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Publisher Description

In this steamy tale by USA Today bestselling author Meghan Quinn, an American searching for her purpose escapes to a Scottish town but finds more questions than answers when she meets a brooding yet handsome handyman.

Freshly fired from her third job in a row, Bonnie St. James has lost her way. So when she and her best friend stumble upon a “help wanted” post to run a coffee shop in the Scottish Highlands, they apply on a whim. Who knows? Maybe traveling to a new place is just what she needs to figure out her next move. 

When the friends arrive in the tiny idyllic town of Corsekelly, they instantly fall for the gorgeous Highland landscape and friendly townspeople. But Bonnie finds a less-than-warm welcome in Rowan MacGregor, the rugged local handyman. Busy wrestling his own demons, Rowan’s in no mood to deal with the quirky American - even if she is a bonny lass.

As Bonnie and Rowan’s paths inevitably cross, insults - and sparks - fly. Can the pair build on their similarities to help each other find purpose and direction...and maybe romance too? Or will their passionate tempers fling them apart?

Paula Nederhorst, Antony Ferguson
hr min
August 24
Brilliance Audio

Customer Reviews

Terry Louise ,

4 Stars for this cute rom com!

This is a quirky romance that had me laughing at the situations Bonnie would get herself in ... what a klutz! Then there's Rowan ... who wouldn't love a burly Scotsman even if he doesn't wear a kilt and is quite a grump. There are some quirky characters in the town and they just add to the story. Although this is a comedy ... there are some serious situations in this story.

Bonnie and Dakota need a change. So they answer an ad to run a coffee shop in the highlands of Scotland for six months. This will give them the time to take a good look at their lives and see where they want to go. When Bonnie meets Rowan (the son of the coffee shop's owners) she doesn't like him at all ... he's rude and grumpy. Rowan can't believe that his parents didn't tell him about going away for six months and hiring two Americans to look after the coffee shop. And when he meets Bonnie, he wonders if his parent's sanity is intact for hiring her. You know that fine line between love and hate ... well Bonnie and Rowan are about to cross it.

I received an early copy courtesy of Montlake through NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.

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