Robertson Tait

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A Highlander by birth, Robertson Tait started writing at university until “working life” got in the way. He returned to fiction writing by chance four years ago.

Robertson writes romantic comedy and contemporary stories with handsome, sensitive heroes and gorgeous, confident heroines. His characters have depth, and generally enjoy a satisfying happy ending. His stories, peppered with a strong dose of dry Scottish humour, feature lovingly described exotic locations, reflecting his extensive travels and a lifelong passion for beauty, art, good food and the good life. Since sex is a vital part of romance, bedroom scenes are passionate and intense but never crass.

Robertson generally works on several projects at once until one story puts its nose
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I found a shirt, I found a tie, I had a shave, and my smile is brave.
Here is my new author photograph. I hope you like it!

I'm working on putting together my “Kyle in Hollywood” series as a bundle on Amazon. More info soon.

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Sweet Zs to all my friends in San Francisco.


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Published on September 19, 2018 01:25
Average rating: 4.19 · 16 ratings · 12 reviews · 7 distinct works
Scot Free in Hollywood (Kyl...

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Riding a Strong Wind

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Night of the Webcam

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Forty-Love in Positano

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Riding a Strong Wind by Robertson Tait
“Och, away now, Ruari. You'll be telling us you're not knowing who that woman is next! Man, man, that's an awful affliction.” A grey-bristled, weather-beaten face beamed back at him.

“And isn't it you that's making the drives in her car at the dead of night, too?” A female voice joined in from behind the sweets jars: “Oh my, Ruari ... 'tis a terrible thing the guilt of the carnal pleasures!”

“I haven't had any carnal pleasures ... I simply got a lift home. You're terrible, right enough,” he defended himself.”
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Scot Free in Hollywood by Robertson Tait
“the old and worn buildings held a theatrical magic to their fading façades. They were weathered almost by design; they almost looked like they had been lifted from some stage designer's idyllic dream for an opera setting.

The dusty, powdery ochres, terracottas, pale blues and pine greens lit by that soft morning glow; the comforting sun's ascent to its daily station, high and shining above that glorious, sparkling old city.”
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Wildfire at Midnight by Mary  Stewart
"The second of Mary Stewart's mystery novels, showing an already deft hand and complete mastery of her craft. The story starts harmlessly enough in London but soon Gianetta (the conflicted heroine) travels to the island of Skye where she will meet..." Read more of this review »
Airs Above the Ground by Mary  Stewart
"Having read all of Mary Stewart's opus (except for two of the children's books), I would rank this particular story among my top five favourites. The title refers to the classical dressage movements performed by the famous Lipizzaner stallions at..." Read more of this review »
Happy Hour is 9 to 5 by Alexander Kjerulf
"Alexander Kjerulf makes a compelling case for the subversive notion that being happy at work will make every employee more productive, more creative, more flexible and even healthier. That putting the employees first, and productivity, profits, sh..." Read more of this review »
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Venetian Encounter by Francine Howarth
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I must admit to not being very cognisant of Historical Romance Novels and that genre, but this Venetian Encounter was quite the eye-opener. Heavens ... now I know why they are so popular.

Well, certainly this one should be, because it has so much enjo
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“For the first time in a very long time, Hazel felt the swell of emotion as a man entered her kingdom and asked to be made king.

The flood of sensations was immense, and she swam in a sea of delight, happily drowning in a sensuous reawakening.”
Robertson Tait, Forty-Love in Positano

“the old and worn buildings held a theatrical magic to their fading façades. They were weathered almost by design; they almost looked like they had been lifted from some stage designer's idyllic dream for an opera setting.

The dusty, powdery ochres, terracottas, pale blues and pine greens lit by that soft morning glow; the comforting sun's ascent to its daily station, high and shining above that glorious, sparkling old city.”
Robertson Tait, Scot Free in Hollywood

“Och, away now, Ruari. You'll be telling us you're not knowing who that woman is next! Man, man, that's an awful affliction.” A grey-bristled, weather-beaten face beamed back at him.

“And isn't it you that's making the drives in her car at the dead of night, too?” A female voice joined in from behind the sweets jars: “Oh my, Ruari ... 'tis a terrible thing the guilt of the carnal pleasures!”

“I haven't had any carnal pleasures ... I simply got a lift home. You're terrible, right enough,” he defended himself.”
Robertson Tait, Riding a Strong Wind

“For the first time in a very long time, Hazel felt the swell of emotion as a man entered her kingdom and asked to be made king.

The flood of sensations was immense, and she swam in a sea of delight, happily drowning in a sensuous reawakening.”
Robertson Tait, Forty-Love in Positano

“the old and worn buildings held a theatrical magic to their fading façades. They were weathered almost by design; they almost looked like they had been lifted from some stage designer's idyllic dream for an opera setting.

The dusty, powdery ochres, terracottas, pale blues and pine greens lit by that soft morning glow; the comforting sun's ascent to its daily station, high and shining above that glorious, sparkling old city.”
Robertson Tait, Scot Free in Hollywood

“Och, away now, Ruari. You'll be telling us you're not knowing who that woman is next! Man, man, that's an awful affliction.” A grey-bristled, weather-beaten face beamed back at him.

“And isn't it you that's making the drives in her car at the dead of night, too?” A female voice joined in from behind the sweets jars: “Oh my, Ruari ... 'tis a terrible thing the guilt of the carnal pleasures!”

“I haven't had any carnal pleasures ... I simply got a lift home. You're terrible, right enough,” he defended himself.”
Robertson Tait, Riding a Strong Wind




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