Highland Fling



[Epub] ❧ Highland Fling ➛ Emily Harvale – E17streets4all.co.uk Alternate cover for ASIN BBGEAKLove can be full of surprisesThirty two year old Lizzie Marshall, fled to the Scottish Highlands after her husband, Max s affair But running a BB under her maiden name d Alternate cover for ASIN BBGEAKLove can be full of surprisesThirty two year old Lizzie Marshall, fled to the Scottish Highlands after her husband, Max s affair But running a BB under her maiden name doesn t mean she s over him, and advice from her best friend, Jane, who can t sort out her own love life, isn t helping Max wants Lizzie back, but can she ever trust him again Jack Drake s having serious doubts about his fianc e, especially as he s not really sure how he came to be engaged in the first place Does he love her enough to marry her, or should he end things before it s too late He s hoping a weekend in Scotland with five of his friends, will help him decideForty five year old farmer, Iain Hamilton, vowed he d never marry again, and a thirty two year old woman from London is the last person he should be interested in If only he could stop thinking about herWhen Jack and his friends arrive at Lizzie s BB for a long weekend, love seems to be on everyone s minds But than one person, is in for a surprise.Highland Fling

Emily writes novels, novellas and short stories about friendship, family and falling in love She believes in love at first sight and she loves a happy ending but knows that life doesn t always go to plan Her stories are sure to bring a smile to your face and a warmth to your heartEmily loves to connect with her readers In addition to her newsletter, she has a readers group on Facebook, where she shares all her latest news and even gets readers involved in choosing titles, book covers andTo catch up with Emily, find out about the group, or connect with her on social media, go to her website at lived and worked in London for several years, Emily returned to her home town of Hastings where she writes full time She s a member of the SoA, anbestseller and a Kindle All Star When not writing, Emily says she can be found enjoying the stunning East Sussex coast and countryside, but she slikely to be found with friends, enjoying a glass of wine or a cup of coffee, and definitely some cake Emily has two mischievous rescue cats, Beatrix and Portia, who like to sprawl across her keyboard, regardless of whether Emily is typing on it, or notCatch up with Emily on her website or on Facebook at or Twitter at.

Highland Fling PDF/EPUB ò Kindle Edition
  • Kindle Edition
  • 265 pages
  • Highland Fling
  • Emily Harvale
  • English
  • 23 July 2017

10 thoughts on “Highland Fling

  1. says:

    Good romance with a few twists Love Emily s novels a real escape.The location and settings are brought alive as much as relationships in this novel Escapism at its best.just want .

  2. says:

    Oh my goodness Have you ever seen the cover of a book and just knew you d love it That s just what happened when I saw the cover for Highland Fling not the cover shown here for some strange reason Then I read the little intro blurb and just HAD to read it I m so glad I did In the words of Larry the Cucumber, I laughed, I cried, it moved me LOL Even as I type this review on my phone using the Goodreads app I m all aglow and smiley Highland Fling is as delightful a book as its title Oh my goodness Have you ever seen the cover of a book and just knew you d love it That s just what happened when I saw the cover for Highland Fling not the cover shown here for some strange reason Then I read the little intro blurb and just HAD to read it I m so glad I did In the words of Larry the Cucumber, I laughed, I cried, it moved me LOL Even as I type this review on my phone using the Goodreads app I m all aglow and smiley Highland Fling is as delightful a book as its title assures It inspires uncontrollable giggles by the second chapter or so, makes you mad as a hatter in the middle, has you tearful and longing near the end and keeps you entertained throughout About 3 4 of the way through the book I realize that it s a modern day Scottish version of Sense and Sensiblysort of LOL You have a displaced heroin, men on a stag party beingwell, men Misunderstandings left and right, cases of mistaken identify and hilarity abound So much fun This is a define read if you re wanting something lighthearted and hysterical Enjoy XXOO HopeFrom Goodreads.com A warm and witty, romance.Love can be full of surprises.Thirty two year old Lizzie Marshall, fled to the Scottish Highlands after her husband, Max s affair But running a BB under her maiden name doesn t mean she s over him, and advice from her best friend, Jane, who can t sort out her own love life, isn t helping Max wants Lizzie back, but can she ever trust him again Jack Drake s having serious doubts about his fianc e, especially as he s not really sure how he came to be engaged in the first place Does he love her enough to marry her, or should he end things before it s too late He s hoping a weekend in Scotland with five of his friends, will help him decide.Forty five year old farmer, Iain Hamilton, vowed he d never marry again, and a thirty two year old woman from London is the last person he should be interested in If only he could stop thinking about her.When Jack and his friends arrive at Lizzie s BB for a long weekend, love seems to be on everyone s minds Butthan one person, is in for a surprise

  3. says:

    Oh my goodness Have you ever seen the cover of a book and just knew you d love it That s just what happened when I saw the cover for Highland Fling not the cover shown here for some strange reason Then I read the little intro blurb and just HAD to read it I m so glad I did In the words of Larry the Cucumber, I laughed, I cried, it moved me LOL Even as I type this review on my phone using the Goodreads app I m all aglow and smiley Highland Fling is as delightful a book as its title Oh my goodness Have you ever seen the cover of a book and just knew you d love it That s just what happened when I saw the cover for Highland Fling not the cover shown here for some strange reason Then I read the little intro blurb and just HAD to read it I m so glad I did In the words of Larry the Cucumber, I laughed, I cried, it moved me LOL Even as I type this review on my phone using the Goodreads app I m all aglow and smiley Highland Fling is as delightful a book as its title assures It inspires uncontrollable giggles by the second chapter or so, makes you mad as a hatter in the middle, has you tearful and longing near the end and keeps you entertained throughout About 3 4 of the way through the book I realize that it s a modern day Scottish version of Sense and Sensiblysort of LOL You have a displaced heroin, men on a stag party beingwell, men Misunderstandings left and right, cases of mistaken identify and hilarity abound So much fun This is a define read if you re wanting something lighthearted and hysterical Enjoy XXOO HopeFrom Goodreads.com A warm and witty, romance.Love can be full of surprises.Thirty two year old Lizzie Marshall, fled to the Scottish Highlands after her husband, Max s affair But running a BB under her maiden name doesn t mean she s over him, and advice from her best friend, Jane, who can t sort out her own love life, isn t helping Max wants Lizzie back, but can she ever trust him again Jack Drake s having serious doubts about his fianc e, especially as he s not really sure how he came to be engaged in the first place Does he love her enough to marry her, or should he end things before it s too late He s hoping a weekend in Scotland with five of his friends, will help him decide.Forty five year old farmer, Iain Hamilton, vowed he d never marry again, and a thirty two year old woman from London is the last person he should be interested in If only he could stop thinking about her.When Jack and his friends arrive at Lizzie s BB for a long weekend, love seems to be on everyone s minds Butthan one person, is in for a surprise

  4. says:

    An enjoyable read.This was a light hearted look at the complications that arise from a series of misunderstandings, not saying what you want to say, not saying what you should saying and not saying anything at all.The story is mostly from Lizzie and Jack s points of view, although we do see if from the supporting characters, sometimes one person at a time and sometimes from a multitude.The reader was always kept informed of what is going on, even if the characters didn t necessarily know This o An enjoyable read.This was a light hearted look at the complications that arise from a series of misunderstandings, not saying what you want to say, not saying what you should saying and not saying anything at all.The story is mostly from Lizzie and Jack s points of view, although we do see if from the supporting characters, sometimes one person at a time and sometimes from a multitude.The reader was always kept informed of what is going on, even if the characters didn t necessarily know This often added to the tension and at times made me want to knock their heads together and shout things like Oh, why didn t you just listen to what was actually said or Just spit it out, say it The plot twisted and turned its way over several weeks with a subtle rom com sort of feel to it.I was glad that Lizzie found an inner strength to face up to certain things Jane was a very good BBF and although Max was the villain, I quite liked him really One of my favourties was Iain Hamilton I found him quietly interesting and appealing Jack was a bit of a tortured soul who just wanted to do the right thing but found it wasn t always what his heart wanted I liked his mates, they were fun and supportive but in that blokey sort of way.An enjoyable and easy read about a group of people who found their lives closely entwined, in ways they didn t think possible, with surprising outcomes

  5. says:

    Well, once I saw the cover of Emily Harvale s Highland Fling, I knew I was going to enjoy it This was a warm and witty romance The story is mostly from Lizzie and Jack s point of view, but we do see extracts from the supporting characters The novel centres around a stag weekend in Scotland Most of the characters live in London so the story takes you there, too Lizzie runs a B B in the Scottish Highlands after fleeing London when her husband, Max had an affair But is she over him and advic Well, once I saw the cover of Emily Harvale s Highland Fling, I knew I was going to enjoy it This was a warm and witty romance The story is mostly from Lizzie and Jack s point of view, but we do see extracts from the supporting characters The novel centres around a stag weekend in Scotland Most of the characters live in London so the story takes you there, too Lizzie runs a BB in the Scottish Highlands after fleeing London when her husband, Max had an affair But is she over him and advice from her best friend Jane who is unable to sort out her own love life does not help matters Max wants Lizzie back but she trust him Jack Drake is having doubts about his fianc e, especially as he is not sure how he came to be engaged in the first place but does he love her enough to marry her So he is hoping that a weekend in Scotland with his friends, will help him make a decision.Then we have forty five year old farmer, Iain Hamilton who said that he would never marry again, but he can t stop thinking about a woman from London.When Jack and his friends arrive at Lizzie s BB for a long weekend, love seems to be on everyone s mind but with plenty of plots and twists,than one person is in for a surprise This is an enjoyable and easy read about a group of people whose lives are closely entwined in ways that they never thought possible

  6. says:

    As soon as there was a discussion as to the merits of cheating or at least cheating within the circumstances of this book I knew I wouldn t particularly like it You can dress it up however much you want cheating is still wrong I cannot understand the mentality even when it is explained to me, in detail, like in this book behind it at all and due to this is made it very difficult for me to actually like the leads or anyone else who knew what they were doing but didn t seem to think it As soon as there was a discussion as to the merits of cheating or at least cheating within the circumstances of this book I knew I wouldn t particularly like it You can dress it up however much you want cheating is still wrong I cannot understand the mentality even when it is explained to me, in detail, like in this book behind it at all and due to this is made it very difficult for me to actually like the leads or anyone else who knew what they were doing but didn t seem to think it mattered.This reminded me very much of a Rom Com, you have mistaken identities, meanings etcetera Unfortunately because all of this was soured by the cheating I ended up rolling my eyes and really not caring that surely someone with common sense would turn around and say No I m sure it was X that got married not Y, I heard them say X so why are you thinking it is Y whereas everyone in the book seemed to just assume that they hear names wrong all the time.The book is well written though, just not my cup of tea

  7. says:

    A lovely little Chicklit book Not sure how I came across it it may have been a recommendation from someone, but I am glad I downloaded and read it This is very much a fun read, however, there are plenty of misunderstandings sometimes I got a little irritated by them but I enjoyed all the characters I always love a dog in a story He didn t play too much of a part, but it was nice to know he was there and the characters were relatable Of course 6 boys on a stag weekend would always have A lovely little Chicklit book Not sure how I came across it it may have been a recommendation from someone, but I am glad I downloaded and read it This is very much a fun read, however, there are plenty of misunderstandings sometimes I got a little irritated by them but I enjoyed all the characters I always love a dog in a story He didn t play too much of a part, but it was nice to know he was there and the characters were relatable Of course 6 boys on a stag weekend would always have disastrous consequences but this bunch turned out to be very likable I enjoyed this book very much It is definitely not a deep thought provoking book, but light and lots of fun I liked it so much I have downloaded her next book which features characters from this book

  8. says:

    I read Highland Fling whilst recovering from a virus this month and it was just what the doctor ordered a feel good romance, set in my favourite part of the world I liked all the characters, especially the best friend Jane, who I think deserves a novel of her own I must agree with another reviewer I found Max villainous but intriguing I always love a bad boy in a romance I will enjoy reading this author s second novel LIZZIE MARSHALL S WEDDING in the fullness of time If I hadn t alread I read Highland Fling whilst recovering from a virus this month and it was just what the doctor ordered a feel good romance, set in my favourite part of the world I liked all the characters, especially the best friend Jane, who I think deserves a novel of her own I must agree with another reviewer I found Max villainous but intriguing I always love a bad boy in a romance I will enjoy reading this author s second novel LIZZIE MARSHALL S WEDDING in the fullness of time If I hadn t already bought Highland Fling I would certainly have gone for the double kindle bundle A PAIR OF ROMANTIC COMEDIES

  9. says:

    This is a light hearted and very enjoyable romance with some great characters and wonderful settings The dialogue is sharp and compelling and the descriptions of the Scottish landscape magical All the main characters are well developed but I found myself falling for Max in particular, even though he s the anti hero The plot twists and turns its way through misunderstandings and unexpected events to a satisfyingly happy ending.

  10. says:

    A warm, contemporary romance, this was an enjoyable and fun read Emily Harvale surrounds us with a good cast of characters Iain and Alastair get a definite thumbs up and it s set in Scotland, which is always a winner for me Relationship misunderstandings and human frailties keep the story interesting right until the end.

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