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From the mids until early s David worked as a litigation lawyer in Sydney, and then in London at a legal practice whose parent firm represented the Titanic 's owners back in In David returned to Australia and obtained a Diploma in Education from the University of New England, and commenced teaching English at Kambala, a school for girls in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
Proud Scottish lord Kieran Rossburn doesn't relish the idea of a marriage of convenience, but he'll do what he must to preserve the family estate. Worse, the bride he's been saddled with--the daughter of a crass, unrefined, American merchant--is far too weak-willed for his Worse, the bride he's been saddled with--the daughter of a crass, unrefined, American merchant--is far too weak-willed for his tastes.
Or so it seems at first. After a lifetime under the thumb of her domineering parents, Diantha Quinn can't believe she's being shipped across the ocean to be locked away yet again. Now, to gain any sort of power in her life, she must resist Kieran's seductions and keep the marriage in name only. Yet how can she keep from falling in love, when she is wed to the most tempting man in all of Scotland? I savored every well-crafted word! David has had a life-long obsession with the Titanic and has become an expert on the subject.
I don't know if it's quite 4 stars, but I like the characters and their banter. Mar 13, Mallory rated it it was amazing. I really enjoyed this book, it was a great storyline. I will look out for more from this author. Mar 05, Book Review Diva rated it it was amazing Shelves: Diantha has also been told by her parents that she is to marry a Scottish Lord named Kieran Rossburn. Poor Diantha, shes does not want to marry this stranger, she only wanted to marry for love.
Her Scottish Groom by Ann Stephens
What choice does Diantha have though? Lord Rossburn is a patient man, and he will show Diantha the respect that she deserves and did not receive from her parents. Diantha will also know what it is like to be loved and wanted, even if she has trouble admitting that she has fallen in love with her new husband when she is trying to keep the marriage in name only.
Diantha and Kieran both come from different worlds. Diantha is American born and has been raised by privilege and has been brought up to never have to work for her stuff. Kiern Rossburn inherited his title from his father and has learned to run a small village, ride horses and learn to appreciate the things around him. Both Diantha and Kieran will learn new things from one another and have to accept their marriage in name and possibly in love one day. Ann Stephens lights the pages up with passion and romance in this one.
I love the romantic side, and total patience that Kieran showed towards Diantha. Kieran never once looked down on his new wife like her parents did. He even stood up for his wife in front of her parents and his family. Sep 06, Regina rated it really liked it. This arranged marriage of convenience focused on the developing relationship between Diantha, daughter of a wealthy American merchant and Kieran, an impoverished Scottish lord. She was a sorely abused family commodity who only wanted some independence from her brutal parents, and he was a proud aristocrat who expected to follow his late father's faithless ways.
Kieran really didn't believe he had it in him to remain faithful to one woman.
Yet these two made a lovely couple as they learned about This arranged marriage of convenience focused on the developing relationship between Diantha, daughter of a wealthy American merchant and Kieran, an impoverished Scottish lord. Yet these two made a lovely couple as they learned about one another and tested each others' limits along the way. Their romance was sensual and romantic, and I loved the way Kieran patiently taught Diantha to enjoy the lusty side of marriage.
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There was nothing subtle about Diantha's controlling parents, and they were a very real threat to her well being. Likewise, Kieran's family--with the exception of his mother--was also an obstacle to their happiness; his aunt was very hostile while the cousin had ulterior motives. At a certain point, the plot suddenly and somewhat awkwardly turned towards the village which became a convenient lead-in for the more dastardly events engineered by the cousin.
As it came out of the blue, the scenario felt rather forced. Ultimately, though, the couple's love persevered.
Despite the clumsy but thankfully short plot hiccup, Her Scottish Groom is still a lovely gem at four stars. Diantha, a plain Jane, was treated more like a commodity by her social-climbing parents. She has never really experienced love and affection and she does not expect such from her husband. Keiran knows women and their attraction him. He resents his marriage but charms and seduces his wife at first to make their marriage pleasant. He avoids emotional 3.
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He avoids emotional attachment knowing he won't be able to or want to stay faithful to his wife. This was no insta-love. I love how both Diantha and Keiran resist each other but slowly fall in love. Both were stubborn and had jealous tantrums. The "conjugal relations" were surprisingly steamy. The only thing that I didn't love was the twist near the end.
I think it would have worked better as a sweet romance, without the added "suspense" part of the story. Fans of Downton Abbey will enjoy this romance between an American heiress and a Scottish peer. While I was reading this I sometimes imagined this is how Lord Grantham fell in love with his American wife. Stephens writes a wonderful historical romance filled with a great story and characters. Diantha Quinn hates her parents for marrying her off when she has so many plans of her own to fulfill. Kieran Rossburn does not like the idea of a marriage of connivence, but will do anything to preserve his home the way it Stephens writes a wonderful historical romance filled with a great story and characters.
Kieran Rossburn does not like the idea of a marriage of connivence, but will do anything to preserve his home the way it is even if it means going all the way to American to collect his bride. I really enjoyed this story because it talks about two different types of people, who want their own lives, but yet come together beautifully as a couple. Both Kieran and Diantha will get to know each other in a way that they learn they fit together and face the odds together. You feel like you are with the characters, feeling their emotion.
From start to finish, this book was such a pleasure to read and those who love romance and historical romance will enjoy it. Jul 15, Niecey Roy rated it it was amazing. After reading an excerpt of Ann Stephens' website, I am rushing out to buy this book. Historical romance is my weakness in life. I cannot have too many of them, and my book collection proves my addiction. This is one of those books that I cannot rest until I've read it.
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I'm going to put down the book I'm currently read -- yes, it's true -- and I'm going to make it my mission for the weekend to read Her Scottish Groom. The local bookstore better have it or I'll be rush ordering from Amazon! Can't After reading an excerpt of Ann Stephens' website, I am rushing out to buy this book.
Can't wait to finish it to give a completed review! Nov 11, Jage rated it really liked it. This story was wonderful in that the heroine never allowed him to walk all over her once they were married but didn't act out in a way that made me want to hit her. I enjoyed that the hero was also true to his time period and slowly began to fall for his wife though his reasons for keeping his distance were a bit tired.
The village subplot was weak. I think the story could have stood on its own without it as that just pulled me from the story and seemed like an awkward way to deal with some strang This story was wonderful in that the heroine never allowed him to walk all over her once they were married but didn't act out in a way that made me want to hit her. I think the story could have stood on its own without it as that just pulled me from the story and seemed like an awkward way to deal with some strange obligations. Jan 10, Amanda Penley rated it liked it.
Was a good book. Was a little disappointed that they talk about trying to have a baby through the whole novel yet the story ends with out telling you if the conceive at all which was a little disappointing. Aug 29, Catherine Richmond added it. Diantha Quinn has always been seen as a possession by her nouveau riche family. In , they marry her off to Scottish Lord Kieran Rossburn, who needs her dowry to restore his family's estate.
Ann Stephens tells a wonderful story of a couple learning to trust, to work together, and to love. Sep 26, Danette Steward rated it it was ok Shelves: Not deep enough writing to get a handle on the characters. Every one in a while, i feel a crave for an old century romance Sep 18, Tysha added it Shelves: Mar 02, Anne E.
Easterday rated it liked it. Not my usual style, but the author is in my ballet class!