Book Review: Stolen Kisses at the Loch View Hotel by Margaret Amatt @AmattAuthor @rararesources

Thank you to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for giving me the chance to review Stolen Kisses at Loch View Hotel by Margaret Amatt


One hotel. One week. And a secret that could change everything.

Ever-optimistic Briony Dalgleish has watched her dreams evaporate. Now, the only way to save her beautiful hotel in the Scottish Highlands is to sell up. In desperation, she agrees to a deal with an American businessman, but when his representative arrives, Briony recognises him as someone she’d rather forget.

American sci-fi geek Zach Somerton is on a last-ditch mission to redeem himself after an epic business fail. If he messes up this time, his career is over. But Scotland’s like another planet, and Zach’s facing crazy locals, bizarre legends, and a woman who’s out of this world. When his boss forbids him to reveal to Briony the real reason he’s at the Loch View Hotel, Zach’s loyalty is tested to the limit.

Forced to work together, Briony and Zach investigate the hotel’s murky past and face up to their own. But getting too close could end their careers. Can Briony and Zach find a way to let in love? Or will secrets and lies crush their chance of happiness?


This is the first book in the new The Glenbriar Series but can easily be read as a standalone and is a spin off of the Scottish Island Escapes series.

I absolutely loved reading this book, it was a perfect start to the knew series. I instantly fell in love with the setting and characters. I really enjoyed the mystery that ran throughout.

i look forward to reading the next installment to what promises to be a fan series.

Purchase here

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: