Reviews for Tall, Dark and Kilted
- Get acquainted with the Laird of Kinloch Mara. Cinderella meets Braveheart. What a fabulous read! patriciaann
- Lizzie Lamb's debut novel draws you in and whisks you up to the stunning Scottish Highlands. There are laugh out loud moments in this beautifully told love story, which was hard to put down. Tall Dark and Kilted is going on my books to keep shelf to read again and again. K. Bedford
"I escaped into the Highlands with the spirited heroine and moody, complicated hero. Great stuff - a sequel would be brilliant."
"I am not normally a fan of modern romance, so the fact that 'Tall Dark and Kilted' held me spellbound says it all."
"The relationship between Ruairi and Fliss sparkles like finest Champagne. How that girl keeps her hands off him for so long I'll never know!"
"I fell in love with Ruairi Urquhart, myself - who wouldn't fall in love with a man who calls you - 'a chuisle mo chroi' - pulse of my heart?
- This book is fast paced, funny and set in two wonderful locations: Notting Hill and the Highlands of Scotland. There were many laugh out loud moments, but serious ones, too. Reading through the other reviews I can see that I'm not the only reader to have fallen in love with sexy, alpha male/hero, Ruairi Urquhart. I also felt great sympathy for the feisty Fliss, felt her loneliness and was glad everything worked out for her in the end.
More about Tall, Dark and Kilted - Notting Hill Meets Monarch of the Glen
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; 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 upclose 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?