Scottish Romance Book Blitz

November 30th is St Andrew’s Day and to celebrate I’m offering my Scottish-themed romances for 99p/99c per download – for one week only – December 1st – December 8th.

Want to know more about my books? Read an extract? Download a copy? Be my guest………

where the men wear kilts and the women are glad of it (1)

Tall Dark and Kilted my debut novel. The story begins in Notting Hill then moves to Wester Ross where the sparks really fly.  You can read an extract here

_. . you had me at . . . (1)Fliss Bagshawe longs for a passport out of Pimlico where she works as a holistic therapist. After attending a party in Notting Hill she loses her job and with it her dream of becoming her own boss. When she’s offered the chance to take over a failing therapy centre, she grabs it with both hands. But there’s a catch – the centre lies five hundred miles away – in Wester Ross, Scotland.  Fliss’s romantic view of the highlands populated by hunky Men in Kilts is shattered when she has an up close and very personal encounter with the Laird of Kinloch Mara, Ruairi Urquhart. He’s determined to pull the plug on the business, bring his eccentric family to heel and eject undesirables from his estate – starting with Fliss. Faced with the dole queue once more, Fliss resolves to make sexy, infuriating Ruairi revise his unflattering opinion of her, turn the therapy centre around and sort out the dysfunctional Urquharts. Can she find the happiness she deserves? 

Copy of photo courtesy of scotweb.co.uk

Next up – Scotch on the Rocks  #1 bestseller in its genre – runner up in the Exeter Novel Prize. Read the opening chapters – and enjoy this short blurb . . .

ISHABEL STUART is at a crossroads in 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 at 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 gorgeous, sexy American, Brodie, turns her world upside down.

1-1-1-what readers have said about SCOTCH ON THE ROCKS (1)

 

Readers mention that they like the multi-generational themes running through the novel, the close knit highland community and a naughty parrot called  Pershing.

 

And, finally, Girl in the Castle 

I especially enjoyed writing this one as I was able to weave my love of history into every page. It reached #3 in Scottish Highlands and islands when first published, rubbing shoulders with Jenny Colgan and Peter May in the Amazon charts.

welcomelittle one!Henriette - shawl

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. The family are in deep mourning over a tragedy which happened years before, resulting in a toxic relationship between the laird and his son, Keir MacKenzie. Cue a phantom piper, a lost Jacobite treasure, and a cast of characters who – with Henri’s help, encourage the MacKenzies to confront the past and move on. However – will the Girl in the Castle be able to return to university once her task is completed, and leave gorgeous, sexy Keir MacKenzie behind

So, those are your choices. It takes about a year to write a novel and another four/five months to polish, shape and format it for Amazon. I hope that you agree that 99p/99c is a bargain for each of my Scottish novels and decide to download one. Oh, and one more thing, they’re all available in paperback, and on Amazon Prime and Kindle Unlimited, too.

What next for me? I’m about to start writing #6 – another Scottish themed romance, this time with a bit of a difference as the hero and heroine (who can’t stand the sight of each other, natch) have to combine forces and go chasing after two runaways – his son and her niece – all the way from Cornwall to Scotland. Lots of fun, angst and hilarious encounters ensue . . .

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. I have published five books since 2012 - check out my Amazon page: viewAuthor.at/LizzieLamb

Posted on November 30, 2018, in Lizzie's Scribbles and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Happy St. Andrew’s Day, Lizzie! From me and La Diva LOL xx

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  2. Gorgeous reads all! It’s tough trying to pick a favourite. I still love TDK – what a starter for 10!! Amazing output, Lizzie, (pour yourself a wee dram!)

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  3. Happy St Andrew’s Day, Lizzie. I’ve loved all your books and your road trip one sounds wonderful. Looking forward to that! xx

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  4. Sharon, your Yorkshire characters and my Scottish characters should meet up one of these days.

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  5. Happy St Andrew’s day, Lizzie. Love the sound of your next novel and just know it will be as much of a gem of a read as your previous books. Fab to chat to you last night. Always such a tonic. Much love xxx

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  6. Thanks Jan. likewise. We always have a good laugh, don’t we? Must arrange a meet up during January before we get snowed in. Good luck with your writing, too.

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  7. Mags Cullingford

    Read and enjoyed all of Lizzie Lamb’s Scottish novels, intriguing plots, great cast of characters, especially the heroes, sexy, if troubled men in kilts, and spirited heroines who don’t take anything lying down, if you’ll pardon the double entendre. Above all, though, the romance of the Scottish Highland settings transport the reader into a fairy-tale world. Pure escapism, romantic perfection.

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  8. Morning Mags, thank you for popping along and leaving such a fabulous comment. I might be using some of the phrases in my next promo – just saying. See you very soon.

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  9. Love all of Lizzie’s Scottish books, the wit, the charm, the warmth … oh, and the ‘hot stuff” too! A brilliant, heart warming bargain … snuggle down and be whisked away! X

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  10. Reblogged this on Adrienne Vaughan and commented:
    A heart warming bargain, Lizzie’s fabulous Scottish set! Snuggle down and be swept away …

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  11. Thanks Adrienne, we are both at the fun stage of starting our next one. I wonder where the stories will lead us . . . looking forward to reading yours.

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