Highland Fling (Debut Novel)
Publication Date: 18th April 2017
Eve Eddison describes her ideal woman to her best friend, Roxanne, over pints in their local pub a few days before she travels to the Scottish Highlands. There she falls head over heels for an enigmatic local, Moira Burns, and the usually reticent Eve wants more than a holiday romance. Forestry officer Moira Burns has no intention of letting go—either of past pain or for present pleasure. If that means she misses out on her chance at happiness, so be it. Convinced Eve is headed for heartbreak, Roxanne advises her to let Moira go…but has Eve found her ideal woman at last?
From the breathtaking Highlands of Scotland to the buzz of a Leicester gay bar, family and friendship are tested to breaking point, as letting go proves painfully hard.
Highland Fling Finalist in the 2018 Golden Crown Literary Society Awards.
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If you are looking for a romance in a wonderful setting, with a lot of drama and angst, pick this up.
…an authentic feel, not just in tone, geography and accent but also the emotional honesty marks this book out as such a charming read – Gscene Magazine.
Highland Fling was a beautiful love story that will pull you into the book and make you feel as though you are one of the characters.
Loved it, warmed my heart through and through.
Take a day off, curl up and lose yourself in this lovely lesbian romance by debut novelist Anna Larner – Sita Balani, DIVA Magazine.
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