Review: Devil’s Moon

Available now: Devil’s Moon (Border Nights)

*** 3 stars:  Liked it, through and throughdevilsmoon

Betrayal and misunderstandings are hard to overcome in The Harlot Countess.

Recommended readers:

  • If you love historical romance
  • If you are a sucker for Scottish Highland men

Here’s my Rankings:

  • 2.5/5 for characters
  • 3.5/5 for plot
  • 3/5 overall


While Lady Robina Gledstanes’ child brother is Laird of her family’s home, she’s the one making sure her home is protected and provided for. And taking risks as any man would is part of her role – until she runs into her deceased twin brother’s mentor. Devil’s Moon has the set-up for a fun, fast read, but after the early plot and passion, the story doesn’t draw you in deeper and maintains a slow, steady rhythm. Not my favorite Amanda Scott novel.

Available now on Amazon: Devil’s Moon (Border Nights)

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