Englishman Lake Benson loaned his life savings to his dippy sister so that she could buy a shop. It was a big mistake. His sister has been steadily flushing his money down the drain – and now he wants it back. Years in the special forces taught Lake that if you want a job done, do it yourself. So he steps in to make the shop profitable, sell it and get his money back. The only problem is, the business is an underwear shop. And all Lake knows about underwear can be summed up in how fast he can unsnap a bra. To make matters worse, the tiny highland town already has a lingerie shop. A successful one, run by an ex-lingerie model. A very gorgeous ex-lingerie model, who’s distracting him from his mission more than he’d like to admit. If Lake wants to get his savings back, and get out of Scotland, he only has one option – wipe out the competition.
Kirsty Campbell has spent years rebuilding her life after she woke up in hospital in Spain to find her body scarred, and her ex-fiance had run off with all her money. The last thing she needs is a cocky, English soldier-boy trying to ruin all she has left. Her home town is only too happy to help her fight the latest English invasion, although Lake is beginning to sway them with his sex appeal and cut price knickers. With the help of her mother, and the retired ladies of Knit or Die, Kirsty sets about making sure that her shop is the last one standing in Invertary.
It’s Scotland versus England as you’ve never seen it before. It’s lingerie war.
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Wow, if you get a chance please read this book.
First of all the fact that this book was set in Scotland and majority of the characters are Scottish is soo perfect and it really suits the whole book.
I also loved Lake and particularly his witty comebacks that he threw out to everyone.
Kirsty is also amazing and I loved how the author portrayed her. Didn’t portray her as weak and broken, despite her past.
And Betty.... omg that old Scottish woman made me laugh so much. She was the perfect addition to this story and I loved how Lake and Kirsty handled her.
What a fantastic book this is , lots of laughter but with a serious side too , my only criticism is the part about the proclaimers singing in a Glasgow accent I don’t think they do as they’re from Edinburgh but each to their own . I would really recommend this book if you’re looking for a fun , easy read .
Really loved it!!!
I would really recommend it, going to invest into the rest of the series as well!!