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

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Tate has been tasked with finding the spy among the Cowen Clan. The family is in danger and it’s up to him to figure out who the spy is and neutralize them. When this hunt takes him to Ireland and the McCarthy Clan help him to rescue two family members, secrets will be revealed.

Fran has been friends with the Cowen sisters for a long time and has spent a lot of time with them and the family. It’s the only place she has really felt as if she were cared for and fit in. She’s had a crush on Tate since she was a young teen and the attraction has not waned, even after she married a Welshman.

I loved this book. It was action packed, intriguing, funny, and scary all wrapped into one book. I love the characters in the Cowen Clan books and Tate and Fran were great in this book. Fran is sassy, independent, beautiful, and caring. She has been deceived more than once by her ex and when secrets are revealed, she finds more deception that she was blind to. She’s been hurt so much in her life and has felt like she has never belonged anywhere, or that she was cared about, but the Cowen’s have always showed her that she was welcome. When she is injured, that becomes very evident to her when they take her in and care for her. Tate has been feeling lost, and restless, but with this the assignment he has been given by Leith, his restlessness seems to be put aside and his dangerous side comes out, especially when he has to protect Fran. I love Jane Henry’s books and Tate was another great book in her repertoire. I can’t wait to read more in this series and get more insight into the Cowen Clan, and hopefully more of the Clan Chronicles. I give this story a 5-star review and will be looking for more of Ms. Henry’s books to read.

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