Magenta Mine (Scottish Highlands, #3)

Magenta Mine (Scottish Highlands, #3)

by janet elizabeth henderson

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BN ID: 2940152191820
Publisher: janet elizabeth henderson
Publication date: 07/01/2015
Series: Scottish Highlands , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 94,741
File size: 267 KB

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Magenta Mine (Scottish Highlands, #3) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
gaele More than 1 year ago
Harry Boyle and Magenta Fraser grew up in Invertary: he left to pursue an education while Magenta rather lingered in town, doing her best never to fit in and exploring all the old abandoned mines and caves peppering the town. A touch of the goth, with her plain-spoken take no prisoners approach, Magenta is bold, brash and abrasive. Until Harry returns. Harry left town after high school, fueled by his genius, and is now returning to Invertary. He wants to check in on the friend he never could forget, and the one who pushed him away years ago. Finding Magenta still pushing him off is frustrating, and it doesn’t seem that his new friend Lake or his wife and Magenta’s boss Kirsty are helping at all with their interference. It isn’t until Betty – as wide as she is tall, with a talent for interference speaks up, does Harry dare to make a move. He is, however, locked in a tunnel for his efforts, and Magenta is the logical option to rescue him. So – this isn’t perfect by any means, but a perfectly delightful lighthearted and funny story. The quirky characters manage to intrigue, amuse, interfere and support our budding couple of Harry and Magenta with equal measures of poke, prod, tease and outright trickery. Add in a series of ‘you’ll only get this in small towns’ humor, a touch of prankster and a dash of the twisted progression that is familiar with a novel by Henderson and you’ve got a great read for anywhere. It isn’t necessary to read this in order, but you might want to start with Lingerie Wars to affix the town and the people in your head. I purchased a copy of the title for my own library with no expectations of review. All conclusions are my own responsibility.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This one didn't have a lot of the town in it. I love Betty if you've read any of these books you will know who I mean. I hope these books keep on coming.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Only 128 pages, but a good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Taken from Goodreads: Magenta Fraser doesn’t want to be claimed—what is this? The Stone Age? Quick read, starting to love the evil little twins. And Betty she's something not sure what, but something.