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Raised by a cold and distant mother, photographer Paisley Clark has spent her life daydreaming about the father she doesn’t remember. Paisley’s dream turns to reality when a DNA test brings her in contact with the mysterious man. With her financial situation a disaster and her childhood friend James Pressley-Coombes working across the pond in Scotland, Paisley is emboldene Raised by a cold and distant mother, photographer Paisley Clark has spent her life daydreaming about the father she doesn’t remember. Paisley’s dream turns to reality when a DNA test brings her in contact with the mysterious man. With her financial situation a disaster and her childhood friend James Pressley-Coombes working across the pond in Scotland, Paisley is emboldened to accept her father’s invitation to visit him. She arrives in the Highlands only to discover that she isn’t Paisley Clark at all but a titled lady, the daughter of a Scottish duke. Despite the warm welcome and the comfort of James’s presence, dangerous undercurrents surround Castle Rannoch, her father’s estate. Overwhelmed, Paisley takes refuge in her camera and James’s steady presence to provide a sense of normalcy in her rags-to-riches transformation. But her once-easy relationship with James is changing, deepening beyond friendship in a surprising twist of events. Before they have time to examine their feelings, Paisley inadvertently captures a shocking image in one of her photographs—a picture worth killing for.


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Raised by a cold and distant mother, photographer Paisley Clark has spent her life daydreaming about the father she doesn’t remember. Paisley’s dream turns to reality when a DNA test brings her in contact with the mysterious man. With her financial situation a disaster and her childhood friend James Pressley-Coombes working across the pond in Scotland, Paisley is emboldene Raised by a cold and distant mother, photographer Paisley Clark has spent her life daydreaming about the father she doesn’t remember. Paisley’s dream turns to reality when a DNA test brings her in contact with the mysterious man. With her financial situation a disaster and her childhood friend James Pressley-Coombes working across the pond in Scotland, Paisley is emboldened to accept her father’s invitation to visit him. She arrives in the Highlands only to discover that she isn’t Paisley Clark at all but a titled lady, the daughter of a Scottish duke. Despite the warm welcome and the comfort of James’s presence, dangerous undercurrents surround Castle Rannoch, her father’s estate. Overwhelmed, Paisley takes refuge in her camera and James’s steady presence to provide a sense of normalcy in her rags-to-riches transformation. But her once-easy relationship with James is changing, deepening beyond friendship in a surprising twist of events. Before they have time to examine their feelings, Paisley inadvertently captures a shocking image in one of her photographs—a picture worth killing for.

30 review for Danger on the Loch

  1. 4 out of 5

    Traci Abramson

    In Danger on the Loch, Paige Edwards has done a masterful job combining contemporary mystery and suspense with the United Kingdom’s high society. DNA results, an unexpected meeting between father and daughter, and a blossoming romance are only a small piece of a story set in vividly-described Scotland. With stolen bank transfers, a possible traitor within the household, and a potential terrorist attack looming, expect to lose some sleep while racing to find out if James and Paisley will be able In Danger on the Loch, Paige Edwards has done a masterful job combining contemporary mystery and suspense with the United Kingdom’s high society. DNA results, an unexpected meeting between father and daughter, and a blossoming romance are only a small piece of a story set in vividly-described Scotland. With stolen bank transfers, a possible traitor within the household, and a potential terrorist attack looming, expect to lose some sleep while racing to find out if James and Paisley will be able to survive long enough to find their happily ever after.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Emily Flynn

    Paisley and James were always friends and she watched him date all her friends. Paisley has always felt a little out of place, even in her own family. Her dad left when she was a baby and she never knew him. Her mom always valued her career. Paige Edwards writes a fantastic suspense that keeps a reader hooked and guessing. Things are definitely not always what they seem. Add a little romance and you have a perfect book to read. Don't start it at bedtime or a book hangover will definitely happen. Paisley and James were always friends and she watched him date all her friends. Paisley has always felt a little out of place, even in her own family. Her dad left when she was a baby and she never knew him. Her mom always valued her career. Paige Edwards writes a fantastic suspense that keeps a reader hooked and guessing. Things are definitely not always what they seem. Add a little romance and you have a perfect book to read. Don't start it at bedtime or a book hangover will definitely happen. This is part of a bigger series, but can be read as a standalone. Elements of family and faith bring a wholesome quality to a story of intrigue, terrorists, and suspense. Both James and Paisley find themselves inadvertently drawn in to the bigger mystery which causes some tense situations. You won't regret spending a few hours in this world. It was a fascinating escape. I received an early copy from the publisher and this is my honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Angeline

    4.5 stars Wow! This was such a good book, I loved the characters and the suspense. Danger on the Loch is written by Paige Edwards and it was a wonderful book. Danger on the Loch features Paisley Clark who has been raised by her cold distant mother, and when a DNA test brings her into contact with the father she has been longing for she jumps for a chance to see him. When she arrives in Scotland, Paisley learns that things are really not as they see. James finds himself in Scotland per orders from 4.5 stars Wow! This was such a good book, I loved the characters and the suspense. Danger on the Loch is written by Paige Edwards and it was a wonderful book. Danger on the Loch features Paisley Clark who has been raised by her cold distant mother, and when a DNA test brings her into contact with the father she has been longing for she jumps for a chance to see him. When she arrives in Scotland, Paisley learns that things are really not as they see. James finds himself in Scotland per orders from his father regarding his job. He never expected to find Paisley there or find himself in the middle of a mystery that could very well be the end of them both. I really liked Paisley and James. They were just likable characters. Paisley had learned to be independent because of her relationship with her mother, but she was still searching for someone to accept her. She was such a great character, and she didn’t overreact in any of the situations. She was kind and tried her best to mend the relationship with her father. And I just really liked Paisley James was a sweetheart! He was super kind and super energetic. I loved his little quirks and how he cared for Paisley. They were friends first, and I thought that it was the cutest thing. I really enjoyed the romance and the suspense from this book. I was on the edge of my seat, and I couldn’t wait to see what would happen. Paisley was trying to find out how to mend the relationship with her father. James was trying to figure out how to care for Paisley, and how to do his job that brought him to Scotland. I loved reading about Paisley and James’ relationship grow from friends to lovers. Also, the suspense about what was going on with Paisley’s father and his company had me the whole time. I would definitely recommend Danger on the Loch! There is some violence, but it isn’t really violent. And there are aspects of the Christian faith but it doesn't really feel preachy to me. I can't wait to read Edwards' other books! Danger on the Loch is a clean, suspense book. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the publisher through Netgalley. All views expressed are only my honest opinion, a positive review was not required.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Bybee

    Think: Early 00’s chick flick (i.e., What a Girl Wants) meets corporate espionage/terrorist threat meets Scotland. This is what you get when you read Danger on the Loch. Filled with high-action moments, you still get the romance you crave with a classic Cinderella moment. Well done, Paige Edwards!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jerrye Bell

    Danger on the Loch by Paige Edwards Rating: 5 out of 5 stars ______________________________________________________________________________ Story Notes Gifting herself a DNA ancestry kit for her birthday brings Paisley much more than just a history of her family; it brings her the father she doesn't remember, a titled life and a chance at love with a life-long friend. Having heard praise for this book for many weeks, I was very excited to finally get a chance to read it for myself. Anything written Danger on the Loch by Paige Edwards Rating: 5 out of 5 stars ______________________________________________________________________________ Story Notes Gifting herself a DNA ancestry kit for her birthday brings Paisley much more than just a history of her family; it brings her the father she doesn't remember, a titled life and a chance at love with a life-long friend. Having heard praise for this book for many weeks, I was very excited to finally get a chance to read it for myself. Anything written about or in the country of Scotland is fascinating to me and therefore this book was going to be even better given that and the other plot points. Paisley Clark has long wanted to know her father and her history but her mother has never given her any real clues nor encouraged digging deeper. She gifted herself a DNA kit for her birthday and has gotten both a parental match and message from her father, however, she isn't sure whether to meet him yet. But with her mother getting remarried and losing her current home in one fell swoop, Paisley makes the impulsive decision to accept her father's invitation to come to his home in Scotland and get to know each other. Not certain what she will find or whether she will like it, Paisley determines to be brave and forge her own path in spite of her mothers disapproval. Her father, Cameron Douglas, meets her at the airport and begins to fill in the empty blanks from her past. It's hard to decide which is the most shocking revelation, though; the fact that her father is a British Duke, making her a Lady with a capital "L" , or the fact that Kinross (Cameron) has always wanted to be in her life - totally opposite of what her mother has always told her. Paisley is still pondering all this information when she arrives at the family home, Castle Rannoch, and is introduced to the rest of her family. Her father's second wife is a bit cold towards her but as she isn't much kinder to anyone, Paisley determines to win her over. The appearance of her life-long friend, James, is a welcome blessing in the midst of all the strangeness of her new surroundings and Paisley is glad to hear he is now working with her father on his resort project. But there are suspicious happenings going on at Castle Rannoch and no one is talking about them much. What secrets does this place hold and what is Kinross keeping quiet about? Paisley is determined to find out and will take James along with her. Spending time together brings a chance for them to become more than friends but Paisley is wary of James ability to commit given his long string of girlfriends over the years. Can he convince her that she is the one he has been looking for all along but never could see or will she brush him off? You'll have to read the story to find out the answer to this and all the other questions you're sure to have by now. I loved the carefully crafted plot of this story. It had a marvelous build up and natural flow of events with just the right punches of action and danger to keep a delightful amount of tension going strong through the pages. Paisley was equal parts brave and imaginative and I loved her view of the world. She was a bit jaded towards relationships given how her mother raised her but she didn't let it hold her back from reaching out for her father or, later, for James. The mystery presented at the beginning was slowly revealed in snatches from other perspectives and gave the story some good depth and intriguing chill. James was a great counterpart to Paisley, challenging her to move outside her comfort zone and not give up her dreams. He was a bit oblivious when it came to compliments and showing his heart but that just made him that much better of a character. It gave Paisley a chance to draw him out and find her own courage regarding her future. I will certainly be highly recommending this book to others, hoping they will enjoy it as I did. I plan to add a copy of it to my shelves soon so I can read it again. Here's hoping Ms. Edwards has another wonderful book out very soon! I received this temporary complimentary E-book from Covenant Communications via NetGalley in order to provide a fair and honest review. I will receive no fiscal compensation for this review and the opinions expressed herein are entirely my own.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    will be honest, this was my first Paige Edwards novel, but it absolutely will not be my last! I loved the mystery, the suspense, the romance. This one kept me guessing and even when I figured some things out, I was still guessing. I am really looking forward to reading the first and second books in this series (from what I understand, don’t be like me; read them in order)! I liked the dynamic between Paisley and James from the beginning. I’m a fan of the friends-to-more trope and felt that this o will be honest, this was my first Paige Edwards novel, but it absolutely will not be my last! I loved the mystery, the suspense, the romance. This one kept me guessing and even when I figured some things out, I was still guessing. I am really looking forward to reading the first and second books in this series (from what I understand, don’t be like me; read them in order)! I liked the dynamic between Paisley and James from the beginning. I’m a fan of the friends-to-more trope and felt that this one was well done. Paisley’s character was interesting and my heart kind of went out to her because of her family situation. That’s kind of a lot to deal with but I think she still did pretty well, all things considering. I loved how clueless James was and also his slow realizations. But I especially loved when he finally figured out he had feelings for Paisley and he had to wrestle with himself to find a way to make her know he was serious. (And, without trying to give anything away, I will just say that the whole thing with the camera was amazing and I loved him all the more! I may even have teared up a little. So cute!) Paisley’s mom is a piece of work and I just can’t find any reasons to like her. I was glad that Paisley’s dad came around but I did find myself frustrated with his behavior several times. I even got mad when he acted like he could boss Paisley around and tell her what to do. She’s an adult and you literally just joined her life, so um no, you can’t just boss her around like she’s an 11 year old. Also, anytime he got “embarrassed” by her behavior I blame on him. He knows she hasn’t be raised in British nobility! Don’t assume she knows how to act. Munira is a piece of work, too. I actually didn’t really like her. I’m trying to like her for Paisley’s sake, but she doesn’t make it easy. Paisley’s brother is adorable and I loved him right away. Same with Granny. She was a hoot! I busted a gut a couple times with her quips. She’s the best and I want to adopt her as my Granny. Also, the whole house thing at the end was super cute. I really enjoyed this storyline and the twists and turns the book takes. It kept me on the edge of my seat and fully invested throughout the entire thing. As soon as I finished, I started raving about how good it was to anyone who would listen. Because IT WAS SO GOOD! I could read it again right now. Also, I really want to go to Scotland, now! Quotes I loved (could contain potential spoilers; read at your own risk): When she had flown to Scotland, Paisley had worried about acclimating to the difference in culture, accent, wrong-side-of-the-road-driving, and strange bathroom facilities. What she hadn’t counted on was her father’s wealth and title. It was black as pitch and colder than a polar bear’s toenails. “Our height has been tampered with by fairies. There’s a story that the fairies kiss the female bairns in our family to steal them from their parents. But our human blood holds true, and we remain in the land of mortals until they return to take us home to the Fairy Hill.” “Munira lords it over the women as being the best-dressed female at every function. It was be a braw day indeed when she topples off that dais,” Granny said with a wink. “They’re still people, James. They put their pants on the same way as you and me—oh wait. Maybe not. They wear skirts up there, don’t they?” A smart rap sounded on the door. Granny’s eyes brightened, and a little smirk played about her mouth. “Americans are such an impatient breed.” “That’s an unusual cow,” Paisley said. “Buttercup? Aye. She thinks she’s a racehorse. We can’t keep her out of the pasture with Dad’s thoroughbreds. She’s forever breaking down the fences.” “Love doesn’t understand time. It’s like music. It bypasses the reasoning powers of the mind and reaches straight into the soul.” Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  7. 5 out of 5

    Julie Carpenter

    I've spent the previous couple of weeks prepping for this book to be released. When the cover was first revealed I was pulled in by the beauty and uniqueness of it that I just had to read it. All you who read books because of the cover understand. ;-) So as the release date came closer I went back and read the two previous books in this series because I needed to be all caught up. I'd eyed those books as well but with having so many books on my list they were lost in the pile. I'd thought about I've spent the previous couple of weeks prepping for this book to be released. When the cover was first revealed I was pulled in by the beauty and uniqueness of it that I just had to read it. All you who read books because of the cover understand. ;-) So as the release date came closer I went back and read the two previous books in this series because I needed to be all caught up. I'd eyed those books as well but with having so many books on my list they were lost in the pile. I'd thought about them and planned to read them (I even owned copies) but you know...life. Well I told myself it was past time to remedy reading this author's books. So I quickly binged listened to Catherine's Intrigue and Deadly by Design. Let me tell you I was hooked from the beginning of the first book. Now I've listened to the first two and read this one, I need more! Hahaha! I'll be patient though while the author works on the next book for the series. These books fit so well together and I highly recommend that you read them in order. There's so much that you need to know. If you're not able to, well, I think you'd be fine reading this one as a stand alone. It's written to make that a possibility but the history is worth reading all three. James is a Presley-Coombes. His siblings are the main characters in the previous books. I loved finding out more about him and Paisley in this one. I loved how James' family took Paisley under their wings and cared for her. That was fun to watch that friendship of many years be built upon. Of course, between James and Paisley, it builds to more than just friends. There are many possibilities of who the bad guy could be. I honed in on them pretty quickly once all the characters were introduced. Woohoo, my detective brain is working great right now. Hee Hee! But the author did a great job of casting plenty of suspicions and doubts on several characters. Well done Paige Edwards! Watch out for the danger on the Loch and other waters. Paisley, just stay away from the water. Honey, trust me! ;-) There were a couple characters who I really hoped would have some redemption. If you're going to read it, can you figure out who they are? Not only was the suspense and danger and mystery woven together so well in this book, but the romance was very sweet. There's a history with the Presley-Coombes family and them finding love. It's explained in all three books so no worries about not understanding that history if you just read one of the books. James and Paisley were just so cute together. They had a few late night adventures, one was pretty fluffy and cute (can you guess, hmmm, maybe not but you'll laugh and smile big at that scene, at least I did). I was left with a happy sigh after their scenes together. So good!!! There is so much more within the pages of this book, but I'll let you dive in and enjoy it for yourself and form your own opinions. But just know that I do highly recommend this book! Content: Clean. Some moments of peril, some death and attacks but nothing overly graphic. There is nothing more than some kisses in the book. This book is considered Christian Fiction as well as it talks about church and God and religion. Specifically that of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I received a review copy from the publisher, Covenant Communications, via NetGalley. And have purchased my own copy as well. All thoughts and opinions in the review are my own. Happy Reading!!!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Christiana Reads

    I received this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review; all opinions reflected below are my own! “Danger on the Loch” is a book full of surprises! I had never had the chance to read anything by Paige Edwards before and having read this book now, I believe I’m ready to navigate the rest of her works. I was positively impressed by this one. Even from the first opening pages, Edwards does a splendid job at helping you visualise the setting – the landscapes, the descrip I received this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review; all opinions reflected below are my own! “Danger on the Loch” is a book full of surprises! I had never had the chance to read anything by Paige Edwards before and having read this book now, I believe I’m ready to navigate the rest of her works. I was positively impressed by this one. Even from the first opening pages, Edwards does a splendid job at helping you visualise the setting – the landscapes, the descriptions are vivid and they all come to life as you’re going through the pages of this book. Descriptions are a hit or miss for me because there are cases where you want the descriptions to stop, but this wasn’t such a case. Everything felt vibrant and mystical when appropriate and it was great getting to see the different settings unfold in front of our eyes. This, of course, is indicative of Edwards’ beautiful writing, which I think should be complimented. Furthermore, I loved the characters! Paisley and James, in particular, are well-thought out characters and characters with substance. I enjoyed their interactions and their individual backgrounds and stories, which made the reading experience much better. While I was reading this, I realised there are books out on the individual stories of two of James’ siblings and now I am excited to check those out! We got a few hints about how their lives turned out so now I am intrigued regarding their journeys. I think it might be worth labelling these novels as a series, with each book being able to be read as a standalone of course, because then people wouldn’t miss out on the other books! In addition to interesting main character, this book incorporates intriguing secondary characters, through either individual perspectives or through the perspective of the main characters. Either way, I was fascinated by those stories as well. The elements of mystery and suspense are present and they will keep you guessing until you’ve reached the revelation part of the story. My wish is that the ‘revealing of things’ section of the story was a bit more fleshed out. It did feel a bit rushed in my opinion and I would have loved to be on the edge of my seat for a bit longer and take the time to read a methodical revelation and explanation of events. Another aspect I would have liked to see has to do with inner monologue; although we got satisfying inner monologue moments with James, with Paisley sometimes we got reactions and not a lot of inner contemplation during a few heated and intense moments. This could be a personal preference but it could add a lot more depth to her already fascinating character! Overall, I was really happy with this read and I would certainly recommend it to anyone who wishes to read about mystery that meets romance and self-discovery in a haunting setting! Thank you again to NetGalley and Covenant Communications for sending me an ARC of “Danger on the Loch”!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mara

    I read my first Paige Edwards book about a year ago, so when I heard about this one I couldn't wait for the release date. I love the cover, isn't it stunning? And the story inside grabbed me right from the start. Paisley Clark's life has hit a rough patch. Her photography business isn't doing well so she's waiting tables and had to move back in with her mother. Because things aren't going well in her life, when a DNA test leads to an opportunity to go to Scotland to meet the father she doesn't r I read my first Paige Edwards book about a year ago, so when I heard about this one I couldn't wait for the release date. I love the cover, isn't it stunning? And the story inside grabbed me right from the start. Paisley Clark's life has hit a rough patch. Her photography business isn't doing well so she's waiting tables and had to move back in with her mother. Because things aren't going well in her life, when a DNA test leads to an opportunity to go to Scotland to meet the father she doesn't remember, Paisley feels she has nothing to lose. James Pressley-Coombes is sent to Scotland to work on a project for the family business. He is surprised to see his long-time friend Paisley there. These two unexpectedly find themselves in the middle of a dangerous situation and adjusting to changes in their friendship. As I said, this book grabbed me from the prologue and it didn't let go until the end--I read it in a little more than a day. I felt for Paisley. Her mother wasn't very loving and put her career first, but didn't really want Paisley to know about her father. When she arrives in Scotland and finds out who her father is I felt Paisley still didn't have a parental relationship she had longed for all of her life. Romantic suspense is one of my favorite genres and Paige Edwards certainly delivers. The suspense had me reading way past my bedtime wondering how it was going to end. There are several characters that could've been behind it all, and for once I was correct in my guess--that never happens. I thought the changes in Paisley and James' relationship came across as natural and not forced. I liked that although she's cared for James since high school, she didn't just jump from like to love. I did find her father overbearing, especially where James is considered. He acted as if Paisley had just met James when they've been friends for years. James is great! He's sweet, kind and thoughtful. I liked how he was there for Paisley to help her through all the changes that happened once she arrived in Scotland. I really liked James' closeness to his siblings, especially his twin brother, and that he could turn to them for advice. Scotland!! The scenes the author describes just makes me want to go and see it all for myself. The green hills and castles. I just don't want to go in the winter--too cold for this southern girl, and I don't think I'll be eating any Haggis (I'm not that brave or adventurous an eater). If you like romantic suspense or suspense don't pass up a chance to read this book. This is a clean romance and the suspenseful and violent are not graphic. I received a complimentary copy from the publisher Covenant Communications. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Madi G.

    Synopsis: Paisley has known the Presley-Coombes family her entire life, always getting to see the best and worse of the twins, James and Ben, specifically. Though she has a mother and the Presley-Coombes family that has taken care of her for her entire life, she has always wondered where her father went. After taking a DNA test to learn her ancestry, her dream comes true and her father finds her. As she embarks on a journey to find her family and past, she may or may not photograph a situation th Synopsis: Paisley has known the Presley-Coombes family her entire life, always getting to see the best and worse of the twins, James and Ben, specifically. Though she has a mother and the Presley-Coombes family that has taken care of her for her entire life, she has always wondered where her father went. After taking a DNA test to learn her ancestry, her dream comes true and her father finds her. As she embarks on a journey to find her family and past, she may or may not photograph a situation that puts not only her but many more in danger if she doesn’t figure it out in time with the help of her best friend James who happens to be in Scotland on business. Review: Y’all I loved this sequel to the Presley-Coombes family books! This is the third book, and I would strongly encourage you to read the other two prior to reading this book or you may be confused with relationships. I loved how these characters were quite direct in finally addressing their feelings after knowing each other since childhood. I enjoyed the suspense and the addition of terrorist activity in this book. I loved that this whole book had twists and turns throughout. For me, the first part of this book was a little slower than the previous books, but because I was so enthralled in the family it kept me reading. I also enjoyed the aristocracy aspect of this book..... I can’t tell you more cause I don’t want to give anything away. And as always I love the religious aspect that Paige brings into her books, since I can relate to her characters religious affiliations it makes it super relatable:) I would recommend this book to anyone of the LDS faith, that has read the previous books in this series and enjoys lots of good suspense! Clean Rating: PG...... the Presley Coombes boys do not disappoint in the make outs;) Content Warning: Terrorist Activity and Divorce

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mandy

    With a captivating setting and characters you'll easily fall in love with, Danger on the Loch was hands down a fabulous romantic suspense novel! I really enjoyed this book! One of my favorite aspects of this novel is the way in which the author mixes the aristocracy of the UK with contemporary romance and suspense. In many ways, it's a perfect blend of all my favorite genres and is masterfully executed; I didn't want to put this book down until I finished reading it and while the ending left me With a captivating setting and characters you'll easily fall in love with, Danger on the Loch was hands down a fabulous romantic suspense novel! I really enjoyed this book! One of my favorite aspects of this novel is the way in which the author mixes the aristocracy of the UK with contemporary romance and suspense. In many ways, it's a perfect blend of all my favorite genres and is masterfully executed; I didn't want to put this book down until I finished reading it and while the ending left me completely satisfied, I'm equally looking forward to the next book. Paisley has always wondered about her biological father. After a DNA test connects her to the man himself, she ventures to Scotland to meet him only to discover she's the daughter of a Scottish Duke. As if that news wasn't shocking in and of itself, her childhood friend, James, and his company are connected to her father, adding an additional layer for her to puzzle out as she navigates her world. There's something underfoot happening in the Highlands and Paisley inadvertently finds herself caught up in more than just new relationships. The suspense was super good! My attention was held from the first page and I liked that the story wasn't predictable and had twists and turns I didn't see coming. There is also just enough humor with the charming James and his ability to brighten every moment that I had a smile on my face while I also was biting my nails in anticipation. This is a fabulous story of friendship, love, and family with an awesome side of suspense that will keep you turning the pages way past your bedtime. I highly recommend this book! I received an advance reader copy of this novel. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    The romantic suspense novel of Danger on the Loch immediately captured me into a tangled web of murder, secrets, deceit, and criminal activity. With many of the characters hiding behind friendly facades, I found myself suspicious and wary, even the police officials. Paisley Clark is passionate about photography. As she looks for “just the right shot” I found this to be an important and endearing part of Paisley’s character. She doesn’t mean to be so daring, it just happens when she tries to capt The romantic suspense novel of Danger on the Loch immediately captured me into a tangled web of murder, secrets, deceit, and criminal activity. With many of the characters hiding behind friendly facades, I found myself suspicious and wary, even the police officials. Paisley Clark is passionate about photography. As she looks for “just the right shot” I found this to be an important and endearing part of Paisley’s character. She doesn’t mean to be so daring, it just happens when she tries to capture what she sees. Watching her enthusiasm and child-like exuberance is what draws James Pressley-Coombes to Paisley. It was sweet to see him realize that Paisley, his childhood friend, was the woman he loved and grew to cherish and protect. While I liked Paisley and James, I liked the dowager Cameron (Granny) the most. She opened up her heart to Paisley and gave her love, a sense of belonging, and a legacy that would always be treasured. I enjoyed the descriptive writing of the Scottish countryside, drawing me in so I felt I was there looking out on the moor, the dark caves, and the mysterious loch. The Gaelic sayings that were interspersed throughout the book added to the charm of the characters. I appreciated having a glossary of Scottish sayings for things I may not have known and it was easy to refer to it if needed. While this is a stand alone book, there are two more books that involve the Pressley-Coombes family. I look forward to reading the other stories and recommend this book. I received this complimentary E-book from Covenant Communications Publishers via NetGalley in order to provide an honest review. I will receive no fiscal compensation for this review and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Virginia

    “Paisley's DNA test links her to the father she doesn't remember and a heritage and name not her own.” Danger on the Loch is one of the best books I have ever read. Not just this year. Ever. I don’t write that statement often. To say I loved everything about this story feels like an understatement. Excellent writing combined with well-crafted characters for an edge-of-your seat adventure. I like how the relationships developed naturally while the characters pursued their individual goals. The rom “Paisley's DNA test links her to the father she doesn't remember and a heritage and name not her own.” Danger on the Loch is one of the best books I have ever read. Not just this year. Ever. I don’t write that statement often. To say I loved everything about this story feels like an understatement. Excellent writing combined with well-crafted characters for an edge-of-your seat adventure. I like how the relationships developed naturally while the characters pursued their individual goals. The romance was well-balanced with mystery and humor. The Pressley-Coombes family is one anyone would want to be friends with. Readers get to become just that as they get to know the characters better throughout the story. I loved Jamie’s (James’) chivalry, Paisley’s strength, and Granny’s spunk. I also admire Paisley’s conviction to stay true to herself and hold fast to her morals and beliefs when faced with displeasing a father she wants so much to impress. Torquil and Mrs. Grant were two more of my favorite characters. There were a few scenes late in the story that did not flow as well as the rest of the story, but the sweet ending more than made up for it. This was the first I have read by Paige Edwards. Thirty percent into Danger on the Loch I knew I had to read more by this talented author. I purchased the first two Pressley-Coombes books and pre-ordered a physical copy of Danger on the Loch. I highly recommend this author to anyone who enjoys sweet, clean romantic suspense. 5/5 I received a free ARC of this story from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Toni

    Danger on the Loch started out great! There was murder, mystery, theft, intrigue and a brewing romance! Then at 75% in it seemed like the author forgot about all of the strings she had spinning and decided to tie them all together really quickly in a very predictive way. Which was a bummer because I was enjoying getting lost in another world. Pros: We have an everyday normal girl who finds out she’s royalty! We have a friends to lovers romance. We have a mystery to solve! Cons: The author spent time Danger on the Loch started out great! There was murder, mystery, theft, intrigue and a brewing romance! Then at 75% in it seemed like the author forgot about all of the strings she had spinning and decided to tie them all together really quickly in a very predictive way. Which was a bummer because I was enjoying getting lost in another world. Pros: We have an everyday normal girl who finds out she’s royalty! We have a friends to lovers romance. We have a mystery to solve! Cons: The author spent time lining up events in the novel but tied them up way too quickly. It was too predictive. The ending was too fluffy. The romance was a slow build and then magically they started calling each other “baby” and were throwing around the words “I love you” like it was candy. Paisley, the main character, just kind of rolled with everything. There was no diatribe against any of the things that were said or done to her. There wasn’t even any internal monologue about her feelings about her new settings. If it were me or anyone I knew, we’d be throwing hissy fits over parents not telling us the truth for all of our lives. We wouldn’t just get over it and roll with the punches. All in all, this novel had a great pace. It’s a Christian novel so there’s a couple of scenes where they pray. If that’s your jam then this will be your book. If prayer is not your jam then you will still enjoy this book but can skip maybe two pages. I received an ARC from NetGalley for review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Aimee (Getting Your Read On)

    Paige Edwards is an author whose books I have come to anticipate and enjoy because romantic suspense is one of my favorite genres. Oh, and props to the cover art. It's another beautiful one by this publisher. Paisley has quite a few big changes come her way all at once. I thought she was a likeable character with a kind heart and a good head on her shoulders. Her relationship with James was more friendship based as they have known each other most of their lives but it made for a strong, dependabl Paige Edwards is an author whose books I have come to anticipate and enjoy because romantic suspense is one of my favorite genres. Oh, and props to the cover art. It's another beautiful one by this publisher. Paisley has quite a few big changes come her way all at once. I thought she was a likeable character with a kind heart and a good head on her shoulders. Her relationship with James was more friendship based as they have known each other most of their lives but it made for a strong, dependable foundation. The relationship progressed but the plot was responsible for the forward momentum of the story. I liked how little nuggets were given along the way to draw suspicion to different characters but I always had my eye on the true culprit which I'm sure was meant to be. The nuggets and intense moments all came together for one final explosive ending. It was a fun ride. I think one of things that I really loved was the ending. After the big finale, the author brought things back down and wrapped the characters and plot up with a nice bow. It left me with a warm fuzzy feeling. I love happy endings after rough roads. I also loved traveling in Scotland for this book. It's a place I'd love to visit one day and this book made me want to bump it up on my travel list but you will not find me eating Haggis. 😂 Content: kissing, peril, violence. Some mild Christian elements. - I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.

  16. 4 out of 5

    April

    Paisley Clark has hit a difficult patch in life. Paisley tried to start a photography business but is now working at a diner and living with her mother. Her mother is a lawyer who has always been emotionally disengaged from Paisley. Paisley knows very little about her father. Her mother is in a relationship and planning to get married in a month and the insinuation is that Paisley needs to be out of the house. Paisley had done a DNA tested and at this critical point a message comes in from her fa Paisley Clark has hit a difficult patch in life. Paisley tried to start a photography business but is now working at a diner and living with her mother. Her mother is a lawyer who has always been emotionally disengaged from Paisley. Paisley knows very little about her father. Her mother is in a relationship and planning to get married in a month and the insinuation is that Paisley needs to be out of the house. Paisley had done a DNA tested and at this critical point a message comes in from her father who connected to her through DNA. He lives in Scotland and would like Paisley to come visit. This is a boon and Paisley flies to Scotland. There she learns she has an entirely different name and status. While she was growing up, the Pressley-Coombes family watched over and helped Paisley. James Pressley-Coombes has always been her friend. He is in Scotland working with Paisley’s father to build and market a resort. Seeing Paisley in this new environment opens James eyes to his feelings for her. In the middle of this is a plot that develops as the book goes on. It seems terrorists may be acting in Scotland. I was carried along on the wings of this story. I love Paisley and her character development. I love Granny, Paisley’s fairy grandmother. I enjoyed the ending. I was thoroughly thrilled to be given the opportunity to review this book prior to publication.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Hillary

    Synopsis: When a DNA test gives Paisley Clark the opportunity to finally meet her father, she cautiously accepts his invitation to come visit him. After all, her finances are a mess and her long-time friend, James Pressley-Coombes, will also be in Scotland. Yet, Scotland holds more surprises for Paisley than she ever could have imagined. From the revelation that she's in fact a titled lady to her growing feelings for James to the unexpected dangers that lurk in the Highlands, Paisley's world is a Synopsis: When a DNA test gives Paisley Clark the opportunity to finally meet her father, she cautiously accepts his invitation to come visit him. After all, her finances are a mess and her long-time friend, James Pressley-Coombes, will also be in Scotland. Yet, Scotland holds more surprises for Paisley than she ever could have imagined. From the revelation that she's in fact a titled lady to her growing feelings for James to the unexpected dangers that lurk in the Highlands, Paisley's world is about to change forever. Review: Paige Edwards is a master of setting. The gorgeous Highlands come to life in this suspense-filled romance. I wish I could hop on a plane to Scotland today after finishing this wonderful novel! The story does take a bit to get into, there's a lot of setup needed, but it's completely worth it for the combination of tension and romance you get to enjoy as you read. I loved watching Paisley discover the joy and challenge of building a relationship with family. I enjoyed watching James discover his feelings for Paisley. And I absolutely loved Digger, the energetic puppy, and Buttercup, the quirky Highland cow. This book was a wonderful read and makes a great addition to the Pressley-Coombes series. *I received a copy of this book from the publisher. All opinions expressed are my own.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne Alfveby Crea

    Danger on the Loch is the first book I've read by Author Paige Edwards, and I will definitely be reading more of her books. Delightful! I enjoyed every minute of it! Set mostly in Scotland, a place I hope to visit someday, this tale has it all, a heroine looking for the father she doesn't remember, family, friendship, romance, suspense, betrayal, and more. What an engaging journey of discovery filled with humor and danger along the way. "Why hadn't someone warned her that Scot's English resembled Danger on the Loch is the first book I've read by Author Paige Edwards, and I will definitely be reading more of her books. Delightful! I enjoyed every minute of it! Set mostly in Scotland, a place I hope to visit someday, this tale has it all, a heroine looking for the father she doesn't remember, family, friendship, romance, suspense, betrayal, and more. What an engaging journey of discovery filled with humor and danger along the way. "Why hadn't someone warned her that Scot's English resembled something from Middle Earth?" "The woman who snared him would need to challenge, intrigue, and shake that keen intellect of his to keep him on his toes-- a tall order when he had the attention span of a gnat." "He had a habit of sacrificing himself to smooth the bumps for others, often at his own expense." "Love doesn't understand time. It's like music. It bypasses the reasoning powers of the mind and reaches straight into the soul." This is one of those stories that I didn't want to end. Imagine my delight to know that another one is in the works! I highly recommend "Danger on the Loch". My thanks to the author for allowing me to read an early copy. All opinions are my own.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    Paige Edwards writes some of my very favorite romantic suspense books! I love the way her books fit together. They are full of familiar characters that it just makes me happy to see them again. Something that was really cool about this one was Paisley. She’s a young woman who loves to photograph things. Her camera that her dad had sent her when she was young was a huge part of this story. And I loved it. I loved the way she discovered who her dad was and got to go meet him. Isn’t it every girl’s Paige Edwards writes some of my very favorite romantic suspense books! I love the way her books fit together. They are full of familiar characters that it just makes me happy to see them again. Something that was really cool about this one was Paisley. She’s a young woman who loves to photograph things. Her camera that her dad had sent her when she was young was a huge part of this story. And I loved it. I loved the way she discovered who her dad was and got to go meet him. Isn’t it every girl’s dream to find out her dad is from Scotland and that she’s really a titled lady? I loved how this happened for her. So cool! I really loved how James was there for Paisley in Scotland. It was great that he was there for her when she needed someone. And the romance element was fabulous. The plot of this one had plenty of danger and suspense. It kept me enthralled. I did not want to wait to read it. And I’m really glad that I can read so fast, so I finished it in less than 24 hours. I hate waiting to see what happens to a character when they’re in peril. This book is so great, go grab your own copy! I was sent a copy of Danger on the Loch as a gift from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marilee

    This book was such a fantastic blend of mystery, intrigue, and romance! I could not put the book down as I watch Paisley navigate a blossoming romance with an old friend, establish a new relationship with her estranged father, and solve the mystery of who is trying to kill her. Add in the setting of the Scottish Highlands and it is no wonder this book kept me up way past my bedtime. This is a general Christian fiction with light faith-filled themes and references to God and faith scattered throu This book was such a fantastic blend of mystery, intrigue, and romance! I could not put the book down as I watch Paisley navigate a blossoming romance with an old friend, establish a new relationship with her estranged father, and solve the mystery of who is trying to kill her. Add in the setting of the Scottish Highlands and it is no wonder this book kept me up way past my bedtime. This is a general Christian fiction with light faith-filled themes and references to God and faith scattered throughout but nothing overwhelming or preachy. It was simply part of who the main characters are. I loved the other two books in this series and though each ends with a satisfying conclusion, I am always left excited to read the next book! Paige has created a world of fascinating characters thrown into intense and captivating characters and I am a huge fan! If you enjoy suspense, romance, mystery, or heck, if you just enjoy reading a well-written book, you need to pick this one up!! I will definitely be re-reading again as I wait for the next Pressley-Coombes sibling to have their adventure. I received a complimentary copy of the book but a positive review was not required.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shauna Jones

    Suspense, danger and romance what could be better? A wonderful book that weaves the elements of danger, suspense and romance together in a way that makes you not want to put it down. Add in surprising revelations and chances for happiness that seemed impossible to achieve and this book is sure to please. Paisley has been raised by her mother who refused to even speak of her ex-husband, Paisley’s dad. Paisley had been told that her father had abandoned them when she was very young and that her nam Suspense, danger and romance what could be better? A wonderful book that weaves the elements of danger, suspense and romance together in a way that makes you not want to put it down. Add in surprising revelations and chances for happiness that seemed impossible to achieve and this book is sure to please. Paisley has been raised by her mother who refused to even speak of her ex-husband, Paisley’s dad. Paisley had been told that her father had abandoned them when she was very young and that her name had been changed. For her twenty fourth birthday, Paisley completes a DNA test and is notified of a parental connection. After contact is made Paisley heads to Scotland to meet the father she has never known only to be met with mysteries, suspense, family and romance. This is the third book featuring some of the same characters but is definitely able to be read as a standalone. I can highly recommend all three as very good books. I received an early copy and this is my honest review.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Floyd

    Covenant Communications (the publishing arm of the LDS Church) presents a well-written faith-based novel that seems more like a romance novel than a suspense novel. Having said that, it did hold this reader's attention. Though the action begins in Virginia, it quickly moves to Scotland where Paisley finds herself in the midst of a mystery that would threaten her life and the lives of those around her. At the same time, a childhood friend finds his job also moving him to Scotland - together they w Covenant Communications (the publishing arm of the LDS Church) presents a well-written faith-based novel that seems more like a romance novel than a suspense novel. Having said that, it did hold this reader's attention. Though the action begins in Virginia, it quickly moves to Scotland where Paisley finds herself in the midst of a mystery that would threaten her life and the lives of those around her. At the same time, a childhood friend finds his job also moving him to Scotland - together they would need to unravel the “Danger on the Loch”. Together they would also need to discover the meaning of love. Though the reading was a bit slower than I would like (romance might do that for me), the scenery, locations, and people of Scotland provided an interesting backdrop for this charming novel. I give the book four stars. ______________ This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions expressed are mine alone.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    Paisley is an ordinary girl who takes a DNA test and soon finds out she's the daughter of a Scottish Duke. After growing up without her father she is now taking a trip to Scotland to reunite with her father. Once there, Paisley is swept into a terrifying operation run by extremists that are determined to take her father and his family down. Thankfully, Paisley's great friend James Pressley-Coombes is there working in Scotland and is there supporting Paisley. This book was wonderful! There was so Paisley is an ordinary girl who takes a DNA test and soon finds out she's the daughter of a Scottish Duke. After growing up without her father she is now taking a trip to Scotland to reunite with her father. Once there, Paisley is swept into a terrifying operation run by extremists that are determined to take her father and his family down. Thankfully, Paisley's great friend James Pressley-Coombes is there working in Scotland and is there supporting Paisley. This book was wonderful! There was so much action and intrigue taking place. Readers are kept on the edge of their seats just waiting to see what will happen next because you know something will. Danger on the Loch is one of those books that WILL keep you up reading all night long. The plot is twisted and keeps you guessing until the end. There are so many surprises that you will be a little shocked when things unfold. Danger on the Loch is a must-read for those who love Romantic Suspense and a story that will thrill you every step along the way.

  24. 4 out of 5

    The Flipped Page (Susan K)

    Romance, mystery, sweet, Contemporary; Series, but stand alone read Paige's story was so well done. I hadn't read the other novels in this series, and after reading this one, had to read them all! Perfect mystery/suspense read, and loved the setting and the backstory behind Paige's father, the DNA test, and her trip to Scotland to figure out her place in that part of her family, and find if her heart has a home and loved one in her father. Loved the castle and all the intrigue there, the past as Romance, mystery, sweet, Contemporary; Series, but stand alone read Paige's story was so well done. I hadn't read the other novels in this series, and after reading this one, had to read them all! Perfect mystery/suspense read, and loved the setting and the backstory behind Paige's father, the DNA test, and her trip to Scotland to figure out her place in that part of her family, and find if her heart has a home and loved one in her father. Loved the castle and all the intrigue there, the past as it gets exposed and the intrigue. Her relationship with James was so fun to read, and his support during the intrigue and accidents was so well drawn. They were both great characters, and fun to read about another Pressley-Combs finding his one true heart-love. Loved reading the other novels and getting more of the back story (after I read this one). Lovely addition to this series and highly recommend if you like mystery/suspense with a bit of romance mixed in! I received an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review, my opinions are my own.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Faye

    A contemporary romantic suspense set in the glens of Scotland that whisked me away with a rivetingly winding plot filled with intrigue. A book that had me glued to the page, this book has it all with mysterious secrets to unwind, well realized characters, amazing relationship development between various characters, satisfying romance, all against the lush backdrop of a Scottish castle. I admired Paisley for her strong convictions regarding her faith, and I loved how she and James are there for ea A contemporary romantic suspense set in the glens of Scotland that whisked me away with a rivetingly winding plot filled with intrigue. A book that had me glued to the page, this book has it all with mysterious secrets to unwind, well realized characters, amazing relationship development between various characters, satisfying romance, all against the lush backdrop of a Scottish castle. I admired Paisley for her strong convictions regarding her faith, and I loved how she and James are there for each other. There were so many amazing characters, like her grandmother and Paisley's 12 year old half-brother, and I enjoyed seeing Paisley get to know and form relationships with them. I was absolutely blown away. This book that brings out all of the best parts of all of the elements that it brings to the table, with a twisting plot that kept me engaged and highly invested in all of the characters and their relationships, which made for a satisfying read. Highly recommend! I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sophie

    I got the feeling from the way some side characters were mentioned that this book was actually part of a series, so I did a little digging on Goodreads and it turns out that it is part of a loosely related series, with two other stories about characters mentioned in this book, although Goodreads doesn't officially list these books as a series. Weird. Regardless, this story worked fine as a stand-alone. I liked the characters of Paisley and James, and a number of the side characters were fun, too I got the feeling from the way some side characters were mentioned that this book was actually part of a series, so I did a little digging on Goodreads and it turns out that it is part of a loosely related series, with two other stories about characters mentioned in this book, although Goodreads doesn't officially list these books as a series. Weird. Regardless, this story worked fine as a stand-alone. I liked the characters of Paisley and James, and a number of the side characters were fun, too. Despite the fact that I'd figured out who the "bad guy" was fairly early on, I still enjoyed the unfolding of the mystery. And the setting of the Scottish highlands reminded me of how badly I'd someday love to visit this land of some of my forebears! Hopefully, a next book in the series will give us a story of James's twin, Ben. Thank you to NetGalley and Covenant Communications for the eARC!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    "Danger on the Loch" is a romantic suspense novel. The main focus was on Paisley's reunion with her father and growing romantic attraction to James, but there was a suspense element as well. Paisley always liked James since he and his family were there for her as she grew up. However, James didn't realize that he was attracted to her until they were both in Scotland and she needed his support in dealing with her father and his family. The main characters were likable and reacted realistically to "Danger on the Loch" is a romantic suspense novel. The main focus was on Paisley's reunion with her father and growing romantic attraction to James, but there was a suspense element as well. Paisley always liked James since he and his family were there for her as she grew up. However, James didn't realize that he was attracted to her until they were both in Scotland and she needed his support in dealing with her father and his family. The main characters were likable and reacted realistically to events. The suspense came from relationship tensions and the viewpoint of someone being blackmailed into hurting Paisley's family. There was physical danger to Paisley and James after they accidentally witnessed someone--are they terrorists?--testing a deadly poison on animals. There was no sex or bad language. Overall, I'd recommend this enjoyable story. I received an ebook review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Suzie Waltner

    A friends-to-more romantic suspense, Danger on the Loch takes readers to Scotland as Paisley navigates her newfound status as the daughter of an aristocrat. With her longing for a loving and involved parent, Paisley is an easy character to empathize with and James, a friend Paisley has known for years, is an excellent anchor and support for her in a new place with new family and acquaintances. Their romance may seem sudden but the history between the two of them makes it believable. Paige Edwards’ A friends-to-more romantic suspense, Danger on the Loch takes readers to Scotland as Paisley navigates her newfound status as the daughter of an aristocrat. With her longing for a loving and involved parent, Paisley is an easy character to empathize with and James, a friend Paisley has known for years, is an excellent anchor and support for her in a new place with new family and acquaintances. Their romance may seem sudden but the history between the two of them makes it believable. Paige Edwards’ descriptions of Scotland from the castle to the weather to the landscape paint a vivid picture, and the foundation for the tension and suspense is built early on. This was the first book written by Edwards that I’ve read. It’s a good thing it’s the third in a series because that means there’s more out there to enjoy. Disclosure statement: I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book and was not required to write a positive review. All opinions are my own.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Erica Kerr

    I really enjoyed reading the ARC of Danger on the Loch by Paige Edwards! I’ll be backtracking and reading the first two books in the series now as this was the first book I’ve read of hers! This book is like a puzzle and gradually get the pieces to see the big picture. All seems so disconnected at first but gradually get answers along the way. I was so nervous every time Paisley stepped out the door. I’m so glad James was with her because they both needed each other. Paisley is determined, strong I really enjoyed reading the ARC of Danger on the Loch by Paige Edwards! I’ll be backtracking and reading the first two books in the series now as this was the first book I’ve read of hers! This book is like a puzzle and gradually get the pieces to see the big picture. All seems so disconnected at first but gradually get answers along the way. I was so nervous every time Paisley stepped out the door. I’m so glad James was with her because they both needed each other. Paisley is determined, strong willed and stands her ground. AND I love her name! James is protective, aware, and thoughtful. I don’t want to give any spoilers so know it is full of suspense, love, sweetness, mystery, discoveries, danger and restoration. I’m a big fan of old ladies in books and the light they shine! Granny is adorable and she’s such a great guide for Paisley.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cheri

    #DangerOnTheLoch #NetGalley Paisley Clark feels all alone, raised by her single mother, who gives very little affection. Her surrogate family, the Pressley-Coombs, have always been there when she needed them. She is very close to the siblings and is teased by the boys. For her birthday, Paisley decides to purchase a DNA kit, and finally find out who her father is, her mom never talks about him. When she finds out that her father lives in Scotland, and wants her to come visit him, she longs to ha #DangerOnTheLoch #NetGalley Paisley Clark feels all alone, raised by her single mother, who gives very little affection. Her surrogate family, the Pressley-Coombs, have always been there when she needed them. She is very close to the siblings and is teased by the boys. For her birthday, Paisley decides to purchase a DNA kit, and finally find out who her father is, her mom never talks about him. When she finds out that her father lives in Scotland, and wants her to come visit him, she longs to have a parent who sees her. James Pressley-Coombs is headed to Scotland, to be a part of a project, his father and a business associate, are planning. James, leaves behind his twin brother, Ben. When he reaches Scotland he is surprised by an unexpected connection between the business associate, he has never met. A book that was hard to put down, I loved it.

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