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Author: Banks Maya Secrets to Seducing a Scot · Read more · Never Seduce a Scoundrel (The School for Heiresses, Book 1). Read more. A remarkable woman whose rare gift teaches a gruff Scottish warrior how to listen with his heart. Eveline Armstrong is fiercely loved and protected by her. Never Seduce a Scot The Montgomerys and Armstrongs Eveline Armstrong is fiercely loved and protected by her powerful clan but Author: Maya Banks.


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She was sure he spoke, but she was too focused on the keep as they drew near to try to discern what it was he said. Not that Aiden was ever mean. He was just less patient than Brodie.

And he worried for her. That she had died. As soon as she entered the hall, she came to an abrupt halt, her gaze automatically finding the man who commanded the most authority. It was obvious—at least to her—who the chieftain of the Montgomery clan was. She swallowed nervously and her palms grew damp. He was big. Really big. Taller than even her brothers.

He was broad-shouldered with an equally broad chest, more narrow at the waist, and his legs were solid masses of muscle, as big around as she was. Maybe her first impression was a wee bit exaggerated, but he looked like a mountain to her. His medium brown hair was unruly. It hung to just below the base of his neck and curled at the ends, flipping this way and that.

Unlike his brothers—or at least she assumed the two men with him were his brothers—he wore his hair shorter. One of the men with him was beautiful. It seemed odd to describe a man with such a feminine term—and there was nothing remotely feminine about him.

It was a certainty that Eveline had never seen his equal when it came to fairness of face. It was hard to look away from him. The lines of his face. The strength in his deceptively casual pose. Something that intrigued her and drew her to look at him again and again. And then the most amazing thing happened. As she stood there gaping, nearly hidden behind her brothers, an odd vibration echoed through her ears.

But no, there it was again. A deep timbre—a voice! She pushed around her brothers so she could more squarely see the room and she searched for the source of that sound. That beautiful sound. It was him she was hearing! Uncaring of how forward or discourteous she might appear, she rushed forward, eager to be closer, wanting more of this delicious sensation in her ears. But his lips stopped moving the moment she halted in front of him.

They turned down into a frown as he stared back at her, almost as if he found her lacking. Color suffused her cheeks and she lowered her gaze, suddenly shamed. He would have heard the stories and here she came boldly rushing forward, not even refreshed or appropriately dressed to greet her prospective husband.

He must think her extremely disrespectful. She took a step back, her hands shaking at her sides, and then she chanced another glance up at him, hoping that he would speak again, even if it was to voice his displeasure. She craved that sensation in her ears, something to break the endless, suffocating silence she lived in. Graeme stared down at the tiny slip of a lass in front of him, taking in her heightened color and the sudden shame that had crept into her eyes.

When she looked in the direction he was staring, she saw that Aiden was in the distance motioning them toward the keep. Brodie put a hand to the middle of her back and nudged her forward. She was sure he spoke, but she was too focused on the keep as they drew near to try to discern what it was he said.

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Perfectly logical in her mind. Not that Aiden was ever mean. He was just less patient than Brodie. And he worried for her.

That she had died. As soon as she entered the hall, she came to an abrupt halt, her gaze automatically finding the man who commanded the most authority.

It was obvious—at least to her—who the chieftain of the Montgomery clan was. Power clung to him. It was an almost visible aura surrounding him. She swallowed nervously and her palms grew damp. He was big. Really big. Taller than even her brothers. He was broad-shouldered with an equally broad chest, more narrow at the waist, and his legs were solid masses of muscle, as big around as she was.

Maybe her first impression was a wee bit exaggerated, but he looked like a mountain to her. His medium brown hair was unruly. It hung to just below the base of his neck and curled at the ends, flipping this way and that. Unlike his brothers—or at least she assumed the two men with him were his brothers—he wore his hair shorter. One of the men with him was beautiful. It seemed odd to describe a man with such a feminine term—and there was nothing remotely feminine about him.

It was a certainty that Eveline had never seen his equal when it came to fairness of face. It was hard to look away from him. The lines of his face.

The strength in his deceptively casual pose. Something that intrigued her and drew her to look at him again and again. As she stood there gaping, nearly hidden behind her brothers, an odd vibration echoed through her ears. But no, there it was again. A deep timbre—a voice! She pushed around her brothers so she could more squarely see the room and she searched for the source of that sound. That beautiful sound.

It was him she was hearing! Uncaring of how forward or discourteous she might appear, she rushed forward, eager to be closer, wanting more of this delicious sensation in her ears. site Edition Verified download. I admit, I could not finish this book. I read a little over half of it and abandoned it by page What an incredible disappointment! The plot, two clans at war with each other are forced together by a marriage decreed by the king, could be interesting enough, but somehow the author has completely failed to raise any excitement or conflict about that overarching part of the story line and absolutely nothing happens that is worth reading.

Repeat for nearly pages. The hero and heroine are hardly even in the same room together. There are a lot of other characters talking about Eveline and their concern for her, but not much that actually includes her.

They exist for the sole purpose of proving a point that Eveline has it hard. There is no other point to their involvement in the story. In pages Eveline has swam in a river, toured the keep, eaten a couple times, slept, and somehow managed to develop feelings of trust for Graeme, who is hardly ever around, but is nice to her.

She explains it quite easily, with very little resistance to the idea, despite the fact that she has been hiding it out of fear for three years. The rest of their conversations are incredibly inconsequential. A smile here, a kiss there, a shrug, a single touch, a question of concern or a simple statement. That is the entirety of their dialogue in the first pages. Everything else develops outside of the two of them together.

This is perhaps the least compelling book I have read in a long, long time. I grew tired of hearing about their family dispute, which never evolved or changed. Any other conversation is merely filler and lacks creativity. Need the hero and heroine to end up alone together? And that is the extent of the conflict in the book. The only reason I got so far into this book is because I was waiting for something to happen.

I read a little past the first love scene, which I was waiting for, but even that was a let down. It reads like all the events in the book, as inconsequential as they are, are just there to give the two a reason to have sex, as opposed to the sex being a natural result of their blossoming relationship.

I like a romance with a lot of love scenes, so this is not a complaint that the scene was even there. If anything they needed so much more to happen between them to get to this point and have it really feel like a moment.

There was no heat between. No sexual tension. No buildup. There was hardly even a kiss between the two. There were no longing looks, no seeking each other out just to be near to each other, no finding a reason just to touch the other one. The one love scene I read was well written.

But there was nothing romantic or emotional about it. Afterwards there was no glow or reveling in it, it was just on with the story. And then they are consumed with trivial plot devices. It was exasperating and a chore to read.

This is the second time I read Never Seduce a Scot because the story is awesome enough to read twice. Maya Banks is a truly gifted storyteller.

I like the fact that the Eveline, the heroine, is different than the usual headstrong, opinionated heroines. She is deaf nobody knows about it and pretended mental illness to escape a betrothal with a cruel man.

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However, by edict of the king to settle a feud, she still got married to a neighbor rival clan chief , Graeme, the hero of the book. Since she is from a rival clan acceptance was an issue added to their misconception of her being mentally ill.

Graeme was everything that is kind and honorable towards her despite him thinking that he cannot have a normal marriage with her given her state of mind. Of course eventually Graeme finds out the truth.

So their love story unfolded with sweetness and in a quiet and gentle way which is sometimes just what a love story should be fireworks and the heavens parting and angels singing from above is just sometimes overrated.

There is a villain. And there is an act of heroism. And of course a guaranteed happy ever after ending. I can safely say this book has all the elements to satisfy a reader. One person found this helpful. I absolutely loved this story. It was quite simply It was a lot of fun to read too. An easy, uncomplicated, enjoyable romance. Laird Graeme Montgomery; intelligent and wise - - strong and patient. He's forced into a marriage by the King of Scotland A Clan he and his Clan have been warring with for over five decades.

They're bitter, sworn enemies, yet to disobey the King's edict would mean treason. Laird Graeme becomes loyally devoted to his new Lady Wife even though she comes from an enemy clan. Afterall he reasons.. She fascinates and intrigues him! Lady Eveline Armstrong She's everything good. And she pretends to be mute. She holds a secret that even her own family is unaware of.

She becomes the salvation of both warring Clans.

This is not only a story of a sweet romance - - it is a wonderful story of purging extreme prejudices and hatred. It's a story of examining one's priorities and realizing what matters more than revenge.

The few downsides in this wonderful story was There was no mention of plaids or tartans which were highly regarded during this era of Scotland.

It was just strange to read about these two noble, proud and high profile Scottish Clans who unite through marriage, and not one mention of their Clan Colors. Nor 2 no wearing of Kilts.Oh, how convenient. Let me tell you that the love scenes were really written well. Enlarge cover.

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Banks writes a story that is funny, serious, sad and heartwarming all in pages. There was deep sorrow in his eyes. I would still call it a HEA. Never Seduce a Scot tells a tale of surprising love between a couple whose families are sworn enemies. Graeme missed him every single day. site Edition Verified download. But when clan rivalries and dark deeds threaten the wife he has only begun to cherish, the Scottish warrior will move heaven and earth to save the woman who has awakened his heart to the beautiful song of a rare and magical love.

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