Tall, Dark and Kilted by Lizzie Lamb

Tall, Dark and KiltedTall, Dark and Kilted by Lizzie Lamb

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is a wonderful modern romance. Fliss is hard working and independent, when a party gets broken up by the police and Fliss needs a good reference from her employer it becomes the last thing she gets, before the sack. Faced with the need to find a new job quickly, she jumps at the chance to manage a Therapy centre in the Scottish Highlands.

Ruairi is the Laird of Kinlock Mara who is forced to keep tight reins on his step sisters and their mother. Isla and Cat lead a wild life spending money from Trust funds with little care for anyone but themselves. Ruairi believes they’ve brought Fliss with them as a decoy for their overspending and bad behaviour. But Fliss is determined to make a go of the business despite constantly fighting Ruairi and his dis-trust.

Full of hot and cold blasts of tension between the pair, this story is full of romantic Scottish themes; Kilts, bagpipes, scenery, Gaelic whisperings, Clan Urquhart tartans and Strathspey reels. Definitely an enjoyable read.

Find a copy here from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com

Lizzie lamb took part in the Romancing September Across The World Tour, where she gave us a guest author interview and talked about this book, here is a link to the post. http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-2xX

Look out for the review of her second book Boot Camp Bride, coming soon with a new Author Interview.

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Winner’s Note; Congratulations to Maureen, our winner of a Mobi copy of Tall, Dark and Kilted.


15 thoughts on “Tall, Dark and Kilted by Lizzie Lamb

  1. I was born in Scotland, emigrated to Canada at the age of seven. Although Canada is my home, I still love everything about Scotland–the hills, the heather, the bagpipes, heilan’ coos, even haggis and plum duff. I especially love the haunting Scottish songs my grandfather used to sing. Whenever I hear The Eriskay Love Lilt or the Skye Boat Song, I have a hard time not crying.


    • Maureen, I was at Loch Katrine two years ago and a piper started playing: I LOVE A LASSIE . . . There were tears in my eyes because it made me think of my childhood in Scotland and my Father who sang it to me. My THIRD novel, which I’m currently writing, will also be set in Scotland.


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