Lizzie’s BEST EVER Summer Promo

Hi everyone, I hope you’re having a good summer in spite of ‘everything’. Here in Leicester we’re still on lockdown and seem set to remain so until the situation is reviewed on July 31st. One positive outcome is that I have finished my new novel – hurray – and have written the synopsis for the one after that. Number Seven? How did that happen?

My five romance novels will soon be joined by number six.

To celebrate this milestone I’m offering my ‘Scottish’ novels at below the usual price. Normally, I don’t put my books up for FREE, in fact the last time I did so was December 2012 (!) So make the most of this promo and get them while they’re hot. 

Want to know what my novels are about? Click on each the link to be whisked over to Amazon where you can READ AN EXTRACT/SHARE/BUY.

Do check out my reviews while you’re over there

Tall, Dark and Kilted

Can Fliss tame the Monarch of the Glen ?

Scotch on the Rocks

Romance, family secrets and second chance love in the highlands of Scotland

Girl in the Castle

A Girl, a Castle and a Ghost

Like many of you, we’ve had to put our holiday plans on hold for 2020. Sadly, Bonnie Scotland will have to wait another year before our caravan rolls across the border. So, if you are visiting Scotland from your armchair do consider downloading on of my novels at this very special price – The promo only lasts FIVE DAYS from Tuesday July 28th until Saturday 1st of August.

Should you enjoy reading my work please consider leaving a review, they are an author’s life blood. 

And, just in case you wondered what next novel is all about, here’s the blurb . . . 


Head teacher Eilidh MacDonald is looking forward to a much needed summer holiday. However, her wayward niece Ariel upsets her plans, leaving a letter announcing she’s run away with a boy called Pen. Cue a case of mistaken identity when Eilidh confronts the boy’s father – Rocco Penhaligon, and accuses him of cradle snatching her niece and encouraging her to abandon a bright future. At loggerheads, Eilidh and Rocco set off in hot pursuit of the teenagers to the highlands of Scotland, but the canny youngsters are always one step ahead. Cupid has his work cut out to convince these two commitment phobes they have found their soul mates. And, in a neat twist, it is the adults who end up in trouble – not the savvy teenagers. 

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White sands at Morar – David Crocker / The Sands at Morar / CC BY-SA 2.0

Just one last word – my novels are also available in paperback via my website at WAYYY below Amazon prices. Each paperback will be dedicated to YOU and arrive through your door via Royal Mail delivery. For more information click here.   

So, I’ll say goodbye for now and hope to be in touch soon via social media,



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 our books are published. I have published six books since 2012, the latest being Harper's Highland Fling. I am currently working on #7 which I hope to publish in 2022. In the meantime, do check out my Amazon page: and click 'FOLLOW' to keep up to date with me and my news.

Posted on July 20, 2020, in Lizzie's Scribbles. Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. Hi Lambster

    For some reason this is saying page not there???? Wanted to share and reblog, obvs.

    A XXX

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  2. Sorry Adrienne. I published by mistake before the blog was finished. Feel free to comment now and reblog. Most appreciated.


  3. Reblogged this on New Romantics Press and commented:

    Your Sundae Surprise – my three #Scottish novels will be on offer on Amazon from Tuesday 28th July – Saturday August 1st. You can read all of my novels FREE on Kindle Unlimited. Would you like to learn more? Read this blog post and get ready to download some fabulous novels.


  4. Congratulations on the novel and sorry about the holidays x

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    • Hi, and thanks for popping over onto my blog. Yes, the whole C19/hollidays thing has been very trying, but I have lots of photos of previous trips to Scotland so that’ll have to do for now. Good luck with your own writing and stay safe.


  5. Thank you for dropping by my blog. Yes, we reliving in strange times but at least the novel is finished, edited and proofed. Hope to publish before long. Good luck with your own endeavours.


  6. Lovely reminder of your fabulous books, Lizzie – reading them always makes me want to whizz straight up over the border.
    So looking forward to Penhaligon’s Highland Bride – it sounds like another real cracker!

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    • Hi June, it seems ages since we last had a head-to-head over a coffee discussing our writing. I’m very much looking forward to hearing how you’re WIP is getting on. Thanks for commenting.

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  7. Oh brilliant, Lizzie! What a wonderful treat. I will share on facebook. Looking forward to reading Penhaligon’s Highland Bride, I am in dire need of armchair travel (that’s all we are allowed this year, sadly).
    Well done on writing both number 6 and 7!
    Isa xx

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    • Hi Isabella. Yes, I know exactly what you mean about armchair travel. Not sure we’ll even be allowed that when they review Leicester’s situation in a week’s time. Thank you for all your support, as per usual, keep reading and reviewing, you are am author’s best friend. (especially this author). .


  8. Fabulous blog Lizzie … a wonderful, whirlwind reminisce of your fantastic novels. Really looking forward to the launch of Penhaligon’s Highland Bride and longing to hear where your 7th novel will take us. Best of luck with it all!


    • Thanks Adrienne. Like you, I can’t quite believe that I’m working on #7 and with ideas for more novels. I hope to launch Penhaligon’s Highland Bride when time allows. It’s all finished and ready to go.

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      • Well, whenever we can, I think our incredible achievement – if I may be so bold – definitely calls for a joint celebration complete with our new paperbacks to hand! (And champagne too, of course) X


  9. Fabulous news, Lizzie, about your new novel. I’m so looking forward to reading it so well done for working under such trying conditions.


    • Dear Anne, thank you so very much for commenting, very trying times indeed, especially with double/lockdown in Leicester. At leastI was able to escape to Bonnie Scrim my dreams. Take care and hope to see you very soon.


  10. What a brilliant promotion, Lizzie. I’ve loved all of your novels and always recommend them. Having had a sneak preview of your next book Penhaligon’s Highland Bride, I look forward to cheering you on when it is officially launched. Lovely post! 🙂 Xx

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  11. Hi Jan, I’m looking forward to a double celebration when all ‘this’ is over – Penhaligon’s Highland Bride, If Ever I should Doubt You and Adrienne and June’s new ones. Hope the promo temps a few ‘new readers’ my way. I must try and emulate your monthly blog post schedule as I haven’t blogged since January.

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