Video Review/Giveaway – WHAT HAPPENS IN SCOTLAND by Jennifer McQuiston

This week, my alter ego is reviewing What Happens in Scotland, a fun Scottish-set Victorian romance by debut author Jennifer McQuiston. What did Cerise think? Check out her review on YouTube below:

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What Happens in Scotland

Comments

  1. I love anything about Scotland, men in kilts, and history in general. Mike Tyson was once a great boxer then he acted up and then tattooed his face lol.

  2. ninoskasua says:

    Mike Tyson?!? Really?

  3. Janice Hougland says:

    Georgette and James sound like a lively couple, Regency style (my fave genre BTW). And the blurb on Amazon puts this book in the same league as Mary Balogh and Sarah MacLean…so I’m definitely “in” for reading this debut novel. And per this video review by Cerise, I’m lovin’ it before I even read it! I think we have a new winning historical romance author on our hands . . . jdh2690@gmail.com

  4. Sharlene Wegner says:

    I don’t need to win the book because I already bought it, but I just wanted to say I really, really liked this book & I am looking forward to the other ones in the series!

  5. I love anything Scottish, especiallt the men in kilts. There is just something about that brogue….sigh! It is my wish to see Scotland one day, it is my dream vacation.

  6. Sheila M says:

    Love anything about Scotland.

  7. Love anything Scottish. I’m going to Scotland this summer. Can’t wait to go and would love to read this book before I leave

  8. Xoun J. says:

    Would love to read it! Haven’t had the chance to read much about Scotland, but I do love books that take me to new places. Thanks!

  9. I rarely read Scottish romance books because it’s so difficult for me to like one. I think I’ve only read about 10 books that are Scottish theme. Your review makes me really want to read it and I adore the cover. Thank you for the review and giveaway!

  10. Barbara Elness says:

    Scottish heroes in kilts kicking Mike Tyson’s butt, that would be a win for me. :D I’ve been looking forward to reading What Happens in Scotland, I can’t believe I haven’t picked it up yet.

  11. Janie McGaugh says:

    I love a braw Highlander in a kilt!

  12. Thanks for the comments so far, everyone! I really liked this book – I’ve always been a huge fan of Scottish romances (probably because I cut my teeth on Julie Garwood’s “The Bride”), but it’s fun to see a Victorian-era Scottish romance. And Scotland itself is gorgeous – I had the chance to go to the Highlands on a bus tour a few years ago, and it was one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. Totally gorgeous and haunting in the best possible way.

  13. LaRonda Atchison says:

    What’s hotter than a Scottish hero? I’m a sucker for the brogue!

  14. susan beamon says:

    like the video review, getting the tone of voice, which doesn’t always translate in writing.

  15. like to read about Scottish heroes

  16. Liz15000 says:

    Love your books. Can’t wait for next one.

  17. Juanita Decuir says:

    I love the tiara! I am reading your novel, Scotsmen Prefer Blondes (Muses of Mayfair #2)…Blessings to you!

  18. Jeanne Miro says:

    Hi Sara!

    I do so love men in kilts but then my ancestors were Scottish so I’m a little prejudice! I took my Italian husband on a trip to Scotland and he fell in love with the countryside (okay to be honest he’s a Master Stone Mason and he fell in love with all the stone walls!).

    To me there’s nothing better than to be served a fine glass of Single Malt Scotch by a Scotsman in a kilt!

  19. Cammie Watson says:

    I won a copy of “Scotsmen Prefer Blondes” through Goodreads and enjoyed it very much. I will look for you at the Writer Signing for Literacy (RWA) in July. Keep on writing and I will keep reading.

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