Tall Dark and Kilted by Lizzie Lamb
Thanks for reminding me about this one, too, Sharon. It seems a long time ago now. But I still love that book.
I loved this book! For a start I loved the heroine Fliss who has suffered loss and comes out fighting. Fliss is making her own way in the world and doing quite nicely until her friendship with the spoilt and selfish Urquhart sisters causes a major downturn in her career. Against her better judgement she accepts their attempt to make amends by taking on the job of manageress at their rather irresponsible mother’s new therapy centre. The catch is, the centre is at their ancestral home in the Scottish Highlands, ruled with a rod of iron by their half brother, the fierce Ruairie. This novel is one of those that you can get into immediately and the London scenes with Fliss and Isla and Cat Urquhart are fun and very readable. For me, however, the novel leaps to a whole new level when Fliss arrives in the Highlands. The setting…
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