The Vintage Girl by Hester Browne.
If only this was my life - surrounded by vintage trinkets and antique furniture, staying in a Scottish castle and the owner of an invite to a Scottish ball. But it’s not mine, it’s Evie Nicholson’s - who leaves her uptight boss and normal life working in an antiques shop in London to go on a valuation trip to a Scottish castle, where she finds herself surrounded not only by antiques and romantic stories of the castle’s past, but by two love interests.
It took just three days to read this book, (possibly a new record for me) proof that I really enjoyed it! However, it was while we were on holiday so I did have the luxury of lots of reading time. Sitting in the wingback armchairs under a painting of a Victorian lady by a piano, in the sitting room at our B&B probably added to the ‘romance’ of the book. So I’ll try not to get too carried away. I will just say that this one is staying firmly on my bookshelf, rather than going to the charity shop, as it’s definitely one I will read again.
Right, I’m off to google holidays in Scotland...