Book review of A Taste of Highland Culture – Readers’ Favorite: Book Reviews and Award Contest

Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers’ Favorite Sharon Masters just moved to Scotland to start her new career at the University Of Edinburgh School Of Literatures, teaching Languages and Cultures. Nervous for her first staff meeting at the university, Sharon can scarcely gather her thoughts when a hunky professor enters the meeting, drawing her thoughts and nervousness away from the university and immediately to his deep green eyes, attractive build, and strong presence in the room. As she finds herself unable to keep herself from staring, another new lecturer like herself, Kathryn Abrams, a bit of a gossip, warns her of Vince Robertson’s reputation as a ladies’ man on campus. As the meeting comes to an end, Sharon finds herself alone with none other than Mr. Bad Reputation himself, and their first encounter ends up a steamy one. Will Sharon fall for the charm of this ladies’ man and become a statistic of his campus reputation, or can she look past the rumors and campus gossip and make him her own? A Taste of Highland Culture by Evie Stapleton is an exciting romance set in the highlands of Scotland, introducing readers to a dreamy romance often associated with a Scotsman. Move over E.L. James; Evie Stapleton writes in a hot, sizzling, electrifying, and intensely passionate way, allowing readers to feel as if they themselves are one of the characters experiencing the intense passion in each scene occurring on each page they read. While the actual plot of the story is fairly simple and recognizable as a typical romance read, don’t let that deter you, the reader, from snagging this incredibly descriptive, hot and steamy, very passionate and emotional read that will leave you blushing as you read each new chapter. As there are some very adult scenes, this book is recommended for a mature reader.

Source: Book review of A Taste of Highland Culture – Readers’ Favorite: Book Reviews and Award Contest

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