Blog Tour Review – The Christmas Castle in Scotland

Posted 3rd November 2022 by Emma in Reviews / 0 Comments

Blog Tour Review - The Christmas Castle in Scotland

I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Blog Tour Review – The Christmas Castle in ScotlandThe Christmas Castle in Scotland by Julie Caplin
Also by this author: The Cosy Cottage in Ireland
Series: Romantic Escapes #9
Also in this series: The Cosy Cottage in Ireland
Published by One More Chapter on 31st October 2022
Genres: Chicklit, Christmas, Contemporary, Humour, Love & Romance, Women's Literary Fiction
Pages: 351
Format: eARC
Source: from Netgalley
Amazon Kindle

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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Thank you to One More Chapter for my copy of this book via Netgalley and to Rachel for letting me take part in this tour. This is the 9th book in the Romantic Escape series, but each book can be read as a standalone.
In this book we follow Izzy as she returns to the Scottish Highlands to open the castle she inherited as a hotel. Well, I hope I win the lottery because I definitely want to visit this place for Christmas.
There are a few characters which I loved in this box. I loved Duncan with his thick Scottish accent and protectiveness for Izzy. Xanthe was quite a character too. She is impulsive and eccentric, but she has a good heart.
I recently got married in a castle in Scotland, so I really enjoyed reading this book and it just helped to keep the wedding and honeymoon fever going. I really loved visiting Scotland, so this book was perfect to keep me dreaming of the beautiful countryside. I only visited a small area of Scotland, but this book makes me want to visit more.
This book really was like a big warm hug. It’s full of all things Christmas. If you are looking for something to get you in the mood for Christmas this book is the one to read.

About Julie Caplin

Julie caplin, formerly a PR director, swanned around Europe for many years taking top food and drink writers on press trips (junkets) sampling the gastronomic delights of various cities in Italy, France, Belgium, Spain, Copenhagen and Switzerland. It was a tough job but someone had to do it.

These trips have provided the inspiration and settings for her Romantic Escapes series which have been translated into fifteen different languages.
The first book in the seven strong series, The Little Café in Copenhagen, was shortlisted for a Romantic Novel of the Year Award.


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