A medieval Scottish blacksmith and a millennial from Detroit walk into a bar…
By the age of six Fiona could sink a bank shot.
By eight she could mix a perfect Manhattan.
By twenty-two she had a business degree and a concrete plan to save her grandfather's failing bar.
Then she was pushed through a time-portal.
Now Fiona is stuck in fourteenth century Scotland with no way home. There's a good chance time-soldiers are after her. And Henry, the guy she's shacked up with, is a grumpy son-of-a-bitch who doesn't get her at all.
He is hot, though.
And most definitely the love of her life.
If the two of them can stop bickering long enough, Fiona just might be able to have it all—the tavern of her dreams and the first man who can actually keep up with her. That is, if they can survive the battles, murder, and mayhem of the Middle Ages and the time-soldiers who have a hand in it all.