Can she stop her past from ruining her future?
Sorcha Mackinnon isn’t your typical tortured artist. She is also a party girl, a vintage shopper, and the heiress to a whisky fortune. But when inspiration suddenly flies out the window, she’s left with an empty whisky glass and a blank canvas…until a childhood friend waltzes back into her life.
She’s known Danny Gordon since birth, but they lost touch as their careers took them in different directions. He offers to show her the parts of Scotland he swears will spark life back into her brushes. And as they tour the sights on the back of his motorcycle, Sorcha realizes that under the tattoos and smart mouth, Danny may inspire more in her than just a new painting.
But as a good time begins to morph into an ever after, Sorcha is reminded of old wounds that just won’t heal. Danny tries to open her heart, but her self-imposed isolation makes things harder than ever. Now she must decide what to do, because what happens in the ruins doesn’t always stay there.
Love it! But a lot of grammatical errors.
I love this book as much as the first in the series. Such an easy, pleasant read. I could reread them over and over again. However this book had grammar mistake after mistake. Not sure why? Anyway, it still deserves 5 starts. Now I want to go to Scotland!!!
I wasn’t a reader until this series.
I was never much of a reader until I discovered this series. I read the first book in three days and this one in under 24 hours. I love the characters and I love how in the process of telling a new storyline you get a continuation of the previous book. I used to read maybe one book a year and now I’ve read two in under a week. Can’t wait to start the next book!