Review: Once Upon a Tartan

GovernessInRed’s Book Review for: Once Upon a Tartan

Author: Grace Burrowes

Pages: 382

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

2013

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3.5 stars!

 

She smiled at him, and the grace and beauty of it, the sheer loveliness, was such that Tiberius Lamartine Flynn, for the first time in his nearly thirty years, felt as if a woman’s smile illuminated him from within.

 

“My great, impressive vocabulary fails me, Hester Daniels. My wits fail me; my reason fails me. I only know that I have met the love of my life, a woman who can help me to face life’s hurts and wrongs with courage, a woman in whose love and trust I can repose my entire heart, if she – if you – will have me.”Image

 

I enjoyed Tye and Hester’s story. Ms. Burrows did a nice job of letting the characters get to know each other. The banter was nice. The secondary characters were such a treat.

I liked this book but didn’t love it. Some parts rather bored me but quickly picked back up. I’ve always loved Grace Burrowes and her writing. She writes with such efficiency it could only be termed amazing.

**ARC graciously provided by Sourcebooks Casablanca via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

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