Tall, Dark and Kilted
Notting Hill meets Monarch of the Glen.
A brooding laird, a feisty can-do heroine.
A clash of temperaments and cultures
Can the push and pull of sexual attraction between Ruairi and Fliss ever lead to
HAPPILY EVER AFTER?
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 as a holistic therapist 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 Fliss tame the Monarch of the Glen and find the happiness she deserves?
Read Tall, Dark and Kilted to find out . . .
READERS’ REVIEWS ON AMAZON
“Lizzie Lamb’s début novel draws you in and whisks you up to the stunning Scottish Highlands”
“It has all the ingredients you desire in a romantic romp: a feisty heroine, a brooding handsome hero and all set against the evocatively portrayed background of the Scottish highlands”
“A thoroughly enjoyable Highland romp. Fun characters, lots of sexual tension and a happy ending. What more could one want from a romance novel?”
“I loved this novel! It had a fresh and flirty voice with just the right amount of thoughtful introspection to give it real depth. The Scottish Highland setting is beautifully described, so much so that I felt I was really there, and the eccentric cast of characters made this an absolute delight to read.”
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