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    I give this 3.5 stars. Zara redeems herself by the end of the book. At one point Lachlan calls Zara stereotyping and judgmental and I have to agree for most of the book that is what she is. It is really hard to like her as a person when she stereotyping a place or the people. She also constantly put her own-self down and never thought she was good enough, which again gets annoying. Loved Lachlan and loved the descriptions of Scotland, makes me want to go back. Zara by the end is a better person and also has more confidence in herself. In the end I am happy to see everything worked out the way it should. *I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review.*
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    Wonderfully Warm and Very Funny!

    A wonderfully warm read and one I've so enjoyed! Zara Bailey works as a journalist for a travel magazine; whilst her colleague Dillon handles  the adventurous assignments, Zara is more than happy to jet her way round the world reporting on all the luxury destinations and returning home to her London flat to spend time with friends, family and her boyfriend Josh. However, when Dillon suddenly leaves his job and Josh turns out to be not quite the man she thought he was, Zara is quite appalled to be given the task of cycling across the Highlands of Scotland and worse - horror of horrors - camping in her very own tent! But then, having sworn off men perhaps a bit of solitude is just what she needs? I share Zara's dread of camping, so empathised greatly with the situation she finds herself in, but she is strong-willed and even stronger minded and sets off with a determination that I greatly admired. There is lots of humour in this novel, not least Zara's love /  hate relationship with her bike! With an aversion to men coursing through her veins, she makes great time until disaster strikes. This is such a lovely read with so much going on! The people, the scenery - and the delicious food - of the Highlands would make anyone plan a visit there and I found myself racing through the pages so quickly! Beautifully crafted with flowing writing and a great cast of characters whom I feel I could bump into at any time, this is a real pleasure to read and it's most definitely a book which I recommend utterly and completely. Author Lisa Hobman has more than earned every one of the five stars I'm happily giving her novel.

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