Lachlan MacTaggart is hot, Scottish, and dangerous — to a woman's heart.
I'm done with love. My ex-wife made sure of that. When my American friend offers to swap houses with me for a month, I can't say no. Chicago sounds like the perfect place for a holiday, until I find out there's a sexy American lass living next door.
Erica Teague is bonnie, clever, and as wounded as I am. But I won't ask her why. All I need is Erica in my bed for four weeks, no strings, just a summer fling. We won't talk about our pasts, our lives, or anything except sex.
That's the plan. But the woman who's too young for me is determined to crawl under my skin and expose everything.
Lachlan in a Kilt is the first book in The Ballachulish Trilogy, a brand-new series based on the first three books in the bestselling Hot Scots series, reborn and retold from the heroes' perspectives. Also in audio narrated by John Hartley.
From the Male Perspective Only
This story is told completely by Lachlan’s point of view, which a rare occurrence for a romance book. But that’s because Erica told the story from her point of view previously in “Dangerous in a Kilt”. So why should you read Lachlan’s point of view? You get to see Lachlan fall HARD for Erica, he has some funny internal conversations with himself/his thoughts, his Scottish brogue is very sexy, he is guarded yet vulnerable, and it’s an amazing story of finding true love.
I received a complimentary copy of this book and am voluntarily giving an honest review