Tuesday, March 14, 2023

✱✱AudioBook Review✱✱ Her Scottish Wolf by Theodora Taylor


Her Scottish Wolf

Scottish Wolves Book 1 By: Theodora Taylor Narrated by: Samantha Brentmoor

A worst bosshole ever Scottish romance

My Scottish billionaire boss is arrogant, secretive, demanding, and far too insanely hot for me, his meek assistant, to actually look in the eye. But somehow, I manage to put up with the boss from hell...until I get a terminal cancer diagnosis.

Totally valid reason to quit, right?

Not for my cruel devil of a boss.

You will not believe his response to my resignation...or the secret he's been hiding all along!

This book features:

  • Knots and kilts
  • A secret work crush
  • A meek and mousy assistant makeover
  • Lots of Scottish accents
  • An unfairly hot bosshole who will not allow you to quit. Ever.

Warning: Do not buy this book if you're not ready for a real Scottish alpha wolf who will have you cursing him one moment and saying, "Aye, Iain!" the next.

This hot romance has so much heart, it just might inspire you to hop on the next flight to Scotland and start searching for your very own "wolf in a kilt".

Momma Says: 4 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐

Her Scottish Wolf is such a fun listen. That said, it's not without its serious moments. When Millie is diagnosed, it has the potential to get dark and emotional, especially if you have experienced a loss to the big C. Of course, Iain and Millie aren't the average grumpy boss and meek assistant, and Theodora Taylor takes them in a much more entertaining direction than disease and bucket lists. If you're familiar with Taylor, you already know things are gonna get steamy, and this pair certainly generates some heat. There are also a couple of surprise twists along the way, along with some terrific secondary characters that I hope to see more of as the series progresses.
Samantha Brentmoor narrates this entertaining tale, and from the accent to the tone and pacing, she gives an excellent performance. The storyline, the characters, the romance, the narration - everything comes together so well, and I thoroughly enjoyed this introduction to Theodora Taylor's Scottish Wolves. 

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