Harper’s Highland Fling by Lizzie Lamb #BookReview #Romance @lizzie_lamb @rararesources #TuesdayBookBlog

Many thanks to Cathy of Between the Lines for taking the time to read Harper’s Highland Fling and for writing such an incredible review of the book.

It’s my pleasure to join the blog tour and share my review for Harper’s Highland Fling, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

My Thoughts

Harper’s Highland Fling takes us from Cornwall to the majestic glory of the Scottish Highlands via the scenic Lake District. Harper MacDonald, executive headteacher of a federation of village schools, had done a sterling job of turning around those schools threatened with closure. Now it was the end of the academic year and, before she had to make a decision about her future, there was a three week tour of Nepal to look forward to. Or so she thought.

However, things were not exactly going to plan. Harper’s niece, Ariel, who lived with her, was supposed to be going to L.A. to stay with her mother for the holidays. Instead, Ariel in her wilful and thoughtless way, had left a note saying she was off to goodness…

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Harper’s Highland Fling by Lizzie Lamb. #BlogTour

I actually had shivers down my spine as I read this fabulous review. Victoria managed to find the essence of this book and distill it into a fabulous review. Thank you

Victoria Wilks

Harper’s Highland Fling

After a gruelling academic year head teacher Harper MacDonald is looking forward to a summer holiday trekking in Nepal. Her plans are scuppered when her wayward niece, Ariel, leaves a note announcing she’s running away with a boy called Pen. The only clue to their whereabouts is a scribbled footnote: I’ll Be in Scotland.

Cue a case of mistaken identity when Harper confronts the boy‘s father – Rocco Penhaligon – accusing him of cradle snatching her niece and ruining her bright future. At loggerheads, Harper and Rocco set off in hot pursuit of the teenagers, but the canny youngsters are always one step ahead. And, in a neat twist, it is the adults who end up in trouble, not the savvy teenagers.

Can Cupid convince Harper and Rocco that they have found their soul mates?

Fasten your seatbelt for the road trip of your lifetime – It’s…

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Delightful story to escape into – Harper’s Highland Fling by Lizzie Lamb #BlogTour

Another heartwarming review for Harper’s Highland Fling from ‘splashes into books’. I hope that the blog followers will give my writing a try. Thank you so much for your kind and encouraging words.

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After a gruelling academic year head teacher Harper MacDonald is looking forward to a summer holiday trekking in Nepal. Her plans are scuppered when her wayward niece, Ariel, leaves a note announcing she’s running away with a boy called Pen. The only clue to their whereabouts is a scribbled footnote: I’ll Be in Scotland. 

Cue a case of mistaken identity when Harper confronts the boy‘s father – Rocco Penhaligon – accusing him of cradle snatching her niece and ruining her bright future. At loggerheads, Harper and Rocco set off in hot pursuit of the teenagers, but the canny youngsters are always one step ahead.  And, in a neat twist, it is the adults who end up in trouble, not the savvy teenagers. 

Can Cupid convince Harper and Rocco that they have found their soul mates? 

Fasten your seatbelt for the road trip of your lifetime –

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Harper’s Highland Fling by Lizzie Lamb Blog Tour – Review

I am very pleased to reblog this fabulous review by Bookish Jottings. It’s made my weekend 🙏🏼

Bookish Jottings

After a gruelling academic year, head teacher Harper MacDonald is looking forward to a summer holiday trekking in Nepal.

However, her plans are scuppered when wayward niece, Ariel, leaves a note announcing that she’s running away with a boy called Pen. The only clue to their whereabouts is a footnote: I’ll be in Scotland.

Cue a case of mistaken identity when Harper confronts the boy’s father – Rocco Penhaligon, and accuses him of cradle snatching her niece and ruining her future. At loggerheads, Harper and Rocco set off in hot pursuit of the teenagers, but the canny youngsters are always one step ahead. And, in a neat twist, it is the adults who end up in trouble, not the savvy teenagers.

REVIEW

A witty, uplifting and compelling romantic comedy set in Scotland, Lizzie Lamb’s Harper’s Highland Fling is sure to appeal to fans of Phillipa Ashley and Milly Johnson.

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Harper’s Highland Fling by Lizzie Lamb / #SpotlightPost #BlogTour @rararesources

another blogger features Harper’s Highland Fling . Thank you very much x

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After a gruelling academic year head teacher Harper MacDonald is looking forward to a summer holiday trekking in Nepal. Her plans are scuppered when her wayward niece, Ariel, leaves a note announcing she’s running away with a boy called Pen. The only clue to their whereabouts is a scribbled footnote: I’ll Be in Scotland.

Cue a case of mistaken identity when Harper confronts the boy‘s father – Rocco Penhaligon – accusing him of cradle snatching her niece and ruining her bright future. At loggerheads, Harper and Rocco set off in hot pursuit of the teenagers, but the canny youngsters are always one step ahead.  And, in a neat twist, it is the adults who end up in trouble, not the savvy teenagers.

Can Cupid convince Harper and Rocco that they have found their soul mates?

Fasten your seatbelt for the road trip of your lifetime –

It’s going to…

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#BookReview Harper’s Highland Fling #Romance @lizzie_lamb #bookish

Many thanks TO Lucy Mitchel FOR FEATURING harper’s highland fLING ON HER BLOG AND WRITING SUCH AN AMAZING REVIEW. i HOPE IT MIGHT TEMPT A FEW OF HER SUBSCRIBER’S TO GIVE MY NOVELS A LOOK OVER.

Anyone fancy reading a classic romance story with a lot of fun and adventure?

Look no further as I have the perfect book for you. Harper’s Highland Fling by Lizzie Lamb is one you will love. It’s got all the ingredients for a good read. I could honestly see this story turning into a film with it’s fun romantic set up and the entertaining road trip.

I hadn’t read Lizzie Lamb before prior to picking up this book. After reading this book I know I will be reading a lot more from Lizzie.

Here’s the blurb:

After a gruelling academic year head teacher Harper MacDonald is looking forward to a summer holiday trekking in Nepal. Her plans are scuppered when her wayward niece, Ariel, leaves a note announcing she’s running away with a boy called Pen. The only clue to their whereabouts is a scribbled footnote: I’ll Be in Scotland.

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Blog Tour – Harper’s Highland Fling by Lizzie Lamb

Thanks to Babs at Bookescapes for reading and reviewing Harper’s Highland Fling.

Book Escapes with BabsW67

After a gruelling academic year head teacher Harper MacDonald is looking forward to a summer holiday trekking in Nepal. Her plans are scuppered when her wayward niece, Ariel, leaves a note announcing she’s running away with a boy called Pen. The only clue to their whereabouts is a scribbled footnote: I’ll Be in Scotland.

Cue a case of mistaken identity when Harper confronts the boy‘s father – Rocco Penhaligon – accusing him of cradle snatching her niece and ruining her bright future. At loggerheads, Harper and Rocco set off in hot pursuit of the teenagers, but the canny youngsters are always one step ahead. And, in a neat twist, it is the adults who end up in trouble, not the savvy teenagers.

Can Cupid convince Harper and Rocco that they have found their soul mates?

Fasten your seatbelt for the road trip of your lifetime –

It’s going to be…

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Desert Island Books with… Lizzie Lamb

Many thanks to Julie for featuring me on her blog. If you’d like to know which five books I’d take on a desert island with me, click on the link 🙂

A Little Book Problem

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Today’s literary castaway, stranded on a deserted beach with only five books and one luxury item to keep her company, is author, Lizzie Lamb. Let’s see what she has chosen from all the books even written as the ones she would like to be stuck with indefinitely, shall we?

Book One – Friday’s Child by Georgette Heyer

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Hero Wantage is desperate to change her fate.

When the dashing Lord Sherry proposes out of the blue, Hero is overjoyed – she’ll escape a life as a governess and, once they wed, he can finally claim his inheritance.

But as Hero attempts to social climb in glamorous London society, Sherry is concerned that her naivety will ruin them both and takes drastic action.

The chaos that follows will push friendships – and hearts – to breaking point.

Before Pride and Prejudice hit our screens, Georgette Heyer was my go-to author for Regency…

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Celebrating Burns Night with Lizzie Lamb

Source: Celebrating Burns Night with Lizzie Lamb

 

Books of the Year 2020 #books #reading #writing #contemporaryfiction #fiction

Many thanks to RNA chum and writer Anne Stormont for including Harper’s Highland Fling as one of the books she’s read and enjoyed this year. Check it out and see if you feel the same. Have a cool Yule . . .

Put it in Writing

Books are my thing – writing them and reading them but this year, more than any other, books have provided some much-needed solace and escapism.

Writing my own books

During the initial Covid lockdown and the various tweaked versions/restrictions that followed her in Scotland, I was so glad to have my writing. I did find my concentration was a bit compromised at first but since I got my mojo back it’s been so good to have an imaginary Covid-free world to escape to – a world where I’m in control.

It was a real morale booster when the final part of my Isle of Skye trilogy, Fulfilment,was published. It was lovely to have brought Jack and Rachel’s story to a satisfying conclusion – although I must admit I do miss them. And it’s also been lovely to have so much wonderful feedback from readers. Thank you all of you…

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