Lady Alexandra Huntington exiled herself after being caught up
in an embarrassing scandal that ended with the death of a good
friend. When her friendís brother, the handsome Collin
Blackburn, comes knocking on her door for answers, her quiet,
though unconventional, life changes its course.
Collin Blackburn promised his father that he would investigate
the death of his brother. Despite the rumors that circle
Alex, Collin begins to suspect that she is more innocent than
she seems. While Collin plans to teach her about passion,
Alex teaches him about trust and deep love.
To Tempt a Scotsman
was a sexy read, though at times I wanted to beat up Collin.
He turns very jealous after a key point in the book. Alex is
an interesting woman with forward ideas, and surprisingly she
does not pout at every slight. When she finally does stand up
for herself I was pleased. I enjoyed this book very much
despite the heroís pouting and whining.