American attorney Julie Leonard has come to Scotland on a working vacation, determined to improve her golf game and earn a leg up in the judgeship sweepstakes. Former competitive golfer Niall Cromarty pulled the short straw for the job of being Julie's golf coach, though he has no patience for people plagued by blind ambition. As if that weren't trouble enough, Niall's neighbor-turned-nemesis, Declan MacPherson, has finally found an old Last Will and Testament that could wreck Niall's plans to expand his golf course.
Julie thought she wanted to wear that black judicial robe, but when Niall and Declan ask her to resolve their land dispute, she realizes she'd really rather wear Niall's ring. Will she steal Niall's dream, or will he fulfill hers?
My Heartthrob's in the Highlands
Florist Megan Leonard travels to Scotland to design the flowers for her sister's wedding, through its crunch time for Megan's business back home, and the loan that will allow her to expand her business has finally been approved. Best man Declan MacPherson is a Scottish farmer who strikes Megan as married to the land his family has been worked for generations, though he can be tempted to frolic with Megan in the greenhouse.
As Megan and Declan fall for each other, they realized one of them will have to give up everything they've worked for if they're to be together. Can true love put down roots in Scotland, or will it wither in the face of practical realities?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a cute, quirky book containing two stories. First is Julie's story. She travels to Scotland to improve her golf game to assist her in becoming a judge. She meets Niall, who is the golf pro. Niall shows Julie how to slow down and realize what is really important in life. They fall in love and plan to marry, which is where story #2 starts. Megan travels to Scotland to arrange the flowers for her sister's wedding. Declan is the bestman and the two spend a lot of time together prior to the wedding. Megan has to decide if owning a second floral shop is more important than love and Declan has to decide if running his family farm is more important than Megan.
Two more lovely novellas staring buff Scotsmen with deep roots and honorable intentions wanting to grow their clan with two lovely Maryland sisters. I love how this author brings the beauty of Scotland and the Scottish people to life. Makes me wish a I still lived within a stones throw of a High Street with a local tea shop, pub, and chipper.