Happy 2nd Birthday – Scotch on the Rocks

Happy Birthday Scotch on the Rocks

For one week only (July 11th – 18th) Scotch on the Rocks will be available to download for 99p/99c as part of a #Kindle Countdown promotion (usual price £2.50). So don’t miss this opportunity to join in with the birthday celebrations. And, if you’re a newsletter subscriber, you could win a signed copy of Scotch on the Rocks, plus a magnetic bookmark to keep your place.

Interested? Read on . . . and subscribe.

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Within one week of publication in July 2015 Scotch on the Rocks achieved #1 Bestseller in its genre. Historical Romance > Scottish, and has sold consistently well ever since.

 

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An author never knows if readers will take to a book or love the characters she’s created, however, as reviewer Rosie Amber puts it, – everyone loves a man in a kilt. Don’t they?

It also turns out that they love a great love story, convincing secondary characters, second chance love, a secret baby – and a very naughty parrot called Pershing. Here are some readers’ comments.

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Without giving too much away,  here’s the blurb . . .

“SCOTCH ON THE ROCKS – Where the men wear kilts and women are glad of it!

ISHABEL STUART is at the crossroads of her life.
Her wealthy industrialist father has died unexpectedly, leaving her a half-share in a ruined whisky distillery and the task of scattering his ashes on a Munro. After discovering her fiancé playing away from home, she cancels their lavish Christmas wedding planned for St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh and heads for the only place she feels safe – Eilean na Sgairbh, a windswept island on Scotland’s west coast – where the cormorants outnumber the inhabitants, ten to one.
When she arrives at her family home – now a bed and breakfast managed by her left-wing, firebrand Aunt Esme, she finds a guest in situ – BRODIE. Issy longs for peace and the chance to lick her wounds, but drop-dead-gorgeous American, Brodie, turns her world upside down.

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In spite of her vow to steer clear of men, she grows to rely on Brodie to help her get over life’s disappointments and to move forward. However, she soon begins to realise he’s too good to be true and suspects him of having an ulterior motive for staying on remote Cormorant Island. Having been let down by the men in her life: father and fiancé,  is it wise to trust a man she knows nothing about – a man who presents her with more questions than answers? Or will it be third time lucky for Issy? As for Aunt Esme, she has secrets of her own . . .

 

Click here to read an excerpt/buy/share Scotch on the Rocks

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If you’d like a chance to win a signed paperback (worth £9.50) of Scotch on the Rocks and a magnetic bookmark . . . IMG_4811

. . . subscribe to my Newsletter and follow the instructions you will find there

If you are looking for some great summer reads then check out my other books 

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That’s all for now. Have a great summer,  happy reading and see you soon.

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About Lizzie Lamb

I write contemporary women's fiction mostly based in Scotland with hot heroes, feisty heroines and always a happy ending. Along with three other authors - Adrienne Vaughan, June Kearns and Margaret Cullingford - I formed the New Romantics Press under which all our books are published.

Posted on July 11, 2017, in Lizzie's Scribbles and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Loved this book! Brilliant story-telling, laugh out loud dialogue and gorgeous romance – and a couple of intriguing mysteries that kept the pages turning when I should have been asleep. Five stars all the way for me! X

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    • Thanks for your lovely comments Adrianne. Scotch on the Rocks is my fastest selling book to date. Judging from number of four and five star reviews left, readers seem to like it too. I hope the paperback copy goes to a good home ⭐️

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