Saturday, 10 July 2010
'Highland Fling' by Katie Fforde
I wanted a bit of light relief from Sartre for a while, so decided to read 'Highland Fling' by Katie Fforde. It proved to be a pleasant read.
Jenny Porter, a 'Virtual Assistant' goes off to Scotland to sort out a failing mill for one of her clients. When she arrives she is more determined than ever to save it. But she is very attracted to Ross Grant, which doesn't help because Dalmain Mill owes him a lot of money. Also, Lady Dalmain is domineering and over-powering, to such an extent that her son Philip walks out on her and her mill.
Anyway, in the end, Jenny (moving on from Henry) and Ross come together (they just can't resist each other) and Ross says that he will do all that he can to try to save the mill. So, everyone ends up reasonably happy.