Really Really Short Review: Mad, Bad, and Dangerous in Plaid by Suzanne Enoch

Really Really Short Reviews

Welcome to Really Really Short Reviews were the name is long and the reviews are short! Because sometimes short is that much sweeter. (Also, because I’m really lazy!) And there might be quotes too (lots and lots)! (Because everyone loves quotes, right?)

Mad, Bad, and Dangerous in Plaid - Suzanne EnochPublisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks (March 4th 2015)
Paperback: 345 pages
Source: Edelweiss
Series: Scandalous Highlanders #3
Add on: Goodreads
Rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

The pursued becomes the pursuer. After years of having Rowena MacLawry, the youngest sister of his closest friend, tagging after him, all Lachlan MacTier wants to do is escape. But then Winnie runs off to London, determined to forget Lachlan in the swirl of her debutante Season.

When she returns three months later to prepare for her oldest brother’s lavish Highlands wedding, Rowena is a changed woman. She’s smothered her Scottish brogue, become an arbiter of the latest Paris and London fashions, and is in the company of several handsome young English aristocrats all vying for her favors.

Lach doesn’t quite know what to make of this witty, sophisticated beauty who now has better things to do than follow him to a fishing pond. But the more determined she seems to be to prove that she has no need to fawn after a Scottish, kilt-wearing rogue who couldn’t even be bothered to write her a single letter while she was away, the more interested he is in Winnie. Is she pretending to disdain him now, or has he truly lost his chance at a lady who is turning out to be far more lovely and interesting than he ever imagined?


It’s got Scottish games! What more do you need! Caber tosses, horse races!

I liked that Winnie stood up for her self! Even though she kinda caved after.

“I don’t want you any longer. You’re not worth my time.”

I wished Lachlan had to grovel a little more but who doesn’t love a charming Scot who realllllly turns on the charm! Plus, I do like that Lach did figured out does like/love Winnie without the “since childhood, we’re destined to be together” obligation.

I love Bear, the best MacLawry bother.

Rowena shook her head. “The latest Byron poem. It was very lyrical.”

“My arse is very lyrical.”

“Munro Branan MacLawry,” she burst out, trying not to laugh.


“You only picked poetical items with the correct colors, as if I’m suppose to think you think me poetically. We both know you don’t, though.

“So I should’ve said yer eyes glare at me like an angry wildcat’s and yer hair’s as black as my own heart? I’ve nae heard any Sassenach be that honest.”


But Lachlan didn’t seem to care. Rather his gaze remained fixed on her, as if nothing else- no one else- existed. None of this was a jest, she realized. He did want her for himself.


“Ye are,” he insisted. “Ye chased me like a wildcat on a rabbit fer nearly eighteen years. Now ye can tolerate it and listen while I chase ye fer a bit.” He stroked his thumb along her wrist. “And while I kiss ye and do my damnedest to woo ye into my bed.”

{*Thanks to St. Martin’s Paperbacks and Edelweiss for the eARC in exchange for an honest review.

Author: Cyn

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2 Replies to “Really Really Short Review: Mad, Bad, and Dangerous in Plaid by Suzanne Enoch”

  1. Oh my gosh! This sounds so fun and tempting. Who can resist a and man and kilt and Scottish games?? Plus, that teaser quote at the end…;-D

    1. Exactly right! haha.
      There’s definitely some good wooing involved 😉

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