An English heiress has no cause to live in the Highlands. Or does she?
Sheriff Colin Ramsey simply wants to keep the peace in the territory. He doesn't want to have to enforce the Tartan and Dress Act of 1746. Nor does he want to babysit the feisty Highlanders that seek to create chaos and defy the laws—regardless how unjust said laws might be.
He doesn't like complications.
Enter Iona Douglas, who brings complications in spades. This stubborn Englishwoman has inherited Scottish Highland property. She scandalously refuses to follow rules or suggestions. She insists—quite stubbornly—on brushing off advice in this lawless land.
If only there weren't feelings involved.
If only she wasn't irresistible.
Colin's problem is figuring out how to keep the lass alive when she seems hell bent on ending up dead.