The Scottish Witch

The Scottish Witch New York Times bestselling author Cathy Maxwell continues her most powerful series with the latest novel about the Chattan CurseEvery woman has her dreamsPortia Maclean believes she is beyond love and

  • Title: The Scottish Witch
  • Author: Cathy Maxwell
  • ISBN: 9780062070234
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • New York Times bestselling author Cathy Maxwell continues her most powerful series with the latest novel about the Chattan CurseEvery woman has her dreamsPortia Maclean believes she is beyond love and marriage Then one moonlit night, while attempting a daring masquerade in a desperate bid to protect her family, she finds herself swept off her feet by a powerful stranger.New York Times bestselling author Cathy Maxwell continues her most powerful series with the latest novel about the Chattan CurseEvery woman has her dreamsPortia Maclean believes she is beyond love and marriage Then one moonlit night, while attempting a daring masquerade in a desperate bid to protect her family, she finds herself swept off her feet by a powerful stranger His very touch makes her long for much But what will he do once he discovers she has betrayed him Every man has his demonsHarry Chattan is fighting for his family their honor and their lives For two hundred years the Chattan men have been destroyed by love and now he s come to Scotland on the hunt for a witch who can break the legend s curse Instead he finds himself bewitched by the tantalizing Portia Determined to right legendary wrongs, Harry has vowed to fight the demons that torture him.But will that battle destroy her as well

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    About “Cathy Maxwell”

    1. Cathy Maxwell

      CATHY MAXWELL spends hours in front of her computer pondering the question, Why do people fall in love It remains for her the mystery of life and the secret to happiness.She lives in beautiful Virginia with her children, horses, dogs, and cats.

    777 thoughts on “The Scottish Witch”

    1. This second book in Cathy Maxwell’s The Chattan Curse series – or is it a trilogy? – is more than just a romance novel, it's a wonderful love story that, once I started, I couldn't put down.From the Cover: Every woman has her dreamsPortia Maclean believes she is beyond love and marriage. Then one moonlit night, while attempting a daring masquerade in a desperate bid to protect her family, she finds herself swept off her feet by a powerful stranger. His very touch makes her long for much mo [...]


    2. The course of true love never did run smooth - A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act 1, Scene 2Cathy Maxwell's THE SCOTTISH WITCH is Book Two in the Chattan Curse series. The series focuses on a 17th century curse cast by a Scottish witch, Finella, on the Chattan family,When a Chattan male falls in love,strike his heart with fire from Above.Book 1, LYON'S BRIDE, introduces us to the Chattan Family in the Regency Era - Neal, Harry, and Margaret. Neal, Lord Lyon, wants children, so he seeks a bride he ca [...]


    3. This is such exactly what many readers are looking for when it comes to historical romance. It's a page turner with not just a great romance, but also a mystery, and a supernatural element as well. I couldn't turn the pages fast enough as I learned more about the curse. The chemistry between the two leads was fantastic! At times it felt like it was the curse that had the sparks flying, but I think it was just the curse that brought them together, and the sparks they made all on their own.I am so [...]


    4. No rating because I only read to 17%. Hero and heroine still have not met. I don't have the patience to read on and go through the entire "getting to know you" phase and finally come to the point at 50% where they kiss and think: "oh my god I cannot be attracted to him/her, denial and lots of mentions of a hardened penis and heat pulling in her lower abdomen area". I don't know anything about what happened after 17% but it reads like this kind of story. Pass.


    5. I wrote a double-review for this and Lyon's Bride, so apologies for duplication. This one gets a B- for content and an A for narration.At the end of Lyon’s Bride, Harry Chattan, a somewhat cynical and bitter former Cavalry officer, had some serious thinking to do and obstacles to overcome. By the time we meet him again, he’s firmly back-in-the-saddle, so to speak, and hunting desperately for a way to break the curse and restore his brother to health. His search takes him to Glenfinnan in Sco [...]


    6. 4 stars!When a Chattan falls in love, he is struck dead.No curse is a good curse, right?Harry's brother is dying and there is nothing Harry can do about it not until he finds a witch that can break the centuries old spell put upon his family.He finds himself searching for a witch. Who he finds is Portia Maclean masquerading as one. She's doing it for money to keep her family afloat and to keep a roof over their heads. Eventually Harry discovers that Portia was the "witch" he met that night under [...]


    7. This review is also posted at thebawdybookblog.Do you ever read a book and want to throw it across the room at the end of it? This book would have gone flying if it wasn’t for the fact that it was an ebook copy and that would have meant I would of have to throw my precious e-reader.Now I know you’re asking yourself, Why? Why, throw a perfectly good book? What did that book ever do to you?Why? WHY!?!? I’ll tell you why. The ending pissed me off so much that I just wanted to chuck it. Stupid [...]


    8. Another great one by Ms. Maxwell! This one is a bit more witchy than the first book, but the witch stuff is not so dominant that you might confuse this with a paranormal romance. So for those who is not a fan of PNR, worry not! There's a lot of Historical romance goodies in the story that will make your heart flutter since the invention of chocolate fudge ice-cream. Harry has come a long way from his drunken self in the first book. I like him, he's strong, determine and loyal. Portia's not a bad [...]


    9. Review posted: Happily Ever After - ReadsBlog rating: 2.5/5The curse of death is still following the Chattan men once they find love. First, Neal (Lyon’s Bride) fell in love but now he’s growing weaker by the day. This time around, it’s his brother Harry’s turn. But Harry’s a rake, never staying with a woman for longer than a day or two so he, along with their sister Margaret, think that they’ll be safe. They refuse to fall in love and in an attempt to find a way to lift the curse, H [...]


    10. There is a lot about this book, and this series in particular that I like, but I’m beginning to find that the same frustations I’ve had with the last several Cathy Maxwell books are repeated here. So let me start from the beginning: The Scottish Witch is the second book in the Chattan Curse series. It has a fabulous and intriguing premise: The Chattan line has been cursed for centuries because their ancestor hand fasted to the daughter of Fenella, and then abandoned her for a wealthy English [...]


    11. rating 2.5"The Scottish Witch" Cathy Maxwell can be framed within the paranormal historical romance genre. Despite being in a trilogy, I felt that I hadn’t missed anything by not having read the first book. However, it is effectively an unfinished book.I liked the general idea of this story. The plot and the character development was quite good during the first ¾ of the book. However, the author finished it too quickly. I ended up not realizing most of the changes of feelings of the character [...]


    12. Drawn in by the title, in which I was promised something "Scottish." Obviously, I need to stop being so gullible. Will someone please write something about Scotland that does not necessitate characters wrapped in tartan sheets?


    13. A magical, suspense-filled, historical novel, which I gave a rating of 4.5. Taken from my review at RomanceJunkies:Over two hundred years ago, Charles Chattan broke the heart of a woman who loved and trusted him. The brokenhearted woman, Rose, who had the gift of sight like her mother, Fenella, committed suicide. Devastated, her mother cursed him and his descendants so that any Chattan male, who fell in love, would have his heart struck with fire from Heaven. Then Fenella threw herself onto her [...]


    14. If you read my review of the first installment in this series, you'll know I was not enamored. It's a good thing I'd had enough time to forget that one before I saw this one on the shelf in my grocery store and snagged it on impulse. Because this one (maybe I'm just in a better mood this time) is a dam good read!The backstory goes like this: Back in the early 17th Century, a sweet Scottish girl named Rose loved a man named Charles Chattan. He'd handfasted with her, and she was expecting his chil [...]


    15. Good book. Harry has come to Scotland, where the curse began, in hopes of finding a way to break it. Now he is traveling all over the area looking for anyone who could be a witch. Portia and her mother and sister have come to live in Scotland to save money. Her father had left them destitute and reliant on the charity of family members. When she stumbles across what looks like a book of spells with the name Fenella in it, she decides to impersonate a witch and take some of Harry's money. This le [...]


    16. The Scottish Witch: The Chattan Curse by Cathy Maxwell is the second book in the “Chattan Curse” series. After a young woman commits suicide due to an unfaithful lover, her mother places a curse on the man and his family. If a Chattan man falls in love, he will die after siring a son to continue the witche's prophesy. Harry and his two siblings, Neal and Margaret, are the first in the Chattan line to be more than a one child generation. It is because of this that they hope to change what the [...]


    17. My review cross-posted from Joyfully Reviewed: joyfullyreviewed/new-rIn the seventeenth century, Charles Chattan broke the heart of Rose of the Macnachtan, who then committed suicide. Her mother, a powerful witch, cursed not only Charles, but his entire line. When a Chattan male falls in love, he will die. The curse has proved true for centuries, and by 1814, Neal, Harry, and Margaret Chattan are the last of Charles’s line. Neal, Earl of Lyon, has already fallen in love and he’s growing weak [...]


    18. 4.5 FeathersReview also posted at Under The Covers Book Blog "Watchers of the threshold, Watch of the gate, open hell and seal Chattan's Fate. When a Chattan male falls in love, strike his heart with fire from above.Crush his heart, destroy his line; only then will justice be mine".~Fenella, Lyon's Bride/The Scottish WitchFenella cursed the Chattan line to never find happiness. Her daughter Rose had committed suicide due to broken heart caused by Charles Chattan. True to her words, as soon as an [...]


    19. The Scottish Witch Review authored by CathyMaxwellReview by Linda Hays-Gibbs This is a story within a story. The beginning in 1632 has a jilted Rose of Macnachtan brooding over her lover who has left her with a baby in her belly after he hand fasted her to marry an English heiress for his family. Charles Chattan has no idea the evil unleashed on him and his family to come. Rose's mother, Fenella is a witch and she curses Charles after her daughter kills herself and jumps into the funeral fire wi [...]


    20. I very much enjoyed this one! Magic surrounds this story from the beginning, with a second remembrance of the story of the curse from Rose's point of view to Portia's discovery of Fenella's book of spells to the appearance of a strange cat, named Owl, who appears, disappears, then reappears mysteriously. Owl, the cat becomes a very intricate part of the story and the mystery. We soon discover that only Harry Chattan and Portia MacLean seem to be able to see it - and Monty's dogs! Whereas LYON'S [...]


    21. THE SCOTTISH WITCH by Cathy Maxwell is an intriguing and interesting historical romance with paranormal elements. Book #2 of “The Chattan Curse”,See “Lyon’s Bride”. While, “A Scottish Witch” can be read as a stand alone, I would suggest reading Book 1 first, to get the just of the curse and why the three siblings are on a guest to find the witch who cursed them and their loved ones. Three siblings,Lyon,Harry and Margaret Chattan,whose ancestors,The Chattan’s, where cursed centuri [...]


    22. Can we change our fate?Harry Chattan knows he must accomplish two things: find the witch that cursed his family and never fall in love. Both are proving to be a challenge even beyond his diverse military expertise as the witch eludes him and a woman is haunting his dreams. When Harry meets Portia she claims to have the “cure” for this terrible plague that has haunted his family, and nothing will stop him from getting it. The problem it turns out is she is not a witch but a woman in possessio [...]


    23. Portia is the manager in her family. She must be the manager, because there is no one else. Her family has come to a home in Scotland that is falling down and even in this dire strait, they are unable to pay the bills.Harry is a war hero who has come to Scotland to find a solution for a curse that has been on his family for over 200 years. Each man in the family dies shortly after falling in love. Harry's brother (who evidently is the hero of the first book in this series) is dying because of th [...]


    24. At twenty-seven, Portia Maclean has accepted the fact that she's a spinster. Never having fallen in love, and having grown up witness to her parents' strained relationship, she doesn't really feel she's missing out. But she's determined that her sister will be able to marry for love. In spite of their precarious position, they've been able to make it work until now. When Harry Chattan arrives in their small village, Portia comes up with a plan. Chattan is searching for a witch he thinks may fina [...]


    25. At twenty-seven, Portia Maclean has accepted the fact that she's a spinster. Never having fallen in love, and having grown up witness to her parents' strained relationship, she doesn't really feel she's missing out. But she's determined that her sister will be able to marry for love. In spite of their precarious position, they've been able to make it work until now. When Harry Chattan arrives in their small village, Portia comes up with a plan. Chattan is searching for a witch he thinks may fina [...]


    26. 3.5 starsI like the characters and the plot but there was something about the delivery that made it choppy and less enjoyable. Sometimes the author repeated things, like facts and names which didn’t bear repeating and the chemistry between the H/h, which is ever present in the subtext and by all accounts should be palpable, was just a bit missing. Their destined love with the forbidden undertones and threat of death should have made their interactions and secret lovers meetings angsty, fiery, [...]


    27. The Scottish Witch continues that story of the Chattan Curse. Harry Chattan want to save his brother, Neal, who is doomed if the curse is not lifted. And the Curse. If any Chattan falls in love it will cause their death. Harry does not have much time. He has come to Scotland hoping to find a witch who can lift he curse. Portia Maclean needs money to support her family. Harry is offering money to any witch. Portia has found a book of curses. For the money Harry is offering she can use the book an [...]


    28. This was a fun book. Both Portia and Harry are strong charachters who really just want to protect their families at all cost. Both have heavy burdens they carry and this makes them stonger, but really unwilling to rely on others. Unfortuanetly neither one can accomplish what they need to without the other add in an old curse, and you have an interesting story. I really liked the main charachters. And in the end I even liked Portia's mother, Ariana Lady Maclean, who is one of the most self center [...]


    29. Harry is looking for a witch to de-cursify his family. Portia dresses up as that witch for the $$$s. THEY FALL IN LOVE, MAYBE, IF YOU SQUINT. This book was pretty gross! It had a lot of campy-fun potential, but then a frantic make-out session turns into unconsenting sex on the floor of a barn! It was at this point that I had to stop what I was about to see how much I had left. I had assumed I was like 30% of the way through; NOPE. 55%. From there, it's a torrid affair with all the emotional deve [...]


    30. This book was charming. Portia makes a lovely heroine—she is an Anne Elliott type, something of an aging spinster with a sense of duty and responsibility for her family that seems to far outweigh their duties and responsibilities toward her. Relocated to the Scottish highlands after her rake of a father dies, leaving her mother widowed and her pretty young sister without a dowry, Portia makes the most of her life. But when a rakish military man comes into town determined to break an ancient cu [...]


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