After the success of The Lady Most Likely, New York Times bestselling authors Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, and Connie Brockway have joined together once again, but this time to ask the question, who is The Lady Most Willing?
When Laird Taran Ferguson’s nephews refuse to wed and secure his birthright, he takes matters into his own hands, raiding a ball and kidnapping four likely brides—a bonny lass, an heiress with a slight reputation problem, a rich English beauty, and a maiden without a name or a fortune. But which one is ready to fall in love with the Scottish lord? Add a very angry duke, a decrepit castle, and a fierce Highland storm that is holding all of Taran’s “guests” captive to the mix, and readers will find themselves transported to a world of temptation, passion, and new and unexpected love. This historical romance novel in three parts—a single story with three compelling voices—is one that will not soon be forgotten.
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The Lady Most Willing...
All 3 authors make this novel special - real team work to keep all the characters consistent. Enjoyed the idea of a Scottish Laird kidnapping women to marry off his nephews. Love the ending as well - but you'll have to read it to find out the twist that makes this tale special. Be prepared to smile & laugh as you read this novel. Recommend to all that enjoy a good book. The narrator Susan Duerden is terrific at bringing the characters to life.
A Good Romp
I faltered in suspending my disbelief a few times with this one and it interrupted the sheer fun that the book can be. The writers are a seamless team and the book is laugh out loud worthy occasionally. Overall I think it would’ve done well to have been made into a series of interconnecting novellas or novels that don’t all occur within a few days under one roof but just begin there, and progress with the same characters. Overall though, it was amazing how realistic the writers managed to make it. I was unsurprised at the plot twist and left with a lingering question about Robin’s future inheritance. After it’s all said and done that little plot hole is the only thing that really bugs me. Well done, ladies.
The lady most willing...
I loved this book