Review: Kilt me (A Real Man #12) by Jenika Snow

Goodreads Synopsis:

He’ll show her exactly what’s under his kilt.


The first time I saw Mr. McGowan, he was walking into our class wearing a kilt. Our substitute professor, he was big and brooding, masculine, and had a sexy Scottish brogue going on.

Maybe I didn’t need that extra tutoring, but I sure as hell wanted it.


I noticed Molly the moment I stepped into the classroom. She was the wee lass with the fire-colored hair, the intense green eyes, and a body that had me burning alive. I didn’t want to look away from her because I knew she was mine.

Maybe there was a rule about staff not fraternizing with students. But given that I’m just the substitute professor, and that I wanted her like a fiend, I was about to cross some lines and break some rules.

Warning: You ever wonder what’s under a man’s kilt? Well, this story won’t leave you in the dark. It’s short, of course filthy, and has a Scottish hero with a sexy brogue. He only has eyes for his heroine, and will teach her a thing or two about how good it can feel to get dirty.

Chick and Brain Rating 5 out of 5 Stars

This is not my first book that I have read by this author and like I said before this will not be my last. I am a sucker for a man in a kilt, and not Snow has give me an alpha male story with a Scotsman! Oh yea, I am ready! No one had to talk me into make this purchase on my kindle. Although this is the twelfth book in the series this is the first one I am reading. I will for sure have to go back and check out the other 11! If they are half as good as this one I am sure they are worth reading.

Molly is a University student that wants nothing more than to finish out her college career with no issues. That is until Alastair walks into her classroom. He is able to stir up feelings in Molly that she has never felt before and make her want things she has only dreamed of. Alastair is our Scotsman substitute professor for the wonderful Molly when her current Prof leaves on maternity leave. He is almost uncontrollably attracted to Molly, to the point that it is driving him insane. We all tell that this insta-love connection between the two is mutual, however there is a little problem of the student teacher relationship that cause these two to keep each other at arm’s length. No matter who breaks first, this turns into the perfect smutty prof/student romance of our dreams with the HEA that we all long for. Snow does an amazing job of balancing real life expectation of this type of relationship with the smutty goodness that we know and love. Both characters are developed just enough to make this insta-love connection believable and keep us engaged during the entire story.

With Alastair being a Scotsman, Snow sets her self apart by ensuring we are reading his part in a Scottish accent! We can not help but do it, and if you are going to say you didn’t well than you are missing out. In writing his character in this manner it adds a little more sizzle to smutty parts as well as a exoticiness to his character that an all American professor would not have. We are caught of guard in the beginning of the story because we are not expecting it, but once we get used it we are given just that little more to round out his character. Not to mention Molly’s attraction to Alastair is instantaneous and drastically connected to the Kilt and the accent, hence the name of the story. I mean honestly who isn’t attracted to a sexy accent and a man in a kilt!

All and all this series is a one-click read that will definitely find its home on my kindle in the future. This is a no brainer on whether to recommend  this to others, in actuality I already have.


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