Rhapsody and Rebellion by Aubrey Wynne

This is intriguing, romantic and entertaining. Gideon is charming, chivalrous, a bit stuffy and unsure. Lissie is sweet, caring and amusing. He went to Scotland because of a dream his mother had, not really believing that it had foretold the future, he was shocked to find that it was true. He was even more shocked to be intensely attracted to his cousin's widow. Lissie and Ian had been betrothed all their lives, Lissie knew it was not a passionate love, but that never mattered to her. So she found herself confused and mortified to be drawn to Gideon just a few weeks after losing Ian. Gideon had the chance while he was in Scotland to learn about his family's gifts, and about his own Scottish traits. When he leaves he brings Lissie back with him, so his mother would have female company, and he could win her heart. It's a gentle, sweet romance with interesting characters.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Hidden Gems. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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