High Strung by Hannah Morse 5 Stars

 I don't typically gravitate towards MM Historicals, but I was asked by the author to review a copy of her novella, High Strung and I had an opening on the blog for today, so I figured it would be a quick read and went for it!  I'm so glad I did!

From the Author:

Morgan Tenbey, third son of Viscount Ramsbury, is called home to the family’s country estate. His father declares that it’s time to set aside his love of fast horses, gambling, and high fashion in order to take a position as vicar. Unable to imagine a life outside of London, Morgan believes he'll be miserable forever, until he meets Davie, a groom in the family stables.

Davie fled his last post in Scotland after his employer discovered him kissing the wrong person, but history seems doomed to repeat itself when Davie falls for Morgan. Can two people who feel like they’ll never belong find their way to a future together?

My Review: 

Sometimes you need a quick, steamy pick-me-up HEA and that is what you'll find with High Strung by Hannah Morse.  The writing is clear and succinct, packing a lot of heat and sweet into just 6 chapters, but it's enough to tell Morgan and Davie's story.  From the Meet Cute in the stables to the very end, this is a low angst read that will warm your heart.

If there is one thing I'd suggest is that the cover doesn't match the story - Davie is supposed to be a groom in the stables and a Scottish Ginger... no one on the cover matches that description, but once you are past that, it's a wonderful story.