BOOK REVIEW: The Christmas Castle in Scotland
by Julie Caplin
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Unwrap this gorgeous gift of a book for an escape to the snow-peaked caps of the Scottish Highlands and a romance that will melt your heart…
Izzy McBride had never in a million years expected to inherit an actual castle from her great uncle Bill but here she was, in the run up to Christmas, Monarch of her own Glen – a very rundown glen in need of a lot of TLC if her dream of turning it into a boutique bed and breakfast was to come true.
But when Izzy’s eccentric mother rents a room to enigmatic thriller author Ross Adair and the Scottish snow starts to settle like the frosting on a Christmas cake, it’s a race to get the castle ready before they’re all snowed in for the holidays.
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This is the first book I’ve read by Julie Caplin. The Christmas Castle in Scotland is Book #9 (of 10) in the Romantic Escapes series. Each book is a standalone, though, so you can read them in any order.
I enjoyed this story. It’s light-hearted and the romance portion is clean. On the romantic comedy scale, it’s not necessarily laugh-out-loud funny, but more cutesy fun.
If you like reading romantic comedies, this book is worth a try. I’d definitely be open to reading other books by this author.