- Reviewed by: Warren Collen
- Print Length: 69 pages
- Publisher: Amber Quill Press, LLC (December 23, 2013)
- Book Provided by: Amazon Verified Purchase
- Posting: M/M Book Review
- Author: Erin O’Quinn
Wonderful! This one word describes my feeling for Erin O’Quinn’s Cowboys and
Kilts. My only complaint is that it was way too short. I could have kept reading
about Graeme and Hugh for days. The characters are so well developed that you
fall in love with both of them! The sex is hot, and the emotions are raw. Maybe
Erin can be convinced to continue with their story. But I digress.
Hugh MacPherson is a lonely man from Nevada who has decided to tour Scotland
to experience something besides his life at home. He is Scottish, so decides
that this is the place to go, and finds a tour group that he can go with to see Scotland
Graeme Guthrie is the laird of the Castle Guthrie, the smaller and older one, and
a lonely man that is looking for something in his life that he know is fated to be
his. His castle is surrounded by Pictish Rune Stones that he has fought to save
from archeologists that want to take them away for study and display. It is an old
castle, and his clan is an old and revered clan. The stones are part of this historic
and mysterious land.
The two are thrown together because of the tour, first through a chance
encounter at a local pub, and then when the tour group spends time at the castle
that Graeme has opened to the public tour once a year at Winter Solstice. The
tension between the two, with the knowledge that they are fated to be together
is strong, keeping the book interesting and suspenseful from the moment they
start their encounters.
What I would beg Ms. O’Quinn to do, with her exceptional way with historical
novels, is to continue the story with historical context and the future of these two
wonderful men! I would be the first to purchase the story.
This story is certainly worth the read, and I have added a new author to my list of
favorites. I will be reading more of her based on this story.
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