Review of Leith: A Dark Scottish Mafia Romance (Mountain Men) by Jane Henry @ArdentPRose

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Private, broody, protective and very sexy, Leith Cowen, is the Captain of the Cowen Clan now, but his father still tries to run the Clan from the shadows. Leith always feels that he has to prove himself to his father as well as the Clan. He does things differently than his father, but he still expects the respect from his family and his men.

Cairstina lives in fear most of the time from her own family. She wants to get away and find a life of peace and happiness, but her handicap puts her at a disadvantage. When she finds herself in a dangerous position, she’s sure that she won’t have to worry about the danger at home any longer because she may not make it to see the next day.

I love Jane Henry’s Mafia Romance books. Her Irish Mafia Romance stories were some of my favorites, but the Scottish Clan is right up there, and I’ve only read one book so far. The Cowen Clan is a private family that likes to keep their whereabouts and their family name and business quiet. They have their connections that know who and what they are, and they are a dangerous clan to cross. I love the family, characters, story and I am looking forward to so many more of this family. The story has a darkness, but there is a lightness as well. I love the interaction between the women in this story and how they are strong and independent, but that the men of the family will do everything in their power to protect and keep the women safe. Leith takes his role as Clan Captain very seriously and Cairstina brings out such a different side of him. I give this story a 5-star review and cannot wait for more of the Mountain Men.

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