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by Karen Hawkins

Karen Hawkins will make you laugh and touch your heart. and her sparkling historical romances. A letter from Michael Hurst, explorer and Egyptologist, to his brother Captain William Hurst.

Karen Hawkins will make you laugh and touch your heart. One Night in Scotland. Enticing reparte. harming and witty.

There are rules much as we had at home-to be polite to one another, respect one another’s property, and do your chores so they do not burden another. There are differences, too, of course. There are differences, too, of course one presses me to read the way Father was wont to. Yet I find myself doing it anyway to break the boredom, or out of curiosity and a desire to learn. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

New York Times bestselling author Karen Hawkins spins an unforgettable tale of a captivating beauty with a secret, a dashing sea captain on a treacherous mission-and the priceless artifact that seals their destiny. A DESPERATE BEAUTY Despite fame and countless admirers, actress Marcail Beauchamp has never forgotten William Hurst, the audacious seafarer she once loved. Now, forced by a mysterious blackmailer who threatens her family, she must steal an ancient onyx box from the one man she’s vowed never to see again. A BOLD ADVENTURER To save his brother from a ruthless abductor,.

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Karen Hawkins is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of many wickedly funny historical romance novels set in Regency Scotland, including the wildly popular MacLean Curse series, the enchanting Hurst.

Karen Hawkins is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of many wickedly funny historical romance novels set in Regency Scotland, including the wildly popular MacLean Curse series, the enchanting Hurst Amulet series, the funny and charming Duchess Diaries series, and now the romantic Oxenburg Princes series. Start reading Scandal in Scotland (The Hurst Amulet Book 2) on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

This story follows Captain William Hurst, merchant sea captain, and Marcail Beauchamp, an acclaimed actress. The two estranged lovers are thrust together after years apart when Marcail is blackmailed into stealing an artifact from William, who needs it to ensure his brother’s release from imprisonment in Egypt.

Karen Hawkins (born Tennessee) is a best-selling American author of. .She now publishes two books a year. Scandal in Scotland (May, 2011). A Most Dangerous Profession (October, 2011). The Taming of a Scottish Princess (May, 2012).

Karen Hawkins (born Tennessee) is a best-selling American author of sixteen historical romance novels. Her novels are known for their humor. Hawkins was also the driving force behind the two Lady Whistledown anthologies, developing the idea, gaining a publisher, and organizing the intertwined parts of the books. She also has a beautiful son and daughter who inspire her to write and for whom she enjoys making sandwiches.

Excerpt from SCANDAL IN SCOTLAND. Marcail leaned forward, her blue gaze fastened on his face. William, I am desperate. After such a look, any other man would have begged to help her. Any other man would have been taken in by her earnest expression and black-haired beauty, too. But William knew too well the cold, icy heart that beat beneath Marcail's lace-covered and delectable exterior. She was an actress and could play any part she desired.

Karen Hawkins is an excellent writer. I recently discovered her and have purchased (through Amazon) as many of her books as I can find. She is witty, and her characters are well drawn. This one, the second in the Hurst Amulet series, was not as good as the first. Chasing after a blackmailer are a sea captain and an actress with a back story. They all meet up at a country inn. It should have been more fun. The writing was not as witty as her other books, and I felt like I was pushing myself page after page to finish it. Perhaps this was just an anomaly. Every writer has a book that he or she wishes had never got published.
Enjoyed reading this tale. Like this author's writing style. I like the characters and the storyline of this series. Looking forward to reading the next.
love her Scottish stories
I've read and enjoyed Karen Hawkins's previous MacLean series books, as well as the earlier Amhurst novels. I didn't quite like this book as much as I had liked the earlier books. I didn't quite connect with William and Marcail.

I do love the theme of lovers re-uniting, but it was hard to be excited about this pair, especially since they were the cause of their initial separation. What I did like, and which may have been part of my disconnection was the glimpses of couples from previous books and the sneak peeks into the upcoming books. And there wasn't much scandal as is implied in the title.

While I always enjoy Karen Hawkins's books, this one just didn't resonate with me. I do hope Robert's book will impress me. I'm looking forward to it!
Tsk. Tsk. A beautiful woman who only loves one man. A handsome man who has only loved one woman. Add in an Egyptian artifact, blackmail, danger and a well sprung coach. Will these two work through their problems?
Not Hawkin's best, but still a fun read. This author has a good sense of history and generally thinks of at least moderately viable story lines. This story line was not viable, but I still liked most of the characters, so it was still worth whatever I paid for the book.
Cannot wait to start. My mother liked the historical background in this Hurst Amulet series. She said Hawkins really develops her characters.
Favorite author. This is a one sitting read. This author, for me, gives me an escape from the daily grind.
Scandal in Scotland ebook
Karen Hawkins
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