‘Stolen By The Scottish Rogue’ is wonderfully, spicy fun. This is Malcolm and Ailith's story and I absolutely loved reading it.
In this book we find Ailith on a small yacht getting ready to wed a wealthy Lord who is not the sexy as sin former pirate Malcolm who stole a kiss from her before Una’s wedding in book one. Malcom is a Lord in the Scottish Highlands and he is obsessed with Ailith since their kiss... so much so that he kidnaps her... and takes Lord Carlson’s boat with him. As their marriage was arranged by her father as a business transaction she is not particularly excited about marrying the brute with a terrible reputation and in fact can’t stop thinking of that kiss from Lord AcAuley.
Being as stubborn as she is Ailith tries to deny what she feels for the rogue Lord Malcolm but it’s a lost cause, especially after being trapped in a terrible storm where their passions rise...
This book was exciting, sensual, playful and action packed. I can't wait to read what happens next in the ‘Kilts & Kisses’ series.
Unfortunately for this book, I read Wed by the Warrior first, which I loved. The 2 books are too close in similarity, the same use of descriptors, very similar sex scenes and the same pet names - a bit same 'ol, same 'ol. We want unique and individual stories, not rehashings with a slight twist. I will read the Vikings story but only because everything's been leading up to that one and it does sound different. Hopefully different enough.
This is a great read. I have read all the Highlander books in this series and have enjoyed them all. I love the characters and the way all the books share little bits of each characters stories before you get to the next book. All happy endings. A great read guaranteed. Love the way you write Madison Faye.
We met Ailith in the previous book in this series and learned she was betrothed to a man much older than her to be his fourth wife, the previous three all having died mysteriously at a young age. Not exactly a comforting thought, but Ailith has no choice – her father has made a business deal and she cannot refuse.
While on her groom-to-be’s boat getting ready for the ceremony while everyone else waits for her on the dock, Ailith is horrified to find the boat suddenly moving… with her on it. Once she runs up to the deck, she discovers the boat has been commandeered by Malcolm, a close friend of her friend Una’s new husband. It seems that Malcolm has decided to claim Ailith as his bride and isn’t going to let a simple thing like her engagement to another man get in the way. And Ailith isn’t about to protest too hard, because she is drawn to the rugged, attractive Scotsman who has spirited her away.
Will her former groom just let her go? Will she marry him or Malcolm? And how does the mysterious Viking Tor play into everything? You’ll get (most of) the answers in this steamy novella.
This was well written and had a good plot. Malcom and Ailith were great characters, both have had a strong attraction to one another. Ailith tried to keep her distance but these two were drawn to each other, their chemistry was sexy. 💋