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Read The Groome Wore Plaid The Groome Wore Plaid Free download Ø PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Gayle Callen Ed her years ago If their union restores peace between their clans so much the better But while lusting after another chief's sister had its risks growing to trust Maggie is far dangerous Owen is falling deeply in love with the one woman he cannot hope to claim and survive. I enjoyed this one than the first book and only other I have read by this author It has the exact same honest heroine and hero who refuses to believe and trust her the same tears after sex but I liked reading the story Gayle Callen comes up with good premises and pushes through the plot with a bit of mediocre passion thrown in but it is an easy read Spoken From the Front 2 years ago If their union restores peace between their clans so much the better But while lusting after another chief's sister had its risks growing to trust Maggie is far dangerous Owen is falling deeply in love with the one woman he cannot hope to claim and survive. I enjoyed this one than the first book and only other I have read by this author It has the exact same honest heroine and hero who refuses to believe and trust her the same tears after sex but I liked reading the story Gayle Callen comes up with good premises and pushes through the plot with a bit of mediocre passion thrown in but it is an easy read

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Read The Groome Wore Plaid The Groome Wore Plaid Free download Ø PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Gayle Callen Property to end a clan feud She's also haunted by premonitions of his death on their upcoming wedding day Yet the exasperating Highlander won't let her call it off even though his life and his clan are both in jeopardyOwen has wanted Maggie in his bed since he first glimps. I ve given this a C at AAR so 35 starsThe Groom Wore Plaid is the seuel to Gayle Callen s The Wrong Bride and the story in this book picks up or less where the first ended with Maggie McCallum agreeing to wed Owen Duff the new Earl of Aberfoyle in order to satisfy a long standing agreement between their two clans Because Maggie s brother Hugh had indeed fallen in love with the wrong bride Owen s cousin rather than his sister there was no other way to secure a lasting peace between the two families but now Maggie is wondering whether her hasty agreement to Owen s suggestion was the right oneEven though they had met briefly as children it wasn t until a chance meeting in Edinburgh some ten years before this story commences that Owen and Maggie became friends Owen s enthusiasm for scientific pursuits thoroughly intrigued Maggie who as a woman was denied the opportunity to learn anything other than deportment and embroidery She took delight in the companionship of someone who treated her as an eual and didn t think her curiosity inappropriate or unladylike even as she recognised that there was to her feelings for Owen than friendship Their idyll ended abruptly however when the strength of the attraction between them almost overwhelmed their common sense and Owen had to tell Maggie he had been betrothed as a child to a young woman chosen by his father Deeply upset at Owen s duplicity Maggie vowed never to see him again but later that very night she had a vivid dream showing his fianc e surrounded by water a vision Maggie knew foretold the young woman s death by drowningGrowing up Maggie learned to be very cautious about telling others of her gift fearing accusations of witchcraft at worst or social ostracism but she knew she would not be able to live with herself if she did nothing to try to save the life of Owen s betrothed She went to see him once to tell him of her dream but Owen dismissed her fears as ridiculous putting them down to jealousy and angerTwo weeks after Maggie s warning the girl and her family were drownedA decade later Maggie is still resentful of Owen s treatment of her both in not telling her he was engaged and in so casually dismissing her dream as nonsense Over the years she has trained herself to prevent having dreams that foretell the future forcing herself to wake up before they take hold but on her first night at Castle Kinlochard she dreams of Owen lying in a pool of blood on their wedding day Terrified at the thought of losing him she begs him to release her from the betrothal but his reaction is as dismissive as before and he remains committed to their contract Going back on his word will risk the already uneasy peace between the Duffs and the McCallums and Owen is not prepared to do that He is already regarded with suspicion by his own clan because of his father s insistence on living in London in the style of an English earl and knows he has a lot of prejudice to overcome before the clan accepts him fully as their chief Taking a bride from a rival family is an ages old solution to enmity and even though Owen is annoyed at having had his choices in that regard taken away from him he can t find it in him to be too dissatisfied with his bargain Maggie is beautiful intelligent and spirited and he wants her as much as he ever did Maggie feels a similar pull towards Owen but his refusal to take her dream seriously only tells her that he still doesn t trust her and that he never willLike Owen Maggie also has to struggle against the prejudice she encounters at the castle and there are many who do not forgive and forget and are not at all happy at the presence of a McCallum in their midst A series of supposed accidents burned out barns stolen cattle seem to be the work of a disgruntled clan member but when Maggie finds a symbol of evil intent in her bedchamber it seems there might be at work than a simple grudgeMaggie is an estimable heroine for the way she is so focused on saving Owen at the cost of her own happiness but I disliked her bitterness She keeps harping on to herself about how he doesn t trust her because he hadn t believed her dream from a decade ago yet I had to wonder how she could have expected a different reaction from a man whose interest lay in science I also found it a bit odd that she was still angry at him for not telling her he was engaged back then I can understand her being upset at the time but hanging on to it for ten years and ten years after the woman died seemed a bit muchOwen s distrust of Maggie is also a little overdone at the beginning but I could forgive him to an extent because he has so much to do and learn and is a man beset on all sides He must take a wife not of his choosing confront the suspicions of his clan on both his account and Maggie s prove himself worthy of respect and able to lead it s a difficult balancing act and it uickly becomes clear that he is prepared to work hard to claim his Scottish heritage and that it is important to him I admired that about him and soon found myself getting impatient on his behalf at all Maggie s silly stratagems to try to get him to cry off like trying to make herself look fat or making him shirts that didn t fit properlyThere s a nice touch or ridiculous co incidence depending how you want to look at it when Maggie realises that she and Owen have always been bound to each other and while the chemistry between the couple isn t going to strip paint off the walls it simmers along nicely as Maggie and Owen help and support each other and rediscover something of their old friendshipUltimately The Groom Wore Plaid is an easy undemanding read and the protagonists are attractive though not compelling characters That actually is an apt description of the book attractive but not compelling I didn t have strong feelings about it either way after I finished it it s a book I read and liked well enough but not one I m likely to revisit Grumpy Old Women years before this story commences that Owen and Maggie became friends Owen s enthusiasm for scientific pursuits thoroughly intrigued Maggie who as a woman was denied the opportunity to learn anything other than deportment and embroidery She took delight in the companionship of someone who treated her as an eual and didn t think her curiosity inappropriate or unladylike even as she recognised that there was to her feelings for Owen than friendship Their idyll ended abruptly however when the strength of the attraction between them almost overwhelmed their common sense and Owen had to tell Maggie he had been betrothed as a child to a Trap Origin #5 young woman chosen by his father Deeply upset at Owen s duplicity Maggie vowed never to see him again but later that very night she had a vivid dream showing his fianc e surrounded by water a vision Maggie knew foretold the The Angel and the Prince years she has trained herself to prevent having dreams that foretell the future forcing herself to wake up before they take hold but on her first night at Castle Kinlochard she dreams of Owen lying in a pool of blood on their wedding day Terrified at the thought of losing him she begs him to release her from the betrothal but his reaction is as dismissive as before and he remains committed to their contract Going back on his word will risk the already uneasy peace between the Duffs and the McCallums and Owen is not prepared to do that He is already regarded with suspicion by his own clan because of his father s insistence on living in London in the style of an English earl and knows he has a lot of prejudice to overcome before the clan accepts him fully as their chief Taking a bride from a rival family is an ages old solution to enmity and even though Owen is annoyed at having had his choices in that regard taken away from him he can t find it in him to be too dissatisfied with his bargain Maggie is beautiful intelligent and spirited and he wants her as much as he ever did Maggie feels a similar pull towards Owen but his refusal to take her dream seriously only tells her that he still doesn t trust her and that he never willLike Owen Maggie also has to struggle against the prejudice she encounters at the castle and there are many who do not forgive and forget and are not at all happy at the presence of a McCallum in their midst A series of supposed accidents burned out barns stolen cattle seem to be the work of a disgruntled clan member but when Maggie finds a symbol of evil intent in her bedchamber it seems there might be at work than a simple grudgeMaggie is an estimable heroine for the way she is so focused on saving Owen at the cost of her own happiness but I disliked her bitterness She keeps harping on to herself about how he doesn t trust her because he hadn t believed her dream from a decade ago Cuckolded by the Futa Motorcycle Club yet I had to wonder how she could have expected a different reaction from a man whose interest lay in science I also found it a bit odd that she was still angry at him for not telling her he was engaged back then I can understand her being upset at the time but hanging on to it for ten Princess More Tears to Cry years and ten The Princess of 8th Street years after the woman died seemed a bit muchOwen s distrust of Maggie is also a little overdone at the beginning but I could forgive him to an extent because he has so much to do and learn and is a man beset on all sides He must take a wife not of his choosing confront the suspicions of his clan on both his account and Maggie s prove himself worthy of respect and able to lead it s a difficult balancing act and it uickly becomes clear that he is prepared to work hard to claim his Scottish heritage and that it is important to him I admired that about him and soon found myself getting impatient on his behalf at all Maggie s silly stratagems to try to get him to cry off like trying to make herself look fat or making him shirts that didn t fit properlyThere s a nice touch or ridiculous co incidence depending how The Complete Bostock and Harris you want to look at it when Maggie realises that she and Owen have always been bound to each other and while the chemistry between the couple isn t going to strip paint off the walls it simmers along nicely as Maggie and Owen help and support each other and rediscover something of their old friendshipUltimately The Groom Wore Plaid is an easy undemanding read and the protagonists are attractive though not compelling characters That actually is an apt description of the book attractive but not compelling I didn t have strong feelings about it either way after I finished it it s a book I read and liked well enough but not one I m likely to revisit

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Read The Groome Wore Plaid The Groome Wore Plaid Free download Ø PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Gayle Callen Falling in love means tempting fate in this passionate new novel in USA Today bestselling author Gayle Callen's Highland Weddings seriesMaggie McCallum's dreams about her new fiancé aren't the romantic sort It's not just that she was bartered to Owen Duff like a piece of. My review for the first book in the series can be recycled for this book too because my feelings toward the 2nd installment are exactly the same characters are just playacting the emotions seem false the plots seem contrived But I wanted to read on God knows why The plots of this book are very similar to those of the first book in the sense that the man and the woman act very similarly and say things to the same effect Guy wanted to convince the woman to marry him The woman did not want to marry him and did a lot of stupid things in her power to convince him that she was not the right person Then they had sex before the upcoming marriage and both women in both books bursted into tears after they had sex seriously I laughed My feelings about these 2 books are obviously not positive But I must confess I wanted to continue reading This is the most bizarre feeling I did not like the stories and thought them kind of boring and pretentious but I did not want to stop reading either Hence the 3 stars Incidentally the covers are so pretty I have said this before but avon knows how to make a cover The buying decision was made a lot easier because of the cover Alas the cover is the best thing about the book in both books of the series

  • Mass Market Paperback
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  • The Groome Wore Plaid
  • Gayle Callen
  • English
  • 08 January 2020
  • 9780062268006

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    Gayle Callen × 5 Read review È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Gayle Callen Read The Groome Wore Plaid Completed and short review now postedThis is the 2nd installment in Gayle Callen’s Highland Weddings series Like the 1st book The Wrong Bride The Groom Wore Plaid is a fun story The witty banter between Maggie and Owen made me chuckle than a

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