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Her Scottish Mistake (A Perfect Escape) by [De Winton, Michele]
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"Adorable and sexy! An exotic vacation and a feel-good chick flick rolled into one." - Tawna Fenske, USA Today bestselling author.

Aspiring blogger Janie Milan is finally on her dream trip to Thailand. But when an unfortunate piña colada incident lands her in the path of a hot Scotsman, Janie finds herself dying to find out what's under his kilt. Only the frustratingly sexy man isn't who he's pretending to be…

After cutting a deal to keep his brother safe, Scottish heartthrob Blaine Galloway is hiding from the press. But his secret identity starts to slip the second he meets small-town blogger, Janie. Now the press is hot on their heels and Blaine’s life is tumbling into a tabloid-sponsored hell. Coincidence? He’s not so sure.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1194 KB
  • Print Length: 201 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Lovestruck (10 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #137,092 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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After her boyfriend cheated on her and then became engaged to her best friend, Janie Milan needed to escape her hometown for a little while. So, she decided to travel to Thailand where she was going to have the trip of a lifetime, which she does when she meets Blaine Galloway. Except he's in Thailand hiding from the press and when she finds he's lied to her about his identity, will she continue to spend time with him or will they go their separate ways due to press harassment and lose their chance at happy ever after?

What a fun, sexy read Ms. De Winton has penned in this story, encompassing a heroine on the trip of a lifetime to avoid a wedding she was invited to but has no intention of attending and a hero trying to avoid attracting attention from the paparazzi because of a deal he made to keep his brother safe. The way this story started had me sympathizing with the hero due to the deal he made to keep his brother out of trouble; a deal he had no choice but to make because he would do anything for his brother. Yet, what I liked most about the first chapter is the moment where the hero and heroine meet. Poor Blaine with what Janie does to him and then trying to fend off her wandering hands.

The dialogue was intense due to the main characters back stories and all that happens on their journey to happy ever after, especially with what the paparazzi does to them. However, there were also some really amusing light-hearted moments where the heroine compares things to items back home such as pop's tractor or her job working with snakes. Then there's also the playful dialogue between the main characters that had me smiling. Janie wants an adventure, and she certainly gets one with everything she goes through with Blaine.
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5.0 out of 5 stars "Her Scottish Mistake" by Michele de Winton is a wonderful, steamy read 21 April 2017
By Alexia Janie Evans - Published on
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"Her Scottish Mistake" by Michele de Winton is a wonderful, steamy read. It was so good I didn't want to put the book down. Janie Milan is on vacation in Thailand after leaving her hometown of Little Acre so she wouldn't have to see her ex marry her ex best friend. With the help from her Aunty Alexia she goes on a mini vacation of a lifetime. When she accidentally spills her drink on hunky Scotsman Blaine Galloway. Little does she know that he is hiding out in Thailand but from the press. The sparks between these two are HOT! Perfect for the adult reader.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great characters. Fun and Sun 11 April 2017
By Dorothy Cox - Published on
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A real fun romp in the sun. Loved the descriptions of Thailand, I am honestly thinking about going now. Saw on the Enttangled Blog that the author has actually been a few times and used her travels as inspiration. Definite fun read with great characters, laugh out loud moments and plenty of hot.
3.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable Scottish Mistake 11 April 2017
By Christine Hill - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I read a complementary copy of this prior to release and voluntarily chose to review it.

Overall Rating: 3.25 (sXe)

Quick & Dirty summary: Janie Milan can’t believe she’s finally in Thailand. It’s a littler earlier than she expected, but she’s been waiting her whole life to get off the beet farm and into the world. When she meets Blaine Galloway, Janie’s first impression is that the hot Scotsman is out of her league. But when Blaine, aka Bevan, goes from seemingly 75% interested in her to 100% interested in her, she knows she has the chance of a lifetime to have a romantic fling on an island resort. When things get a little too real for the vacationing couple, their true characters are revealed.

I like Janie and Blaine together. Blaine makes Janie feel good about herself, gives her confidence and seems to delight in her enthusiasm at seeing the world. Conversely, Janie is excited to have a handsome man treat her like she’s special and Blaine does everything in his limited power to protect Janie, which I find sweet. Really, though, Janie is the one who won me over the most. I like who she is by the end of the novel and I think I’d want to be friends with her if she were a real life person.

For me, there are two primary issues with the novel that prevented me from enjoying it more. The first is that Blaine’s perspective felt distant and emotionless. While I see the appeal of Janie as a character, Blaine’s observations of her didn’t quite synch up with my reading of the scenes. He says that she makes him feel like a better version of himself, which is great, but I’m not sure why he feels like that. It didn’t make sense based on the events of the book.

Second, the pacing of the novel is a bit off for me. It lagged from about 40%-60%. At the beginning I really enjoyed the book and got into it. But then it seemed like it was on a loop, without anything really happening. Once I got past the 60/65% mark, it picked back up again and I was glad I stuck with it because I enjoyed the end.

Is it worth buying? (Kindle $2.99)
I don’t necessarily think it’s worth buying, but I do think it’s worth reading, especially if you enjoy dreaming about or traveling to places like Thailand. The descriptions were great and I was happy to see Thailand the destination, since it seems generally overlooked in the romance genre as a place to go.

Something else you might enjoy:
Try Grin and Beard It by Penny Reid. It is a hilarious book and has some similarities with this one. A famous actress meets a country man, they trade some jokes and some smoldering looks. They don’t go to Thailand though. It’s pretty awesome.
4.0 out of 5 stars her scottish mistake 11 April 2017
By Eva Scalzo - Published on
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when janie milan spills her fruity cocktail all over a super hot guy on her once-in-a-lifetime trip to thailand, she pretty much only expects utter mortification. instead, in her scottish mistake, she gets more than she bargained for. the scotsman who introduces himself as bevan macgregor is actually up-and-coming actor blaine galloway.

blaine is currently hiding out from a fake, tabloid-friendly relationship that he's stuck in because he needs to bail his irresponsible younger brother out of yet another jam. he's supposed to be laying low and staying faithful to the fake fiancée, but since his encounter with janie this proves difficult.

at first he's taken with janie because she has no idea who he is. later, when she's figured it out and he's convinced her to forgive him for lying it's harder to say why he can't stay away. when he's with her, he doesn't feel oppressed by responsibilities, he's not stressing about his career and making the wrong move, and best of all, he doesn't have to pretend to be someone he's not. he can be regular old blaine galloway who thinks the reptile wrangler from texas is crazy cute and sexy.

and when they kiss and things get a little wild, it's hard to see how being with janie is a mistake. except somehow the paparazzi keep finding them. and when everything blows up, it's not just blaine's career that's at stake. it's his brother's life. and janie ends up as collateral damage.

fixing it will take some doing on blaine's part, but he is up to the challenge. the only niggling concern i had after reading this is that i'm still not sure who or what janie means when she refers to miss muffin. it might be her vagina? or an anastasia steele-like inner goddess? every time it came up i wondered if i had missed some explanation, but i couldn't bring myself to hunt for it. especially since it just served to pull me out of the moment and got me thinking about little miss muffet. curds and whey are not conducive to sexy.

do women regularly name their vaginas? or inner goddesses? i didn't think so, but maybe it is a thing.

**her scottish mistake will publish on april 10, 2017. i received an advance reader copy courtesy of netgalley/entangled publishing (lovestruck) in exchange for an honest review.
4.0 out of 5 stars Light and fun! 10 April 2017
By Monique D - Published on
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Scottish TV star Blaine Galloway is incognito in Thailand, far from the British tabloids. His brother Hamish has got himself in serious hot water: he owes a loan shark money, and the condition is that Blaine pretends to be engaged to Stephanie Johns, the loan shark’s wannabe TV reality star. Blaine wants to make it in Hollywood, and he wants no scandal to tarnish his reputation. One of the conditions of Blaine’s fake engagement is that he doesn’t go near another woman. All his carefully laid plans go out the window, when a lovely lass spills her cocktail on him. Janie Milan then offers Blaine to take him home to repair the damage. Janie is on a vacation to forget her cheating ex, she’s open to a fling: what happens in Thailand stays in Thailand, right? Until it doesn’t…

Janie is an appealing and modern character: a reptile handler, an accountant and she has a tiny blog; you can see where this is going, right? No, you don’t, because Michele de Winton has given the fake engagement trope a fresh spin, and the book gets stronger as you go along. Blaine has given Janie a fake name – sort of a fake name – and I was expecting the usual never-ending misunderstanding, and this is where Ms. De Winton shines: she handled the confusion masterfully! Usually this is my least favourite part of this sort of book, and in HER SCOTTISH MISTAKE, it was my favourite because the characters demonstrated their strengths, and the conflicts were beautifully dealt with, and when Janie puts on her big girl panties, they fit like a glove. However, I could have done with fewer mentions of ovaries exploding, melting, and flip-flopping however; it’s a notion that I can’t quite comprehend, and it got on my nerves. On the same subject, the sex scenes were beautifully done and tasteful. Both Janie and Blaine have solid backstories; they’re both very engaging characters; the pace is steady throughout, and the descriptions of Thailand are breathtaking: even if it does feel a bit of a travelogue at times, I didn’t mind one bit, because I felt I was along on that magical trip, and it made me want to visit! HER SCOTTISH MISTAKE is a light, enjoyable story with great dialogues, fun banter, and smooth, evocative writing.

I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

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