Hot Highland Fling by Eliza March

Hot Highland Fling by Eliza March
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short (62 pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Sex
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Review by Hibiscus

Ailsa Jackson is finished dating executives. She’s looking for hot sexual fantasies—“all muscle, stamina and no commitment.” When assigned to interview an American CEO, Colin Fitzgerald, who recently inherited lands and a title in Scotland, she tosses her inhibitions aside to research all the old myths about brawny Highlanders and answer the old burning question—what is under a Scotsman’s kilt?

Are you looking for the answer to the age old question, what do Scotsmen wear under their kilts? If so, this may be the book for you. We do learn what American Scots wear under theirs. So the question is semi-answered depending on how you view it.

Alisa Jackson is a journalist who is looking for a little spice in her life and doesn’t want any “stuffy Americans”, as she so delicately puts it. She lucks out when she goes to Scotland to interview the new Lord Brantham who just happens to be an American. I loved how Alisa kept referring to kilts and what is under them. When Alisa tells Katie about her ideas for a hottie Scottie, I knew I was in for a delightful read. I was rolling with laughter as I envisioned what was bobbing a very friendly welcome under Colin’s sporran.

Colin Fitzgerald aka Robert Desmond III aka Lord Brantham aka Bob Fitzgerald is really Robert Colin Fitzgerald Desmond III, the stuffy American who went to the University of Maryland at the same time as Alisa. I was surprised to read about the crush he had on Alisa when he was a senior and she was just a freshman at school. I could understand how the Fitzgerald Clan Chief kept his real identity a secret from Alisa throughout the story. His feelings for Alisa were apparent from the time he saw her from the castle walls.

The story moved very quickly but I loved the fact that I felt I knew not only all the characters intimately but the castle as well. There were so many cute references through the entire story that had me smiling at Ms. March’s witty writing style. From where the story takes place at Castle Claidhearnh Mor which means the great huge rock to checking off the rooms in the castle, I felt I was smiling in Scotland.

I always looked at the age old question as what does anyone who wears a kilt wear under it. After reading Hot Highland Fling, I now know.


  1. I’m so glad you enjoyed Aisla’s trip to Scotland. 🙂

  2. Bravo on the review! I loved Hot Highland Fling!

    Keep on writing, Eliza!

    Faith V. Smith

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