englert!
Conveniently Wed to the Laird comes out on the 24th of January and is the third book in the Falling for a Stewart series by the author! The book is 252 pages long and is published by Harlequin Historical in the US and Mills & Boon in the UK.
When new laird, Ewan Stewart, comes across a wife for sale at a market, he outbids everyone to rescue her. He never intended for Catriona to become his bride, but a convenient marriage could secure his clan’s future and her freedom. They agree that their arrangement must stay free of love, yet Catriona’s bravery and fire intrigue him. Can Ewan resist falling for his wife—the one rule he must not break?
Settle in to enjoy the complete Falling for a Stewart Trilogy along with some Scottish themed jewelry and book swag!
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This third standalone novel doesn’t feel like one at all! There are no rehashing of events; things move on as they should. The two Stewart sisters appear as side characters and if you hadn’t told me the first two books existed, I would have said I wanted books about them.
There was excellent banter between the two main characters, but I wish the author had fleshed the characters out a bit more. Laird Ewan is troubled by what is happening to the clan and struggles to maintain control, but that could have been shown in greater detail and we should have seen some growth there.
I love Catriona and how her main aim remains to somehow retain freedom in whatever shape or form she can. I also think it was so interesting how the author made her so observant; it’s a good way to remind the reader that she has had to be able to read people to survive.
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