Conveniently Wed To The Laird Blog Tour

I love a historical type read so I was excited to read this book as it looked interesting and the blurb caught my eye. It certainly delivered and I was soon engrossed in the story of Ewan and Catriona, as they came together unexpectedly.
The characters were strong and independent, but they needed each other’s help to overcome their difficulties.
Some lovely moments between them, you could feel their attraction and it was pleasurable to watch it grow.
An exciting ending, completed this excellent book.

Book 📖 blurb 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

The Laird’s bridal bid…

Is love too high a price to pay?

When new laird Ewan Stewart witnesses Catriona Gordon being sold at a market, he buys her to save her from abuse. Then he realises that a convenient marriage could secure his clan’s future and her freedom. The only rule is that their arrangement must stay free of love, and yet Catriona’s bravery and fire intrigue him. Can Ewan resist falling for his wife—and breaking the one rule he must not?

About the Author

Jeanine Englert’s love affair with mysteries and romance began with Nancy Drew and her Grandmother’s bookshelves of romance novels. When she isn’t wrangling with her characters, she can be found trying to convince her husband to watch her latest Masterpiece/BBC show obsession. She loves to talk about writing, her beloved rescue pups, as well as mysteries and romance with readers. Visit her website at http://www.jeaninewrites.com.

Link to the book

Conveniently Wed To The Laird (Mills & Boon Historical) (Falling for a Stewart, Book 3) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0B4HV3GT1?ref_=cm_sw_r_apin_dp_EDRPDHT67S1QQSBTGC3E

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