Castles, men in kilts, a 300-year-old ghost, and a murder sound like a fun idea for a great movie. Set in Scotland, where love meets a little bit of séance, Kathleen Shaputis put it all together in one incredible story.
Baillie Castle is famous for lots of gatherings. Whether it’s a beautiful wedding or a place for writers to get inspiration, with its classical structure, everyone is in awe. Another majestic charmer found in this place is its owner, Rogue Bruce. This girl is somehow the closest thing to a ‘princess’ their town could get. That’s why no doubt some guests and even locals find her enchanting.
Rogue owns the castle, and together with her aunt, they try to make the estate pleasing as it becomes a place of gatherings for their guests. Evident to it is a recent intimate wedding held in the castle, and at that moment, Rogue met Bruce who literally caught her when she was about to fall. Bruce is a dashing delivery boy who has adored her since the beginning. Is there anything else more romantic than the princess meeting her knight? Well, I guess there is. How about meeting a writer who dresses like a prince, wrapped with fluttering gestures and soliloquies?
The air in Scotland seems too fairy tale and full of love, not until a surprising death from one of the guests breaks the scene. Baillie Castle turned out to be haunted. Haunted with not just any other ghost, but a 300-year-old gentleman who captured the heart of Rogue’s aunt.
This story will bring you to a wild ride of emotions, with a pang of mystery and thrill that will make you hold on to your chair a bit tighter, a flood of warmth in your heart, and feelings that will not allow you to put it down until the last page. A unique kind of love story that knows no boundaries, not even death can contain.
Leap inside the mysterious story and unravel the hidden tunnels of Baillie Castle… where your eyes will meet the unexpected twists. His Kilt Dropped Here gives you the air-gasping experience with a dash of a fairy tale.
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Pub Date: January 15, 2021
Page Count: 290
Publisher: Kathleen Shaputis (Independently Published)
Review Posted Online: January 15, 2021
Writera Magazine Reviews Issue: November 6, 2021
Category: Romance, Fantasy > Magical Realism