Simply Blair

Simply Blair

by Gina Robinson

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BN ID: 2940157316426
Publisher: Three Jays Press LLC
Publication date: 08/10/2017
Series: Jet City Kilt Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 222
Sales rank: 104,728
File size: 545 KB

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Simply Blair 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Jude-the-Obscure More than 1 year ago
A previous review has provided you, dear readers, with enough plot description. Let me say that this clever modern chick-lit homage to Diana Gabaldon's "Outlander" series and its fans is thoroughly enjoyable. I devoured the first three parts: Almost Jamie, Almost Elinor, and Simply Blair like literary potato chips. The fourth and final installment--Simply Austin-- is due out in mid-September 2017. (I pre-ordered a copy, of course.) Now, be aware that these books are really short stand alone novellas which I hope will be offered in a one-volume Jet City Kilt collection by Ms. Robinson when the quartet is complete. In addition to the "Kiltlifter" cocktail recipe, the series provides hours of enjoyment (if you read very slowly or are subject to constant interruption), and is really not to be missed. My only question is whether Diana Gabaldon has requested a portion of the royalties. Bonnets off to Gina Robinson for devising this modern twist to the "Outlander" romance. She deserves a bouquet of highland heather (no thistles)!
shobeteener More than 1 year ago
Simply Blair is Book 3 in the Jet City Kilt Series. This book takes quite a twist in the series. Love the intrigue! Austin and Blair are on their way to England. Austin gets stopped by security at the airport. He thinks he won't be long and sends Blair on ahead. She's meeting her ex, Nigel in England to get her family ring back. Blair leaves their meeting upset and accidentally steps into traffic getting hit. Due to her injuries she has lost some of her memory. Nigel takes advantage of that and is trying to get Blair to fall in love with him again. I felt like he was almost kidnapping her. I just felt there was a hidden motive. During this time poor Austin is also being held against his will. Out of contact with the outside world trying to prove his innocence.
LightningCityBookReview More than 1 year ago
"Simply Blair" is the heart in throat third installment of Gina Robinson's Jet City Kilt series. This series is a four book saga focusing on Cyber Security Cosplayer Austin McDougall and Dr. Blair Edwards. Each of these books is a cliffhanger leading to the next. In the second book, "Almost Elinor" Austin and Blair were well on seemingly steps away from their HEA. Unfortunately Austin's detained by the Feds before they could leave for their London and Scotland get-away. "Simply Blair" picks up immediately with the couple on two different continents and facing intense challenges. Blair's plans to face her ex-boyfriend in person to explain her abrupt break-up meets a major and unexpected catastrophe. Back in the US Austin is trying desperately to clear his name which is taking far too long. Blair's ex-boyfriend is up to no good and she's alone in a foreign country and extremely vulnerable. "Simply Blair" had me approaching with caution. I wasn't thrilled to learn Austin was at risk of losing Blair to her egotistical and boring ex Nigel. However Gina Robinson handles this in a dramatic yet completely realistic way. Whenever I would get frustrated by Blair's emotional wavering I was able to understand - to some degree. Most of the action occurs between Blair and Nigel and Austin and Lazer. Austin's pack is in attendance only at the end but their personalities are there in spades. There is one more major conflict for Austin and Blair to face which arises in "Simply Blair". It looks as though "Simply Austin" will be taking place in Scotland; at least for a bit. I am totally invested in Gina Robinson's Jet City Kilt series and cannot wait to see how it wraps up! To read the entire review please visit: This novel was provided, voluntarily read, and honestly reviewed.