Girl in the Castle: Henriette’s Highland Hideaway by Lizzie Lamb @lizzie_lamb #TuesdayBookBlog
Many thanks to Cathy Ryan for this fabulous review of Girl in the Castle. I get a real buzz when people read and enjoy my writing. POsetive feedback makes slaving away in the long, dark watches of the night worth it,
- Author: Lizzie Lamb
- Published: April 2017 by New Romantics Press
- Category: Romance, Contemporary, Mystery, Book Review, Books, Reading.
Her academic career in tatters, Dr Henriette Bruar needs somewhere to lay low, plan her comeback and restore her tarnished reputation. Fate takes her to a remote Scottish castle to auction the contents of an ancient library to pay the laird’s mounting debts.
After a show of justified outrage with unfortunate consequences, Doctor Henriette Bruar with the help of Professor Maddie Hallam, has secured a job cataloguing the library at Castle Tèarmannair. She is hopeful of finding some valuable books; to secure funds for restoration of the castle and, hopefully, in the process also help her career. Her position as an academic and possibly furthering that position at St Guthlac’s is now in jeopardy and time away, giving Henri chance to try and repair the damage, is just what she needs.
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