Love Where You Roam, #2
She left home to find herself. . .and found love along the way.
Lizzy travels to Scotland to track down her roots, hoping where she comes from will help her figure out where she needs to go. An Aussie girl through and through, tough as nuts and a bit wild, she believes there's nothing so wonderful as a world seen through wine-tinted glasses. . .
. . .until she meets Hottie Hamish, Bridge of Allan's most eligible bachelor.
Hamish is Lizzy's polar opposite in every way. He's serious, driven, and motivated, focused on becoming the youngest associate professor at the Glasgow School of Art. But he's hiding a social phobia behind his gruff exterior that makes it almost impossible to connect with people. . .
. . .until he meets Lost Lizzy, all sunshine and lightness, an Australian beauty with the proverbial heart of gold.
Where they come from may be worlds apart, but atop a Scottish Munro, they begin to realize where they're going is best traveled side by side
CONTENT WARNING: Graphic descriptions of haggis ingredients.
About the Author
She set off backpacking around the world on her own: all over Australia, Europe and Africa. On that trip, one place still drew her back for its Haggis, monros, and men in kilts – Scotland, where she returned to get her Masters of Philosophy (MPHIL) in Publishing Studies from the University of Stirling.
From there it was Ireland where she lived for seven years, and where she also met her Australian husband. They returned to Australia and set up camp and family, having two little Aussie Ochers, both boys a handful! But the pull of one’s roots is strong, and after fifteen years has just recently returned to Michigan with her family.
Cd Brennan has worked as a journalist, technical writer, desktop publisher, tender writer, business writer, editor and mentor, in quality assurance, project management, and business development, but she enjoys most her job as a book writer.
She loves writing, reading, sailing, equestrian riding, and by far, spending time with her boys.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I don’t often read contemporary romances, but in this case I’m glad I did. It was a fun read that was well-written and held my interest. The characters jumped right off the page, kidnapped me and drew me into their world. Lizzy Jensen is a fun-loving, free spirit who has traveled to Scotland to find her roots. Instead, she finds Hamish, the strong, silent type. Silent being the operative word since he has a phobia about social situations. Together these two muddle from one near disaster to another and finally discover that not only do opposites attract, but are also made for each other.