Clementine’s swapped a London flat for a Scottish castle – but will she get her fairytale ending?
After discovering they were heirs to an enormous fortune, the lives of the five Hiverton sisters have never been the same.
While oldest sister Ariana settles in Norfolk, Clementine heads up to the remote Scottish Highlands to move into the castle that forms part of their estate. Not bad for a girl brought up scrabbling for money in a tiny house in East London…
However, Clem quickly finds out that Ruacoddy Castle is falling apart, the neighbours – especially grumpy young farmer, Rory – are suspicious of her and the eccentric housekeeper, Ottoline, is still in residence.
But as Clem finds herself growing closer to the village community, even growing closer to Rory and forming an alliance with Ottoline, she realises that life in the Highlands might just be the change she needed.
She just needs to find out if Manolo Blahnik make wellies…
Take a trip to the gorgeous Scottish countryside with this utterly feelgood, romantic and hilarious read.
I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.
I really enjoyed the first book in The Hiverton Sisters series, and this one is just as good. Clem is heading to the Scottish Highlands to check out an inherited property, and when she gets there, she finds some surprises.
This is a series worth reading in order because the family dynamics and backstory are relevant here. There are quirky characters, some animosity and the beginnings of friendship and even romance. The characters are vivid, and the setting described well. With a mystery to solve, and a threat to Clem’s new life, there is conflict too, but ultimately, it’s uplifting.
Heroines with grit, gumption and good old-fashioned gorgeousness!
Liz Hurley writes exciting and heart warming stories that will make you cheer and laugh.