About Danger on the Loch
Raised by a cold and distant mother, photographer Paisley Clark has spent her life daydreaming about the father she doesn’t remember. Paisley’s dream turns to reality when a DNA test brings her in contact with the mysterious man. With her financial situation a disaster and her childhood friend James Pressley-Coombes working across the pond in Scotland, Paisley is emboldened to accept her father’s invitation to visit him.
She arrives in the Highlands only to discover that she isn’t Paisley Clark at all but a titled lady, the daughter of a Scottish duke. Despite the warm welcome and the comfort of James’s presence, dangerous undercurrents surround Castle Rannoch, her father’s estate. Overwhelmed, Paisley takes refuge in her camera and James’s steady presence to provide a sense of normalcy in her rags-to-riches transformation. But her once-easy relationship with James is changing, deepening beyond friendship in a surprising twist of events. Before they have time to examine their feelings, Paisley inadvertently captures a shocking image in one of her photographs—a picture worth killing for.
Paige Edwards writes some of my very favorite romantic suspense books! I love the way her books fit together. They are full of familiar characters that it just makes me happy to see them again.
Something that was really cool about this one was Paisley. She’s a young woman who loves to photograph things. Her camera that her dad had sent her when she was young was a huge part of this story. And I loved it. I loved the way she discovered who her dad was and got to go meet him. Isn’t it every girl’s dream to find out her dad is from Scotland and that she’s really a titled lady? I loved how this happened for her. So cool!
I really loved how James was there for Paisley in Scotland. It was great that he was there for her when she needed someone. And the romance element was fabulous.
The plot of this one had plenty of danger and suspense. It kept me enthralled. I did not want to wait to read it. And I’m really glad that I can read so fast, so I finished it in less than 24 hours. I hate waiting to see what happens to a character when they’re in peril.
This book is so great, go grab your own copy!
I was sent a copy of Danger on the Loch as a gift from the publisher. All opinions are my own.
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