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As usual, Lizzie delivered a great cast. Henrietta Bruar (Henri) was an engaging heroine, arriving at the castle to catalogue the contents of the library prior to auction. The laird, Sir Malcolm MacKenzie is a bit of a devil for the ladies – even Henri wasn’t safe from his wandering hands at times! Then there’s the no nonsense Alice Dougal who cooks and manages the castle and dour, outspoken Lachlan MacKenzie who’s not at all happy with the fact the newly-arrived Dr Henri Bruar is not only female but an attractive one at that! And then, of course, there’s Keir…a definite reason to revisit those episodes of Outlander. For Henri the path of true love is destined to become slightly bumpy following the arrival of brother and sister Alex and Ciarstaidh MacKenzie-Grieves. He is a charming wastrel while with her sights firmly set on Keir she makes it clear no one is going to get in her way, especially Henri.
A wonderful read with something for everyone. Loved it!
Henri is a wonderfully feisty heroine with a slightly murky past: “gorgeous, sexy” Keir isn’t initially the man of anyone’s dreams, but I so enjoyed discovering his hidden depths. The supporting characters are excellent too – Alice the housekeeper (with her own secrets), curmudgeonly (and very funny) Lachlan, the lascivious Sir Malcolm, and the element of complication to things running smoothly added by Alex and Ciarstaidh MacKenzie-Grieves.
The setting was wonderful – the unconventional access arrangements for the castle, the changing faces of the loch perfectly described, the castle itself vivid in every detail. Heavens, I could sometimes hear the phantom piper too. And although I must admit that I’m rarely a fan of accent and dialect being conveyed in dialogue, in this book it was so well done, so totally appropriate, that I really couldn’t imagine it being done in any other way.
This might be the first book I've read by Lizzie Lamb, but it certainly won’t be my last – I enjoyed this book very much.
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