The Virgin of Clan Sinclair
From its breezy plot to its complex secondary characters, the third book in Karen Ranney’s Clan Sinclair series is a gem.
The story follows Ellice Traylor, a modest young woman with a secret: she wrote a scandalous romance novel and wants to publish it. When she slips into a carriage compartment, thinking its traveling to Edinburgh, she is shocked when she runs into Ross Forester, the Earl of Gadsden. In a series of missteps and scandalous behavior, the pair end up in a precarious situation, which forces them to marry. Will Ellice be happy in her arranged marriage? Will she get to realize her dream of becoming an author?
I loved The Virgin of Clan Sinclair for its humor, its complex secondary characters and its cheeky hero and heroine. The banter between Ellice and Ross was amusing, and both characters were easy to love. I found myself chuckling at some of the scenes between Logan and Mairi, two of the secondary characters whose stories are told in another installment. Ross’s insightful mother, Janet, was another one of my favorite characters. This novel went above and beyond what I expect to find in a romance novel. The pages just flew by.
|Page Count||384 pages|
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