Almost Elinor

Almost Elinor

by Gina Robinson
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Overview

Almost Elinor by Gina Robinson

A kilt meets dress modern love story.

If you like good guy geek heroes who look hot in kilts, strong, intelligent heroines, and poignant romance, then you'll love Almost Elinor, the second book in Gina Robinson's light, fun contemporary romance Jet City Kilt Series.

As a cyber war threatens cosplayer, geek, app designer, and cyber security expert Austin MacDougall's career, his chances of winning Dr. Blair Edwards' heart just got a whole lot slimmer. His nemesis has stepped up his plot to ruin Austin and take him out of the spotlight as the charming, cosplay version of Jamie, the Highlander TV heartthrob.

Half American, half English physician Blair Edwards has problems of her own. Her English ex-boyfriend wants her back and will stop at nothing to reclaim her heart and separate her from Austin.

When things get tough, what does every good Highlander do? Take his English lass to a good old-fashioned Scottish gathering in the suburbs of Seattle, of course. But this gathering presents another set of problems...

Find out why readers love Gina Robinson's good guy heroes, the strong women they fall for, and their funny, witty, romantic stories. Scroll up and grab your copy of Almost Elinor today!

The Jet City Kilt Series

These two books must be read in order:

Almost Jamie
Almost Elinor

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157399696
Publisher: Three Jays Press LLC
Publication date: 07/13/2017
Series: The Jet City Kilt Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 196
Sales rank: 80,637
File size: 550 KB

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Almost Elinor 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
CeeCeeHouston 5 months ago
From their first chance meeting to pretend lovers. Austin and Blair have to navigate talk shows, work problems and a Highland Gathering as well as Austin’s cantankerous grandfather. Hiding in the wings is Blair’s ex-boyfriend just waiting to cause trouble. And he’s not alone. From meddlesome bosses to lusty co-workers, Austin is beset with one mess after another. But, when, Blair gets into some serious trouble, Austin save the day. Then, just as they think they have all their problems laid to rest, another pops up to take its place. Plus someone has a problem with their being together and is out to wreck their relationship before it can blossom. As Austin and Blair are finally setting off on vacation, another incident takes place. Will this couple ever get a moment to just be? Let’s hope we find out soon.
LightningCityBookReview 6 months ago
"Almost Elinor" is sweet, fun, thrilling, and wonderfully romantic. This is the second installment in Gina Robinson's Jet City Kilt series and is NOT a stand alone book. "Almost Elinor" continues following the adventures of Austin MacDougall and Blair Edwards from "Almost Jamie". The couple met at Comic Con while coincidentally dressed as the Hero and Heroine of the popular Highlander show "Jamie". Austin chose the costume due to his resemblance to the shows Scottish lead actor. Their instant attraction and their splashy Meet/Cute at the Comic Con has made them media darlings. It also jumpstarted their romance onto the fast track. "Almost Elinor" showcases progress of their romance as well as well as hair-raising threats and their enemies attempts at sabotage. The speedbumps come as personal and professional vendettas. There are threats which are seemingly innocent and anonymous to their love lives as well as more serious and personal. I'm really enjoying this Jet City Kilt series. The books are quick and amusing reads filled with charming characters, sweet romance and some really unexpected thrills. "Almost Elinor" is the second installment in this series and all of the books need to be read in order. It's THAT kind of series - FYI. Gina Robinson is a new to me author that I'm quite delighted to have found. To read the entire review please visit: http://wp.me/p4XqxF-22b This novel was provided, voluntarily read, and honestly reviewed.