Review of Mac: A Scottish Mafia Romance (Mountain Men) by Jane Henry

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Mac Cowen the youngest son of the Cowen Clan is looking for vengeance for a wrong done to his family and his little sister. He has a plan and is ready to put it into effect. The woman he wants to get close to is the daughter of their rivals, the Aitkens family.

Bryn Aitken is not a fan of her father or brother. She knows that she and her sisters have always been considered pawns in the family, so she has been planning to set herself up to be able to survive on her own and separate from her family at the earliest chance she can get.

I love Mac. He’s a man with a plan, but then his plan gets blown to bits by the beautiful Bryn when he gets to know her. For a man that had no plans to marry or have a family, his life as he knows it will be turned upside down by one beautiful, independent, sassy woman that is trying to survive her life with a family that has no love or care for her. The Cowen Clan has a spy amongst them, and they are trying to figure out who that might be. When they get close, or think they are close to uncovering the spy, the person will slip out of their hands and hide away. Now they have a lot of speculation and a notebook, but no one to answer for any of it. I give this story a 5-star review and am so looking forward to Tate’s story. It should be just as hot and crazy as the other two have been. Gotta love the Scottish Mafia, and these deliciously hot men created in Jane Henry’s mind.

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