A Girl. A Ghost. A Castle. A Hot Laird.

A headsup – Girl in the Castle is on Kindle Countdown on Amazon.com for 99c until May 29th. Get it while you can at this price . . . the clock’s ticking . . .

Girl in the Castle: A Girl. A Castle. A Ghost. And a very HOT laird. (Lizzie’s Scottish Romances) – Kindle edition by Lamb, Lizzie. Paranormal Romance Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

While setting up this promo I thought I’d remind myself how much I loved writing it. While I was over on Amazon I re-read readers’ reviews and thought I would share a couple with you.

Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin . . .

“She has a unique gift for creating settings and dialogue that capture Scottish colour, language, humour, and beauty, while realistically including the cold, the rain, and the chill of an ancient castle on a remote island. As someone who has not only lived in Scotland, but also in a medieval castle, I think she’s absolutely nailed that one.”

“Oh my goodness! I read this book to myself with a Scottish accent (I’m from Manchester). What a great setting, a castle with its own moat, Henriette is a historian with a doctorate using all her girl power to rebuild her career and reputation following a misunderstanding. Enter hero Keir, the heir of the castle. Initially, Henri was warned off him by a potential bride he was promised to. Henri was not bothered at the time, she was too busy being good at her job in the library. Will romance get the better of her? Any more would be a spoiler. Like I said, great setting, Scottish dialogue feeds into the castle image. I enjoyed it.

Girl in the Castle 99p for one week only

Sail across Loch Linnhe to Castle Stalker, the inspiration behind Girl in the Castle

I ‘stumbled’ across Castle Stalker a few years ago when we were touring the highlands. Upon learning that the owner conducted tours of the castle during the summer months we signed up. He brought his launch over to the shore and ferried us over to the castle. I was so excited that I nearly fell overboard into Loch Linnhe. Returning two years later I was able to present him with a copy of Girl in The Castle as a thank you for inspiring me to write such a wonderful love story.

The blurb, quotes and some pictures to encourage you to download Girl in the Castle at this time-limited price.

She has a unique gift for creating settings and dialog that capture Scottish colour, language, humour, and beauty, while realistically including the cold, the rain, and the chill of an ancient castle on a remote island. As someone who has not only lived in Scotland, but also in a medieval castle, I think she’s absolutely nailed that one.”

“A gorgeous hero in Keir Mackenzie and a brilliantly created cast, including cantankerous ferryman and manservant, Lachlan, whose spats with Aunt Alice, the housekeeper, had me, at times, in stitches, bring the story alive. I could picture the scenes so well.”

My favourite part in the novel is when Henriette says to Keir – I WISNAE PUSHED, I DIDNAE SHOVE. I JUST MET YOU AND FELL IN LOVE

So, dear and gentle reader, if you would like to download GIRL IN THE CASTLE for the bargain price of 99c (usually £2.50) be quick.

Click on this link to read a FREE preview of Girl in the Castle and to download your copy

If you would like a signed paperback delivered straight to your door go to this pageUK only, sorry –

Have a great weekend and happy reading . . .

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: viewAuthor.at/LizzieLamb and click 'FOLLOW' to keep up to date with me and my news.

Posted on May 22, 2022, in Lizzie's Scribbles. Bookmark the permalink. 22 Comments.

  1. Hi Lizzie

    Tried to go on and share… but link seems to be broken?

    A X

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  2. Reblogged this on Adrienne Vaughan and commented:
    One of my favourite authors, favourite books!

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  3. Reblogged this on New Romantics Press and commented:

    I thought it was time to revisit GIRL IN THE CASTLE and to offer it to my readers for 99p to download for one week. I’ll be doing a similar promo for Amazon.com in April. So ….. if you’re looking for a great read, check out the reviews and download a copy. Happy Reading, Lizzie x


  4. Absolutely gorgeous romantic setting, fabulous
    characters – and as ever, lots of fun.
    One of Lizzie’s best.

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  5. Dear June, thanks so much for popping along and leaving a comment. I’ve enjoyed re-reading this one (should an author say that?). Have a great weekend and good luck with all your writing enterprises.


  6. I absolutely loved this book. Such memorable characters. What a lovely post, Lizzie. Those reviews are fabulous. Well deserved too Xx

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  7. I entirely agree with the reviews! I adored this book, actually I adore all of your books and I am looking forward to travel to Scotland again with your new story! xx

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    • Thanks Isabella and, as you know, you will be one of the first to receive a manuscript to gauge your opinion of my latest. Have written over 80k now, so well on the way.


  8. What a fabulous and vibrant post. I need to escape to another one of your stories again to visit Scotland and an irresistible hero. Love the story of how you found the castle.

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    • Thanks Jessie, I can’t tell you how exited I was when I found you could actually look round Stalker. Then we found a camp site (5 vans only) which overlooked the castle on a promontory and we were made up. Imagine waking up to that view every morning. So inspiring for a writer.


  9. What a wonderful setting for a lovely warm story. Love all the twists and turns. Looking forward to the next one.

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    • Thanks Maggie, We were with you the first time Castle Stalker hove into view and we couldn’t believe it. It was like a magical thing appearing out of the mist or a film set. No wonder it inspired me to write the novel.


  10. Joan Davies-Bushby

    If you haven’t read Girl In a Castle then you are in for a real treat. A tale of love and adventure in the beautiful setting of Scotland. I can’t recommend it enough.

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  11. One thing you didn’t mention is that Castle Stalker doubled as Castle Arghh in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The owner took part in the film and showed us the very spot on the ramparts where John Cleese hurled abuse at King Arthur. great place to visit and a great book which I have read a couple of times,

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    • Thanks Dave, I do drag you round the best places in Scotland with me, don’t I? Always grateful for you support and enthusiasm for my writing.


  12. I love this authors books. I agree, she captures the beautify and magic of Scotland so eloquently. Her characters are always so engaging and her plots are always very good.
    Can’t wait for her next book!

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    • Many thanks for your comments Phyllis. I’ll be calling upon yu to help me design my cover for #7 – Dark Highland Skies. Start thinking about it . . .


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