Independent Rogue Bruce enjoys running a Scottish bed-and-breakfast with her Aunt Baillie from America. They specialize in hosting romantic Elizabethan-themed weddings, complete with their resident ghost, Lord Kai. But love is something Rogue is not the least bit interested in. Content with her work, she requires no male accompaniment for happiness.
Then Bruce MacKenzie, a Greek God clad in plaid and denim, suddenly begins bringing more than the usual amount of deliveries from town, while Jonathan Olson, a roguish Rhett Butler type, arrives at the castle to teach a writing seminar to aspiring authors. With two men after the heart she'd thought safely locked away, Rogue is torn. But when things start to take a sinister turn, danger befalls Rogue and those dear to her.
Will true love triumph and save the day?
Sensuality Level: Sensual
About the Author
Kathleen Shaputis lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, Bob, where curling up with an icy Diet Coke writing romantic comedies is her paradise.
Find Kathleen Shaputis at www.shaputis.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/KathleenShaputisAuthorGhostwriter, and on Twitter @NWAuthor.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Loved this story! The story is well-written, intriguing (Was waiting for another curveball, at the end. Well, there WAS one, but pleasantly different than where my thoughts veered.) Only one glitch, .cause I'm a nurse. Easily overlooked.
A fast-paced and wonderful read! I loved the heroine, Rogue, and her hero, Bruce. Like in the author's first book in the series, Her Ghost Wears Kilts, the secondary characters of HLWT are beautifully drawn and filled with life. I was on the edge of my seat as I read the second half of His Lass Wears Tartan. Oh, Bruce, what will happen to you? Awesome suspense with a happy-ever-after ending that wrapped the two novels in a beautiful plaid bow. I would recommend that this book, and its prequel, Her Ghost Wears Kilts, be read back to back. A delightful series.