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What the community says about The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie (Mackenzie)
- "I am not your typical consumer of romance novels. It's not my favorite genre, but I read this on a lark. I love books about psychology and the mind, so a romance with a lead character with Aspberger's intrigued me. I must say, I was pretty impressed and the story did not fail to entertain and fascinate me."
- "I'm not much of a fan of Ian, but I have a guilty pleasure for historical romance novels. The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie entails every bit of my pleasure from fighting, battling conflicts, fighting some more, and then living happily ever after. I enjoyed the author's thoughtfulness on bringing out the characters. Not the best read ever, but definitely worth at least one read."
- "Oh, look, a man just needs a woman to sort him out and he'll be complete. A dangerous, intriguing man, with intimidating intelligence. I know this might border on TMI, but I've been saving so much on toilet paper since my aunt passed away and left me these books in her will."
- "I read The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie (Mackenzie) and it's a great romance set in the Scottish highlands. It's a historical novel written by Jennifer Ashley and it's the first book of the Mackenzie series about a young woman falling for a Scottish Lord rumored to be insane. "
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in What are the best erotica books"Erotica books of the past are my guilty pleasure. A friend recommended The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie by Jennifer Ashley and I was pleasantly surprised by how good it was. The characters are all interesting and the plot is pretty good. If you like erotica books give this one a read."