Aspiring blogger Janie Milan is finally on her dream trip to Thailand. But when an unfortunate pina colada incident lands her in the path of a hot Scotsman, Janie finds herself dying to find out what’s under his kilt. Only the frustratingly sexy man isn’t who he’s pretending to be…
After cutting a deal to keep his brother safe, Scottish heartthrob Blaine Galloway is hiding from the press. But his secret identity starts to slip the second he meets small-town blogger, Janie.
Now the press is hot on their heels and Blaine’s life is tumbling into a tabloid-sponsored hell. Coincidence? He’s not so sure.
About the Author
It’s no wonder that Michele’s first romance has a little sparkle of the stage tucked into its pages as she was a performer long before she got addicted to the page. Being a writer was not what she was supposed to be when she ‘grew up’ but then neither was a dancer. Her poor parents. They thought that when she toddled off to law school they’d bred a responsible, useful adult and instead they got a performer and word junkie.
She now writes full time in a studio surrounded by the whisper of wind in the trees and only intermittent interruptions from her young son, husband and hunger pangs. She’s based in New Zealand (land of beaches and hobbits) loves chocolate, yoga, sunshine, her boys and happy endings.
You can get in touch through Facebook or Twitter or through her website and blog www.micheledewinton.com
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Title: Her Scottish Mistake
Series: Perfect Escape #1
Author: Michele de Winton
Publisher: Entangled: Lovestruck
Source: IndieSage PR / NetGalley
This was a pretty sweet read that had a lot of promise for the hopeless romantics, but it wasn’t for me. I didn’t click with the writing style, but I still thought it was pretty nicely written, and Janie was a really funny girl. I could seriously see someone appreciating the way the author wrote out the story. Were the lines a little much for me? Probably, but it still kept a funny tone that attempted to win me over with the characters and cute moments. Some scenes actually made me smile, and that changed my reading experience a lot. The ending was a little different from the rest of the story, in my opinion, but maybe that’s the point when they go from paradise in Thailand to the real world? Either way, I think it’s a sweet romantic comedy other readers will enjoy.