Early Review: Some Like It Scot by Suzanne Enoch

Posted September 7th, 2015 in book review / 20 comments

Early Review: Some Like It Scot by Suzanne EnochSome Like It Scot by Suzanne Enoch
Series: Scandalous Highlanders #4
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks on October 6, 2015
Genres: Historical Romance, Adult
Pages: 368
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher
Purchase: Amazon
Add to: Goodreads
Rating: three-half-stars

Munro MacLawry has always lived up to his nickname "Bear." Strong and brawny, he's known in his clan to be fiercely protective. Sadly for him, each of his siblings becomes "less highlander" as they get married, and Bear is left rowdy and alone with no one to protect. That is, until a routine hunt leads to the most alluring of creatures…

Catriona MacColl doesn't care to amuse the brash, strong, and sexy highlander she stumbles upon in the woods. She's too busy hiding with her sister from marriage into English society. Already well-equipped with a bull's-eye shot, she doesn't need a protector, no matter how badly her body burns for him. But as Cat's boyish nature gives way to her more feminine desires, she'll have to stop fighting the tide and listen to her heart…

At A Glance

Loved the main characters.

The Good

Bear and Cat really made this book. They are lovable characters through and through. The magnetism between these two was off the charts.

Cat was raised like a boy so she swore, hunted, and wore trousers. Gotta love a historical tomboy. She is spirited as all get out and very protective of her little sister who is running from a potential bad marriage. She thinks she can control everything but Bear shows her how wrong she is. He inserts himself into her life for reasons even unbeknownst to him. He is the only single man left in his family and he likes it that way. But Cat makes him feel something foreign, something tingly.

These two have some fun times bickering and fighting each other the whole book. Secrets are kept and when revealed they change everything. I love that in the end it wasn’t just these two deciding to be together, it was them fighting other people to be together. It was a nice change up. But Cat and Bear knew they were meant for each other and they were willing to lose everything to keep their love going.

The Bad

The Scottish brogue was hard to get use too. I usually don’t have a problem in this area but it was hard to understand in this book.

I really disliked Bear’s family. They all got their HEAs despite the trouble it brought the clan and family, but Bear wasn’t allowed the same privilege. I would have been done with them if it were me.

The Snuggly

Who doesn’t love hist-rom sexing? Loved the curiosity and passion in each sex scene. So sexy.

Final Thoughts

A really good historical romance over all. The main characters were super likable and the story kept thinks interesting. I wish I could have liked Bear’s family more, but whatever. Recommended.


“Aye. Come test me again, big man. I’ll nae be so polite next time.” If this was her being polite , seeing her rude would be quite the spectacle.”

“Taking her shoulder, he turned her to face him and gave her a soft, slow kiss. “Ye can call me yer mattress, lass, but dunnae ferget the poky bits.”

“I’m nae a gentleman,” he returned from close behind her. “I am tired of being shot at, and I reckoned kissing ye might stopper the unladylike curses ye were spewing at me.”


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20 Responses to “Early Review: Some Like It Scot by Suzanne Enoch”

  1. Lekeisha

    You are really kicking out the historical romances lately. I have to browse my Kindle library, because I’m positive that I DL some years ago and they’ve been sitting. Great review!

  2. Christy

    I love that she was a tomboy. I just recently read When a Scot Ties the Knot, and OMG so good! So now I’ve been craving some more Scottish lovin’ lol.

  3. kindlemom1

    Accents really do have to be done right in order to enjoy a book like this, I totally agree!
    Lovely review Jennifer, glad you did like this one.

  4. Melliane

    It’s been a while since I’ve read a historical romance in this environment but it should be nice to go back to them. This one sounds good even if the Bear family is complicated as well as the scottish things.

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