Christmas with the Laird (Christmas Around the World, #3)
by: Scarlet Wilson
Series: Christmas Around the World
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: October 28, 2014
Source: Tule Publishing via NetGalley
It's official - for Juliette Connolly Christmas is a bust and she's definitely not in the Christmas spirit. She's been dumped by her boyfriend and replaced by a younger model. Then a clause in her contract means she and a mysterious colleague have to work over Christmas. But there's much more to Andrew Campbell than meets the eye. Especially when it turns out he's the Scottish Laird of the haunted house they're filming in.
And it seems like there's magic in the air in the remote snow-filled setting. The local village contains a cast of Christmas characters and even though the boiler in the drafty house is broken the temperature is definitely rising.
Maybe Andrew and Juliette are about to be sprinkled with a little Christmas fairy dust?
Christmas with the Laird is a lovely, heartfelt, festive novella with wonderful characters and a setting that has a touch of eeriness, but is a whole lot charming.
It captured my heart from the start, as did Andrew Campbell. Both he and Juliette are endearing, real characters and whilst their romance happens over a couple of days, it was paced perfectly, natural and with some fun and lovely touching tender moments.
Scarlet Wilson injects so much I love about Scottish villages into this story, the atmosphere, the small community and the spirit. The ideal book to cozy yourself down with in front of an open fire, wee dram of Scottish malt in hand and lose yourself in the romance.
Whilst this book is part of the Christmas Around the World series, it is completely standalone and the series can be read in any order.
**Received a copy from Tule Publishing in exchange for an honest unbiased review.**
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The Christmas Around the World Series:
Christmas at Waratah Bay (Book One) Review
A Yorkshire Christmas (Book Two) Review
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