Review – One Hot Scot by Donna Alam @word_hoor

Title: One Hot Scot
Author: Donna Alam
Genre: Erotic Romance
Expected Publication: January 12th 2017

One Hot Scot.jpgFin Hayes has ninety-nine problems. Quite literally.

She’s lost her husband, her job, recently avoided jail time, and is back living in the place she’s always loathed . . . when problem #100 walks in.

Rory Tremaine is ripped, rich, and handsome, and a blast from the past who seems to have no recollection of Fin. But second time around that’s okay, because when she’s near his firm ass and tattoos, she’s using a fake name anyway.

At least she won’t be leaving her virginity behind this time. Instead, she might just risk losing her heart.


I’ve read all of Donna’s books.  And I genuinely believe that this is her best book so far.

Why?  I’m glad you asked.  This story really has a lot going for it.  The characters have depth and realism.  There is chemistry between Fin and Rory, and there is wry humour peppered throughout the narrative.

Is it perfect?  No.  There were points in the interactions between Fin’s friends that I was a little confused about what was going on and who was talking.  But that evened out as the book hit its stride.

The bottom line is, I really enjoyed this story.  Fin and Rory’s relationship, whilst frustrating at points, had me rooting for them,and I could quite happily have read more.

I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.



Pre Order Links

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About the author

Donna Alam writes about exotic locations and the men you aren’t married to, but wish you were. Escapism reads with heart and humour and, of course, plenty of steam.

Hailing from the North of England, she’s a nomad at heart moving houses and continents more times than she cares to recall. She once worked at a school like the one described in her Pretty Trilogy. Alas, there were no handsome male protagonists hanging around there.

An Eclectic reader and part-time perv, she’s a huge fan of smart men, as well as protagonists with a fair measure of inappropriateness.

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