Wednesday, September 12, 2012
LADYBUG LIN REVIEWS CULLODEN SPIRIT by Anita Davison
A sexy Ghost wearing a kilt! What more could you want...well how about a LIVE dude ALSO wearing a kilt?
Culloden Spirit has both...and oh boy howdy do kilts make the man...or manly manifestation!
What's a girl, Carrie Gordon, a tad bit spoiled from America's Society world, to do when she finds herself spending a summer at her ancestor's run down Keep?
Leave it to the Celtish Kilt wearing, brogue speaking hunks...those you can walk right through and tingle as you do so, and those who will walk up to you and demand you swoon before them to make summer a thrill a second. Will the Scotland Highlands tame the starched crinoline from all Carrie's preconceived notions? And if they do...which of the kilt wearing hunks will she really SWOON for?
Into this mix add a group of Gypsies with their own connections to all things Keep-wise, and what a delicious tale you have.
I am not usually a fan of historicals...because they spend an awful lot of time describing...as in page after page of the fashions of the day...and that bores me.
There is a bit of that here...and that is the ONLY reason I could not give this Victorian Journey FIVE Stars...but there aren't SO many references I could not give it FOUR AND A HALF STARS...
So this is Ladybug Lin awarding
Four and a Half Amazingly Satisfying stars.
Well Done Anita.